Hundreds Of Protesters Rally Against Bank Of America In Charlotte
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Uptown was a little nosier than usual today after nearly 600 protesters rallied around Bank of America's headquarters, then the stadium, then old city hall, during the bank's annual shareholder meeting. Activists from across the country came to speak out against the bank's foreclosure practices and monetary support of the coal industry. Some took turns yelling at shareholders as they entered the building, while the rest chanted and banged on drums.
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