Wall Street protesters: We're in for the long haul

Verena Dobnik, Associated Press
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NEW YORK (AP) -- Protesters who have been camping out in Manhattan's Financial District say their movement has grown and become more organized over the last couple of weeks and they have no intention of stopping.The Occupy Wall Street demonstration started out small, with less than a dozen college students, but has grown to include thousands of people in communities across the country.Now entering its third week in Manhattan, those spending their days and nights at Zuccotti Park say they're going to stay as long as they can.New York City public school teacher Denise Martinez joined the protest Sunday. She says the financial industry isn't doing enough to solve the country's economic problems.