The folks in charge of last night's Occupy Wall Street in San Francisco have planned a similar sympathy protest for tonight. If you recall, hundreds of protesters hit the streets on Thursday--making pitstops at Bank of America, Charles Schwab, Wells Fargo, and Chase--to protest Wall Street banks and general corporate behavior, whatever that may encompass. Tonight they plan to hold a similar protest. Behold.
Friday's protest will meet at an #OccupySF encampment at 101 Market Street at 6 p.m. before moving to attempt to occupy the Federal Reserve building on the Embarcadero.
Meanwhile, in New York City, the Wall Street protests have gained momentum. Noted indie-rock bank Radiohead will show up at an Occupy Wall Street protest in Manhattan today at 4 pm (EST) to join the effort. (In New York City, folks, not San Francisco. Alas.) UPDATE: According to Gothamist, "Radiohead's management tells us that there's no concert for the protesters, but Occupy Wall Street insists it's happening."