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While the elite safely bargained behind ten foot high fences, the people took to the streets. The marchers were a relatively small crew of around , but extremely diverse, with people from a dozen countries and numerous social movements joining the mostly black and Latino South Florida residents. They were also enhanced by an anarchist rhythm section and puppetista brigade who helped out with distributing food and water. Along the march, churches and local business opened their doors for the protesters, despite the fear that police had tried to instill in the communities along the route. Once it entered Miami, many community residents, and passers-by gave very loud, vocal support to the march and the many anti-FTAA banners and posters that were displayed.