San Francisco protesters take to Market Street in populist movement against major banking powers who are nickel-and-diming the same people who bailed them out in 2008.
In addition to the City By the Bay's main downtown financial area, other protests happened in branches of the Bank of America/JP Morgan Chase/Wells Fargo.
There were estimated to be hundreds of protesters in the city yesterday. This appears to be in solidarity with the two-week long "occupation" of Wall Street and for ending rampant foreclosures in California.
Although the San Francisco Chronicle, the areas' main paper, retains a strange silence on the coverage of this major news event, the Examiner managed to cover the story.