Occupy Savannah protestors were out again today at Emmet Park in Savannah as part of a globally coordinated "Occupy Everywhere" movement.
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Monday, October 10, 2011
Day two of Occupy Savannah brought protestors to Emmet Park in spite of gray skies and wet weather.
Sunday, October 9, 2011
More than 40 people showed up at Emmett Park for Day 1 of "Occupy Savannah," a protest inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" movement.
A crowd gathered at Emmett Park in Savannah Sunday for day one of "Occupy Savannah," a protest inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" movement. Stay with Fort Stewart Patch for more on Occupy Savannah as it develops.
Friday, October 7, 2011
Inspired by the ongoing New York protests, Occupy Savannah is scheduled for Sunday.
The Occupy Wall Street movement, which has spread across the nation in the form of similar protests in large cities, has inspired Occupy Savannah, a planned protest march starting 9 a.m. Sunday. The protestors plan to meet at Emmet Park on Bay Street near Savannah City Hall at that time, according to a statement on the group's Facebook page. "If forced to, we'll march to Johnson Square at Bull and Congress Street," the statement reads. "We will be practicing our freedom to assembly, we will not be shut down, and we WILL be heard." The Facebook page advises participants to plan for an overnight stay. "We understand that people need to make a living and have school, so we urge you to come and go as needed in order to protect your jobs and …