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Philadelphia police evicted “Occupy Philadelphia” in the early morning hours of November 30, 2011. After being evicted, protesters marched throughout Center City.

Occupy Philly: We’re Alive And Well, Still Meeting

Occupy Philadelphia protesters vowed Friday to continue their movement against corporate greed and economic inequality despite the demise of their tent city at City Hall, and they challenged the city’s assessment that their eviction occurred in a peaceful and orderly fashion.


The tents will have to go before work can begin on a $50-million facelift at Dilworth Plaza. (credit: KYW's Mike Dunn)

Some Occupy Philly Protesters Prepare To Relocate, Others Prepare To Fight For Rights

Today at 5 p.m., Occupy Philadelphia will have to move all of it’s tents and equipment off of Dilworth Plaza to allow for the construction project on the west side of City Hall to begin.


(Credit: John McDevitt, KYW Newsradio)

‘Occupy’ Philadelphia Protesters Asking For Donations Of Warm Winter Outerwear

The residents of Occupy Philadelphia are looking for donations of warm winter outerwear to help them through the cold times ahead.


(Credit: John McDevitt, KYW Newsradio)

Philadelphia’s Tea Party Association Uses Social Media To Respond To ‘Occupy’ Protests

The Independence Hall Tea Party Association says the group has created a coalition it calls Liberate Philadelphia/Liberate America. And, it started a Facebook page to try to sort out the truth.