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Anarchist Picnic & Int’l Day Against Police Brutality | Berkeley
Springtime in San Francisco brings tulips and anarchists.
Yes, from March 12-19, 2013, it’s time to shift gears to San Francisco’s other time-honored spring festival – “Eight Days of Anarchy,” an expression of autonomy with over a week of free study groups, film nights, workshops, book readings, symposiums, a picnic and downright mayhem.
Join a potluck picnic and discussion of how best to meet the struggle against the police. Meet between noon and 3pm at Berkeley’s Ohlone Park. Bring food. Bring friends. Bring your ideas.
“The evening of March 15, 2013 will probably involve several marches and actions against police brutality. It’s important for anarchist to understand the history of struggle against the police and why March 15th is the day that anarchists do this. Before that evening, before the anarchist Café, before an evening of jail solidarity, they will meet for a picnic only in Berkeley’s Ohlone Park.”
*Free, but bring a dish to share for the potluck.
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Address: 1701 Hearst Ave, Berkeley, CA
Submitted by Rena Ragimova