Occupy Wall Street Celebrates Christmas at Zuccotti Park

Occupy Wall Street Celebrates Christmas at Zuccotti Park

In addition to it being Christmas, today marks the 100th day of Occupy Wall Street and the Zuccotti Park faithful are celebrating with a day of prayer and service. Oh, and of course protest. It all jumped of at midnight with a prayer service, and Occupy Faith wants to keep it going with 24 hours of festivities.

A 9 a.m. breakfast will be followed by a reading of Dr. Martin Luther King's “Beyond Vietnam” at noon. There will be a potluck holiday meal donations beginning at 3 p.m., communion at 4 p.m. and poetry, music and storytelling from 5 p.m. through midnight.

Occupy Faith even had letters detailed their plan hand delivered to the NYPD and Brookfield Homes by the ACLU, so there will be no interruptions.

[via Gothamist]

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