The 99 percent marches on Market Street

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The 99 percent marches on Market Street

A view of the Nov. 5 demonstration from the Commonwealth Building

A view of the Nov. 5 demonstration from the Commonwealth Building

A view of the Nov. 5 demonstration from the Commonwealth Building

A view of the Nov. 5 demonstration from the Commonwealth Building


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On Nov. 5 at around 3:30 pm, Occupy made themselves known outside the Commonwealth Club on Market Street.

The downstairs part of the building housed a Chase Bank, likely the cause of this specific demonstration.

“I don’t really know enough about what Occupy is to have an opinion on it,” Melanie Albanese stated when asked what she thought of the demonstrations.

For those who are not aware, Occupy Wall Street is a series of demonstrations which started in New York in September of 2011.

Occupy has progressed and spread throughout the United States.

By Oct. 9, demonstrations took place in over 70 major cities in America.

Their slogan, “We are the 99 percent,” refers to the difference in wealth and income.

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A view of the Nov. 5 demonstration from the Commonwealth Building
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