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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012, Zucotti Park, Manhattan NY
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012 Manhattan NY, Protesters were kept to the sidewalk by police during marches.
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012 Manhattan NY, A man is pulled out of a group of protesters and arrested near Zuccotti Park
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012, Former Bishop George Packard was among several protesters arreested early in the day.
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012, Manhattan NY, Cars were surrounded and stood still in the streets as numerous marches flooded streets around the NY Stock Exchange
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012, Manhattan NY, Cars were surrounded and stood still in the streets as numerous marches flooded streets around the NY Stock Exchange
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012, Manhattan NY, Protesters in wheelchairs made effort to stop traffic on Broadway
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012, Manhattan NY, Protesters run along streets as police pursue on foot during a march.
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012, Manhattan NY, A protester is arrested across from Zuccotti Park
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Photograph: Brendon StuartSeptember 17th 2012, Manhattan NY, One of many marches throughout the day makes its way up Broadway.
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Occupy Wall Street Anniversary (SLIDE SHOW)

The 99 percent returned to lower Manhattan to mark the one-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

By Time Out editors
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One year after Occupy Wall Street began its encampment in Zuccotti Park, the movement returned to lower Manhattan to mark the anniversary. The day’s planned actions—dubbed #S17—included an attempt to create human barricades around the New York Stock Exchange, a public assembly and forums on topics such as student debt. By the end of the it, more than 180 protesters were arrested. Our photographer snapped shots of the day's events as they unfolded. You might also like

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