Monday, August 3, 2015
Occupy Philly retrospective
Posted on Wed, Nov 30, 2011
Here's a look back at highlights of the Occupy Philadelphia movement. Protesters began their encampment at Dilworth Plaza on Oct. 6. It ended Nov. 30 with a tense and often-bizarre night and dozens of arrests. View photos.

Videos: Occupiers march on Roundhouse. Freed Occupiers.
Elsewhere on the site:
 
Police clear Occupy encampment, 52 arrested
 
Where now, Occupy?
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