October 03, 2011
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Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff
Early in the morning, Occupy Boston protesters were still asleep in Dewey Square.
The protesters in Dewey Square got ready for the day. They are protesting economic hardships for ordinary Americans.
Occupy Boston protesters marched toward the State House.
Rhea Kroutil (right front) and the group marched through Downtown Crossing on the way to the State House.
Zoe White of Boston, who is unemployed, on the steps of the State House.
At the State House, Emily McArthur of Jamaica Plain continued to protest.
Protesters held a spontaneous demonstration at the windows of Fox News near the State House in Boston.
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Occupy Boston was inspired by Occupy Wall Street, a protest in its third week in New York. Here, a Wall Street protester woke up at Zuccotti Park, which is occupied by hundreds of activists.
Wall Street protesters got breakfast at a communal kitchen filled with donated food at Zuccotti Park in New York City on Oct. 3.
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Protesters from Occupy Wall Street marched through New York's financial district dressed as corporate zombies on Oct. 3.
An Occupy Wall Street protester and her dog slept at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan in New York on Oct. 3.
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The protesters, speaking out against corporate greed and other issues, carried on their occupation of Zuccotti Park, near the New York Stock Exchange, despite mass arests over the weekend.
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Protesters shouted slogans while holding banners after marching to the courthouse where the trial for Michael Jackson's doctor continued on Oct. 3.
Pat Wellenbach/Associated Press
Benjamin Hider, of Portland, Maine, protested with Occupy Maine in Portland on Oct. 3.
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