SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Protestors are back out at Emmet Park for day three of the Occupy Savannah movement. They have been in the park since Sunday, taking breaks only when it gets too dark out for people to see their message. They are united and think everyone else needs to take a stand.
"This is about social security, this is about health care, and it's about all sorts of things. It's not about left versus right, it's just about people getting together trying to figure out solutions and identify the problems with the world," said Phoenix Godwin, Occupy Savannah.
The protestors will continue in Savannah until Oct. 15. A global movement is expected to begin on the same date.