Most people have heard of the protests against bank corruption and corporate greed in New York City, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Denver, Houston, San Diego, and Orlando, Florida.
Believing that banks have corrupted the proper functioning of government, protesters have taken their concerns about the economic crisis directly to banks and banking officials. On October, 13th, 2011, community members in Brooklyn shut down a foreclosure auction to prevent the loss of housing to more American families in their community.
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