Silver wire fences, heavy machinery and concrete adorn the city blocks. Odd bits of modern and contemporary architecture take root where brick-face real estate once stood. What was once flat terrain becomes tall, both in structure and in power.
“If shoppers don’t see the positives of eating better, they will continue to try to get the most food for their money.”
As Occupy Richmond settles into its new location next door to Richmond mayor Dwight Jones, the group is also confronting the mayor in other parts of the city.