First Occupy anniversary marked in SF

Posted: September 19, 2012 in Living
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A number of groups marked the first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street on Sept. 17, 2012 in San Francisco. Hundreds came out for a rally, march, symbolic debt burning and dinner. Here’s a video I made of the event.

Additionally, here are a number of events I covered over the past year. The day after I was laid off was the Nov. 2 Port of Oakland shutdown organized by the emerging Occupy Oakland, and instead of sitting around bummed I went out to be a reporter no matter who paid me. Later I got hired for awhile by the Communication Workers of America-The Newspaper Guild on a special assignment around the movement where I mostly wrote and took photos. So in the spirit of 1980s sitcom flashback episodes, and an excuse to compile these since I didn’t have a blog back then, enjoy these recycled stories. We can say it’s sustainable or something. Additionally, you can click on the photos on this blog and see more photos through my flickr account.

UPDATE-Some of these links no longer work. I left the headlines up so I could remember being there. If the original copy comes up I’ll find a way to post it.

May Area May Day Protest Action Marred by Pockets of Non-Occupy Violence 

April 26 SF takes to the streets, and inside Wells Fargo

April Fighters Occupy Wells Fargo Shareholders Meeting

April Kick Off 99% Spring Training Sessions

April Church Authorizes Police Eviction of OccupySF

April Occupies Vacant Building Owned by Catholic Church

March Oakland to Host Saturday Neighborhood Barbeques

March 21-Occupy fighters in San Francisco may be getting help from the city for their cause

March Mayor Welcomes Occupy, Education Marchers

March Education March at Richmond

March Education Marching to Sacramento

March Protests Boiling Over as Marchers Head to Sacramento


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