Tue Nov. 15 Open University Strike at UCB supported by Occupy Oakland March

13 11 2011

UPDATE 3:  Open University Schedule of classes! (pdf)

UPDATE 2:  (Announced on KPFA’s Letters and Politics this morning 11/14) Occupy Cal plans to do new encampment Tues 11/15, subject to confirmation vote at 5pm mass GA.  Also, economics faculty Robert Reich has moved his Mario Savio Memorial Lecture outdoors to the Mario Savio Steps in front of Sproul Hall, 8pm Tues, in support of Occupy Cal.

UPDATE 1: New York Times: “Occupy Wall Street Protesters Shifting to College Campuses,” 11/14/11

As city officials around the country move to disband Occupy Wall Street encampments amid growing concerns over health and public safety, protesters have begun to erect more tents on college campuses.

Over the weekend, members of the protest group Occupy Cal gathered tents and tarps to rebuild their camp. They have called for a general strike and a mass camp-out at all 10 University of California campuses, 23 state university campuses and 112 community college campuses, starting Tuesday.

Open University Strike flyer

Click for facebook Event Page

Endorsed by: Occupy Cal, UC Berkeley Faculty Association, UCSF Faculty Association, UC Davis Faculty Association, UC San Diego Faculty Association, UC Council of Faculty Associations, AFSCME 3299, ACCE, California Nurses Association, Communities for a New California, UAW Local 2865, UAW 4123, UC-AFT, Berkeley Org. for Animal Advocacy, Students for Hip Hop, Occupy Stanford, M.E.N.D.

Nov-15-posters pdf

Open University Strike Poster w/Schedule of Events (pdf)

Occupy Oakland General Strike 11.04.port_.SISEMORE-620x398

Click to read Daily Cal: "Occupy Oakland to march to support UC Berkeley general strike." The group plans to meet in Ogawa-Grant Plaza — in Oakland at 2:30 p.m. to march down Telegraph Avenue for the 5 p.m. general assembly Tuesday. (Photo: Rashad Sisemore/Daily Cal)

Public Education Coalition:

Call for Open University Strike and Solidarity Actions on November 15th

Why Strike?

OO March to Support Strike at UC Berkeley

Support Occupy Cal and its fight against police brutality and the privatization of the UC system.

“We must recognize that the very same OPD officers and Sheriffs who attacked us here were sent only a few days later to brutalize people at Berkeley. And, once they are finished at Berkeley, they will return to attack us again. Furthermore, in one of its very first decisions, Occupy Oakland agreed to support all strikes in the Bay Area, including student strikes.”

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14 11 2011
asiansart

New York Times: “Occupy Wall Street Protesters Shifting to College Campuses,” 11/14/11
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/14/us/occupy-wall-street-protests-shifting-to-college-campuses.html

As city officials around the country move to disband Occupy Wall Street encampments amid growing concerns over health and public safety, protesters have begun to erect more tents on college campuses.

Over the weekend, members of the protest group Occupy Cal gathered tents and tarps to rebuild their camp. They have called for a general strike and a mass camp-out at all 10 University of California campuses, 23 state university campuses and 112 community college campuses, starting Tuesday.

14 11 2011
asiansart

UPDATE 2: (Announced on KPFA’s Letters and Politics this morning 11/14) Occupy Cal voted to do new encampment Tues 11/15, subject to confirmation vote at 5pm mass GA.
http://www.dailycal.org/2011/11/11/occupy-cal-general-assembly-votes-to-set-up-encampment-tuesday/

Also, economics faculty Robert Reich has moved his Mario Savio Memorial Lecture outdoors to the Mario Savio Steps in front of Sproul Hall, 8pm Tues, in support of Occupy Cal.
http://www.berkeleydailyplanet.com/issue/2011-11-12/article/38804

14 11 2011
asiansart

UPDATE 3: Open University Schedule of classes! (pdf)
http://berkeleycuts.org/wp-content/uploads/Open-University-Schedule-Prelim.pdf

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