Some Highlights from Occupy Oakland’s 1st Two Years.

Categories: Front Page, General Assembly

Compiled by Greg Jan.

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Oct. 10 – 24, 2011 — Occupy Oakland — Weeks one and two — with links to lots of photos, some videos, and some essays.

Oct. 25 – Nov. 2, 2011 — Essay about the Oct. 25 eviction and aftermath — along with links to photos, videos, and essays about OO between then and the Nov. 2nd general strike.

Oct. 26, 2011 — Over 1400 people vote for a November 2 General Strike & Mass Day of Action.

Oct. 26, 2011 — Occupy Oakland becomes one of the first, if not the first, entities to stand in solidarity with the 2011 California Prisoners’ Hunger Strike.

Oct. 31, 2011 — Occupy Oakland General Strike Press Conference (video).

Nov. 2, 2011 — General Strike Shuts Port of Oakland and Downtown Banks.

Nov. 2, 2011 — Oakland General Strike Videos.

Nov. 18, 2011 — The proposal for a Total West Coast Port Shutdown on 12/12 passes unanimously.

Dec. 14, 2011 — Report about Occupy Oakland Port Shutdown

Feb. 1, 2012 — Occupy Oakland Denounces Police Violence and City Lies (regarding January 28th Move-In Day).

Oct. 10, 2012 — Occupy Oakland Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary (short essay with links to photos, videos, and articles about first year events).

July 3, 2013 — Videos of OPD Violence Reveal Serious Problems that Led to $1 Million Occupy Oakland Settlement.


One Response to “Some Highlights from Occupy Oakland’s 1st Two Years.”

  1. orion

    Were you one of the 100,000 demonstraters who struck nov 2 2010 ? whether you know it or not you were part of the most historic general strike since 1946
    you in mass responded to the rat quans attack on the campers with her vicious police attack that wounded many and almost killed Scott Olsen. ktvu tv had a 12 min clip from a helecopter of this historic moment nov 2 2010 and said there was 100,000 demonstrators We can do it again .STRIKE UNITE! WHAT KIND OF PIE ? OCCUPY and guess what we have to for our and our love one’s future.