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Occupy Oakland: Peace and Prosperity - Is That Too Much to Ask For?

Sunday, October 30, 2011 By Max Eternity, Max Eternity.com | Report
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Max Eternity reports from Occupy Oakland, the scene of a heavy-handed police crackdown earlier this week. 

Max Eternity

Max Eternity is a visionary polymath living and working as an artist, writer, architectural preservationist, historian, social critic, transportation and furniture designer, online publisher, inventor and industrial sculptor. He founded the Eternity Group in 2008, an online publishing, advocacy and design consortium, which includes Puget Sound Prototype.  And he is a contributing author to a college textbook, entitled At Issue: Poverty in America, published by Gale/Cengage (2015). Eternity began writing a new book in 2016, entitled From Bauhaus | To Black Mountain, and he's creating a touring exhibition of his artwork to coincide with the publication of the book and the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, founded in 1919.

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Occupy Oakland: Peace and Prosperity - Is That Too Much to Ask For?

Sunday, October 30, 2011 By Max Eternity, Max Eternity.com | Report
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Max Eternity reports from Occupy Oakland, the scene of a heavy-handed police crackdown earlier this week. 

Max Eternity

Max Eternity is a visionary polymath living and working as an artist, writer, architectural preservationist, historian, social critic, transportation and furniture designer, online publisher, inventor and industrial sculptor. He founded the Eternity Group in 2008, an online publishing, advocacy and design consortium, which includes Puget Sound Prototype.  And he is a contributing author to a college textbook, entitled At Issue: Poverty in America, published by Gale/Cengage (2015). Eternity began writing a new book in 2016, entitled From Bauhaus | To Black Mountain, and he's creating a touring exhibition of his artwork to coincide with the publication of the book and the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, founded in 1919.