Wall St. protesters mark 6 months since BK Bridge march

Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement marked the six-month anniversary since hundreds were arrested during a march across the Brooklyn Bridge. Protesters held another

BROOKLYN - Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement marked the six-month anniversary since hundreds were arrested during a march across the Brooklyn Bridge.

Protesters held another march on Sunday as a reminder that the movement is still alive. A strong police presence was on hand as the large crowd held signs chanting "We Won't Stop."

Activists say they're still fighting for economic equality and are planning a general strike on May 1.

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