Aside from the gatherings in Bryant Park, Union Square and Madison Square Park, there were many individual actions and pickets throughout May Day. Here the Strand bookstore is being picketed for unfair labor practices.
Help Athena carry her beautifully made banners on the May 1 general strike. “No Work, No School, No Shopping! contact email@example.com or find her in Bryant Park on Tuesday at the start of the march. maydaynyc.org
Retired police captain Ray Lewis describes what led him to civil disobedience and arrest in support of Occupy Wall Street, and what he will be doing on the May 1, general strike. No Work, No School, No Shopping! maydaynyc.org
Arron Griffin from In Our Hearts explains an anarchists view on OWS. Union Square, Easter Sunday.
I received an email from Aaron on December 4, 2012. He wishes to make this statement: “In regards to people who participate in black blocs, I feel that the statement ‘property destruction is not violence’ was an oversimplification, and doesn’t accurately describe my position on it. Things can easily be distorted from that, and I am personally dedicated to nonviolent, constructive means. I simply regret my choice of words.”
Ben Shepard, biking advocate from Times-Up talks about his experiences in the Occupy movement over the past few months, at Occupy Town Square in Tompkins Square Park this past Sunday.