Occupy Wall Street: New Livestream Channel, IPR posts to date

[Editing note from Kimberly Wilder on 10/8/2011 – there is still no live video at the occupy nyc live stream that I had discovered below. I believe that that may be a fake lead planted in the press. In the least, there is controversy over its validity. There is Live Streaming by a group called “Global Revolution” that is on the ground at Occupy Wall Street NY. It is highly moderated]

Email from Kimberly Wilder:

This site – coming tonight at 8pm – was announced in the Guardian UK. I wonder if this is partly in response to the fact that the Global Revolution channel is a separate entity, and so highly moderated.

livestream.com/occupywallstnyc

Peace,
Kimberly

IPR posts to date on the growing Occupy movement:

Peace and Freedom Party: Occupy Wall Street!

Working Families Party Will Help Bolster Protest on Wall Street

IPR’s Ross Levin arrested at Occupy Wall Street protest

Workers World Party: Youths occupy Wall Street

Socialist Party USA: Shut Down Wall St.!

Third Party talk at Occupy Wall Street protest

Rev. Billy occupies Wall Street

8 thoughts on “Occupy Wall Street: New Livestream Channel, IPR posts to date

  1. Barry Silverwater

    Liberate Wall Street!

    End the Occupation!

    All power to the financial industry workers!

    LOL 🙂

  2. Kimberly Wilder

    Hello! As of 10/7/2011 at 8:04am, I don’t think this new Live Stream is broadcasting. It is there, but with no video yet. Will keep folks posted.

    Also, Friday morning 10/7 the occupwallst.org website is down. There is a message that says it is for a hardward upgrade. Which could be good news. Occupy Wall Street is growing fast. They need bigger and better infrastructure.

  3. history ----- on the current system .... Lake

    The motto atop a website for “Occupy Los Angeles,” which kicked off Saturday with a march from Pershing Square to City Hall, reads: “The revolution is happening … It’s just not in the news.”

    Wall Street protests just inconvenience?

    Wall Street protests enter week 3

    Hundreds arrested in Wall St. protest ………..

    There are 34 organizations — from unions to ethnic organizations to activist groups focused on everything from foreclosure prevention to climate change to justice-related issues — listed as being involved in a like-minded activist coalition in Boston.

    This group, which held a festival and march Friday and Saturday and has explicitly targeted Bank of America in recent weeks, states on its website that its aim is to “stop their greed,” “fight for an economy that works for all of us” and “build cities that are democratic, just and sustainable ………..”

    [Lake: and also Sandy Ego, also two gatherings, also two locations, arrests in Lost Angels, none (yet) in San Diego]

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