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A Visual History of Occupy Oakland (Five-Part Series)

By Susie Cagle, Truthout | Graphic Journalism
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From the tents and the tear gas to the foreclosure defense and port shutdowns, this five-part series explores a visual history of Oakland's occupation, consistently called the "most militant" branch of the Occupy movement in the country.

- Susie Cagle

Part One: Occupy Oakland, An Illustrated History

Occupy Oakland, An Illustrated History

Part Two: When Oakland Is Under Attack, What Do We Do?

When Oakland Is Under Attack, What Do We Do?

Part Three: Reclaiming the Commons

When Oakland Is Under Attack, What Do We Do?

Susie Cagle

Susie Cagle is a graphic journalist. She has written and drawn for theAtlantic.com, GOOD, American Prospect, AlterNet, the Awl, In These Times, Campus Progress, Cartoon Movement and many others on Occupy, crisis pregnancy centers, loan bubbles, and more. See more of her work at thisiswhatconcernsme.com and follow her on Twitter at @susie_c.

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A Visual History of Occupy Oakland (Five-Part Series)

By Susie Cagle, Truthout | Graphic Journalism
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From the tents and the tear gas to the foreclosure defense and port shutdowns, this five-part series explores a visual history of Oakland's occupation, consistently called the "most militant" branch of the Occupy movement in the country.

- Susie Cagle

Part One: Occupy Oakland, An Illustrated History

Occupy Oakland, An Illustrated History

Part Two: When Oakland Is Under Attack, What Do We Do?

When Oakland Is Under Attack, What Do We Do?

Part Three: Reclaiming the Commons

When Oakland Is Under Attack, What Do We Do?

Susie Cagle

Susie Cagle is a graphic journalist. She has written and drawn for theAtlantic.com, GOOD, American Prospect, AlterNet, the Awl, In These Times, Campus Progress, Cartoon Movement and many others on Occupy, crisis pregnancy centers, loan bubbles, and more. See more of her work at thisiswhatconcernsme.com and follow her on Twitter at @susie_c.