99 Percent 

Memphis joins the national Occupy movement.

Last Friday evening, local teachers, students, lawyers, retirees, parents, and grandparents became activists. They gathered in Overton Park for the first Occupy Memphis meeting, held in response to the national Occupy Wall Street movement in which hundreds dissatisfied with the "one percent"…

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