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Published on Dec 24, 2011
The story of the historic Occupy Wall Street Farmers March.
On December 4, 2011, farmers and activists from across the country joined the Occupy Wall Street Farmers March for "a celebration of community power to regain control over the most basic element to human well-being: food." The Farmers March began at La Plaza Cultural Community Gardens where urban and rural farmers addressed an excited crowd about the growing problems in our industrial food system and the promise offered by solutions based in organic, sustainable and community based food and agricultural production. This was followed by a 3 mile march from the East Village to Zuccotti Park, the birthplace of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
We would like to thank Occupy Wall Street, the OWS food justice working group and all the farmers and citizens, urban and rural that participated in the day's events.
Produced by Food Democracy Now! Directed by Anthony Lappé, INVISIBLE HAND In association with No Umbrella Media DP (NY): Dave Ambrose Additional footage courtesy of Pull-Start Pictures Music by Libby Kirkpatrick with Daron Murphy InvisibleHandMedia.net