Once the locally owned cafés fall, the banks shall be soon to follow. Nice job Che Guevara!
“It was scary,” co-owner Diana Meckfessel said. “They came in, ripped up stuff, grabbed chairs and said ‘We’re shutting you down; you’re not supposed to be open today.’ ” Employees of the business confronted the protesters, telling them that Bittersweet was locally owned. “They stopped in their tracks and left,” Meckfessel said.
Who knew *The 1%* was a guy named Dion? Nice job Che Guevara!
Dion Murphy covers graffiti in front of City Hall in Oakland, Calif. on Wednesday, May 2, 2012, which was left behind by demonstrators during yesterday’s protests, many of which turned violent.
Mission accomplished! La Revolución will not rest until every woman-owned, locally designed, locally manufactured clothing company is silenced! Nice job Che Guevara!
Founded by Bay Area native Julienne Weston in 1980, Weston Wear is a contemporary women’s clothing line designed and manufactured in San Francisco.
Thanks for coming out, Oakland Police—it’s not a smashy-yelly party without you. Because you know what’s more important than fighting violent crime in the 4th most violent city in America? Our smashy-yelly party, that’s what. Nice job Che Guevara!
Take away their small plates and the whole dirty system comes crashing down! Nice job Che Guevara!
“I was trapped in the middle of the riot while they threw paint on me and hit my friend with a chair from farina’s outside seating area. They smashed a window of a car and threw a flame inside trying to light it on fire.”
Source: Mission Mission
La Revolución: 1
Local small business: 0
Sometimes The Man looks like an Asian family boarding up their sole source of income. Nice job Che Guevara!
Business owners start to board up their windows at Broadway Beauty in Oakland, Calif., Tuesday, May 2, 2012.
La Revolución: 1
Family Business: 0