|Not my photo, but a good introduction|
|This is to illustrate the several different|
law enforcement outfits we have watching us on this
property, which belongs to Minneapolis, Hennepin County,
Metro Transit, and the Government Center building.
|Even the Jesus freaks are part of the 99%|
|Well-attended first day|
|David, our resident flutist and GA expert, serenades|
Osha, our unofficial leader who started the website
occupymn.org and gathered the troops
|Some of our resident anarchists have a problem|
with authority. This is a welcome reminder
that cooperation with law enforcement is why we're
not being kicked out.
|This kid was in the process of a very articulate lesson|
on the Rockafellers and their involvement in our
wars, all based on profit.
|These steps are beautiful.|
|Jesse is a dedicated sign-holder|
|This is why we occupy.|
|Someone donated solar panels and|
car batteries when we were told
the county wouldn't allow us to use the
electricity that we pay for with our
|My favorite! The teach-ins are great.|
|A sign inspired by our overlapping with the|
Zombie Pub Crawl
|A LOT of people on our first day of the occupation|
|InnocentSmith has the best sign.|
|The beginning of the People's Library, started by our|
resident conservative. It's since grown a lot.
|My view of the People's Plaza from a window|
in my office building
|Me chatting with MPR's Rupa Shenoy|
prior to a radio interview. I still can't find
the audio from this interview, but I'm sure happy I
finally achieved my long-time goal
of being on MPR :)
|David, pre-occupying the night/early morning|
before the beginning of the occupation with Osha
|OccupyMN folks go out for a beer, keep hugging|
|We pretended it was also Osha's birthday.|
|The view from the campsite on the South Plaza|
|Our first General Assembly|
|Tell your story for the People's Manifesto|
I tried to blog more thoroughly about this the other day, but it's really difficult right now.
Saturday should be a big day.
In the meantime, check out our livestream, because it's awesome: