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Anticapitalist Bloc Marches Beyond Oakland Occupation on Day Five, 10/14/11: photos, 2 of 2
The first action beyond the perimeter of occupation of Oscar Grant Plaza was held on Day Five. An autonomous anti-capitalist affinity group had announced a rush-hour march through the streets of downtown Oakland -- and at least 200 people answered the call. As planned, the march left the plaza shortly after 4pm, headed to the Oakland jail in a show of solidarity with the second California prisoner hunger strike currently underway, and returned one hour later. These photos are a continuation of the series begun at http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2011/10/15/18693761.php.
[Pictured above: demonstrating in front of the Oakland jail at 7th Street and Clay, banner reads Support Pelican Bay Prisoners' Hunger Strike]
Anticapitalist Bloc Marches Beyond Oakland Occupation on Day Five, 10/14/11: photos, 1 of 2
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And, in time, these police moved across the street and then disappeared all together.