Members of Occupy Chattanooga march across the Walnut Street Bridge chanting and holding signs to passing pedestrians and cyclists Saturday in Coolidge Park. Protesters gathered at the stage in the park to express their dissatisfaction with government and business while passersby in the park stopped to listen.
Members of Occupy Chattanooga march across the Walnut Street Bridge chanting and holding signs to passing pedestrians and cyclists Saturday in Coolidge Park. Protesters gathered at the stage in the park to express their dissatisfaction with government and business while passersby in the park stopped to listen.
Photo by Jenna Walker /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Tuesday, October 18th, 2011
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With a list of increasing demands and a greater sense of urgency, about 200 people met with Occupy Chattanooga on Friday night at Miller Plaza, and by the end of the night, with about 50 people still there, they talked about whether the group should occupy the city.

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