Oakland and the history of Radicaloutionism

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN May 1st, 2012 –- Oakland bay area, home of the Militant radicaloutionists on the front of the revolution. History spells the up-rising of violence in the bay, from the Watts riots of oppression on colored people, to the Berkeley riots igniting on the campuses in the 1960’s. Revolution on the streets isn’t hard …

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Occupy Oakland Briefly Liberates Shuttered Library

On Monday a group of Oakland activists occupied a former library branch building that has long been closed and reopened it. The building in question, which the occupiers named the Victor Martinez Community Library, was originally a part of a Carnegie Foundation endowment of four libraries given to the city of Oakland between 1916 and …

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