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Senior citizens hold Occupy protest in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A group of senior citizens, some in wheelchairs, protested Thursday outside a Bank of America in San Francisco's Bernal Heights neighborhood.
They identified themselves as part of the "99 percent" and demanded that Bank of America stop the foreclosure of homes in their area. The protest was organized by members of the Occupy San Francisco movement. They have begun holding community meetings in different parts of the city to involve a wider spectrum of people in their demonstrations.
Bank of America did not return ABC7's calls on that demonstration and their charges.
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