OCCUPIED WALL STREET JOURNAL
The Occupied Wall Street Journal came out of Zuccotti/Liberty Square in the Fall of 2011. I was one of the editors. It was a free paper for free people that filled a place that the mainstream media couldn’t fill. We printed the OWSJ five times locally each with a distribution of 100,000 and once nationally – in San Francisco, Houston and Chicago. All editions were translated into Spanish, French, Greek and Arabic. Contributors included well-known writers such as Rebecca Solnit, Barbara Kingsolver, Cornel West, Chris Hedges and Matt Taibbi.