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Nationwide Support for Occupy Oakland; Solidarity Demonstrations in Dozens of Cities
WHEN THEY ATTACK ONE OF US
On Saturday, Occupy Oakland moved to convert a vacant building into a community center to provide education, medical, and housing services for the 99%. Police responded with tear gas, rubber bullets, beanbag rounds and mass arrests. The State has compounded its policy of callous indifference with a ruthless display of violent repression. The Occupy movement will respond, as we have always responded: with an overwhelming show of collective resistance. Today, we take to the streets. Across the country, we will demonstrate our resolve to overcome repression, and to continue to build a better world grounded in love and solidarity for one another. All eyes on all Occupies.
CALL TO ACTION : SOLIDARITY SUNDAY
Sunday, January 29th – 7:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Check your local Occupation for convergence points.
Washington Square Park 7PM
Copley Square 7PM
Love Park 7PM
McPherson Square 7PM
HQ – Jackson & LaSalle 7PM
Macarthur Park 5PM PST
JFK Memorial 6PM CT
Justice Center 4PM PST
Voice of Freedom Park 7PM
Superbowl Village 6PM
NEW HAVEN, CT
Joining NYC march via train. Washington Square Park 7PM
City Hall 7PM
Light Show! I-55 near high street. 5:30PM (Livestream)
DES MOINES, IA
3pm today more than 100 members of Occupy Des Moines set up an occupy encampment at People’s Park at the Iowa State Capitol in solidarity with Occupy Oakland, Occupy Wall Street. Police repression likely at 11pm when park closes.
Hollywood & Vine, (In Front of Hollywood & Vine red line Train Station) 4:00 PM PST
VAG Steps, 7:00PM
American Consulate 7:00PM
Candlelight Vigil at McKeldin Square 7:00PM
Rally meets at 7PM at Congress Square (across from the Eastland Hotel)
Massing at 6th and Main street in downtown Tulsa. 7pm central time.
Organizing initiatives are underway in
If your city would like to organize & join in this call to action, email directaction [at] nycga.net