Had the protest begun almost anywhere else in New York City, it almost certainly would have been shut down far sooner.
While I'm sure we have readers across the political spectrum, the spatial component to this movement is undeniably a "teaching moment." Occupy symbolically laden space to strengthen your discursive case? Classic strategy (think Tiananmen Square and Tahrir Square for starters). The actual place occupied is privately owned, and ironically can therefore function as a public place of protest more effectively. What will you discuss?
An incredibly beautiful timelapse HD video. Breathtaking physical landscapes of the "Four Corners" region in the U.S. southwest (mainly Arizona and Utah) with a smattering of cultural landscapes interspersed. For many students, seeing a beautiful landform piques their interest to then understand the geomorphological processes that made them.
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