Rebuild the American Dream by American Dream Movement
These folks aren't your typical rabble rousing activists. Most are senior citizens who are sympathetic with the sentiments that inspired the occupy demonstrations. They distribute a four page handout cataloging and explaining why they and the rest of the 99% have taken to the street.
Cape May Walk About by Tina Giaimo
Instead of a rally they convened a walk about . The group carried their signs and walked through the commercial district with individuals pausing to greet and talk with people on the street. They answered questions and passed out palm cards and pamphlets. They were greeted with smiles and thumbs-up gestures. Passing cars signaled agreement by sounding horns. From time to time they did simple call-and-response cheers--slogans that evoked the issues they were protesting.
This sort of Walk-About protest doesn't require that a group assemble. It can be organized by simply agreeing to show up in a public space. It doesn't even need to assemble as a group. Couples, two or three people walking together, can dress and carry signs that identify them as participants. Call and response cheers can echo through a large area when scattered walkers participate in unison.
The authorities are left with little to object to. Everyone has the right to stroll through a public place, to carry a sign, and to greet and talk with those they meet, even cheer occasionally. Participants don't have to risk being arrested to do a Walk-About.