With a growing list of participating cities, the Occupy Wall Street protests continue to grow in size and media attention.And celebrities are stepping out to join the movement.
Most of them are lending support.
(While others are probably feeling sorry they hadn’t — sorry, Erin Burnett.)
Welcomed by demonstrators, celebrities are joining in protest, delivering speeches, and performing.
Rapper Talib Kweli captivated an Occupy Wall Street crowd on October 6, performing a new piece and free-styling.
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