Yes it acknowledges Wall St. is on "occupied Algonquin land"--but one problem: Manhattan is Lenape land. So we've got the stereotypical Plains imagery to represent a movement that is taking place on the East Coast. Everyone already forgets that there are Nations and Indigenous Peoples in the East, and this just continues to marginalize and erase their ongoing presence in their homelands.
I'd say I have mixed feelings about this poster. Could be better, could be worse.
Also, I don't think "Occupied Since 1625" is clear and compelling. People may figure out that that's when Wall Street was founded, or they may scratch their heads. And what about the previous 133 years? For Natives, the message they want to get out is "Occupied since 1492," not 1625.
True, the Indian woman isn't stereotypical, but I don't find her calm face or the cool teal color effective. There might be a poster where her image would be the best choice, but this isn't it.
The "Decolonize the 99%" message is the same, but the "Oakland Is Occupied Ohlone Territory" line helps. It seems clear to me what this poster is advocating.
I'd say this poster is the best one. My second choice would be the first poster, even with the stereotypes. Adrienne obviously disagrees, and that's okay. <g>
Designing the ideal poster
An ideal Native poster for nationwide use might have the following elements:
Otherwise we don't know if these are two separate and unrelated goals or two closely interrelated goals. The latter, presumably, but the poster doesn't make that clear. Maybe something like, "Stop destroying our land and start defending it."
There you go...your amateur art critique for the day. For more the Occupy movement, see Occupiers Aren't Decolonizers and Occupy Denver Joins Columbus Protest.