What happened to Occupy Wall Street's fundraising haul
Friday, September 14, 2012 - 02:32 Spencer Platt/Getty Images A member of the group 'Occupy Wall Street' hands out flyers on a sidewalk near Wall Street on Sept. 13, 2012 in New York City. Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, September 14, 2012 Stacey Vanek Smith: A year ago Monday, a group of protestors gathered in lower Manhattan, kicking off what would become the global phenomenon of Occupy Wall Street. Occupy raised a surprising pile of money. Mark Garrison takes a look at how much they got and how they spent it. Crowd chants “We are the 99 percent.” Mark Garrison : As those crowds grew, something happened that nobody predicted. Occupy got rich. Donations poured in and the movement suddenly had a distinctly 1 percent level bank balance. Activist Daniele Kohn joined Occupy’s accounting team during the height of Zuccotti Park. Daniele Kohn : It was really inspiring to have the encouragement of the world. Occupy says giving spiked whenever strong police responses got attention and ...
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