The Occupy protest movement was out in force Tuesday. May 1 is traditionally a day for labor demonstrations. For the most part, the demonstrations were noisy and theatrical but restrained.
Several hundred Occupy Denver protesters marched from Civic Center Park through the city’s Capitol Hill neighborhood this afternoon as part of a national effort of marches and rallies to mark May Day.
Originally published on Tue May 1, 2012 3:52 pm
From Brazil to England, from Morocco to Paraguay, May Day protests are on their way.
Here in the United States we're seeing protests in both coasts from New York to Los Angeles.
Here's how The Wall Street Journal set up the protests in Manhattan:
A collection of activists — from labor unions to immigrant rights groups — are planning protests across the country tomorrow to mark May Day.
Of course, the highest profile organization is Occupy Wall Street, which has called for a "general strike" and says events are planned in 135 U.S. cities.
Here's how the movement describes its plans on its website: