The Occupy Wall Street protest grows daily, spreading to cities across the United States. "We are the 99 per cent," the protesters say, "that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1 percent."
"Someone needs to get over to Bank of America."
The shout—aimed at a handful of National Lawyers Guild members gathered around a folding table—came from a group of some 200 people bunched together in lower Manhattan's Zuccotti Park, a grassless plaza that is the headquarters of the month-old, anti-corporate demonstration known as Occupy Wall Street.
"I'll go," said Zainab Akbar.