We were downtown yesterday and people seem genuinely interested in this, hence the pics. Actual eob-style content to return soon.
The rally/march staging area:
I spoke with the woman on the far right. She was genuinely energized and articulate, saying that she had a great deal of faith in the movement. She excused herself to join the group when they started singing. "We shall overcome."
The sign on her back.
The area was clean. Not sure who provided the port-o-pots.
The camp area was contained across the street from where they were rallying:
One twentysomething told me he recently left his job at McDonald's because he didn't want to work for slave wages. He'd been at the rally for five days and was going home to shower and get a decent night's sleep.