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An estimated 100 urban agriculture activists gathered in San Francisco yesterday and made an attempt to re-occupy “Gezi Gardens,” formally known as the Hayes Valley Farm, despite a heavy police presence. The occupiers held the...

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Bloodshot eyes flit across glowing screens while pointer fingers twitch; clicking…reblogging… refreshing. Undulating middle-fingers scroll through a horde of “news”. More drone killings; shared. A meme against a rich person; liked. Suddenly, a special notification...

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More than one hundred urban agriculture and sustainable local food activists returned to the embattled University of California “owned” Gill Tract in Albany, CA on Saturday. Last year, hundreds of activists occupied the space for three weeks before...

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Occupy Oakland was and continues to be one of, if not the most, radical occupations in the nation. During the first year of our street protests many of our comrades in the struggle were targeted, violently...

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On October 25th 2011, Iraq War Veteran Scott Olsen was shot in the head with a beanbag round, by the Oakland Police Department, while standing peacefully between demonstrators and police at a protest following the...

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An estimated six students began occupying Eshleman Hall Tuesday afternoon as part of an awareness campaign regarding the campus’s multicultural retention center and minority enrollment. Over 100 students, including Occupy Cal protesters and BAMN affiliates,...

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So I made a mistake and thought I had an interview downtown today. I didn’t, so I stopped by the plaza and had pizza. All I can say is I felt a combination of nostalgia...

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Jodie Randolph is a small-business owner in Alameda, CA. Morgan Stanley’s earnings for the last three months were $7.6 billion dollars, or about $2.5 billion per month. Jodie Randolph is a breast-cancer survivor. Morgan Stanley...

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“It’s going to be a shit show.” “Yeah, I don’t think it’s a good idea.” “No one will show up.” These are a few of the verbal road blocks placed in the path of planning...

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Press Release | NYPDTapes Project Issues

October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

On November 15th, 2011, many people around the world watched in horror as the NYPD and city of New York evicted Occupy protesters from Liberty Square (Zuccotti Park) in a middle of the night raid...

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