On Sept. 17, 2011, between 1,000 and 2,000 activists took to the streets of Lower Manhattan's financial district to protest wealth inequality in the United States. Test your knowledge of how the Occupy Wall Street protests work.
Which magazine helped spark the Occupy Wall Street movement?
Occupy Wall Street protesters refer to New York's Zuccotti Park as what?
The Sept. 17, 2011 Occupy Wall Street march in Lower Manhattan was also referred to as what?
Crash the Stock Market Day
U.S. Day of Rage
The Occupy Wall Street slogan, which started as a Tumblr blog title, claims to support the financial interests of what percentage of the American public?
The conservative, anti-Occupy Wall Street slogan claims to represent what percentage of the American public?
Occupy Wall Street in New York has reportedly earned how much in donations?
What was the second major American city that protesters occupied?
Occupy Wall Street protesters effectively shut down what port for a day?
Port of Houston
Port of Oakland
Port of Boston
Occupy Wall Street's "people's assembly" tactics are borrowed from similar anti-government protests in what country?
Occupy Wall Street protesters signal their agreement by waving hands above their heads, in a gesture called:
True or false: Occupy Wall Street claims no leadership.
When Occupy Wall Street got underway in late September 2011, how many people were unemployed in the United States?
What percentage of protesters occupying Zuccotti Park have full-time jobs?
Food costs Occupy Wall Street about how much per day?
Nothing -- all Occupy food is recovered from Dumpsters or donated.
How much has the New York City government spent on Occupy-related law enforcement?
Occupy protesters must take a group-wide vote to approve any expenses totalling more than how much?
Which political group is most vocally opposed to Occupy Wall Street?
True or false: The Occupy Wall Street movement had a higher approval rating than Congress.
Which of the following is a common characteristic among Occupy Wall Street protesters?
As of Oct. 18, 2011, Occupy Wall Street had spread to roughly how many countries around the world?