SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Dozens of people lined the sidewalks of Bay St. on Sunday for the Occupy Savannah movement.
The group held signs and chanted against labor laws, corporate greed and the lack of job creation in the south.
"I see a lot of folks that are unhappy with the way things are and they're struggling, trying to make ends meet," said protester Jeana Brown. "We need the jobs bill passed. There's just a lot of things happening with the economy. It's not our fault, but we're the ones carrying the load."
The Savannah protest was just one of many going on across the country. The demonstrations started almost a month ago on Wall St. in New York City.