10 Cities Leading The Occupy Wall Street Movement
What began in New York City as a result of protesters taking inspiration from the Arab Spring movement and Cairo’s Tahrir Square protests, Occupy Wall Street has spread from a protest started in NYC’s Zuccotti Park on Wall Street on September 17th, 2011 to over 100 cities across the nation and global.
Protesters have been camping out and gathering for weeks and in some case months, in demonstrations against banks, financial institutions and corporate greed all across the world in demand of economic and social justice
All in all, Occupy Wall Street has grown into the largest protest in America since the 60’s and 70’s.
Just in case you haven’t been paying attention, here are 10 of the larger cities in America that started and are leading the Occupy movement.