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Family Rally for Peace in Piedmont Park, Atlanta

On a sunny but chilly December 10th Saturday, Piedmont Park was the selected public place for promoting peace. Designed in the early 20th century by the son of the New York Central Park architect, the park was also an opportunity for Occupy Atlanta activists to enjoy the fresh air in beautiful surroundings with their family. The name of the event was Family Rally for Peace.

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