Squawkccupy Wall Street! Part One

Sunday afternoon at Zuccotti Park yesterday was like nothing we’d ever seen. It’s hard to describe something so festive, puckishly humorous and totally serious. All kinds of people just talking to each other about the world. As we understand it, the point isn’t to have a program or a list of demands, but to speak up against the insanely destructive values that pass themselves off as normal. We hope these pictures convey some of the spirit of the movement:

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2 Responses to Squawkccupy Wall Street! Part One

  1. Victoria Nelson says:

    The beautifully composed pictures and their frame tell an eloquent story and make me understood this better than I did when I walked by the park myself (along with thousands of European tourists). Thanks, Judge Woot!


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