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More Than One Demand

Who are the everyday people at Occupy Wall Street?

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Anonymous

Just one major illness away from poverty
One check out of debt
One month left on the rent
This month's money spent

A week of food
To last for two
No work in sight
And tonight it's cool

Anonymous

Just one major illness away from poverty
One check out of debt
One month left on the rent
This month's money spent

A week of food
To last for two
No work in sight
And tonight it's cool

sistergoose99

Thank you for this outstanding piece of work.
Every one of those signs that the OWS protesters are making need to be
written down, at least, photographed, better--they're beautiful on Wallstreet!
I'm not exaggerating. It would be a terrible waste to let a single sign go unrecorded.
Not only the beauty of American diversity, but also the love, wit, and clarity of a people whose
true character and voices have been hidden behind canned corporate media for so long are
finally showing up [in one place] in OWS.
Those of us who know that the brave Occupiers all over are together making history need
more of these interviews, too. Great idea, interviewing the sign-makers!
Please keep this up!!!--so i won't miss history happening--i'm trying to write a children's social studies curriculum--the real thing, not the official textbook line.
I am stuck in a little podunk place at the ends of the earth, America--as are many of us. We are trying our best, but only have 12 signed up for our local Occupy for this Saturday, the 15th.
Never give up! Never give in!
--Future Realhistory Teacher

sistergoose99

Thank you for this outstanding piece of work.
Every one of those signs that the OWS protesters are making need to be
written down, at least, photographed, better--they're beautiful on Wallstreet!
I'm not exaggerating. It would be a terrible waste to let a single sign go unrecorded.
Not only the beauty of American diversity, but also the love, wit, and clarity of a people whose
true character and voices have been hidden behind canned corporate media for so long are
finally showing up [in one place] in OWS.
Those of us who know that the brave Occupiers all over are together making history need
more of these interviews, too. Great idea, interviewing the sign-makers!
Please keep this up!!!--so i won't miss history happening--i'm trying to write a children's social studies curriculum--the real thing, not the official textbook line.
I am stuck in a little podunk place at the ends of the earth, America--as are many of us. We are trying our best, but only have 12 signed up for our local Occupy for this Saturday, the 15th.
Never give up! Never give in!
--Future Realhistory Teacher

Anonymous

They've met to Occupy on Wallstreet to tell the puppeteer the 99% that we're fed up and we've had enough. Only the puppeteer--not even teh 99%--can make the puppet move.

Anonymous

They've met to Occupy on Wallstreet to tell the puppeteer the 99% that we're fed up and we've had enough. Only the puppeteer--not even teh 99%--can make the puppet move.

Anonymous

[Oops--typing error fixed]:..They've met on Wallstreet to tell the Puppeteer that the 99% are fed up and we've had enough. Only the puppeteer moves the puppet--not the 99%.

Anonymous

[Oops--typing error fixed]:..They've met on Wallstreet to tell the Puppeteer that the 99% are fed up and we've had enough. Only the puppeteer moves the puppet--not the 99%.

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