Outreach Archive

The demonstration was modeled on Occupy Oakland’s successful port shut down and general strike on November 2nd.

Over a thousand people wound their way through Oakland, including around Lake Merritt, before stopping to set up a new occupation in the park and empty lot.

Dozens of people participated in an informational social gathering and barbecue hosted by the Save the Knoll Coalition at Grant Street Park in Santa Cruz.

About twenty people rallied and marched in downtown Santa Cruz in solidarity with prisoners at Pelican Bay who have ended their hunger strike and declared it a success!

On March 19 in Santa Cruz, dozens of people rallied at the Town Clock to protest the eighth anniversary of the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq.

On March 13, Santa Cruz anarchists organized a family-friendly BBQ in Grant Street Park “for a world without police.”

More than a hundred people united in Santa Cruz, along with cities across the nation, to demonstrate their disgust with systemic violence against women.

A small group converged at the Town Clock to show support for Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks.

Santa was hanging out in downtown Santa Cruz offering hugs, hot cocoa, cookies, conversation and warm clothing to passers-by.

On July 3, a busy pre-holiday afternoon in downtown Santa Cruz, numerous stores were displaying a declaration printed by local homeless rights advocates.