Protesters gathered at three train stations in Queens and then rode to City Hall.
Occupy Wall Street protesters gathered at the Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Avenue transit hub, along with two other subway stations in Queens, before taking trains into the city as part of the movement’s “Day of Action” on Nov. 17.
Occupy Wall Street protesters gathered at 3 p.m. outside the Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Avenue subway hub.
Naomi, 1 and a half, at the Occupy Wall Street protest outisde the Jackson Heights/Roosevel Avenue subway hub.
Protesters on the R train platform at the Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Avenue station.
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