Occupy Miami protesters march on 2-month anniversary
DOWNTOWN MIAMI, Fla. (WSVN) -- Members of the local Occupy Wall Street movement marched for change on the two-month anniversary of the group's effort.
On Thursday, the Occupy movement in Downtown Miami marched along the Government Center to rally against bank bailouts, foreclosures and government corruption through the country. "They're demonstrating here to show their indignation toward the current economic situation, to wars going on in Afghanistan, and the inability to make social reforms that are well needed in this country," said protester Thomas Parisi.
"I'll be out here until they start to listen, and they're not listening right now," said another protester, Scott Williams. "They could really care less. Right now, they're in the process of shutting down all the other bigger camps across the United States."
Thursday's march remained peaceful. There were no reported incidents of violence between police and Occupy protesters.
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