Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street made the world aware of Wall Street’s nearly-obscene inequities. But, unfortunately, that has been about it. How much has really changed because of the 12-month-old movement?
U.S. Park Police warned Occupy protesters Friday they must stop camping at two Washington parks on Monday or risk arrest.
Occupy Wall Street is two months old, and Thursday night, protesters in Baltimore made a strong showing for the 99 percent.
The Occupy Wall Street protesters on a two-week, 240-mile march from New York to Washington have made their way into Maryland.
The Occupy Wall Street movement causes chaos from Baltimore to the West Coast. In downtown Seattle, police used pepper spray to break up a rowdy protest, injuring an 84-year-old woman and a pregnant woman. It’s one of many violent confrontations around the country as protesters take over public parks and busy streets.
Cities across the country make moves to shut down the Occupy movement. Will Baltimore be next?
They plan to walk through Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland and arrive in Washington by Nov. 23– the deadline for a congressional committee to decide whether to keep President Barack Obama’s extension of Bush-era tax cuts.
The Occupy Wall Street movement goes worldwide. Saturday, demonstrators took to the streets in cities across the nation, including right here in Baltimore.
Giving the American Dream back to the people. That’s the goal of Occupy Wall Street– a movement gaining speed nationwide.
Protests against Corporate America spread to America. Tuesday, dozens of people are “Occupying Baltimore.”