NEW YORK (AP) -- Protesters speaking out against corporate greed and other issues in New York City are dressing as corporate zombies and greeting Wall Street workers as they head into the office.
Patrick Bruner, a spokesman for the group, says Occupy Wall Street demonstrators are being urged to dress in business wear with white faces and blood, and will march while eating monopoly money. He says financial workers should see them "reflecting the metaphor of their actions."
Later Monday, Bruner says an anti-police brutality protest is planned on the steps of City Hall.
Seven-hundred protesters were arrested as they marched on the Brooklyn Bridge over the weekend. They have been camping in a Manhattan park for three weeks. They're speaking out against greed, global climate change and other concerns.