Occupy Austin in Pictures

The life and times of Occupy between January and May

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Photo by John Anderson

Marchers take to the streets on Occupy Austin Bank Action Day Jan. 21.

Austin Chronicle photographer John Anderson has followed Occupy Austin since the group's inception in fall 2011. Here's a look at some of the events he's captured on camera this year. Find our complete Occupy Austin photo gallery at austinchronicle.com/occupy-austin.

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Occupy Austin, bank action day, City Hall eviction, SXSW

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