Occupy Miami Demonstrates At Bayfront Park

Members of Occupy Miami met earlier in the day. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami Members of Occupy Miami met earlier in the day. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami participants take a moment to snap an image for CBS4. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami Occupy Miami participants take a moment to snap an image for CBS4. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Supporters of Occupy Miami held up signs at the event Saturday. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
OccupyMiami1 Supporters of Occupy Miami held up signs at the event Saturday. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Hundreds of people showed up at the Occupy Miami event at the Bayfront Park Amphitheatre. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami 2 Hundreds of people showed up at the Occupy Miami event at the Bayfront Park Amphitheatre. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Fort Lauderdale and Occupy Miami is taking a cue from Occupy Wall Street, an ongoing protest against corporate influence on U.S. politics (among other things) headquartered in the heart of the Lower Manhattan Financial District. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami Occupy Fort Lauderdale and Occupy Miami is taking a cue from Occupy Wall Street, an ongoing protest against corporate influence on U.S. politics (among other things) headquartered in the heart of the Lower Manhattan Financial District. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami participants, who met last Saturday at Miami-Dade’s Wolfson campus for their first assembly, attended this event. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami Occupy Miami participants, who met last Saturday at Miami-Dade’s Wolfson campus for their first assembly, attended this event. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami members say the movement may be necessary to finally change things. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami
Occupy Miami members say the movement may be necessary to finally change things. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami members say the movement may be necessary to finally change things. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Participants held up signs to show their support for the Occupy Miami movement. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Miami Participants held up signs to show their support for the Occupy Miami movement. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
Occupy Fort Lauderdale and Occupy Miami is taking a cue from Occupy Wall Street, an ongoing protest against corporate influence on U.S. politics (among other things) headquartered in the heart of the Lower Manhattan Financial District. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
occupy Miami Hundreds showed up at Bayfront Park as part of the Occupy Miami movement. (Courtesy: Suji Bell)
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