occupy new orleans

Occupy Wall Street
8:08 am
Wed December 14, 2011

Occupy NOLA Ousted From Duncan Plaza

The Occupy New Orleans protest no longer occupies Duncan Plaza. A federal judge allowed the city to clear the encampment outside City Hall.

The federal judge refused to issue an order sought by Occupy NOLA. The group has been staying at the park since early October as an offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street movement for economic equality.

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Occupy Wall Street
7:59 pm
Tue December 13, 2011

Federal Ruling Expected on Occupy NOLA

The order allowing Occupy New Orleans to remain in Duncan Plaza expires later today. It's unclear what's next for the group.

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Occupy Wall Street
8:19 am
Mon December 12, 2011

Occupy NOLA Protests Outside Mayor's Home

Occupy New Orleans protesters have taken their complaints to Mayor Mitch Landrieu's home. Several speakers are demanding help for the city's homeless.

About a dozen protesters are calling for help in housing homeless as well as keeping the Occupy New Orleans encampment in place outside City Hall. Spokesman W. C. Johnson says the mayor's eviction of the camp last week is illegal.

"We are here at his home to let him know that he cannot get away from the wrong that he inflicts on the citizens in the city that he claims that he loves."

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