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Another possible riot at Occupy Oakland

 
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Another possible riot at Occupy Oakland
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Oakland braces for strike, marches. Can Occupy protesters close the port?

[link to www.csmonitor.com]

The city of Oakland, Calif., the site of the Occupy Wall Street movement’s worst violence to date, is bracing for a general strike and day of mass action by Occupy Oakland Wednesday, and organizers say they expect a healthy cross section of their community to turn out in support.

“We have school teachers and students, unionized and nonunionized workers, as well as city workers determined to take the day off or come before work or after work, whatever they can do without losing their jobs,” says media team spokesman Allan Brill.

Occupy Oakland’s plans include a noon march on Wells Fargo Bank, as well as two “convergences” of protesters at 4 and 5 p.m., which will march on the Port of Oakland with the intent of shutting it down for the evening shift.

Last Edited by DoubleHelix on 11/02/2011 10:31 AM
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The demonstration aims to shut down the city by targeting banks, corporations and the Port of Oakland in solidarity with worldwide Occupy movement that decries the economic wealth of the very rich 1 percent while 99 percent of the population struggles to find jobs and pay the bills.

And there is an Oakland twist to today's action, with a call to "end police attacks on our communities and defend Oakland schools and libraries (against budget cuts)."
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan issued a statement Tuesday saying she hopes the general strike is peaceful and puts the issues of the 99 percent front and center.

"I am working with the police chief to make sure that the pro-99 percent activists -- whose cause I support -- will have the freedom to get their message across without the conflict that marred last week's events," Quan said.

Maybe another riot comingrockon

Oakland mayor under fire over Occupy protests

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The demonstration aims to shut down the city by targeting banks, corporations and the Port of Oakland in solidarity with worldwide Occupy movement that decries the economic wealth of the very rich 1 percent while 99 percent of the population struggles to find jobs and pay the bills.

And there is an Oakland twist to today's action, with a call to "end police attacks on our communities and defend Oakland schools and libraries (against budget cuts)."
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan issued a statement Tuesday saying she hopes the general strike is peaceful and puts the issues of the 99 percent front and center.

"I am working with the police chief to make sure that the pro-99 percent activists -- whose cause I support -- will have the freedom to get their message across without the conflict that marred last week's events," Quan said.

Maybe another riot comingrockon

Oakland mayor under fire over Occupy protests

[link to www.sfgate.com]
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Re: Another possible riot at Occupy Oakland
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Oakland braces for strike, marches. Can Occupy protesters close the port?

[link to www.csmonitor.com]

The city of Oakland, Calif., the site of the Occupy Wall Street movement’s worst violence to date, is bracing for a general strike and day of mass action by Occupy Oakland Wednesday, and organizers say they expect a healthy cross section of their community to turn out in support.

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“We have school teachers and students, unionized and nonunionized workers, as well as city workers determined to take the day off or come before work or after work, whatever they can do without losing their jobs,” says media team spokesman Allan Brill.

Occupy Oakland’s plans include a noon march on Wells Fargo Bank, as well as two “convergences” of protesters at 4 and 5 p.m., which will march on the Port of Oakland with the intent of shutting it down for the evening shift.
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A "healthy cross-section" of parasitic scumbags. i hope everyone that participates is fired.
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Maybe now the burning and looting will commence. This show is getting boring.
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Oakland braces for strike, marches. Can Occupy protesters close the port?

[link to www.csmonitor.com]

The city of Oakland, Calif., the site of the Occupy Wall Street movement’s worst violence to date, is bracing for a general strike and day of mass action by Occupy Oakland Wednesday, and organizers say they expect a healthy cross section of their community to turn out in support.

“We have school teachers and students, unionized and nonunionized workers, as well as city workers determined to take the day off or come before work or after work, whatever they can do without losing their jobs,” says media team spokesman Allan Brill.

Occupy Oakland’s plans include a noon march on Wells Fargo Bank, as well as two “convergences” of protesters at 4 and 5 p.m., which will march on the Port of Oakland with the intent of shutting it down for the evening shift.
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