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Group planning ‘mass march’ to disrupt summit

• Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
 

By: Dennis B. Roddy, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A group organized to resist the forthcoming G-20 summit in Pittsburgh announced plans for an unsanctioned mass march from Lawrenceville to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on the first day of the meeting, setting up the possibility of a clash with police.

The group, calling itself the Pittsburgh G-20 Resistance Project, is declaring a “People’s Uprising, a Sept. 24 mass march to disrupt the G-20 summit,” according to a statement on its Web site.

The group, which is likely to include a coalition of anarchists and other self-described “anti-authoritarians,” has called for a variety of “autonomous actions,” or efforts to attack various locations they view as symbols of global capitalism.

The news release came as lawyers for several other groups asked a federal court to order the City of Pittsburgh to allow protesters to use two city parks for camping and “tent cities” and to grant a permit for a march organized by a coalition of groups that have no announced plans to disrupt the G-20.

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