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Occupy Wall Street Completes Historic Walk to Atlanta

Saturday, January 28th, 2012 marked the end of a long march that started in Zuccotti Park, New-York, three months ago. The destination was Atlanta and the mission of the march was to reconnect with the country outside the confines of mainstream media. During the march many others joined in Philadelphia PA, Richmond VA, Greensboro NC, Winston-Salem NC, Greensboro SC and Athens GA. Twenty walkupiers arrived in Atlanta. They marched to Woodruff/Troy Davis park where they met other activists from Occupy Atlanta, and from Egypt and Syria. They then marched together to the CNN’s studio’s where they would protest together for the cause of justice and representative democracy.

The pictures also show a few members of Occupy Atlanta that had joined the walkupiers during the last 10 miles of their march.

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