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Anti-Wall Street protesters are hitting the streets of San Francisco Saturday, this time with a march and rally in support of rights for immigrants.
More than 300 people began marching late Saturday afternoon along Market Street.
Some traffic disruptions were reported, but otherwise the march was peaceful with members of Occupy SF being escorted by dozens of San Francisco police officers on foot, motorcycles and vans.
Katt Hoban, a spokeswoman for Occupy SF, said the march would take protesters to the heavily Hispanic-populated Mission District, where a rally and speeches are scheduled.