LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Shouts and chants against top corporations and its leaders.
"Our system must protect our rights," said the protesters.
A rambunctious debate trickling down from New York's Wall Street to Little Rock's Main Street.
"As a disabled veteran, I see the travesty in what it costs to support the one percent on the backs of the ninety-nine percent, said William Cody, a supporter.
Group members want to "Occupy Little Rock" for much of the same reason as those who converge on Wall Street. They say the rich are getting richer on the backs of the middle class and the poor.
Saturday's demonstration shows they've had enough.
"They're finally waking up to the fact that there is corruption in this world and these people enslave us through the monetary system. It's a debt-based system," said a protester, who only identifies on himself as "Anonymous."
"We don't want to rush into doing something that's going to have a fragile foundation," said Adam Lansky.
Strategic planning to make sure corporate and government leaders can see and hear.
"I think if everybody keeps standing up and doing what they're doing we'll see the change we're going for," said Catherine Hicks.