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#OccupyWalk USA featured in the North County Times Newspaper 02, 21, 2012

ENCINITAS: Occupy participants start walk

By BARBARA HENRY bhenry@nctimes.com 

| Posted: Monday, February 20, 2012 3:30 pm |

Members of the Occupy movement have launched a coast-to-coast walk that will bring them through North County and Southwest Riverside County.

A group of eight walkers —- some from Occupy San Diego and some from Los Angeles —- left Sunday from San Diego, and by noon Monday had reached Del Mar, publicist Nan DiGiovanni said.

They plan to walk to Washington, D.C., staying with host families along the way, DiGiovanni said. She did not have an estimated time for when they are expected to arrive at their destination, but said walkers are inviting people to join them along the way.

The group was scheduled to spend Monday night at a home in Leucadia and Tuesday night in Oceanside. They had hopes of reaching the Temecula area by sometime Wednesday night, she said.

Beyond arranged stays the first few nights, the walkers are looking for backyards to camp in, DiGiovanni said.

People wishing to host them can submit information to the group’s website at  http://occupywalk.org/.

The Occupy movement began with protests against corporate greed and quickly spread across the nation. Occupy events have been held regionally, including ones in Encinitas and Oceanside.

Read more: http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/encinitas/encinitas-occupy-participants-start-walk/article_ebb49158-faee-51a8-bbe4-a006457d32dd.html#ixzz1n5rBZya0


February 27, 2012 - Posted by | Occupy Walk News

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