Protests in Major Cities Mark One Year Occupy Wall Street Anniversary for Leftist Reform Movement
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One year on, about 150 held in Occupy protests
AFP – Protesters from Occupy Wall Street hit New York City streets again Monday to mark their one-year anniversary, disrupting access to the stock exchange and prompting police to detain about 150 people. In New York’s financial district, roughly 600 demonstrators carrying signs that read “Get money out”.
Occupy Wall Street stages a comeback: What did it accomplish? (+video)
The Christian Science Monitor
On its one year anniversary, Occupy Wall Street spent a day marching around the Wall Street area, railing against the banks, and sometimes (through their civil disobedience) getting members arrested. There was plenty of street theater and no shortage of homemade signs, particularly about income inequality.
Occupy Wall Street Marks One-Year Anniversary: Hot Trends
A look at the day’s most searched trends on the Web, including Occupy Wall Street as protesters from the movement plan events to mark the one-year anniversary of when the encampment began.