A rally Tuesday at Miami’s Bayfront Park, organized by Occupy Miami and other community organizers, will be one of many May Day protests held across the country.
Members of Occupy Miami, scattered when police in riot gear evicted protesters and tore down tents at their “Peace City” encampment, plan to regroup Wednesday afternoon. The group wants to come up with a new strategy in the wake of their eviction.
Those taking part in the Occupy Miami protest on the west lawn of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center have been given until sunset on Tuesday to leave the area or face arrest.
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Dozens of South Florida activists who traveled to our nation’s Capitol on Monday to take part in a week long protest, staged sit-in at the offices of one of Florida’s Senators.
Occupy Miami protesters will be marching in Little Havana and in the Brickell Avenue banking district Thursday afternoon.
Occupy Miami, which has been camped on a public lawn at the Stephen P. Clark center for a month, is asking for public help as a Friday deadline to leave the property approaches. The protesters say the county is ignoring a permit and violating their rights.
Protesters in the occupy Miami movement have moved temporarily.
While protesters marched outside Downtown Miami’s Bank of America building Tuesday in objection to the banks planned debit card fee, Bank of America announced it would cancel the fee.
The Occupy Wall Street movement that has spread worldwide will continue to have a presence in South Florida starting Friday.