At the UC-Berkeley General Assembly meeting of 11/12/11, the following demands were voted on and passed as the demands of the University-wide strike that has been called for Tuesday, November 15, 2011:
Respect free speech, including the right to set up tents
Immediate resignation of Robert J. Birgeneau, George Breslauer, Harry Le Grande, and UCPD Chief Mitch Celaya. Democratic election of their replacements by students, faculty, and staff.
No use of force on protests on campus.
Charge the police responsible for brutalizing protesters.
Amnesty for all protesters. No criminal or Code of Conduct charges.
Make UC Berkeley a sanctuary campus for all undocumented people. Pass the UC-wide Dream Act.
Equal benefits and retirement security for all unionized UC workers.
Reverse the fee hikes, cuts, and layoffs to at least their 2009 levels.
Refund public education and public services: Tax the banks and billionaires. Repeal Prop 13.
Full implementation of affirmative action. Overturn Prop. 209.
8AM-5PM OPEN UNIVERSITY
All day open university activities (teach-outs, workshops, public readings, installations, etc.) at Sproul Plaza and surrounding areas. List your event at http://bit.ly/occupycal
Mass convergence at Psroul Hall and formal inauguration of day-long open university.
NOON-2PM TEACH-OUTS on Sproul Plaza
Against police violence and other, related forms of violence, including dispossession, privatization, and debt.
Starting at Sproul to Berkeley High and City College
5PM MASS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON SPROUL
Occupy Cal requests that all classes be cancelled or held at Sproul or surrounding areas.
FOR TEXT ALERTS: Text “follow caloccupation” to 40404
BAMN is a mass, democratic, integrated, national organization dedicated to building a new mass civil rights movement to defend affirmative action,integration, and the other gains of the civil rights movement of the 1960s and to advance the struggle for equality in American society by any means necessary.