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It’s May Day!

I’m leaving work early today to join the May Day Celebration with Occupy (May Day playlist here).

Bloomberg knows about it, and so does the Wall Street Journal, and if you do a search on the New York Times you can even find something there.

I’ll be participating in the Free University today, talking about “Weapons of Math Destruction” from 2-3 in Madison Square Park, and then meeting my kids there after school for a march down to Union Square with the signs we made in Alt Banking on Sunday. Woohoo!

Oh, and the PBS Frontline special on politics, banks, and Occupy that I’m in (Episodes 3 and 4) airs on PBS tonight at 10pm. Please watch it and tell me what you think, or watch it online here tomorrow, because I made a deal with myself that I’d do it as honestly as I could but never watch it myself. There are outtakes here from my interview that I consider unwatchable as well but people seem to like.

Categories: #OWS
  1. May 1, 2012 at 11:21 am

    Have a great May Day, be careful out there!

    I’ll watch for your thoughtful wisdom tonight on Frontline.


  2. Joyce
    May 2, 2012 at 2:01 am

    Cathy, I just watched Frontline and want to tell you that YOU ROCK! I believe in you and hope you WILL STAY THE COURSE! I have not set foot in an Occupy area, even though I believe in your efforts. I have been too busy working myself and raising my family, but I know that you are on the right track. Please stay out there and work like mad for all the people out here who don’t understand what you do. Knowledge is power and you are making it happen for us. THANK YOU. Thank you. Thank you.


  3. Bertie
    May 2, 2012 at 5:09 am

    I watched the video on the website link from your post, you were inspirational!


  4. May 4, 2012 at 10:08 am

    i watched all four episodes online, then your interview and then went to your blog. I think that is a good indication (in my mind) you were the most interesting person. Good job.


  5. Jason Starr
    May 5, 2012 at 8:53 pm

    I watched your interview. It was fantastic.


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