An Illustrated History of Occupy Oakland
The camp may be gone, but Occupy Oakland lives on.
Yesterday marked Oakland's first day in six weeks without an Occupy encampment—the camps were peacefully cleared last weekend by the city's embattled government after weeks of confrontations between demonstrators and police at Frank Ogawa Plaza outside City Hall.
The camp may be gone, but Occupy Oakland lives on. As one man put it as he loaded supplies into a van outside a raided Snow Park at 1:30 a.m. Monday morning, "This isn't the end of the occupation—it's just the end of phase one."