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undercover OPD cops: Off: M. Jaeger and Off: Buford 12/3/2014

“Are Roy and Devon just two average guys marching with the people? Or is Roy and Devon really Officer Jaeger and Officer Buford of the Oakland Police Department running an intel operation on demonstrators? In the video Officer Jaeger, or “Roy”, says he believes the murder of Mike Brown was an “injustice”, but these officers show poor taste showing up to an Eric Garner protest in plain clothes. Just the presence of these officers was interpreted by many as an act of intimidation. Perhaps next time police want to express … Continued


Occupy The Farm, the Movie, Playing Now! (Nov. 7th-20th)

Here’s the event info: November 7th – 20th United Artists 7 Movie Theater 2274 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley, CA  – Google Maps Directions . Tickets and showtimes are available through Fandango. . Join us for the premiere of “Occupy the Farm” a documentary by independent filmmaker, Todd Darling. The film tells the story of the 17-year struggle to protect 20 acres of public farmland (the “Gill Tract”, in Albany) from development into a supermarket, housing complex, and strip mall. . . Occupy the Farm – The Film – Official Trailer from Todd Darling The … Continued


Inside Urban Shield. -Photos-

  Click here or the image for details of the event:   Some photos from the forum event:   For more information and photos about the Urban Shield convention: “Photos: Inside Urban Shield, the Convention for Warrior Cops Where else can you pick up a 3-D printed drone or a flashlight that blinds your target?”:         56876


Protest the Cancellation of KPFA’s Morning Mix

Protest the cancellation of the Morning Mix, a radio show on KPFA during morning drive time, which was hosted by diverse programmers who are based in the local community. It is being replaced with a show, with one radio personality, that will be piped in from Los Angeles. Only some Morning Mix segments have been rescheduled, and at times of the day when most working people are at work and unable to listen, including the labor show Work Week Radio (, and Project Censored ( This removal of the Morning … Continued



When: Sunday, May 25 Noon to 10:00PM Where: Mike’s house: 3413 Belmont Ave., El Cerrito 94530 Contact: Mike’s email:  electionamend [at] Why? The time of year cries out for a backyard party to ring in the outdoor season, and there’s no more benevolent use for carbon as a fuel than a barbecue.  Also, we’ll be saying “Keep in touch” to our great friend Hannah who will be leaving in June for Gomorrah – the City of Angels – with her family. AND we’re anticipating a visit from Occupy Oakland’s … Continued


David Rovics & Eric Drooker Benefit Concert for Tristan Anderson

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. David Rovics, Eric Drooker & Tristan Anderson will perform together on Sunday, Feb. 23rd at the Art House in Berkeley, 2905 Shattuck Ave. The event will be a benefit for Justice 4 Tristan.  $5-$20 sliding scale suggested donation Schedule: 5 PM Potluck dinner 6 PM Welcoming 6:15-6:45 Tristan Anderson slide show 6:45-7:15 David Rovics amplified set 7:15-8:00 Eric Drooker Multimedia Performance 8PM-….. David Rovics acoutic set   David Rovics is a great folk singer of songs of social significance. You can download most of his music at his web site … Continued


TAKE ACTION: Oakland Spy Center

Read/Learn/Download/Distribute Download Letter here: TAKE-ACTION_Oakland-Spy-Center – – – – – – – – – Letter Starts Here ———- Dear Neighbors:   I am writing to you about the Oakland Domain Awareness Center – coming up for a vote at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, February 18.   The Oakland Domain Awareness Center (DAC) is a $10.9MM surveillance hub for the Port and City of Oakland. It will integrate data from public and private cameras across the city, license plate readers that track where you go in your car, and other … Continued


The Day We Fight Back! – Feb 11, 2014

The Day We Fight Back Feb 12, 2014

. “DEAR USERS OF THE INTERNET,In January 2012 we defeated the SOPA and PIPA censorship legislation with the largest Internet protest in history. A year ago this month one of that movement’s leaders, Aaron Swartz, tragically passed away.Today we face a different threat, one that undermines the Internet, and the notion that any of us live in a genuinely free society: mass surveillance.If Aaron were alive, he’d be on the front lines, fighting against a world in which governments observe, collect, and analyze our every digital action.Now, on the anniversary … Continued