Rabble Park protests the dispersal of Occupy Wall Street
Only sixty days passed from the founding of the first Occupy Wall Street encampment at Zuccotti Park in New York City on September 17th, 2011 and the encampment’s complete dispersal on November 15th of 2011. During those sixty days more than 700 other supporting occupations sprang up at various locations around the world. All asserted their solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, the occupy movement as a whole and the movement’s primary mission: to end economic exploitation of the masses by those come to be known as greedy and corrupt – the 1%.
On November 15th. Occupy Wall Street, Manhatten; Occupy Wall Street, Oakland; Occupy Wall Street, Portland; Occupy Wall Street, Denver and Occupy Wall Street, Zurich were all evicted on that single day.
Over the next several weeks and months the remaining sister occupations were also dispersed, sometimes violently by para-military police forces in the employ of local and/or higher civil and economic authorities .
The grievances set forth in the occupy movement’s founding document,
The Declaration of the Occupation of New York City
have, for the most part, neverbeen addressed.
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