SOUTH BEND - From Occupy Wall Street to Washington D.C., Seattle to St. Louis – protesters have bombarded state capitals and city streets every day this week to get their message out: Stop corporate greed.
Occupy South Bend plans to make its mark on the movement Saturday afternoon in Downtown South Bend. They say anywhere from 50 to 400 people could show up in South Bend to support the cause.
But what is this cause they're fighting for?
Occupy Wall Street supporters say it's about stopping financial greed and corrupt politics – but some say this original message is quickly losing its identity.
"Hey hey, ho ho, corporate greed has got to go,” some protesters chanted in Houston, Texas.
"We want our country back. We want our futures back,” said Ryan Kane, a protestor in Salt Lake City.
The tension keeps rising.
People protesting say corporate and financial greed is ruining the county, and it's negatively influencing the government.