In Features, Gavin Bade profiles the protesters that make up the Occupy DC movement, and the community that they’ve established:
Inspired by an Adbusters’ poster featuring a ballerina, the Wall Street bull statue, and an open question—“What is our one demand?”—the occupations are a loose protest against economic inequality and corporate greed. Much like its sister demonstrations, Occupy DC has become a commune of tents in the heart of the District. Together, the protesters have created their own society essentially from scratch, providing each other with food, tobacco, warmth, security, and government while they protest “indefinitely.
In Editorials, the Ed Board also takes a look at the Occupy DC movement, saying that the protesters need to adapt their strategy to protect themselves against ideological divides and impending cold weather.
Page 13 offers up a Georgetown version of the classic Charlie Brown Halloween episode, complete with Jack the Bulldog on a flying doghouse.