Happy holidays from Occupy Wall Street. Day 100. 12-25-2011 (PHOTOS).

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12/25/2011 – Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas from Occupy Wall Street. Today is Day 100 of the occupation!
¡Feliz Navidad desde la Plaza de la Libertad/Ocupa Wall Street! Hoy es el día 100 del nacimiento del Movimiento.

12/25/2011 - Occupy Wall Street/Liberty Plaza in New York City. Today is Day 100 of the occupation.

Gothamist – Occupy Wall Street Gives NYSE A Flaming Middle Finger For Christmas
“While most Americans spent last night enjoying classic holiday movies like Die Hard, Occupy Wall Street was observing Christmas Eve—and the eve of the 100th day of protests—with a candlelight protest outside the New York Stock Exchange. And as you can see in this great photo by Ryan Devereaux, the candles were specially handcrafted to convey demonstrators’ dissatisfaction with the financial system. Feel the burn, banksters!”

Former Philadelphia police chief Ray Lewis and a protester with a sign, "Merry Christmas from Occupy Wall Street".

NYPD officer Kirkland tried to stop me from taking pictures of him while he was yelling at a protester. In the United States of America is legal to take pictures or videotape police officer while they are working.
(En los Estados Unidos de America es legal tomar fotos o filmar a policias mientras estan trabajando. La constitución nos da ese derecho. Puedes hacerlo con tu celular).
NYCLU – Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst, Speech, Privacy and Technology Project – You Have Every Right to Photograph That Cop.
“Taking photographs and video of things that are plainly visible in public spaces is a constitutional right — and that includes the outside of federal buildings, as well as transportation facilities, and police and other government officials carrying out their duties.”
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!

Children came to celebrate Christmas at Liberty Square. Los niños vinieron a celebrar la Navidad en la Plaza de la Libertad.

El Movimiento Ocupa Wall Street celebró la Navidad desde la Plaza de la Libertad, anteriormente llamado, Zuccotti Park. Además celebró 100 dias de su nacimiento.
En la Noche Buena realizaron una protesta con velas fuera del New York Stock Exchange. Las velas eran especiales…Vean la foto aquí.
Aproximadamente 50 personas permanecieron en la Plaza de la Libertad durante la noche. Durante las 24 horas de actividades habrá poesía, servicios religiosos, arte, lectura del discurso, “Beyond Vietnam” de Martin Luther King Jr, entre otras cosas.

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