In Zuccotti Park, Supplying the Occupying Army

Posted by: Kenzie Delaine on November 10, 2011 at 6:00 AM

Bloomberg reporter Kenzie Delaine and producer Annmarie Hordern go inside the Zuccotti Park donation center, where 200 to 400 boxes of supplies for the protesters arrive each day. Distributing the donations, from pop tarts to jackets, is a significant logistical operation. Another logistical problem: showers. For that, there is Occupy Wall Street’s Adopt-an-Occupier program.

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