Now is economy’s most serious crisis since the Depression of the 30s, not just in our country but across the globe.

The catalyst was “financial intermediation run amok and a destructive redistribution of income and wealth, from labor to capital.”- Joseph Lazzaro, U.S. Editor International Business Times  October 15, 2011

    As a current “nontraditional” Arts Management student in a NY State University, it’s amazing to watch the wave of revolution sweep into the consciousness of the younger generations and watch the hunger hit and see them strive to educate themselves more on these important issues.  They are preparing for their uncertain future and literally fighting for their lives and quality of life for their future generations.

   newyorker:

Portraits from Occupy Wall Street

Carlos Cabrera, paramedic, Brooklyn, New York. “Right now you can see the central government—the congressmen and the President—they are already talking about the movement.”

Last week, Martin Schoeller photographed Occupy Wall Street protesters at Zuccotti Park.

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~ by The Gallery Goddess on October 19, 2011.

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