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With blue skies on a warm and breezy Saturday afternoon in Dolores Park, anti-authoritarians gathered for May Day. Several organizations tabled while others sunned and socialized. UA in the Bay put on several skits and reenactments including a history of anarchism, the Oscar Grant rebellions of January 2009, and the pieing of Lierre Keith at this year's Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair. There was a traditional Maypole celebration with dancers young and old, ribbons, and live music. Afterwards, a couple hundred people with mobile sound systems marched off for a Reclaim The Streets party that roamed and danced through San Francisco. The RTS concluded between 16th and 15th on Mission Street at a short-lived occupation of a vacant public school.
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