“Occupy Tummies”- are you in the “percent” that knows?
There’s a group taking over the Reitz union today, but WUFT-FM’s Lauren Lettelier says this is an “Occupy” of a different color.
In depth story: By Meredith Chipman – WUFT-FM
A new occupy movement has changed its focus away from Wall Street. Occupy Tummies is working to solve issues of food insecurity and hunger in Alachua County. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Meredith Chipman has more on today’s event.
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