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A Day in the life of Occupy Wall Street: a (r)evolution in democracy will screen in the WORLD-WIDE OCCUPY block of films on Saturday May 19th from 6-8pm
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Birth place of OWS 6 months ago, and growing stronger!
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A Day in the Life of Occupy Wall Street screening on Saturday night May19th at The Peopel's Film Festival


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tibetan monks: tibetan monks
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An important film at this critical time in Tibet, can you help support with a donation of any size?
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Join the Global community supporting Tibetans inside Tibet-- Occupy the Streets for Tibet on March 10!

A day to remember the anniversary of the 1959 uprising in Tibet, the recent self immolation by 24 monks and nuns who have given their lives crying out for freedom and the return of their spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and all Tibetans suffering under CCP oppression and brutality.
Tell China, ENOUGH!

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Screening with 4 other OWS shorts at 8:00-9pm WHEN Tonight, Saturday May19 WHERE The Peoples Film Festival at the Maysles Cinema in Harlem,NY
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Under new rules, Tibetan monasteries must now be run by Chinese government officials, a step that worries human rights groups who say it will worsen tensions in an already inflamed region.
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Ann Noonan writes on NRO: In December 2011, the Broadcasting Board of Governors issued a proclamation in observance of Voice of America’s 70th anniversary of Mandarin and Cantonese Services, boasting:...
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Why Tsampa? Wonderful film-- help spread the word!
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Films reflecting the values,energy&intelligence of concerned citizens united in the OCCUPY Movement.
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http://www.youtube.com/user/OWSvideoproject

This film is an intimate portrayal of daily life and the many creative activities in Liberty Square; as well as, citizen activists of all ages and backgrounds voicing different concerns and grievances, but standing united in their determination to change our dysfunctional political, economic, and social system.
Filmed mid-Oct.2011.

Personally inspired by the vitality, creativity, dedication, and vision of OWS, i felt a sense of connection, belonging and renewed hope. As i roamed through the park, i phone in hand, i felt compelled to film everything i witnessed. I returned to the park 3 more times that week, before flying back home to California.

This 12 min educational documentary, intends to answer questions as well as to raise them; helping to further the conversation.

A Day in the Life of OCCUPY Wall Street: a (r)evolution in democracy & consciousness (rt12min), 
Is the first in what will be a series of short films documenting the OCCUPY Movement.

Director/Camera: Barbara Green for (not-for-profit) Occupy Wall Street Video Project
Editor: Catherine Hollander

With Appreciation for all the Concerned Citizen and Activists who appear in this film and help tell this OCCUPY story.
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