Pittsburgh looking to steel limelight with G-20 summit

Still, protesters could outnumber police by 10 to one if everyone who plans to demonstrate in the city shows up.

That list includes John Parker, of South Central Los Angeles, who rented an SUV last week, loaded it with four friends and drove across the country to Pittsburgh. He arrived Saturday and pitched his tent with a group called Bail Out the People, which plans several marches to demand jobs.

"We have to do it for our own survival," Parker said.

"It's like we have no choice. It's either be depressed and demoralized or fight back." full article here