Today is the Occupy Wall Street DAY OF ACTION, marking the two month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

And in the wake of the NYPD’s now-infamous raid on Zuccotti Park earlier this week, MASSIVE protests are planned today in New York City. Check out a LIVE STREAM of today’s events below!

From CBS New York:

“It may have looked peaceful at Zuccotti Park during what was a soggy Wednesday afternoon, but city officials are sounding alarm about Thursday, warning of mass disruptions in all five boroughs.

And it may not be pretty.

‘We are certainly anticipating tens of thousands of people protesting, aimed at significant disruptions of the lives of the people of this city,’ Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson said.”

Below is a LIVE STREAM of the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City. This is going on RIGHT NOW:


And be sure to check out the official Occupy Wall St. Ustream channel HERE.

There have already been clashes with police today. According to CBS, NYPD arrested 50 people for blocking traffic in NY’s financial district.

From CBS News:

“Police in riot helmets hauled several protesters to their feet and handcuffed them at an intersection one block from Wall Street. CBS News station WCBS-TV reports that at least 50 people had been arrested.

‘All day, all week, shut down Wall Street!’ the crowd chanted.”