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The battle for a democratic Pacifica and KPFA

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There is an ongoing struggle over control at listener sponsored Pacifica radio right now, including an ongoing occupation of the national headquarters by supporters of the Pacifica Executive Director of Pacifica, Summer Reese that has been going on for the last week. The issues are very complicated, and came to a head when the Pacifica National Board (PNB) voted to fire Summer Reese despite the fact that she has a 3 year contract. Supporters of the PNG then padlocked the door to the Pacifica offices on March 14th. Summer Reese … Continued

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GA at Mike’s house this Sunday! Hike & feed

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The Occupy Oakland General Assembly will convene over food and libation this week at Mike’s house in El Cerrito.  We normally meet at 2:00 PM, but our holiday GA, hike and social will begin later than our usual time: 3:00 PM for a hike on the Albany Hill, 4:30 PM for a short meeting, 5:30 PM for a holiday meal. If you would like to attend either: – send email to Mike (electionamend@gmail.com) for directions – call Mike at 510-299-0493 for directions – show up at the Oscar Grant Plaza … Continued

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GA will be at the SUDOROOM through Jan.: CRYPTOPARTY Dec. 15th & Jan. 19th

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EDIT: On December 22nd GA will be held in El Cerrito, combined with a hike and holiday meal. Bring something to share and comfortable shoes! http://occupyoakland.org/2013/12/ga-mikes-house-sunday-hike-feed/   The few stalwarts who attended General Assembly last week at OGP decided they were tired of losing extremities to frost bite and voted to re-locate GA to the SUDOROOM through the end of January, at the normal time, 2 PM Sunday afternoon.  The sudoroom is a wonderful community hacker-space dedicated to positive social change, open source and making communication accessible without corporate control. … Continued

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Defend Berkeley’s Historic Post Office, Concert & Teach-In Saturday 8/31

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Afternoon Concert on the Steps of Berkeley’s Historic Post Office Sat. August 31 – 12:00 Noon – Music ·                   Anne Feeney, labor troubadour ·                   Michael O’Brien, Canadian hip hop artist ·                   Boomer and friends will get you dancing ·                   Redd Welsh, songs of struggle On the steps of the Berkeley Post Office 2000 Allston Way (1 block from Downtown Berkeley BART, corner Milvia St.) To Celebrate the month-long people’s encampment in tents on the steps of the Berkeley Post Office, which brought wide attention to the Post Office struggle. To … Continued

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All out to defend the Berkeley Post Office, EVICTION IMMINENT!

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URGENT UPDATE: About 5 PM a dozen uniformed postal police showed up and delivered some papers and ordered all tents down and all persons away from the Berkeley Post Office by the end of business today, Monday, August 5th.  The PO closes at 6 PM and the doors are locked at 8 PM, we need folks down there now to defend the occupation.  Me, I have vacation plans in the Bahamas and have already booked my flight…. Save the Berkeley Post Office FRIDAY: A little before 2 pm today (Friday … Continued

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Stop the Oakland DAC surveillance city, speak out at City Council Tuesday, July 30

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Everyone was sure the Oakland City Council would simply rubber stamp a resolution to accept, appropriate and administer upwards of $2 million to implement phase 2 of the systems enhancements and integration of the Domain Awareness Center (DAC) this past Tuesday night. Thanks to the efforts of a few concerned Oakland residents who brought facts and hard questions before the Council they decided to hold off on the vote and postponed a decision to the following regular Council meeting taking place on Tuesday, July 30. The DAC, which is a … Continued

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Sign up and speak out against government surveillance at City Council

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Tuesday, July 16, 5:30PM, City Council Meeting Council is seeking to pass a resolution to administer a $2 million payout to major defense contractor, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) for needed software and infrastructure to integrate “Phase 2” of the Domain Awareness Center (DAC) a mass centralized virtual data center for intelligence gathering in Oakland. If this gross violation of privacy has you concerned come out and voice your opinion on Big Oakland Brother the DAC to the Council. http://oaklandwiki.org/Domain_Awareness_Center Sign up to speak against increased government surveillance, Item 7.19: … Continued

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Occupy Oakland General Assembly to be at 19th & Telegraph this Sunday, Aug. 4 Only @ 2PM

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GA will be held at the Humanitarian Statues, at Kaiser Park at 19th/Telegraph Sunday, August 4th only. The City of Oakland is privatizing public space and shutting down public access to OGP – $10 admission is required – for a commercial purpose, namely Art and Soul Festival next weekend. Our General Assembly is a participatory gathering of Oakland community members and beyond, where everyone who shows up is treated equally and has equal decision-making power. Occupy Oakland’s General Assembly uses a participatory decision-making process appropriately called, “Occupy Oakland’s Collective Decision-Making … Continued

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Art & protest exhibit for the Turkish people, June 29 & 30th

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An Art Exhibition Showcasing The Truth & Humor of the Turkish Resistance Original scenes from Istanbul Gezi Park Protest by Turkish American Gezi Platform: An organization representing the Turkish American Community in support of the Gezi Movement Saturday, June 29th, 4PM – 9PM Sunday, June 30th, 11AM – 2 PM Studio Location: DILEKSEZEN 1933 Union Street, San Francisco, CA  94123 51690

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Hella Gezi Overnight Campout @ OGP in Solidarity with the People of Turkey & Against State Repression

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Saturday, June 22nd from 7:00 PM to morning! Bring a sleeping bag. Oscar Grant Plaza 14th Street & Broadway, Oakland Feast! Films! Music!  More! “This movement won’t end here.  We’ve started something much bigger than the park.  …After tis, I don’t think people will go back to being afraid of this government or any government.” -Seyitt Cikmen, 19 50460

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