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Statement from Occupy London in support of Occupy Oakland

The following statement was passed at tonight’s General Assembly, which was held outside Westminster Abbey just across the road from the Houses of Parliament: We send our support and warm wishes to Occupy Oakland…


Occupy Oakland Responds to Oakland Police Repression, Demands Accounting of Brutal Tactics, and End to Disinformation

Occupy Oakland’s building occupation, an act of civil disobedience, was disrupted by a brutal police response yesterday. Protesters were met with baton strikes, shot with rubber bullets, and exposed to tear gas along…


The Oakland Commune (Documentary)

On October 10th 2011, hundreds of people in downtown Oakland occupied Frank Ogawa Plaza in front of city hall. They built a self-organized tent city and began to meet some of the community’s…


Occupy Oakland Calls for “Total West Coast Port Shutdown” on 12/12

Proposal for a Coordinated West Coast Port Shutdown, Passed With Unanimous Consensus by vote of the Occupy Oakland General Assembly 11/18/2012: In response to coordinated attacks on the occupations and attacks on workers…

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Update Occupy CAL (Berkeley University). Police brutality: Violence Comes Up When Moral Legitimacy Fails

  On the 9th of Nov. 2011 the first Occupy Cal massive action took place. Over 3000 protesters joined at the Sproul Plaza, Berkeley, the iconic place where the Free Speech Movement started…


#Oakland – Statement on the Occupation of the former Traveler’s Aid Society

Thursday Nov 3rd, after one of the most remarkable days of resistance in recent history, some of the us within Occupy Oakland took an important next step: we 
extended the occupation to an…

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Chronicle of the General Strike, Oakland 2nd Nov 2011. The other side that the media hide

The General Strike on the 2nd of November called for by Occupy Oakland has succeeded. Many businesses closed their doors in solidarity with Oakland, and the main banks like Wells Fargo, Citibank, Chase…


Here a little chronicle about what´s going on in the Bay Area, US: Oakland, San Francisco and Berkeley.

The Occupy movement here has arisen really fast and it´s getting stronger and stronger, from the 17Sept but specially since the 15O. It reminds me very much the beginning of the 15M in…


Violence an tear gas to evict Occupy Oakland

This Tuesday 25th at 5am over 500 police in riot gear from cities all over central California brutally attacked the Occupy Oakland encampment at 14th & Broadway. The police attacked the peaceful protest…

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