What is Occupy Santa Cruz?

We gather together as Occupy Santa Cruz in solidarity with the worldwide Occupy Movement. We are individuals committed to promoting justice. We have no leaders. We recognize the right of ALL voices to be heard: our diversity is a source of strength. We present a united front in our non-violent approach to addressing the problems we face and generating solutions beneficial to all. Please join us in creating a better world.

Occupy Santa Cruz General Assembly

Saturdays       5PM  US Post Office (steps) , 850 Front Street.

Online Discussions for Occupy Santa Cruz





Event with Journalist Chris Hedges

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ZIM Ship Arrived Sat 27Sep2014

Tweets at https://twitter.com/StopZIMOak


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Stop the ZIM Shanghai Sat27Sep2014

ACTION ALERT — ZIM Ship Arriving Early

West Oakland
BART Station

1451 7th Street / Oakland, CA 94607


Saturday, September 27 at 5:00am in PDT
FRIDAY, September 26 at 5:00PM

End the Siege of Gaza! 

Picket the Zim Shanghai Starting
September 27th, 2014 at the Port of Oakland!

Please come to a sustained community and labor activist picket beginning on September 27th to stop the Zim Shanghai from unloading or loading any cargo – from when it arrives in Oakland until it leaves.


Fight Back in Peoples Park


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Beer Not Bombs — Thu 11Sep2014

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Red Church Conference

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Occupy SF 3rd Convergence #S20

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Parade for the #SC11 Santa Cruz Eleven

Today at 4PM on Pacific Avenue

Parade for the SC11

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#BlockTheBoat Transportation from Santa Cruz

Block The Boat for Gaza

Get on the 11:45AM Highway 17 Express Bus

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From: https://twitter.com/BlockTheBoat

BlockTheBoatForGaza ‏@BlockTheBoat
Our organizing is working! Ship delayed. Come out to W. #Oakland BART 3PM Sat NOT 5AM to #BlockTheBoat!!! #StealThisTweet #BlastThis

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Block The Boat — Port of Oakland


Stop Israel at the Port!

Block the Israeli Zim Ship at the Port of Oakland

Saturday, August 16th


Endorsed by the OSF Action Council


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