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Posted: 3:06 p.m. Monday, Sept. 3, 2012
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
The group that organized a protest march in uptown on Sunday said more than 2,500 people attended.
City officials estimated that around 1,000 people participated in the march.
The Coalition to March on Wall Street South said participants came from places including Baltimore, Atlanta, New York, Phoenix and Detroit.
Organizers said the march was meant to confront banks and corporations headquartered in Charlotte, and bring attention to the need for jobs.
Along the march, demonstrators stopped in front of Bank of America's headquarters and Duke Energy's headquarters.
Throughout the week, the group said it will be supporting events being developed by other groups.
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