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There we are, an American Muslim girl, a Mexican Sikh girl, and a white Israeli man, two American friends filming us and live-streaming, as we walk right into the middle of an AIPAC (American-Israeli Public...

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A woman was arrested in Times Square station on Tuesday for defacing an advertisement that more than suggests that people of Arab descent are savages. Video below. Mona Eltahawy, 45, was arrested on charges including criminal mischief and making...

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As President Obama made his way into Oakland, CA for a series of pricey campaign fundraisers on Monday, up to 1,000 bay area residents gathered near City Hall at Oscar Grant Plaza to send him...

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Late Night Oakland Shenanigans – Photos

July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Chalk, Occupy Tape, Get it done. #UnwelcomeObama #J23 #Oakland...

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On the fourth of July, 2012,  50-100 anarchist protesters marched to the Oakland police station leaving a wake of road blocks & propaganda down Broadway. When the march arrived at OPD, individuals began to vent...

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It’s no big surprise to hear that the department of homeland security has been monitoring social media, searching for key words that may lead to the arrest, or set up, of the war on terror’s most recent...

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In 1962, President Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15th as a national day to celebrate and remember fallen police officers. The surrounding week would become known as “National Police Week,” which some can...

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For those of us who see through the illusion that is politics and American democracy, the historical significance of a sitting President speaking in support of same-sex marriage is lost. Even with my years of experience fighting for...

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The Oakland police department held an open house Friday night in an attempt to reach out and connect with community members with something other than a crowd dispersant. Though the doors were open to the public, Occupy...

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Occupy Oakland celebrated it’s six month anniversary with a public gathering Tuesday night in Oscar Grant Plaza, near City Hall. Despite the rain, an estimated 50-75 participants joined together and danced into the evening before dozens...

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