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Developments in the Occupy Wall Street movement

Protesters take aim at 'corporate greed'

Last Updated: Nov. 25, 2011

The Occupy Wall Street movement, which dubs itself a "NYC protest for American Revolution", has spurred similiar grassroots demonstrations against corporate bailouts, income inequality and high rates of unemployment. Americans have marched through city streets - from Boston to Santa Cruz to Texas - and camped out in parks and in front of Federal Reserve Banks. Similar protests have been organized in cities across Canada including Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto and Calgary. The movement has also flourished online with groups organizing on social networks around the globe.

The map below charts some of the notable rallies in the U.S. and Canada. Hover over the red markers to read more about the protests in each city.


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