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Published on Sep 18, 2012
One year ago on September 17, a few activists began a peaceful protest just outside Wall Street in New York's financial district. That action sparked a sweeping movement of public space "Occupations," in which citizens could air their grievances against corporate greed, protected interests and much more. Encampments sprang up across the world, from Oakland City Hall to St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Police cleared out the tents months ago, but the networks of activists, young and old, remain intact, as evidenced by this weekend's packed schedule of Occupy actions. Watch this video to see what activists, union workers and students in debt are planning for the second year of Occupy.