Occupy SFSU will hold teach-ins on what you can do to help keep the bookstore non-profit. The first is Wednesday, April 18th at Noon. For those who can’t make it, there will be another one on Monday, April 23rd at 2 pm. Download the flyer here.
Occupy SFSU will be tabling on campus this upcoming week from 10am to 2 pm. We’ll be circulating a petition to keep a for-profit corporation from taking over our bookstore. If you’d like to sign-up for a shift tabling, contact email@example.com. If you’d like to circulate the petition in one of your classes, download it here.
Create a long term strategy group (PASSED).
Bring student groups together to organize for May 1st starting after spring break (Passed).
Current List of Workgroups:
Outreach (Meet Weds. @ 11 am in Malcolm X, contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Visual Communications (Meet Tues. @ 6 pm in Cafe 101, contact VizComm@occupysfsu.org)
Long Term Strategy (Watch for doodle poll, contact LongtermStrategy@occupysfsu.org)
Experimental College (in association with occupysfsu)
1st Annual Women’s Conference (SFSU) Sat. 9am-5pm
Occupy Education Party: 8 PM, 2424 Haste St Apt A15
Berkeley, CA (Be there or be square!)
BBQ/Yard Sale: Sat. 12-3 or 4 at Dolores Park
Radical Campus Newspaper Meeting Fri @ Noon in library
Occupy Monsanto March 16th
Charges being filed against Nov. 9th Occupy Cal Protesters who were beaten by police with batons (the incident where students were jabbed with batons) the first solidarity event is Monday at Noon.
Sequence of events
10:30 OSFSU meets at Malcolm X Plaza for set up
11:00 Walkout/SQE activities start
12:00 rally @ Malcolm X Plaza
Donna and Lalo speaking splitting talking points (mic check all OSFSU goes on stage with her, we will try to get Lalo to speak also)) PASSED UNANIMOUSLY
12:30 SQE march to reclaim university and OSFSU Leaving for CCSF at Via Passenger van Marchers taking Bart to Oakland/ Other taking van to Civic Center
2:00 people at sfsu leave for civic center from 19th and Holloway via Muni and people at ccsf leave for civic center via van and Bart
3:00 teach-in at the state building
4:00 rally at civic center
6:00 Van leaving Civic Center from Larkin and Fulton to San Pablo (where marcher settle)
Role information and bottom liners
March coordination- Kelly
Police liaison- if anything happens send police over to lalo.
clean up- Jordan running cleanup group (need contact info)
Flier and sign-up contact Terence, table with petitions/info and OSFSU zine outreach pamphlet, Terence can train for sign up sheets. materials: millionaires tax signature collection, oil extraction tax signature collection, march 5th flyers, bus sign up forms, occupysfsu sign up, zine promotional/outreach pamphlet
Join Occupy SFSU for the National Day of Action in defense of education and social services on March 1st. Walkout of class at 11 AM and join us at Malcolm X Plaza.
There will be afternoon events taking place at Civic Center: facebook event.
There will be a March from Oakland to Sacramento: facebook event.
On March 5th students, teachers, and activists from across the state will converge in Sacramento for an occupation of the state capitol. Join us! facebook event. Sign up for a bus from SFSU to Sacramento here: bus signup.
Want to Occupy the State Capitol? Sign up here to find out how: Sign Up for March 5, 2012
For more information on the March 1-8 week of action visit OccupyEducationCA.org
Here is a link to the full minutes: Jan. 25 Minutes.
Major Decisions (in brief):
-Doodle Poll to set permanent GA time closes Friday, here is link: Doodle Poll. GA’s will be held in front of the library (inside if raining).
-Occupy SFSU authorizes Education Committee to work with Experimental College (ExCo), and post ExCo events on Occupy SFSU Calendar.
-Occupy SFSU endorses March 1 and 5 days of action
-Occupy SFSU supports Occupy CCSF Feb. 7 encampment and party
-Camp maintenance and welcoming workgroup dissolved
-Friday action against bank tabling endorsed
The daytime photos are from Dec. 20, the afternoon before the camp was taken down. The night photos are from the Dec. 16 General Assembly.
Photos by Terence Yancey