The protest was organized by a coalition of 19 groups, including 9 to 5 Colorado, the Colorado AFL-CIO, Colorado Fair Share and the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition.
In a press release, organizers say the goal of Tuesday's march was to "call on the wealthiest 1 percent to pay their fair share of taxes and do more to create good jobs with benefits."
They claim their protest "will point to Wells Fargo as an example of what's wrong with our economy, and a road map in miniature of what we need to change."
The march started at the Denver Convention Center at 8 a.m. A rally followed on Sherman Street, which was closed between 17th and 18th streets.
Organizers did a flash mob dance to a "Wells Fargo-inspired parody" at 9 a.m. on Broadway, which was also closed between 17th and 18th.
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