Occupy Wall Street protesters converge on a property partially owned by Trinity Episcopal Church in New York after they were ousted from their former encampment in Manhattan's Zuccotti Park.
Students from the University of California
Students from the University of California at Berkeley join in the "Occupy" protest near the campus.
The Rev. Jim Friedrich
The Rev. Jim Friedrich is a priest in the Diocese of Olympia, working as liturgical creative, filmmaker ("The Story of Anglicanism"), teacher, musician and writer.
Day of Action
Thousands of Occupy Wall Street protesters and supporters, including an interfaith contingent, converged on lower Manhattan Nov. 17 for a Day of Action, marking the two-month anniversary of the birth of the worldwide nonviolent protest movement against economic inequality. The Day of Action began just after 7 a.m. when protesters marched from Zuccotti Park here along Pine Street toward the New York Stock Exchange at the corner of Wall and Broad Streets in Manhattan's financial district.
The Rev. Maria Isabel Santiviago
The Rev. Maria Isabel Santiviago, an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of New York and vicar of St. Ann's Church for the Deaf, joined Nov. 17 with members of Occupy Faith NYC, an interfaith coalition formed in the wake of the Occupy Wall Street movement, at Foley Square, just north of New York City Hall and the Brooklyn Bridge, in advance of a planned march across the iconic bridge. Her sign translates from Spanish to, "Save the Nurseries." The march across the bridge was scheduled as part of Occupy Wall Street's Day of Action, commemorating the economic inequality movement's second month anniversary.
Talking Oct. 20 in Zuccotti Park
The Rev. John Merz, priest-in-charge of The Church of the Ascension in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, left, the Rev. Michael Sniffen, priest-in-charge of The Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, center, and the Rev. Michael Ellick, of Judson Memorial Church, a Baptist church in Manhattan, talking Oct. 20 in Zuccotti Park.
The Rev. Elizabeth Kaeton speaks with a protestor
The Rev. Elizabeth Kaeton speaks with a protestor at the Occupy Wall Street demonstration in New York on Oct. 18. She later wrote about the encounter on her blog.
Toronto protesters pitch tents outside Cathedral Church of St. James as part of worldwide response to economic disparity.