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Occupy Fort Lauderdale Starts Its Occupation (Live Video)

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Occupy Fort Lauderdale now has an address -- Bubier Park at 32 E. Las Olas Blvd.

The group announced it has started a 24/7 occupation of the park, which began with the first group of people on Saturday night after their first demonstration.

The next meeting of the group -- labeled the "Facilitation Meeting" -- will take place in the park at 7:30 tonight, alongside the people who are calling the park home for a while.

A live video stream of the occupation in Bubier Park has gone offline a few times since the protesters set up camp, but you can watch the occupation when they're live in the video below:

Watch live streaming video from occupyftlaud at livestream.com

You can also click

here

to watch the video clips people recorded last night from the park.

You can find more information on Occupy Fort Lauderdale at their website.


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