A mass impromptu demonstration erupts at Columbus Circle in New York City on February 15, 2019. Hundreds of participants gathered for a march, ultimately blocking traffic in front of the Trump International Hotel and resulting in multiple arrests. (Photo by Karla Ann Coté)
Participants in #PeoplesMonday march from Grand Central to Times Square to honor the memory of #AmadouDiallo, an unarmed Bronx resident shot 41 times, 20-years ago by the NYPD.
This marks the four-year anniversary of People’s Monday.
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On Saturday, November 5, over a thousand participants took to the streets of New York City to march in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.
The march began at 10:45am in front of the Museum of the American Indian. Protestors made their way up Broadway, following the Wickquasgeck Trail, until they arrived at Inwood Hill Park. The march ended near the Indian caves, after nearly eight hours of non-violent action in response to the invasion of the Dakota Access Pipeline on Indigenous Sovereign Land.
"Milton [Friedman] is the embodiment of the truth that "ideas have consequences."
- Donald Rumsfeld, U.S. defense secretary, May 2002.
Screen shots from All for One Productions second documentary shoot. These photographs were shot at Nick Popovich's storage warehouse and private aircraft hangar. Both of these facilities are located in Gary, Indiana. The character, Nick Popovich, repossesses airplanes when the owner fails to keep up their payments with their bank or leasing company. For more information on Nick please visit:
All for One Productions was the name of our assigned film crew for the Documentary Workshop course at Ithaca College. If our pitch of this shoot had passed the scrutiny of our manager and teacher, Ben Crane, we would have continued on to create a compilation documentary of recession-proof jobs.