NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP, abc24.com) - Members of Occupy Nashville who could be elsewhere on Christmas Day are spending time with their fellow protesters in hope of showing continued solidarity for the movement.
Casey Jones has an apartment. But the 18-year-old also has a tent that's among about 60 others set up on the plaza across the street from the state Capitol.
She told The Associated Press on Sunday that she's been part of Occupy Nashville since it started in early October and plans to continue participating.
Breakfast, as usual, for most of the protesters consisted of coffee and various pastries. But occupier Eva Watler said a pot luck was planned for later in the day to provide hot meals.