Annie Appel has recorded a vital and rich moment in political and cultural history. Here are the many faces of Occupy. . . . What [Occupy] is can barely be described. It can, however, as Annie Appels photographs vividly demonstrate, be shown.  —From the Introduction by Carne Ross

If you were part of Occupy, you will want to see this book, now presented in full online. If you were not part of Occupy, you will still want to see this book, as it captures, as Ross says, “the true faces of Occupy in all their diversity and peculiarity,” unveiling the essence of Occupy in the faces and words of the Occupiers. Their beauty and love may move you to tears.

The full book is available by clicking on the link below. Note that clicking on a page magnifies it, making reading the brief text possible and also magnifies each photo for full effect.
From Annie:
Keep acting for justice !
In solidarity,
Annie Appel

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By Published On: September 28th, 2014Comments Off on Annie Appel: The Occupy Portraits — finished, free, and online

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