PSFK takes a trip down to Wall Street to chat with the protestors, snap some photos, and try to discover the root of this discontent and the genus of the movement.

Last Friday I visited Zuccotti Park in New York's financial district where the Occupy Wall Street movement is camped out –I was glad they were still there. The night before, Mayor Bloomberg had announced that they were going to clear out the ‘park' to clean it and I had sat there looking at the headline and kicking myself for not visiting a huge cultural moment that had taken place in PSFK‘s backyard. Luckily the campaigners had a stay of execution and were allowed to remain in the place once called Liberty Plaza.

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