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Occupy Albuquerque | Downtown March Oct 22, 2011

 
 

Once again, Occupy Albuquerque marches on.  Today, the group started from the home base of Coyote Camp and marched to downtown Albuquerque.  Many banks were visited, but the final spot of protest before the return home was at the intersection of 4th and Central – the heart of downtown Albuquerque.  Photos from today. (more…)

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Occupy Albuquerque The Protest Heard Around the World Oct 15 2011 #ows #globalchange #occupyburque

Today was a most phenomenal day!  I arrived early at Coyote Camp and shortly before the scheduled noon protest at Wells-Fargo in Nob Hill, we gathered together to march as one to the meeting point.  There were approximately 75 of us leaving from Coyote Camp.  When the rest of the protest came into view, it was a glorious site… hundreds and hundreds had already gathered!  It is difficult to estimate the size of a crowd constantly in motion, but I would estimate there were upwards to 800 people at peak time. (more…)

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Occupy Albuquerque | A day in Coyote Camp Oct 10, 2011

I spent the day in Coyote Camp, which is the home base for the Occupy Albuquerque, in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street and the rest of the country.  Here are some photos taken from today. As you can see, it is a peaceful place where parents brought their children who played, and also helped carry the message of the Occupy Movement.

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Occupy Albuquerque Oct 8 2011 Day #8

Occupy Albuquerque set up camp, now called Coyote Camp, last Saturday, Oct. 1st, on the UNM (University of New Mexico) campus on the corner of University and Central Ave.  During the past week, the campers have received permission to remain on campus, but needed to relocate to another area due to the elderly trees in the vicinity of the original camp.  The move was peaceful, and the new location actually adds more visibility for the protesters.  Today, Occupy Albuquerque combined efforts with an Anti-War protest as they marched down Central Ave. (more…)

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