The Occupy Wall Street movement that has been spreading across America is going worldwide this morning.
Protests are planned in solidarity from Europe to Australia in what is being called an "International Day of Action" this weekend.
In Tokyo, protesters are fighting inequality and about 300 Australians chanted the cry that started on Wall Street, "We are the 99%!"
In the Philippines, protesters marched in Manila, where they announced their support for the movement and denounced "U.S.-led wars and aggression," the Associated Press reported.
While the worldwide protests get underway, protesters at the movement's home base in Lower Manhattan said they're not done spreading the message of the so-called "99 percent."