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Oakland’s FTP Street Party at Art Murmur

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August 9, 2012
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By the Oakland Commune , hundreds of Oakland rebels gathered during the monthly first Friday event to take over Telegraph for a rowdy street party with the aim of keeping things uncontrollable, spontaneous, bad for local developers and capitalists, subversive and fun. In recent weeks, the city administration and local business district...
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M1: Progress Brewing, Police Brutality Growing Stale

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May 3, 2012
M1: Progress Brewing, Police Brutality Growing Stale

This story is part of our feature about the many protest events on May 1, 2012. Visit the feature page to see more. by Rochelle The day began new–new blood infused into the Occupy Movement in the form of student protests outside of Portland Public School headquarters to highlight the financial inequities compromising youth...
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 17th – January 19th

January 19, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: Showdown looms in Longview | nwLaborPress Daily Kos: Occupy San Diego:Arrested for Felony Conspiracy January 16th, 2012 – Portland Marches To Honor MLK Day « What They’re Feeding Me Occupy Nation Occupy Congress protests at Capitol
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 13th — 15th

January 15, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: The 1 Percent Paint a More Nuanced Portrait of the Rich – NYTimes.com Bank of America ATM — Social Design Notes Article: An Oral History of Occupy Wall Street | Politics | Vanity Fair
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 10th — January 12th

January 12, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: Article: Global unrest: how the revolution went viral | World news | The Guardian NBC Politics – ‘Tea and Occupy’ — a discussion/debate between members of the two movements naijablog: The Fuel Subsidy Removal Protests for Dummies Occupy Wall Street: Why Now? What’s Next? |...
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 8th through January 9th

January 9, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: Portland Marches To Save The Postal Service « What They’re Feeding Me Occupy Albany settles in, rents office space – WSJ.com Occupy D.C. gives way to romance – The Washington Post ‘Occupy Nigeria’ emerges ahead of mass strike – CSMonitor.com
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 7th through January 8th

January 8, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: Linguists name ‘occupy’ as 2011′s word of the year – CNN.com Jason Fitzgerald: Ask Not What Occupy Wall Street Will Do Next; Ask How We Will Change The Status Quo Raoul Vaneigem: What’s Free is the Absolute Weapon – Infoshop News ‘Wild Old Women’ Close...
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 4th through January 6th

January 6, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: My Student, the ‘Terrorist’ – The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education – H.R. 3166: Enemy Expatriation Act (GovTrack.us) – Sunday, January 8th: March To Save The USPS, Support Unions and Fight Privatization « What They’re Feeding Me – Occupy group says 1,600...
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Occupier Reading List for January 3rd through January 4th

January 4, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: After Iowa vote, questions mount about Occupy movement’s impact on presidential campaign – The BRAD BLOG : Occupying the Rose Parade’s TV Audience With Anything but Occupy Wall Street Marchers – Montana High Court Says ‘Citizens United’ Does Not Apply In Big Sky State |...
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Elsewhere in Occupy for December 31st – January 2nd

January 2, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: #Riot: Self-Organized, Hyper-Networked Revolts—Coming to a City Near You | Magazine – The writer of this article seems to favor the view that all large gatherings are mobs. What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland’s School Success – Anu Partanen – National – The Atlantic –...
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