NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- At least 20 people were arrested during a climate change protest outside Bank of America on Tuesday.
Police said 11 women and nine men were charged with civil disobedience and most are expected to be processed and released.
Critics say that the bank is the third largest financier of fossil fuels.
On Monday more than 100 people were arrested on Wall Street during a climate change demonstration and protest.
A total of 114 protesters were arrested and taken into custody in Lower Manhattan. Those arrested were charged with civil disobedience.
Despite the arrests, the group is promising more activism this week during the U.N. General Assembly.
"This is our last resort," said Alicé Nascimento of New York Communities for Change. "We're bringing the crisis to their doorstep and this is what it looks like."
The aim of the protesters is to demand an end to fossil fuel financing.
On Sunday, yelling that the future and their lives depend on ending fossil fuels, tens of thousands of protesters took to the Upper East Side in a march.
Organizers estimated 75,000 people marched Sunday.
Dana Fisher explains what the protesters hope to achieve on Eyewitness News Mornings @ 10:
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