Activist group Anonymous encourages people to attend the event, now scheduled for September 17th.
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First day of the protest
CNN article "Hundreds of protesters descend to 'Occupy Wall Street'"
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Around 1,000 people attend the first day of the protest. A CNN article reports that "A marching band played as participants held impromptu yoga and tai chi classes in Bowling Green Park." NYPD prohibits the erection of tents on sidewalks (Wikipedia).
Protestors march on NYPD headquarters in response to the what the official OWS website called "heavy-handed tactics" by the police.
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700 arrested on Brooklyn Bridge
700 protestors were arrested as they tired to march across the Brooklyn Bridge. Most of the protestors were charged with disorderly conduct.
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Police crackdown on protestors at Occupy Oakland
Oakland Police officers shut down Occupy Oaklands camp and forcibly remove protestors. USMC veteran Scott Olsen became the face of police brutality when he is shot in the head at point blank range with a rubber shotgun slug. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition, where he recovered.
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NYPD evicts Occupy Wall Street's Zuccotti Park encampment
Around 300 protestors were arrested at Occupy Los Angeles after they defied the eviction notice and remained in their encampment, Reuters reported.
Occupy Wall Street attempts to re-occupy
50 people were arrested on the 3 month anniversary to the Occupy movement when they attempted to scale a fence to a church on what protestors dubbed "re-occupy day".
Occupy protests the National Defense Authorization Act
200 people participated in a flash mob at Grand Central Station to protest President Obama's signing into law the National Defense Authorization Act, which the Occupiers allege allow the US military to detain American Citizens indefinitely, without trial.
National day of protest against corporate personhood
ALEC (the American Legislative Exchange Council, a right wing lobbying group) corporations were targeted for protests on Leap Day.
Occupy Wall Street attempts to retake Zuccotti Park
Hundreds of protestors attempted to retake Zuccotti Park to mark the sixth month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. Police cracked down almost immediatly, arresting 73, as reported by Mother Jones.