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Title: Occupy Santa Cruz Celebrates One Year!!
START DATE: Friday October 05
TIME: 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location Details:
Laurel Street Park
(Behind Louden Nelson Center)
Event Type: Screening
Come celebrate!! Occupy Santa Cruz is one of the few groups in the country who still meet and host monthly events. OSC also hosted one of the longest lasting encampments of the movement.

We have 2 NIGHTS OF CELEBRATION!

Thursday October 4:
Occupy Themed Open Mic at Subrosa Cafe
7:30pm sign-up, 8pm Start.

Friday October 5:
Celebrate in the park where OSC was born!
Laurel St. Park (behind Louden Nelson)

5pm Potluck & Spaghetti Feed
6pm General Assembly
8pm GUERILLA DRIVE-IN and OSC host the film:
"What Are You Doing Here? Inside Occupy Santa Cruz"
A film by Brent Adams
Bring warm clothing and a blanket or lowback chairs.

If you'd like to help with the event please attend OSC's General Assembly Sunday 2pm Post Office Steps or contact Brent at brent [at] subcommondante.com

Please copy this event and fliers and post them to your wall and around your neighborhood
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by Robert Norse
Thursday Sep 27th, 2012 4:47 PM
http://occupysf.org/2012/09/27/occupysfs-federal-reserve-demonstration-raided/

I'm expecting a call-in from some Occupy SF survivors tonight around 6 PM on FRSC (101.3 FM & http://tunein.com/radio/FRSC-s47254/ ) 30-40 were arrested under 647e up there, according to a report from Jesse and Jennifer (who got lots of anti-homeless tickets here in the last few months and went north).

Their property was seized and transported to a different site; the arrests were made without warning--according to the report above. S.F. has been one of the longest standing Occupy's, often mentioned by Food Not Bombs activist Keith McHenry as an example of one of the several Occupy's that haven't been driven away and have continued round-the-clock presence.

The show will be archived at http://www.radiolibre.org/brb/brb120927.mp3 .
by Robert Norse
Thursday Sep 27th, 2012 9:47 PM
The Occupy call didn't come through, but if I get a future report, I'll pass it on.