Like many people I was disgusted by the Zuccotti Park raid that took place Tuesday morning. So when I heard about the Brooklyn Bridge march on Thursday night I felt compelled to act. I was impressed by how many people came out to show their support at this critical point in the movement. But what really caught my attention was the overwhelmingly positive reaction we received from the drivers on the Brooklyn Bridge. In a spontaneous gesture of solidarity hundreds of drivers slowed down, honked their horns, waved their fist in the air and cheered us on. I imagine the last thing many of them heard about Occupy Wall Street was the nationwide crackdown that culminated in the Zuccotti Park raid. Many may have assumed that would be the end of the movement. For those, I believe it was especially important and uplifting to see thousands of people from all walks of like marching in defiance of brutality and in support of social change for a better society. And this all took place in view of an amazing guerrila light show on the Verizon building. It was quite a galvanizing moment.
(((video from the bridge)))http://www.youtube.com/embed/-ZL27BXh_AU