Inspiring Women of Occupy Wall Street





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Uploaded on Oct 29, 2011

Produced by Steven Greenstreet: http://www.stevengreenstreet.com

I was blown away by this video. It's beautiful, and probably the most inspiring thing I've seen to date on the Occupy movement

A mother of one of the women in the film says: "As a mother of one of the "Hot Chicks" in this video I have to say I am very thankful that this is respectful. These young women of whom I am so proud, are voicing the movement as this is their future. What is striking to me is the title and then the resulting seriousness and complexity of the protesters. Anyone watching does not doubt for a minute that these people are intelligent, thoughtful and powerful. I am hopeful this movement will spawn a few good candidates, and some standards to hold those who represent us to account. Thank you Steve, my daughter looks beautiful here and strong as she most certainly is."

Steven Greenstreet who shot the video and runs the Tumblr blog "Hot Chicks of Occupy Wall Street" was asked what he thought people found particularly appealing about it. he answered:

"Well, obviously, if my Tumblr site was called "The Beauty and the Intelligence of the Feminine Presence at Occupy Wall Street", no one would be visiting the page. And those who did visit the page, would be those I would refer to as "the choir". Those already sold on the message of OWS. I wanted EVERYONE to see our title and click it. From liberal progressives to apathetic frat boys.

"Hot Chicks" is almost a challenge to the potential viewer. It makes them say "I'll be the judge of that" and then they click and watch. And, at least the video, is actually a wonderfully uplifting and inspiring piece. So, I've reached beyond the target demographic and made them watch something they would have never watched before. Mission accomplished."

See it on its original blog, here: http://hotchicksofoccupywallstreet.tu...


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