In CNN Money on Lehman Brothers five years later, I pointed out that this week was the second anniversary of Occupy Wall Street and to "stay tuned for more clips...discussing Occupy Wall Street." It's time to follow through.*
First, a retrospective from the producers of "99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film" about how Occupy flamed out, but issues still burning.
Two years after the Occupy Wall Street protests started, documentary filmmakers discuss why their new film on the movement still carries weight.Next, former Occupy Wall Street protester Mark Bray joins CNN Money's Annalyn Kurtz and her other guests Labor Secretary Robert Reich and former Lehman Brothers VP Lawence McDonald to explain Why Occupy Wall Street fizzled out.
Did the anarchists kill the Occupy Wall Street movement with a lack of organization? Our Occupy panelist defends the success of the protests.Stay tuned for more from CNN Money on income inequality and organizing fast-food workers.
*To read last year's retrospective, click on Occupy Wall Street one year later. It has links to all my entries about Occupy Wall Street from my first until I started blogging about Occupy Detroit.
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