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Occupy Labor Day - Bay Area Convergence
Date Monday September 02
Time 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location Details
Bradley Manning Plaza
(Justin Herman Plaza - across fr. Ferry Bldg)
San Francisco

Public Transportation: BART (Embarcadero) & SF MUNI
Event Type Other
10:00 a.m. - ON

Everyone welcome!
Children friendly

Time to re-connect, make new connections, share and plan for the future.
-2 Year Gathering of OCCUPY
-Art, Food, Entertainment, Action

Event initiated by OccupySF - Action Council

Planning Meetings: Every Sunday
2:00pm - 4:00pm
215 Golden Gate Ave. (nr. Leavenworth
San Francisco
Added to the calendar on Sunday Aug 18th, 2013 7:22 PM
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by OBAU Sunday Aug 18th, 2013 8:21 PM
§Occupy SF Labor Day convergence
by Karthik Friday Aug 30th, 2013 7:32 PM
OccupyLaborDay Convergence
is coming up Monday Sept. 2!!!
10 am on throughout the day...
This will be amazing... Don't miss it!!!

OccupyLaborDay Convergence
is coming up Monday Sept. 2!!!

Do you miss all your Occupy friends?
Do you miss the charge that is democracy in the streets?
We are all meeting up on Labor Day at Chelsea Manning Plaza (Justin Herman Plaza)
10 am on throughout the day...
This will be amazing... Don't miss it!!!
§Occupy SF Labor Day Convergence
by Karthik Saturday Aug 31st, 2013 11:23 PM
Chelsea Manning Plaza (or Justin Herman Plaza) at Embarcadero.

Occupy Action Council, a coalition of Bay Area Occupy groups that are part of the world wide Occupy Wall Street movement announces their plans for a convergence on Labor Day (September 2nd) 2013. The all-day gathering starts at 11 AM at Chelsea Manning Plaza formerly Bradley Manning Plaza). The location is the rechristened Justin Herman Plaza at San Francisco's Embarcadero. Notable events throughout the day will include a press conference at 1PM, a General Assembly at 3 PM and a march to the Federal Reserve building at 101 Market Stree