99 percent sidewalk chalk art J.P. Kelly’s Springfield IL July 21 2012

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I shot this video a few months back during a Saturday Downtown Springfield Farmers Market. I’m not sure how long the chalk artwork messages had been there. It was awkward trying to record the sidewalk art with the ladies sitting on the bench. I didn’t have time that day to wait for them to leave. This week several stories have been published wondering if the Occupy Movement has fizzled out.

For those who may have forgotten what Occupy is about or are wanting a bit of a history lesson – I’ll provide a wide range of article links below.

Solar phone chargers battery packs flash lights LED light bulbs

Springfield Downtown Farmers Market July 14 2012

Sally’s Fields Guinness Flowers at Springfield Downtown Farmers Market July 14 2012

Two cited outside congressman’s office for writing on sidewalk Springfield IL

Occupy Springfield rally draws more than 300 Springfield IL

Q&A with Ellen Giacomini co-owner of JP Kelly’s Pub Springfield IL

Bloody Mary bars let patrons customize their cocktails

Occupy Springfield IL In Solidarity with Occupy Wall St.

Occupy Springfield survives a scare

Occupy Springfield tries to decide what’s next

Something big is happening: Occupy Together

Local Occupy Wall Street chapter targets lobbyists Springfield IL

‘Occupy Springfield IL’ meets in front of local bank

Occupy movement plans Midwest regional gathering Springfield IL

Occupy Wall Street Celebrates First Year With ‘Carnival’

1 year after encampment began, Occupy in disarray

Is Poverty a Kind of Robbery?

Man shot to death near Occupy Oakland camp

“Occupy” Protester Busted For Stealing Neighbor’s Furniture For Florida Encampment

Occupy Oakland Pre-dawn raid clears Frank Ogawa Plaza

Golden tents for some Occupiers Occupy Wall Street protesters stay at $700-a-night hotel

San Francisco police arrest 100 in Bank of America protest

Occupy L.A. LAPD too violent some protesters allege

That’s why they had THE MEDIA POOL Occupy Los Angeles

Occupy L.A. 30 tons of debris left behind at City Hall tent city

As tents vanish, Occupy protesters regroup for rallies, marches

Tension, Dissension and Construction in Occupied D.C. Video

L.I. Couple Seeks Trademark For “Occupy Wall St.”

Occupy Chicago demonstrators block LaSalle Street bridge, Loop streets

How Occupy Wall Street Cost Me My Job

Tug of war evolves over Occupy London protesters

The 53%: Occupy Wall Street backlash

Thousands show up to Occupy Las Vegas

Occupy Las Vegas Hits Fremont Street

Kiener quiet Saturday after arrest of Occupy St. Louis protesters

14 arrested as unions, Occupy St. Louis protestors unite

Occupy St Louis

Occupy Wall Street The RadioReference.com Forums

Occupy protesters target Peabody shareholder meeting in St. Louis

Mercedes hits 2 Occupy Oakland protesters

Anonymous threatens Fox News Web site over Occupy coverage

Judge tells Tennessee to stop arresting Occupy protesters

How Anonymous emerged to Occupy Wall Street

Occupy Wall Street protesters are driven by varying goals

Six arrested protesting bank foreclosures during Occupy SF

‘Occupy Wall Street’ only growing stronger

Occupy Wall Street: officer faces investigations for pepper-spraying protesters twice

Occupy Wall Street and the limits of spontaneous street protest

Occupy Wall Street: march on Police Plaza – Friday 30 September 2011

How Anonymous emerged to Occupy Wall Street

Occupy protests spread around the world; 70 injured in Rome

Occupy LA: Streets back open after protesters hold early morning demonstration

Farm interrupted: Berkeley’s Occupy the Farm ends in arrests

University strikes back against Occupy the Farm

Judge: Twitter must release arrested Occupy protestor’s data

Twitter appealing request for Occupy protester’s data: ‘it doesn’t strike the right balance’

Twitter appeals ruling in Occupy Wall Street lawsuit

Twitter hands over messages at heart of Occupy case

Twitter’s Loss in Occupy Case Will Make a Lot of Companies Nervous

Twitter hands over Occupy protestor’s tweets (update: asks court to wait for appeal decision)

LAPD Clashes With Occupy LA Members Using Sidewalk Chalk at Art Walk

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