Blogger Profile: Stanley Rogouski
Stanley Rogouski is a 1986 graduate of Rutgers University where he studied under Steve Eric Bronner. He became politically active in the late 1980s as a volunteer for the Committee in Solidarity With the People of El Salvador. For two months, during the occupation of Zucotti Park, he served as an embedded photojournalist, and a totally non-objective supporter of Occupy Wall Street.
January 19th, 2012
January 17: Twelve Hours Of Occupy Congress
While it may be an exaggeration to say that Washington, D.C. is the city where protest movements go to die, it is no exaggeration to say that the Capitol Mall is where they go to cloak themselves in invisibility. During the Bush years, antiwar rallies of upwards of 100,000 people ...
December 17th, 2011
How Mike Bloomberg Snatched My Eyeballs For The Department Of Homeland Security
My arrest, or, more accurately, my assault was personal. I was taking photographs of the police arresting Occupy Wall Street demonstrators at the December 12 Winter Garden flash mob, which had been organized in solidarity with the port shutdowns on the west coast, when I found myself targeted. "That one," ...
December 1st, 2011
The Untouchables of Zuccotti Park
In an October 9 article for the website Truthdig.com, Chris Hedges, the former New York Times bureau chief turned dissident journalist, gives us a vivid description of Ketchup, one of the early leaders of Occupy Wall Street: Ketchup, a petite 22-year-old from Chicago with wavy red hair and glasses with ...