You know what #occupywallstreet is a good training ground for? Entrepreneurship with a penchant for social good. It is also a peek into the world of money and how it operates. It is always important to understand the workings of “the other side” in order to gain a better understanding of “the big picture”.
More Money, More Problems: How Occupy Wall Street Is Really Funded (10.14.11): Herein lies the sticky wicket: how to keep track of and distribute the wealth. Sound familiar?
Yesterday (10.16.11) I made my way down to Zuccotti Park. However, my photo journey didn’t begin there. It began with Zuccotti Park-related graffiti that made its way over to 33rd Street and Second Avenue (northeast corner). It ended with a slew of flag-related shots at 28th Street between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue. And a long trail in between.
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Buoyed by Wall St. Protests, Rallies Sweep the Globe (10.16.11, The New York Times): #OccupyWallStreet has truly gone “physically viral”.