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On Sunday, October 11, 2015, a group of Indigenous people from different indigenous groups gathered at the corner of 59th Street and Central Park in Manhattan, New York, to celebrate the 8th Annual Indigenous Day Of Remembrance. Organizers of the event, said on Facebook “We remember the sacrifices the Indigenous peoples suffered in 1492 and beyond under the tyranny of Christopher Columbus and those that followed him to the present day. We will never forget their sacrifices and suffering. We remember through storytelling, music, and ceremony.” Photo by Javier Soriano/
Photo taken on 10/11/2015, in NYC on the 8th Annual Indigenous Day Of Remembrance.
Foto tomada el 11/10/2015, en la Ciudad de Nueva York en el Octavo Día Anual de recordatorio de los Indígenas.
Photo by Javier Soriano/
11/5/2016 Manhattan - NYC Prayer March in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation. Photo by Javier Soriano/
11/5/2016 Manhattan – NYC Prayer March in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.
Photo by Javier Soriano/

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  1. “Welcome to 2012. The Age of Greed is Over”
    That’s a line from the new song, “Occupy”, by the Norris Brothers Band, which was just released on the
    Solar Powered Records label. In the first seven days since its release, the song has been played
    thousands of times in 68 countries world-wide, and has already been adopted by Occupy movements
    around the globe.

    The Norris Brothers Band is donating all profit from the sales of this song to the Occupy movement, and
    is donating the use of the song to all Occupations, world-wide, for whatever their needs may be. Money
    collected from sales will go back to the closest local occupation whenever possible. The song is now
    available on iTunes and Amazon, and will be available on all other major online music outlets, world-
    wide, over the next few days and weeks.

    Here are links to Watch the YouTube video (, Listen to the song
    (, and Download a FREE

    The band also just launched a new website called Rockupy Earth ( ) that is
    encouraging other musicians around the world to do the same.

    Music has always played a significant role in helping to unite people behind a cause, and it’s time for
    music to help change the world again. The Norris Brothers Band is honored to be able to do our small
    part in assisting those on the front lines of Occupations all over the world, who are helping all of us to
    wake up to the truth.

    Please consider this your permission to use “Occupy” for your local movement, and please post the links
    above and pass them along to your members, and to anyone else who may benefit.
    Keep up the good work, and stay in touch.

    Mitch Norris

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