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Press on the Libraries of the Movement

(2011, December 24). Museums are collecting Occupy Wall Street artifacts. New York Daily News.

(2011, December 25). Occupy Wall Street becomes highly collectable. USA Today.

Bidgood, Jess. (2011, October 21). Occupying Boston and Beyond, With Tent Libraries for All. New York Times.

Boyer, Stephen. (2012, January 23). The People's Library, 3.0: Mobile and in the StreetsThe Occupied Wall Street Journal.

Carlson, Jen. (2011, November 16). Thousands of Items Still Missing From the Occupy Wall Street Library.

Charles, Ron. (2011, November 9). Occupy D.C.'s library: A collection as broad as the movement itself. The Washington Post.

Dean, Michelle. (2011, December 21) The Struggle for the Occupy Wall Street Archives. The Awl.

Del Signore, John. (2011, December 26)Museums archiving Occupy Wall Street: Historical Preservation or "Taxpayer-Funded Hoarding". Gothamist.

Diaz, S. (October 20, 2011) Occupy Wall Street’s Library Keeps Growing. School Library Journal.

Fister, Barbary. (2011, October 27). Why the Occupy Wall Street Movement Has Libraries. Library Journal.

Fonsh, Nicole. (2011, December 16). HackLibSchool on Occupy Wall Street: Part II. Hack Library School blog.

Grant, Melissa Gira. (2011, December 19). Excerpt from "Take This Book: The People's Library at Occupy Wall Street". Rhizome blog.

Hack Library School writers. (2011, November 16).HackLibrarySchool on Occupy Wall Street: How Do Libraries Fit In?. Hack Library School blog.

Jeremy. (2011, October 25). Occupy Libraries!LibraryThing blog.

Hess, Amanda. (2011, December 28). Occupy Your Sidewalk with a Micro-Library. Good blog.

Kelley, Michael. (2011, November 08). Bangor PL Lets 'Occupy' Protestors Camp on Library Property. Library Journal.

Lea, Michael. (2011, November 09). Occupy London's library provides shelf help. The Guardian.

Maddow, Rachel. (2011, November 15). 'Occupy Wall Street' Library Shows Spine. The Rachel Maddow Show.

McLemee, Scott. (2011, November 1). Guerilla Librarians in Our Midst.  Inside Higher Ed.

Morales, Macey. (2011, November 17). ALA alrmed at seizure of Occupy Wall Street library, loss of irreplaceable material. Ameican Library Association.

Nanos, Janelle. (2011, October 25). No Dewey Decimals in Dewey Square. Boston Magazine Blog.

Nyary, Sasha. (2011, December 7). GSLIS at the Occupy Boston Library. GSLIS News Blog.

(2011, November 21). Occupy Libraries Around the World - In Pictures. The Guardian.

Pous, Terri. (October 10, 2011) Occupy Wall Street: Their Own Mini-Government, Complete With Library. Time: News Feed.

Rapp, David. (2011, November 15). Occupy Wall Street Library Removed as NYPD Evicts Protesters. Library Journal.

Samtani, Hiten. (2011, December 26). The Anarchivists: Who Owns the Occupy Wall Street Narative? The Brooklyn Ink.

Scott, William. (2011, November 22). The People's Library of Occupy Wall Street Lives On. The Nation.

Tagholm, Roger. (2011, October 25). Star Books: Occupy London Protest Inspires Improvised Library. Publishing Perspectives.

Tharoor, Ishaan. (2011, October). From Chomsky to the Onion: What's on the Shelves at Occupy Wall Street's Library. Time NewsFeed.

West, Jessamyn. (2011, October 25). The temporary autonomous library at Occupy Boston, an interview with Kristin Parker. librarian.net

Whittemore, Katharine.  (2011, November 22). For Occupy Readers, library fits intents and purposes.  The Boston Globe.

Williamson, Eugenia. (2011, December 14). The short, happy life of Occupy Boston's A-Z Library. The Phoenix

Witt, Emily. (2011, November) Book 'Em! Occupy Wall Street Decries the Fate of Its LibraryNew York Observer

Young, Jeffery R. (2012, April 3) For Archivists, 'Occupy' Movement Presents New Challenges The Chronicle of Higher Education  

Zabriskie, Christian. (2011, October 18). The Occupy Wall Street Library Regrows in Manhattan. American Libraries.

Zabriskie, Christian. (2011, October 18). A Library Occupies the Heart of the Occupy Movement.American Libraries.