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|Part of the Occupy movement|
Image from Occupy Philadelphia 2011
|Date||6 October 2011 – Ongoing|
(7 years, 40 days)
|Location||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Caused by||Economic inequality, corporate influence over government, inter alia.|
|Methods||Demonstration, occupation, protest, street protesters|
|Arrests and injuries|
|Injuries||3 taken to the hospital|
Many did not seek medical treatment
Occupy Philadelphia was a collaboration that included nonviolent protests and demonstrations with an aim to overcome economic inequality, corporate greed and the influence of corporations and lobbyists on government. The protest took place at Thomas Paine Plaza, which is adjacent to Philadelphia's City Hall.
As of June 2012, Occupy Philadelphia had continued to engage in organized meetings, events and actions.
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