The Washington Times - November 9, 2011, 11:45AM

Occupy Wall Street demonstrators on Wednesday began a two-week march from New York City to Washington where they will join fellow Occupy D.C. protesters.

According to the website, the 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., 20-mile-per-day pace will bring the marchers to the District by Nov. 23, the day the extension expires on on Bush-era tax-cuts.


The march will leave Liberty Square in Manhattan, ferry across the Hudson River and then make its way through New Jersey before stopping at the Occupy Philadelphia and Occupy Baltimore camps.

The last stop on the march is McPherson Square in Northwest Washington, where Occupy D.C. demonstrators have been encamped since early October.