The 99 percent were on the streets of San Francisco today, greeting the shareholders of Wells Fargo Bank and its $19 million a year chairman John Stumpf. Here's the Chronicle report. My friend the Rev. Gloria Del Castillo is quoted:
A lot of "all of us" were represented in actions that took much of the day: organized tenants, clergy, unions, Occupy stalwarts, and the usual lunch time crowd, attracted by spectacle and sun.
Here are a few random photos from a quick walk through the scene.
Bet the police got a lot of overtime for this day. Bet they sometimes felt silly in all that armor, also.
Big aspirations for this movement …
and much marching about.
Customers had to find another ATM machine today.
Police barricades and locked wrists can really gum up a business district.