G20 "Put People First" March
An estimated 35,000 to 40,000 people marched in just the first of many planned G20 events.
The "Put People First" march attracted over 150 groups with varying agendas.
The largest of these groups were the Stop The War Coalition,
with banners that read "Jobs Not Bombs," Friends of the Earth,
and the Trades Union Congress,
which is calling for Britain's manufacturing base to share in that country's banking bailout.
British law enforcement was mostly concerned with a small group of people waving anarchist flags.
Anarchists have promised violence before the G20 meeting Thursday.