An activist associated with the Occupy Wall Street movement has the words "Greed Kill" stamped on his forehead during a gathering of the movement in Washington Square park, Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012 in New York. The Occupy Wall Street movement will mark it's first anniversary on Monday. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
NEW YORK (AP) — About 300 people observing the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street marched to a small concrete park in New York's Lower Manhattan that served as headquarters for the protest movement and was its birthplace.
Police patrolled the crowd Saturday and took at least a dozen people into custody near Trinity Church that borders Zuccotti Park. Police confirmed they made arrests, mostly for disorderly conduct, but they did not have a total number.
Protesters marched from Washington Square Park and headed south down Broadway to Zuccotti Park, chanting as they went. The group later thinned out.
The march came on the first of three days of planned events. The official anniversary date is Monday. Occupy Wall Street's protest against economic disparity eventually spread to other parts of the country and world.