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Occupy Atlanta’s Spreading Influence

Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition

Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition joins forces with Occupy Atlanta

Besides a row of Occupy Atlanta protesters recently released from jail sits a member of the Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition. Early this morning I was announcing that Woodruff Park, Occupy Atlanta’s fort, had fallen but that the resistance would continue. Thousands of viewers were glued to OA’s livestream during the night, donations doubled, and OA has new allies.

One comment on “Occupy Atlanta’s Spreading Influence

  1. Grayson Gill
    October 31, 2011

    Another great post

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This entry was posted on October 26, 2011 by in Movements for Change.

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