Category: Occupy Wall Street

Occupy Christmas

Mickey Friedman December 25, 2011 As 2011 comes to a close, it’s fair to say Occupy has occupied the land. Far from the opening and closing bells of Wall Street, and its powerful bull, here in the southern Berkshires, Occupy…

Some More Moments Of Occupy

Mickey Friedman November 22, 2011 Remember the mythic and mystical friendly neighborhood policeman. He is alive and well in the form of Retired Police Captain Ray Lewis of the Philadelphia Police Department. Captain Lewis was recently arrested as part of…

The Power of Silence – Occupy UC Davis

By Mickey Friedman November 20, 2011 Red Crow’s Bill Shein has written and spoken often of the power of nonviolent protest. The students at University of California, Davis have offered a new and inspirational example. Take a moment to review…

A Million Faces

By Mickey Friedman November 7, 2011 This Sunday morning, after an hour of serious shoveling, I was able to get my car to Fuel for my Sunday latte. My deepest sympathies to our Great Barrington pear trees which fell overnight,…

Bill Shein & Occupy Berkshires

Bill Shein, Red Crow writer, reporter, racounteur and small-scale duck farmer, hits the airwaves to explain to WGBY’s Carrie Saldo what Occupy Berkshires is all about: Occupy Movement comes to Western Massachusetts from WGBY on Vimeo.

Occupy Wall Street! All Day! All Week!

By Matthew Vernon Whalan October 11, 2011 Zuccotti Park smells like B.O. and fresh bagels and the drum circle in the middle launches up into the city and ricochets off of the surrounding buildings. And they sing and they chant,…