Because “freedom cannot protect itself”!

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I like the photo documents of Patti / Patricia Fogarty shot in New York. She caught wonderful smiling faces in Manhattan: “ONE DAY IN A CITY” – but also riot police: arresting photographers who tried to make some pictures featuring the Occupy Wall Street movement. Every week the police gangs produce a new package of arrested photographers and confiscate their cameras. And every next week there are brand new iPhones again and even old cameras fit for the work as a “under-cover-agent” …
Accra Shepp OWS
FREEDOM OF SPEECH – photo by Patti / Patricia Fogarty
related:
http://nylondaze.com/
http://www.flickr.com/people/pafogarty64/
http://nylondaze.com/2012/05/20/one-day-one-city/
http://nylondaze.com/2012/04/21/an-arresting-day-on-wall-street/
http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/04/23/defenceless/
another photo shot by Patti, coming from London, Hyde Park, Speakers’ Corner to a strange New York, a city with oppression vs. photographers and speakers:

title: “an-arresting-day-on-wall-street” – click on the picture to enter her article at wordpress
comment by Patti:
Dear Frizz, More than happy to give my permission to…

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  1. thanks, George, for reblogging! I know you are interested on the occupy wall street movement too …

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    • My Pleasure frizztext: indeed interested in everything remind us of our human dignity and the sacrifices made by so many, in so diverse ways to preserve it, to keep it from being taken away from most of US.

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