On Saturday, June 9, Women Occupy San Diego hosted Occupy Our Arts, a family-friendly arts festival which took place in Freedom Plaza (formerly the Civic Center).
Intended to highlight the creative side of the Occupy Movement, the city-permitted event included performances by professional dance groups and acrobats, as well as face painting, poetry, comedy skits, street theater and more. The all-day event was enjoyed by hundreds.
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