Labor Marches With Occupy Wall Street





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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2011

NEW YORK -- October 5, 2011. The corporate press ignored it, the police pepper-sprayed and false arrested it, but it keeps getting bigger.

The Occupy Wall Street protest is growing larger every day.

NYPD spokesman Paul Brown can offer non-sequiturs and Ray Kelly can put every white shirt in the department on the streets but the ranks of the protesters are getting larger and larger. And they will have a voice, a say.

Who are these people?

It isn't just students. It isn't just socialists. It is also: working stiffs, the foreclosed, the uninsured, the unemployed, the homeless, the disenfranchised, the stopped-and-frisked -- all of the people who stopped believing for a time but have since been born again -- as Americans in pursuit of a Dream.


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