Occupy Atlanta protests foreclosures (6 images)

Organizers are bringing attention to the plight of homeowner Tawanna Rorey, who said a quick canvass of her neighborhood shows at least seven of the 23 nearby houses are under the threat of foreclosure. The Occupy Atlanta movement began 30 days ago after similar protests in New York and Oakland.

Occupy Atlanta movement protesters take their message to a maple tree-lined subdivision and a house under foreclosure proceedings in the Snellville, Ga., area of Gwinnett County, outside of Atlanta, on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011. Homeowner Tawanna Rorey said her neighborhood has at least seven of the 23 nearby houses, including hers, under the threat of foreclosure and thinks the Occupy Atlanta movement can bring attention to the plight of many homeowners in the same situation. UPI Photo/David Tulis | License Photo
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