Peaceful Protesters ‘Occupy’ Philadelphia

Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Occupy Philadelphia
(Credit: Cherri Gregg)
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Occupy Philadelphia
(Credit: Cherri Gregg)
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Occupy Philadelphia
(Credit: Cherri Gregg)
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Occupy Philadelphia
(Credit: Walt Hunter)
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Occupy Philadelphia
(Credit: Walt Hunter)
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Occupy Philadelphia
(Credit: Walt Hunter)
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
Occupy Philadelphia
(Credit: Walt Hunter)
Supporters of the“Occupy Philadelphia” movement gathered at a plaza adjacent to City Hall on Thursday morning and were preparing to camp out as they staged ongoing protests against what they call “corporate greed” and a lack of popular voice in national and local politics.
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