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Occupy Detroit: photo page

David Edgar, President of United Auto Workers Local 869 of Warren speak to the Occupy Detroit crowd at the Oct. 14 rally.

Cheryl Addington and Glen Voglesong, of Royal Oak, hold up their sign and call of distress at the rally in Grand Circus Park for a call to Occupy Detroit Friday, Oct. 14.(Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)

Husain Bazzi, 16, of Dearborn (left) and David Edgar, President of United Auto Workers Local 869 of Warren speak to the Occupy Detroit crowd. The young and well spoken Bazzi hopes to one day attend University of Michigan. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)

“DTE Turns Off Lights of Children” reads one protester’s sign on the march from Spirit of Detroit to Grand Circus Park for Occupy Detroit, Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
Protesters rally in Grand Circus Park for a call to Occupy Detroit Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
Jude Zaharoff, 7, of Detroit, sits on his fathers shoulders holding up his “99 1/2 in 2024” sign at the Occupy Detroit rally, Friday, Oct. 14 in Grand Circus Park. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
Protesters rally in Grand Circus Park for a call to Occupy Detroit Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
Luke (last name did want not disclosed), 9, of Trenton marched back and forth in an empty fountain during the rally at Grand Circus Park for the Occupation of Detroit, Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
(middle) Karianne Spens-Hanna, of Detroit, attends the rally in Grand Circus Park for a call to Occupy Detroit Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
Koya Siegfried,4, attends the rally for Occupy Detroit with his father and brother in Grand Circus Park, Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
Michigan Catholics for the Common Good march into Grand Circus Park for Occupy Detroit on Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
“I Shaved my Balls for This” reads a witty protester’s sign on the march from Spirit of Detroit to Grand Circus Park for Occupy Detroit, Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
Megan Spencer, 22, (left) and Ahlam Mobsen, 23, both Detroit natives and recent Michigan State University graduates, carry their camping belongings for the cold night ahead of Occupy Detroit, Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
“Mayor- Declare a State of Emergency in Detroit” reads one Occupy Detroit Protesters sign in Grand Circus Park, Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
A protester and a local man sit to the side of the Occupy Detroit rally, Friday, Oct. 14, in Grand Circus Park. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
Three young men pray around dusk just to the side of the occupation of Detroit rally in Grand Circus Park, Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
“Don’t Trust Anyone” reads the inside of this anonymous man’s Detroit fitted cap. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
“Free Zone: This is a Liberated Space Where There is No Central Authority” reads a sign at the campsite of Occupy Detroit in Grand Circus Park, Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
The tent campsite in Grand Circus Park for Occupy Detroit Friday, Oct. 14. (Tanya Moutzalias | photo editor gcmag.org)
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