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Latinos of Occupy Oakland
Unlike Occupy Los Angeles where ranchero music rings out at night, the Latinos in Occupy Oakland are a more compact but no less determined group. 
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November 13: Suzy Hernández at the Occupy Oakland's encampment.  

(Francisco Barradas)

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November 14: José Sandoval (blue shirt) marching to reoccupy the Frank Ogawa Plaza. 

(Francisco Barradas)

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María Jiménez at the encampment the Frank Ogawa Plaza, the day before the police dismantled the Occupy Oakland's encampment.

(Francisco Barradas)

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November 14: Oakland Police Department received support from seven law enforcement agencies to evict the occupiers of Frank Ogawa Plaza, in Oakland's downtown. After that, personal of the Public Works Agency start cleaning the place.  

(Francisco Barradas)

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November 13: Occupy Oakland encampment. 

(Francisco Barradas)

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(Francisco Barradas)

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November 13: Día de los Muertos altar at the Occupy Oakland encampment.

(Francisco Barradas)

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November 13: Día de los Muertos altar at the Occupy Oakland encampment.

(Francisco Barradas )

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November 13: Día de los Muertos altar at the Occupy Oakland encampment.

(Francisco Barradas )

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November 13: Día de los Muertos altar at the Occupy Oakland encampment.

(Francisco Barradas )

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November 10: Memorial for Kayode Ola Foster, 25, who was fatally shot at Frank Ogawa Plaza near to the Occupy Oakland encampment. Kayode was living in the encampment.

(Francisco Barradas )

Latinos of Occupy Oakland

Unlike Occupy Los Angeles where ranchero music rings out at night, the Latinos in Occupy Oakland are a more compact but no less determined group. 

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