Goethe Girl on Day 12 Occupy Wall Street September 28 2011 Shankbone 33

Wednesday, September 28, and Wall Street remains barricaded to the public and tourists alike. Occupy Wall Street has effectively shut down the main strip of the financial district. Photos from Zuccotti Park, September 28 2011.

 

David Shankbone

Good Magazine: The (Un)Official Occupy Wall Street Photographer's 15 Favorite Frames

 

The Occupy Wall Street Creative Commons Project

 

Day 1 September 17 Photos - Preoccupation and Occupation Begins

Day 2 September 18 Photos - People settle in; cardboard sign menage begins

Day 3 September 19 Photos - Community forms; protest signs

Day 7 September 23 Photos - First rain, protest signs, life

Day 8 September 24 Photos - Pepper spray day, Zuni Tikka, people

Day 9 September 25 Photos

Day 12 September 28 Photos

Day 14 September 30 Photos

Day 16 October 2 Photos

Day 17 October 3 Photos

Day 20 October 5 Photos

Day 21 October 6 Photos - Naomi Klein

Day 23 October 8 - Faces of OWS

Day 28 October 13 - Tom Morello of RATM

Day 31 - protesting Chihuahua and The Daily Show

Day 36 - Parents and Kids Day and quite a crowd

Day 40 - protesting hotties, Reverend Billy and tents

Day 43 Photos - Snow storm at OWS of the first NYC winter snowfall

Day 47 - Solidarity with Occupy Oakland

Day 50 November 5

Day 52 November 7 - Jonathan Lethem, Lynn Nottage and Jennifer Egan

Day 53 November 8 - David Crosby and Graham Nash play OWS

Day 57 November 12 - Former NJ Gov. Jim McGreevey

Day 60 November 15 - Police evict protesters from Zuccotti

 

Occupy Colorado Springs Colorado on November 20

 

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  • Stan 4y

    Wow. Hot
  • David Shankbone 4y

    Stan Leftwing activists are sexy.
  • Stan 4y

    David Shankbone Didn't Goethe say that too?
  • David Shankbone 4y

    Stan If he didn't say it, I bet he thought it.
  • Stanley Rogouski 4y

    Goethe was exactly 30 when the French Revolution broke out.

    The "left wing" female activists of his day would have been the women who led the "Women's March on Versailles" or the women who participated in the storming of The Tuileries on the Tenth of August, 1792.

    They were usually rough lower class women from the slums of Paris who scared the ever living shit out of upper class, court artists like Herr Goethe. That Charles Dickens put so much energy into demonizing these women in the form of Madame Defarge testifies to just how terrified the privileged classes were of the left wing women of their day.

    Oh yeah, good photo.
  • David Shankbone 4y

    Stanley Rogouski Stanley, sounds like a lot of people would have been afraid of leftwing women back in 1792! Thanks for the compliment.
  • Andrew McFarlane 4y

    Hey there - I blogged your photo to #occupywallstreet on my blog.

    Great photos - thanks for your work on this!
  • David Shankbone 4y

    Andrew McFarlane Thanks Farlane!
  • Stu Friedman 4y

    Does anyone find it ironic that, according to Wikipedia....

    In politics Goethe was conservative. At the time of the French Revolution, he thought the enthusiasm of the students and professors to be a perversion of their energy and remained skeptical of the ability of the masses to govern.[6
  • David Shankbone 4y

    Stu Friedman Interesting observation in the context of the French Revolution. Otherwise no, because it would be like saying conservatives have nothing to learn from John Locke, Voltaire or Thomas Hobbes, all liberals.
  • Stanley Rogouski 4y

    Goethe was a conservative but he still reported objectively on the ass kicking the French revolutionary army administered to the Prussians at Valmy. He was "embedded" with the royalist armies. One can only imagine the "fair and balanced" way one of today's conservatives would have described it.
  • drewwaters 4y

    We'd like to add your photo to the Group
    Occupy Wall Street Photo Project
    www.flickr.com/groups/owsphotoproject/
    Images added to this group are being considered for a book publication.
    Please add to the group if interested for inclusion.
    Thanks,
    DW
    Project Coordinator
  • Monkey_Harris 4y

    Great shot.
  • DoctorLongshore 4y

    I know this chick or at least used to. Tia Foster look her up on facebook.
  • Alexandre Hamada Possi 2y

    But if it's possible to be enslaved and still feel free, how can one be sure of one's freedom?
  • Daniel Wilby 9mo

    I used your picture for a blog post on politics and drug laws/environmental issues: wilby.nu/devalue-politics/
    Thanks!
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