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Marine at ‘Occupy Chicago’: We need to change things

A former member of the U.S. Marine Corps at the “Occupy Chicago” protest told independent reporter John Sheehan that he supported the movement because Americans need to change things back to they way they were, “where the people are in control” instead of corporations. He was at the weeks-long demonstration…

‘Occupy Chicago’ joins anti-war protesters at Obama 2012 headquarters

Some “Occupy Chicago” protesters joined up with anti-war protesters on Thursday outside President Barack Obama’s 2012 campaign headquarters at Chicago’s Prudential Plaza. “Occupy Chicago” began on September 23, when around 20 people gathered at Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Tower, and then marched to the Federal Reserve Bank…

‘Occupy Chicago’ enters eleventh day of protest

The “Occupy Chicago” protest against corporate influence on the United States government has lasted for eleven straight days. “Occupy Chicago” began on September 23, when around 20 people gathered at Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Tower, and then marched to the Federal Reserve Bank to show their solidarity…

‘Occupy Chicago’ protest enters fifth day

A small group of protesters in Chicago started their own “Occupy Wall Street” demonstration over the weekend. Around 20 “Occupy Chicago” protesters gathered at Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Tower, on September 23 and then marched to the Federal Reserve Bank. Some of the protesters have remained camped…

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