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Occupy Detroit 1
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This photo venture turned out to be a fairly depressing event.  I originally set out to see what was going on and to take a few pictures of the protest, but I had no idea the number of homeless people that were there to get food, clothing, and help.

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Uploaded: 30/10/2011
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Tags: detroit; occupy detroit; occupy wall street
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