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Occupy The Bay- The Film

November 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Occupy The Bay is a documentary film produced by Kevin Pina, that covers the development of the Occupy Movement in the Bay Area. It includes Occupy Oakland, San Francisco and Berkeley, with clips from LA,...

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After a long day of protesting Urban Shield in downtown Oakland, a flock of people got together for a bike ride around town. Cyclists pedaled down the streets peacefully, exercising the rights that the so-called...

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Last Friday, the City Corporation of Oakland hosted a four day ‘Urban Shield‘ conference in which SWAT teams and other militarized police troops from around the globe came together to trade best practices on fighting...

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Video by FrameOfMindOnScene ( @OsamaBinRappin )...

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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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For those who may be unfamiliar, Alan Blueford is a young man who was shot and killed by Oakland Police Officer Miguel Masso, on May 6th, 2012.  Officer Masso maintained that when he attempted to...

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While sitting in my home reading the news, I heard a woman screaming for help, so I grabbed my broken monopod (kinda like a bat) and ran outside to see what I could do for...

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Fuck You CBS: This Oakland Mom Fights Back

January 24, 2013 | 2 Comments

On January 22, 2013 between 5pm and 3am the next morning over 400 Oakland residents showed up to a city council to speak against the contract proposing Bill Bratton (Mr. Stop & Frisk himself) be...

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Why do people look at Oakland as an important center for resistance and change? Why are our city council meetings a battle? Because Oakland’s race and class issues are at the heart of the national...

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