Last year on October 25th, 2011 WAOK Talk Show Host and activist Derrick Boazman, Georgia State Senator Vincent Fort, Activist Joe Beasley and more than 50 Occupy Atlanta members were arrested following a protest of […]
Tomorrow, Friday, March 9th DB and 52 other Occupy Atlanta Protestors will be heading to court to stand trial for the Oct. 25th Arrest in Woodruff Park. Meet Us tomorrow at 8:00 Am Sharp!! Court […]
ATLANTA (AP) – City officials have closed a downtown park for at least two months to repair what they describe as thousands of dollars in damage done by Occupy Atlanta demonstrators. Atlanta Parks Commissioner George […]
The Fulton County Health Department confirmed Wednesday that residents at the homeless shelter where Occupy Atlanta has been occupying have contracted drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Atlanta (WAOK)-Occupy Atlanta kept their promise to re-occupy Woodruff Park on Saturday and Mayor Kasim Reed kept his promise to arrest anyone who remained in the park after the 11 pm closing time. During the […]
In the days leading up to the Nov. 5 reoccupation of Woodruff Park, online reports have surfaced claiming that “Occupy Atlanta” has enlisted the help of the religiously charged and oft-controversial Nation of Islam. Representatives of the movement now deny these claims.
Atlanta (WAOK)-The past three weeks have been a test of wills for Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and members of Occupy Atlanta. Many people have been divided in their opinion of how the mayor has handled […]
As many of you may know, Derrick’s free and out of jail. A total of 52 protestors were arrested and sent to jail and were bailed out today. While Derrick was being processed out of […]
ATLANTA (WAOK/AJC)-One by one, arrested Occupy Atlanta protesters began leaving the Atlanta City Jail Wednesday afternoon. The protesters began walking out of the jail around 2:30 p.m. and were greeted by a cheering group of […]
Fifty-three Occupy Atlanta protestors were taken into custody early Wednesday morning in Woodruff Park, nearly a day after revoking an executive clause that had allowed the protestors to camp overnight, citing safety and financial concerns.