CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A group of people gathered Saturday in front of the Federal Reserve building in Uptown Charlotte. The protesters said they were concerned about the devaluation of the U.S. dollar.
They told Eyewitness News their mission is to educate people about the Federal Reserve, and to push the agency to be more transparent.
The organizer said Congress needs to step in because the United States money is losing value every day.
“It's not the prices that are going up. It's the value of your dollar that's going down. So all the money you earn today from working is now going to lose value tomorrow,” said organizer Daniel Rufty.
The Federal Reserve did not respond to the protest.
Protesters gathered Saturday outside Federal Reserve building
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