Thirty Days of Occupy Wall Street

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Participants in the "Occupy Wall Street" demonstrate around Wall Street attempting to disrupt pedestrian flow for financial workers to get to work, in New York, September 19, 2011. Hundreds of demonstrators, who descended on Lower Manhattan on Saturday with the aim of staying at least until the open of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, had planned to turn the area into an "American Tahrir Square." AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)
Photo: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

Do you remember a time before Occupy Wall Street? At this point, the tarps and sleeping bags have weathered a month in Zuccotti Park, and there’s no end in sight. The Occupy movement now spans the globe, with more demonstrations popping up every day, but it’s the New York City contingent that’s leading the push. Marches have taken crowds to Times Square, the Upper East Side, and the Brooklyn Bridge, and hundreds of arrests have just mobilized more people. The clashes, cleanup, sleeping arrangements, and the signs, of course, are all represented in this visual look back on these first few weeks. They’re kind of a photogenic bunch, aren’t they?

Thirty Days of Occupy Wall Street