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Occupy Albuquerque | The Death of our First Amendment Oct 29 2011

Occupy / (un) Occupy Albuquerque protesters put on a wake today in honor of the death of our First Amendment rights to Free Speech and Peaceful Assembly after the UNM Administration banned the group from protesting on the campus. (more…)

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Occupy Albuquerque Oct 25 2011 | The police move in #occupyburque #ows

 

Photos from Occupy/(un)Occupy Albuquerque taken on the night of October 25th, 2011. After the denial of permit renewal by UNM, the protesters decided to remain on camp in protest. The APD, State Police, and SWAT teams moved in to arrest the protesters and then forced the crowd to the street. The APD then proceeded to mace the crowd in the streets.

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Occupy Albuquerque Oct 8 2011 Day #8

Occupy Albuquerque set up camp, now called Coyote Camp, last Saturday, Oct. 1st, on the UNM (University of New Mexico) campus on the corner of University and Central Ave.  During the past week, the campers have received permission to remain on campus, but needed to relocate to another area due to the elderly trees in the vicinity of the original camp.  The move was peaceful, and the new location actually adds more visibility for the protesters.  Today, Occupy Albuquerque combined efforts with an Anti-War protest as they marched down Central Ave. (more…)

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More photos from Occupy Albuquerque | Oct. 1, 2011

Here are more photos taken from Occupy Albuquerque on Saturday, October 1, 2011.

Occupy Albuquerque was a peaceful success.  Several of us arrived early to begin setting up, and very quickly many more joined.  At one point in time, we counted 197 people – and then, almost at the blink of an eye, the numbers nearly doubled.  Albuquerque sidewalks are rather narrow – this is a sleepy desert town – and as the crowd swelled, there was little place else to go but step in the streets.  (more…)

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