Occupy Wall Street is taking its protest on the road.
Activists say two dozen protesters boarded a bus in Brooklyn on Wednesday for a five-week trip through 16 cities in the Northeast.
The first stop was Providence, R.I., and the bus is expected to reach Boston on Friday.
Other cities on the tour include Buffalo, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
Protester Austin Guest says occupiers "will share skills and knowledge with each other" at each stop along the way.
The protest against income inequality began Sept. 17 in lower Manhattan and spread to other cities in the U.S. and elsewhere.