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6:00 pm Web Committee Meeting @ The Holdout
Web Committee Meeting @ The Holdout
Feb 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
New schedule and additional location! Bi-Monthly meetings to organize and publish web content for occupyoakland.org. We meet the first Thursday of the month at The Holdout, 2313 San Pablo Ave Oakland,CA 94612 @ 6PM And the third Sunday of the month at 19th Street / Rashida Muhammad Street (one block away from 19th Street/Telegraph avenue) @ 2PM If interested on helping us out, please come and join us!   Web@occupyoakland.org  27484
1:00 am March & Rally “Stop Racist Police Brutality! No to Police Violence in the Mission!” @ 24th St. BART, SF
March & Rally “Stop Racist Police Brutality! No to Police Violence in the Mission!” @ 24th St. BART, SF
Feb 8 @ 1:00 am – 2:30 am
On Jan. 24 at 24th and Mission Sts., the Mission community witnessed the brutal beating of an 18-year-old African American CCSF student, Kevin Clark, by SFPD. The incident was videotaped by passersby. It is extremely hard to watch, but we ask that you witness it, send to your contacts and help us get the word out for this emergency protest rally: The gentrification of the Mission district is pushing out the working-class communities of color, and the police are increasing their harassment and brutality against the people. Join us for … Continued
2:00 am OO Labor Solidarity Committee @ UNITE HERE Offices, 2nd floor
OO Labor Solidarity Committee @ UNITE HERE Offices, 2nd floor
Feb 8 @ 2:00 am – 4:00 am
“From the folks who brought you the West Coast Port Shutdown.” We will be brainstorming our next major action, an attempt to raise holy hell over the fact that the minimum wage in Oakland is still $8.00, while in San Francisco it is $10.55 and in San Jose it is $10.00. Plus the fact that Oakland is willing to insist on its own workers and those with contracts to the city being paid a living wage but not private sector workers. Please come join us and add your voice! We … Continued