Wall St. protests grow in power, popularity

The Wall Street protests have grown in power and popularity across the country since taking off in New York three weeks ago.

Protesters fighting what they call corporate greed are gaining more support. This afternoon, Reverend Al Sharpton broadcasted his nationally syndicated radio show from Zuccotti Park.

This past week, similar rallies sprung up in Atlanta and Denver.

BX residents join 'Occupy Wall Street' rally

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