'Occupy' movement reaches Duluth
Almost 100 Northlanders gathered at Lake Superior Plaza in Duluth on Wednesday to add their voices to the growing national unrest over the U.S. economy and the role of Wall Street and banking interests.
Chanting "they got a bailout, we got sold out" and "we are the 99 percent," the protesters gathered under the banner of Occupy Duluth at what was officially declared Wednesday to be a public plaza at the corner of Lake Avenue and Superior Street.
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