Occupy Wall Street Inspires Poetic Video Ode From Siblings

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – New York author Eleanor Lerman and her videologist brother Philip Lerman were so inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement that they combined their talents to produce a short film honoring the demonstrators.

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“If nothing else, since it was filmed at Zuccotti Park, it’s, in a way, a memorial to the movement that was born there,” said Eleanor.

It’s a movement she believes has made, and will continue to make, a difference.

“I think the impact has already had an effect on the Presidential campaign and it’s not going to go away,” she told WCBS 880 reporter Mike Xirinachs.

She calls Occupy Wall Street necessary.

“Respect me. Let me have a place to live. Let me take care of my family. These are basic rights and basic needs that everyone has and it’s what we promised people when we created this country,” she said.

Do you think Occupy Wall Street has actually had an impact on anything but the quality of life in Lower Manhattan? Sound off in the comments section below!

  • DanTe

    Some day I’ll be part of the 1% group.

  • Richee Gordon

    Yes they accomplished a lot.
    Police made plenty of over time.
    Delayed woking people trying to go to work.
    Losers with a capitol L.

  • Vik

    Yaaaaawwn … wake me when these self-righteous, self-serving, greedy brats are gone.

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