Zuccotti Park will always be home to the Occupy Wall Street movement. Sometime the square of land in lower Manhattan, in the shadow of the new One World Trade Center, is filled with people.
Sometimes there are just a few. Sometimes there is chanting about corporations and social justice.
Sometimes it’s just a place for people to eat lunch during the workday.
As organizers plan another march to mark the second anniversary, they’re thinking of what happened last year. There were arrests. NYPD demonstrated it would maintain order on the streets. A new internet documentary by the Shadow Project challenges some of their tactics.
This year marchers will leave from Zuccotti Park at 9 a.m. There’s one thing they guarantee: the message will be loud.