It was Wednesday evening, September 11th, 2013 when the floods first began. What once was a consistent, light rain began consuming the streets, neighborhoods, and mountains of northern Colorado. As a resident of Boulder, I first noticed flooding streets around 10pm when attempting to attend a university function at CU Boulder. I got in my
Posts by: Constance Gordon
Occupy SF is celebrating a victory today after successfully regaining momentum and occupying a vacant building in San Francisco last night. April 1st marked a nation-wide day of action where Occupy camps in over 13 cities reclaimed their right to exist through demonstrations, marches and occupations. Occupy SF, after being forced out of their Embarcadero
As the Occupy encampments continue to grow along the west coast, city officials have been taking action to ensure they do not last long. In just the last week, we’ve seen a heightened increase in policy raids, violence and threats to shut down camps in Oakland, Berkeley, Portland and other locations across the US. Police
Where: Pauley Ballroom on UC Berkeley’s Campus When: Friday, December 2nd at 7pm Cornel West, one of America’s most notable intellectuals, and Carl Dix, one of the founders of the Revolutionary Communist Party, will exchange in a dialogue on UC Berkeley’s campus as part of their nation-wide campus tour. Their talk entitled “In the Age of Obama — Police
ATTN: San Francisco Bay Area!
The International Socialist Organization will be sponsoring a unique conference on Marxism this Saturday, November 5th, from 10am-6pm at UC Berkeley.
Without the cops amassing around the camp threatening people with arrest and violent attack – there would have only been a block party – but the violent police state showed up to smash our party – to foreclose our occupation of the TAS building– they came to reclaim the property of the lenders from the people – which is to say they came to take it from everyone to give it back to no-one.
The stated purpose of the General Strike is as follows: To stand in solidarity with the worldwide Occupy Movement; To end police attacks on our communities; To defend Oakland schools and libraries; To stand against an economic system built on inequality and corporate power that perpetuates racism, sexism and the destruction of the environment