Occupy, the State of the Movement: A European Perspective: Wed. Cafe Med at 7PM

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Occupy, the State of the Movement

Perspectives on Occupy Oakland By Einar Stensson

  • Wednesday, August 29, 2012
  • 7:00pm until 10:00pm
  • It will be at the Cafe Mediteranneum:
  • 2475 Telegraph Avenue  Berkeley, CA 94704

I am Einar Stensson, a sociologist at the Stockholm university and activist in the Occupy Stockholm movement during the fall of 2011. After studying the Occupy Oakland movement during my two months in the Bay Area, I will share my conclusions about the occupy movement based on the interviews (no identities will be revealed, only perspectives) I have conducted with various activists in the Occupy Oakland movement.
  • Why did the movement start and spread so quickly around the globe?
  • How is Occupy organized? Who matters in the movement and why?
  • What is the future of Occupy?

I will first talk for around 40 minutes and then open up for questions/discussion.Please buy something at the cafe when you arrive : )

Einar Stensson’s web site: http://people.su.se/~eist7232/index.html

Note: Address previously incorrectly posted as:

2936 College Avenue  Berkeley, CA 94705


2 Responses to “Occupy, the State of the Movement: A European Perspective: Wed. Cafe Med at 7PM”

  1. Slenderbutter

    Which Cafe? Where is this talk taking place?