Cardboard Signs Proclaim the Demands of the Wall Street Occupation

A section of Liberty Square in NYC is devoted to sign painting. The signs are sometimes used for marches or stay as a display of the many themes of the protests. Stock brokers, construction workers, MTA employees and many tourists stop by to read the texts. INcluded in the tape is a short excerpt from the Assemblies, held twice a day in the square to plan the day's events, to exchange ideas and to organize the living situation at the site.