About 200 people showed up last night for the first organizational meeting for Occupy Baltimore. Another meeting to plan “logistics and create subcommittees” is scheduled tonight at 8 p.m. at 2640 St. Paul Street. The first protest begins Tuesday at noon at McKeldin Square in the Inner Harbor, corner of Light and Pratt streets, according to the group’s Twitter feed. 

According to the Indypendent Reader, grievances of the group included the epidemic of foreclosures in Baltimore, the incentives given to developers, the lack of jobs paying a living wage, the lack of funding for schools, the lack of health care, and the continuing wars overseas.