Princeton Students Mic-Check JP Morgan Chase [Video]

The mainstream media likes to typecast the Occupy Wall Street participant as unemployed, unintelligent, and in need of a bath. In other words, NOT your typical Princeton undergraduate.

Yet, the amazingly-powerful video below proves that even Princeton students, perhaps future members of the 1% themselves agree with the principles of equality that guide the movement–and they aren’t afraid to take their grievances right to the source.

Watch as members of Occupy Princeton mic-check a JP Morgan-Chase Treasury Services info session on December 7, 2011. This is the first direct action taken up by Occupy Princeton – more to come.

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Image Credit: Flickr – longislandwins

32 comments

Annmari Lundin
Annmari Lundin4 years ago

A strong message and also seeing the majority of students leaving the classroom! There is still hope for mankind.

Judith Howard
Judith Howard4 years ago

Loved it! Let the momentum continue!

Maria M.
Maria M.4 years ago

I've always bank with a credit union and finally convinced some of my closest family members to do the same

Chad A.
Chad Anderson4 years ago

I love this new mic-check protest trend and I think it says a lot about how people react to it.

Lynn C.
Lynn C.4 years ago

Good stuff, this.

Deborah L.
Deborah L.4 years ago

Makes me proud & gives me hope as well!

Bonnie B.
Bonnie B.4 years ago

This is why the "powers that be" are worried, the movement even includes those who are the supposed acolytes of the current system! Early on in the Occupy movement Harvard economics majors walk out on a class in protest of the kind of economics that were being taught. There is also a website for trust fund kids to show their support for OWS. Indeed, Occupy Everywhere!

Carole C.
Carole Chowen4 years ago

Great Job! The youth of the nation give me hope.

Vivianne Mosca-Clark

Good job !!! We are getting more and more people stating they want change for the good of all beings.
Humans are growing up. I just hope we are not to late.

Vivianne Mosca-Clark

Good job !!! We are getting more and more people stating they want change for the good of all beings.
Humans are growing up. I just hope we are not to late.