Occupy Riverside: the protest around the corner

By Norberto Perez |Staff Writer|

While Occupation movements on the East Coast are about to test their resolve against freezing temperatures and Occupation Oakland supporters have recently tasted tear gas the newly created Occupy Riverside supporters are just getting their shoes broken in. After camping out all night on Main street in tents a group of about 40 marched up Magnolia and 14th to the front of Bank of America. Some carried protest signs; One carried a bullhorn. Lisa, who amplified her message toward the brisk Saturday morning traffic was greeted by passers-by with their car horns.

While the protest group walks in an elongated path from University Ave. to 14th St. regular check-ins from their main camp keeps the group cohesion as well as resolve maintained.



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