Sat 12/17: Occupy Eureka Celebrates OWS 3 Month Birthday with New Free Speech Kiosk

Occupy Eureka invites you to the Humboldt County Courthouse to attend our unveiling of our new information kiosk as we call out for justice and equality for the 99% through the exercise of our first amendment rights. This event is part of a movement-wide call to "re-occupy" in the wake of coordinated attacks and subsequent evictions of occupations across the nation and around the world.

Occupy Wall Street has sparked a national movement that has exposed the moral bankruptcy of an economy of homeless families and vacant homes, crowded classrooms and empty schools, corporate executive bonuses and endless unemployment lines. This weekend -despite ongoing harassment by the Eureka Police Department, Humboldt County Sheriff's Department, Humboldt County Board of Supervisors, Eureka City Council, and the Humboldt District Attorney's Office -we will defy misinterpreted municipal codes and embrace the spirit of the Geneva Convention. We demand the Eureka Police and Humboldt Sheriffs produce LEGAL DOCUMENTATION to justify their relentless attacks on protesters' civil liberties and human rights.

Do the right thing and stand with us as we mark the three-month anniversary of the Occupy Movement and the one-year anniversary of the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi, which sparked the Arab Spring uprising and a global movement for social justice.

Join us at the Eureka Courthouse this Saturday at noon for Occupy Wall Street's three month anniversary celebration. Millions around the globe have taken action to support this movement for economic, environmental, and social justice—now's your chance to join forces with the 99% and be on the winning side of history.


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