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Inside the UC Occupations Guerilla Film Screening: Everything Belongs to Everybody
by dave id
Tuesday Nov 24th, 2009 4:15 AM
On November 23rd, several short features from various UC Days of Action protests and occupations were projected onto a wall at the entrance to UC Berkeley's Wheeler Hall, site of a student occupation on November 20th, 2009. The guerrilla screening included scenes from actions at UCLA, UCSC, and UCB. Video from the UCSC occupation of Kerr Hall and the UCB occupation of Wheeler Hall are included here.
Guerilla Film Screening: Everything Belongs to Everybody
§UCSC Occupation of Kerr Hall - November 19th-22nd, 2009
by dave id Tuesday Nov 24th, 2009 4:15 AM
(video 3:44)

UC Santa Cruz Students Occupy Administration Building
§UCB Occupation of Wheeler Hall - November 20th, 2009
by dave id Tuesday Nov 24th, 2009 4:15 AM
(video 13:06)

DEMOCRACY NOW! Extended Director's Cut
(tighter version with voiceover to be included in today's show - 11/24/09)

Days of Action Against the Tuition Hikes (includes statewide actions)
§DEMOCRACY NOW! feature on Wheeler Occupation
by dave id Tuesday Nov 24th, 2009 9:39 AM
As UC Berkeley Investigates Police Brutality Against Students Protesting Fee Hikes, a Report From Inside the Takeover of Wheeler Hall

The University of California, Berkeley is investigating allegations of police brutality against students and workers protesting fee hikes and budget cuts last week. 40 students were arrested Friday night after campus police entered Wheeler Hall, which the students had taken over earlier in the day. The students were part of a statewide movement protesting the UC Board of Regents decision to raise tuition by 32 percent. Independent journalist Brandon Jourdan, who was embedded with the students inside the occupied building on Friday, files a report for Democracy Now!
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won't come out.Tuesday Nov 24th, 2009 6:12 AM