After over an hour of chants and songs, thousands of protestors at the King Street entrance to the Capitol cheered on the Rev. Jesse Jackson as he roused the crowd with a speech that touched on a variety of issues, including worker's rights, home foreclosures, bank bailouts and health care.
"We fight to free South Africa, we win. We marched in Cairo, Egypt, we win. We march in Madison, Wisconsin, we win," he said.