Rally Against UC Repression of Wheeler Occupation

This event can also be found on FACEBOOK

Date: Monday, November 23, 2009
Time: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Alameda County Courts
Street: 661 Washington Avenue
City/Town: Oakland, CA

The students faculty and workers of this campus spoke on Thursday, and our voices were heard around the world. We must stand in solidarity with those charged unfairly and it must play a central role in how we move this movement forward.

There will be a RALLY at 12PM on Upper Sproul.
We will be going from there to the court but you can also meet us there.

The court date/info for the 3 people arrested in the early morning is:
Monday, November 23rd
661 Washington Avenue
Oakland, CA 94607
Alameda County Courts
The Time: 2pm
The room: 112

Please BRING all incriminating evidence of the police brutality that occurred on this day to the rally.

*If you were cited or injured during the strike and did not receive media
coverage, here is your chance to have your voice heard! Please show up to the rally on Monday.

If anybody would like to speak at the rally please contact Xochil: xochilfr@berkeley.edu, 858) 752-3145, or Seema: seema.rupani@berkeley.edu

*EVERYONE – here’s what you can do to help:

1.) Meet Monday morning at Sproul beginning at 8am to flier, table and make mass announcements to galvanize support. Bring extra bullhorns!
2.) Print out the attached flier to post up and pass out on campus
3.) Spread the word through text, twitter, and facebook
4.) Make class announcements on Monday morning

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2 responses to “Rally Against UC Repression of Wheeler Occupation

  1. I feel like I’m missing something…truth be told, I just skimmed through this entry, but…didn’t this event already pass?

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