Destroyed Books on Display, Intergenerational Day & Occupying Bloomberg

Today, the People’s Library is displaying books that were destroyed by NYPD and DSNY on 11/15/11 during Bloomberg’s attack on #OccupyWallStreet. The books are currently in front of the iconic New York Public Library branch on 5th Ave and 42nd St.

People's Library Displaying Destroyed Books on NYPL Steps

It is Intergenerational Day at Liberty Plaza. Representatives from the Elder Council will lead a worship service in Liberty Square at 3:30pm. Following the worship service, elders will host a conversation with Occupy Wall Street demonstrators and other interested individuals at 5:30pm at Judson Memorial Church (55 Washington Square South).

And at 2pm today, occupiers begin a 24 hour drum circle at Bloomberg’s home: 17 E 79th St. The mobile People’s Library will be on site! Everyone is welcome – bring something to make noise with. Join the Facebook event here. Updates on all of today’s events here. Next up, occupying Bloomberg’s house in Bermuda for the winter?

Mayor Bloomberg's Vacation Castle in Bermuda

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Filed under #OccupyBloomberg, Michael

3 responses to “Destroyed Books on Display, Intergenerational Day & Occupying Bloomberg

  1. Judy weber

    Why was this not reported on TV. ?
    Shame on Bloomberg for destroying books!

  2. Judy weber

    I was at this important event. I was surprised NOT to see it on TV or in newspapers.
    Shame on Bloomberg for destroying books!

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