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Occupy Wall Street Goes To Chicago

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“It’s been fun to ride with you and I’m proud to march with you all,” Shen Tong a student leader of the 1989 Chinese democracy protests in Tiananmen Square who became a tech millionaire after he was exiled to the U.S., predicted 10,000 out-of-town protesters would find their way to Chicago one way or another., one of the “bus captains” told the occupiers moments before they hit Chicago’s streets.“Let’s rock and roll!”

The arrival of the Occupy Wall Street bus, a protest group that sparked a nationwide movement against “the global one percent” marked the beginning of what is expected to be an influx of protesters for this weekend’s NATO Summit. for Friday’s “Robin Hood Tax” rally from Los Angeles, Oakland, Portland, Boston, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Providence and Washington, D.C. Chicago Sun Times