This video was shot on 9/17/12 in the afternoon during a march of an Occupy Wall Street affinity group. The video was also broadcasted live as it happened on http://www.ustream.tv/WeAreChange the archive of this event is still available in its full context on the channel.
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One year ago today, hundreds of people gathered outside of Wall Street in Lower Manhattan, making it the movement we all know as Occupy Wall Street. The demonstrations against big banks quickly swept the US and many Americans of different classes voiced their discontent towards corporate greed and the ever-growing inequality gap. Kristine Frazao goes over the timeline of major events during OWS.
It seems like only yesterday the Occupy Wall Street movement was in full swing.From coast-to-coast, citizens from different backgrounds took to the streets in hopes to inspire real political change in America. The group is responsible forterms such as the "99 percent" and "one percent," but has the political landscape really changed in the US? RT's Anastasia Churkina and Ramon Galindo join us to take a look back at the protests and to see what's in store for OWS.
This is some of the major events that took place during Luke Rudkowski's live broadcast at the Occupy Wall Street #S15 action. Don't forget to sign up for notifications on http://www.ustream.tv/WeAreChange in order to get email alerts to when Luke is going live. You can also follow him on http://www.twitter.com/LukeWeAreChange to get the live video notifications, photos and updates from the actions in NYC. Footage was shot on 9/15/12 from 5pm to 9pm
Since last Tuesday night, the Arab world has been showing the globe their dissatisfaction towards the West. A Libyan attack on the US consulate in Benghazi became the catalyst to what is now being called the Arab Fall protests. Through recent years, the Middle -East has become more frustrated with US foreign policy and has created uprisings bringing new governments to power. Since then, new waves of protests have swept the region, but will anything change? RT Arabic correspondent Reema Abu Hamdieh, joins us with more.