Support Occupy Oakland and stop police raids on Occupy camps
  • Petitioned City Councilmember Pat Kernighan

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City Councilmember Pat Kernighan

Support Occupy Oakland and stop police raids on Occupy camps

    1. Petition by

      Kiernan Rok

      Oakland, CA

Oakland City Councilmember Pat Kernighan (District 2) has stated that she supports the ideas of the Occupy Wall Street Movement, yet she has actively opposed local Occupy activities and has backed multiple police raids of Occupy Oakland encampments, resulting in injuries to demonstrators and negative portrayals of our city in the media. We call on Councilmember Kernighan to support Occupy Oakland and prevent future evictions of Occupy camps.

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    • allison cekala PORTLAND, OR
      • over 2 years ago

      I love Oakland!

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    • Jonathan Coleman OAKLAND, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      Councilmember Kernighan,

      I ask that you actively support the Occupy Oakland movement by advocating on its behalf, preventing police violence no matter what, and encouraging a safe Occupy space via city services and council approval.

      Thank you.

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    • Margaret R HAZEL GREEN, AL
      • over 2 years ago

      The only time the police need to be involved is if someone is hurt or someone is being hurt; unfortunately many times it is the police who are doing the hurting.

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    • Lili Shidlovski OAKLAND, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      Dear Councilmember Kernighan,

      Please give active support to Occupy Oakland. Imagine if the City could side with the protesters to make the encampments safe, and show that you are actively with the working and middle class of Oakland!

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    • Eric Rheinheimer OAKLAND, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      I support the 99%.

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