Occupy Anchorage takes protest to port

Occupy Anchorage protesters gather at their tent on the 5th Avenue side of Town Square Park before a march on Monday, December 12.
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Sign at the Occupy Anchorage tent site in Town Square Park suggests drivers on 5th Avenue "Celebrate Disenchantment".
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Amy Kay, left, throws snowballs for her dog Oh.mal.E before the Occupy Anchorage march on Monday.
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Occupy Anchorage protesters -- and members of the media -- gather in Town Square Park on Monday for a protest march to Port of Anchorage director Bill Sheffield's office.
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A group of Occupy Anchorage protesters cross 4th avenue on their way to read a "resignation letter" outside of Anchorage Port Director Bill Sheffield's office on Monday, December 12.
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Occupy Anchorage protesters walk down E Street on their way to the Anchorage Port Director Bill Sheffield's office on Monday, December 12.
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Brian MacMillan, center, reads a "resignation letter" composed for Anchorage Port Director Bill Sheffield during the Occupy Anchorage protest on Monday, December 12.
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A protester waves an American flag with corporate logos replacing the stars during the December 12 Occupy Anchorage protest.
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Occupy Anchorage protesters chant in front of a banner near the Anchorage port on N. C Street.
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Occupy Anchorage hosted a march on Dec. 12, 2011, in conjunction with Occupy Wall Street protests targeting port facilities on the West Coast. The Anchorage group wanted to call attention to alleged management of the Anchorage Port expansion. Read "Takes a hearty Occupy protester to soldier on in brutal Alaska winter."