Check out this fascinating video featuring the voices and perspectives of African American participants in Occupy DC. took their cameras to DC’s McPherson Square and spoke with a few Occupiers of color, who eloquently spoke of sociopolitical, Occupy-related priorities that speak to an African American experience and perspective.

“Occupy DC Protests: Exclusive Video of Black Participants”

According to

“As the Occupy Movement picks up steam from coast to coast, demonstrators in the nation’s capital have garnered attention, setting up a little more than two blocks away from the White House at downtown Washington’s McPherson Square. Here’s what some of the District’s resident Occupiers had to say about the movement when The Root visited McPherson Square on Nov. 7, 2011.”

What do you think of the Occupy  Movement?

Is it sustainable?

Does it speak to the interests of Black people?

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