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January 31, 2012
Occupy DC, in hand-drawn map form: This map now includes the Tent of Dreams. Click here to see it in big form. (Illustration by Patterson Clark/The Washington Post)

Occupy DC, in hand-drawn map form: This map now includes the Tent of Dreams. Click here to see it in big form. (Illustration by Patterson Clark/The Washington Post)

1:42 // 2 years ago
Occupy DC update: Despite being told over 12 hours ago that the Occupy camp was going to get forced out, it appears to be going strong as of now. “#OccupyDC reaches 1:00 AM mark with no police, not even a scout in the vicinity,” claimed occupier John Zangas on Twitter (he took the photo above). “Hunker down time.” Here’s the livestream; it seems pretty quiet for now.

Occupy DC update: Despite being told over 12 hours ago that the Occupy camp was going to get forced out, it appears to be going strong as of now. “#OccupyDC reaches 1:00 AM mark with no police, not even a scout in the vicinity,” claimed occupier John Zangas on Twitter (he took the photo above). “Hunker down time.” Here’s the livestream; it seems pretty quiet for now.

1:39 // 2 years ago
January 30, 2012

think-progress:

What’s going down at Occupy DC right now. The National Park Service said it would begin to crack down by noon. 

General McPherson’s tent is kinda amazing. Note: This noontime crackdown is in one of the busiest parts of the city, so it’ll be interesting to see what happens.

12:39 // 2 years ago