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Pagan Cluster at Occupy Wall Street West
January 20, 2012 - San Francisco
Bay Area Pagan Cluster activists joined the January 20, 2012 Occupy Wall Street West action and helped shut down key sites around the San Francisco financial district.
The Pagan Cluster and friends focused on local Chevron offices at 345 California Street, creating a banner that exactly blocked the office doors.
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Pagan Cluster photos from Chevron Action - Occupy Wall Street West
Pagan Cluster activists created a 15-foot banner for the action. Initially, the cluster gathered out near the sidewalk and leafletted passersby.
Friends check in.
On a signal, the cluster moved from the sidewalk to block the front door to the office building, which houses Chevron and other financial district pffices.
The blockaders quickly established their presence.
Once in place, the banner blocked the four front doors.
Conversations with Chevron employees and building security occasionally got heated, but security declined to call police, who in any case had their hands full at other sites.
Pagan Cluster activists protested at Chevron for about an hour, then rejoined the main protest. No one was arrested at the Pagan Cluster action.
Strategically wheat-pasted leaflets carried details of the action. Note banner in background.
Equity - Justice - Love. Sign created by Pagan Cluster activist.
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Luke Hauser (aka George Franklin) is a freelance parajournalist in the service of the Goddess and planetary revolution. His photo-filled book Direct Action is an historical novel about Bay Area protests.
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