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Occupy Wall Street in Northern California: Challenging Economic Injustices in City Centers & Beyond
Date Sunday November 25
Time 9:15 AM - 10:45 AM
Location Details
Unitarian Universalist Breakfast Forum
Martin Luther King Room
First Unitarian Universalist Church, San Francisco
1187 Franklin Street at Geary
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Event Type Speaker
"Occupy Wall Street in Northern California: Challenging Economic Injustices in City Centers, on Campuses, at the Port, on the Farm, and Beyond" with Indybay.org journalist Dave Id. Documentation of the movement's protagonists and antagonists presented through photographs and video (photo below: Occupy the Farm, April, 2012).

Speaker: Dave Id, Documentary Photographer and Indybay Journalist

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by person
Wednesday Nov 21st, 2012 3:36 PM
So move on.
by me
Friday Nov 23rd, 2012 8:20 PM
That last comment is not helpful or informative.

Tangibly, there are foreclosure actions, library actions, and farms actions still going on. There is also Occupy's legacy of having shaped the contemporary zeitgeist on economic inequality.

Even if there were absolutely nothing left but memories, is Occupy not a phenomenon worth historical examination as social movements press forward? Is it wise to not look back at what worked, what didn't, and where things might go from here?