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Occupy Philadelphia in Light Rain
Philadelphia

A view of what may be one of of Occupy Philadelphia's last days on Richardson Dilworth Plaza, from near the center of that grand public space.  On the day this photo was taken (November 16, day 42 of the occupation) the City finally signed a contract for a long-deferred renovation of the plaza, and ordered Occupy Philadelphia to leave. 

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