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Title: Oakland Critical MASS
START DATE: Friday February 06
TIME: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location Details:
Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland City Hall, 13th and Broadway
Event Type: Critical Mass
Like every first friday, oakland critical mass will be happening at 6pm at Frank Ogawa Plaza. This month's ride is sure to be met with police repression given the current state of affairs in oakland. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! afterwards we will all go to Art Murmur and have fun!

Bring your bikes and prepare to ride! Ride fast, talk slow!



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by rallier
Wednesday Feb 4th, 2009 5:08 PM
Enough is Enough!
A March of Stolen Lives

End Police Murder Now! Justice For Oscar Grant!
by rider
Wednesday Feb 4th, 2009 11:02 PM
UNITE ON BIKES AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY!!!

Critical Mass is a bicycle demonstration that takes place in cities around the world, and means different things to different people. The 1st Friday of the month is Oakland’s Critical Mass. This one is especially significant, as it falls amidst the court dates of over 120 protesters who were arrested [during the Jan 7 & 14 uprisings in Downtown Oakland] for their justified expression of outrage at the police execution of Oscar Grant. Please come out and show support & bike solidarity in the fight for justice for Oscar Grant, and for past, present, and further victims of police brutality. Meet at 6:00pm, Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland City Hall, 14th & Broadway. Fucking bring it!

[Please also come support those wrongfully criminalized and arrested during the protests. Two important court dates are on Fri 2/6 & Mon 2/9 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm, at Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse, 661 Washington St.]
by PwnMan!
Friday Feb 6th, 2009 6:13 PM
So much for critical mass! There are 300 police at Frank Ogawa Plaza and Motorcycle officers patrolling downtown in at least five squads of four bikes.

FAIL