Thursday, May 3, 2012

Wall street pr occupy

  • NEW YORK -- As May Day protests hit major cities across the United States this week, breathing new life into an Occupy Wall Street movement still in its infancy, some financial institutions reacted rather oddly.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • NEW YORK — Dozens of Occupy Wall Street activists spread out to protest at banks and other New York City businesses today to mark International Workers Day, or May Day.
  • (NJ.com)
  • an artist and activist from Puerto Rico and part of the editorial team of Indig-Nación, to speak about the launching of the media project. Global Voices (GV): How did you get involved with Occupy Wall Street? Sofía Gallisá. Photographed by Cristina Agostini.
  • (Elites TV)
  • Those that have seen footage from the Occupy Wall Street movement have no doubt been shocked From live streamers, to editors, newspaper writers, tweeters, talk show hosts pr people grinding it out. All in Zuccotti. No money.
  • (International Business Times)
  • Even so, the participation of American academics in a conference on the Occupy Wall Street movement organized earlier their institutions to be co-opted by a theocratic regimes PR campaign.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • (Edited by VVV PR for format but not verified as to content.) It was barely a year after the fall of Wall Street, in February 2010 even in the Age of Occupy.
  • (Salon)
  • Any work you do to win the public over gets pissed up against the wall by some ass who gives the impression were just a bunch of degenerate pissheads who sit around all day smoking pot and getting drunk.
  • (huffingtonpost.co.uk)

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