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Signs are littered under a tree for rally participants to carry during an Occupy Toledo event on Levis Square in downtown Toledo on October 10, 2011. The event was in solidarity to those protesters occupying Wall Street.

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The over 100 people of Occupy Toledo establish the principles for an oppression-free zone with signs in the first general assembly of the group.

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A new sign is erected on Levis Square in downtown. Participants in the Occupy Toledo remained in the square late into the afternoon.

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Clive McCalman, of Toledo, at Occupy Toledo holds a sign during the event to protest government bailouts.

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Rally participants carry signs and chant slogans during an Occupy Toledo event.

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Members of the Toledo Police Department are perched on the top floor of a parking garage to monitor the Occupy Toledo event on Levis Square.

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Poster-holders Anjelica Armendariz, left, and Lynzee Ward, both of Toledo, show support for Occupy Wall Street.

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UAW president Ray Wood, left, and former Mayor Carty Finkbeiner, right, greet each other during the Occupy Toledo event.

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Sandra Frank, from Toledo, holds a sign among the more than 100 protesters at the Occupy Toledo event.

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Rebecca Wagoner, of Toledo, holds a sign sharing a similar theme with other protesters at Levis Square.

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Carol Love, left, and Mary Anthony, right, from Toledo, hold signs and chant slogans with a megaphone.

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A "General Assembly" sign hangs above rally participants to announce the times for people to come together for the Occupy Toledo event.

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Daryl Brownell, Denise Gary, and her daughter Holly Gogol, all of Toledo, at Occupy Toledo. Brownell's sign is about his sister, Betty Arlene Brownell, who, with diabetes and no health care, died at age 33.

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