How Do the Occupy Baltimore People Occupy Themselves?

By Dorothy Adele (, 11/1/2011)

The supporters and residents of “Occupy Baltimore” at McKeldin Square come from various backgrounds and occupy themselves in unique ways.

Some of the occupants have jobs, others are homeless. Many of them want change.

Tom Kiefaber, the previous owner of the Senator Theatre, wears a sign that says “I am Revolting.” Kiefaber said that he is revolting because Baltimore is “one of the most corrupt cities in America. They took my job, they took my professional and personal reputation and they took my real estate all through manipulating the media.” Kiefaber’s “revolting sign” serves as an opening to discuss his opinions about Baltimore politics, the Senator Theatre, the media and the “Occupy Baltimore” movement.

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