Posts Tagged ‘ occupy tampa ’

1 Year Later, Provocateurs Still Targeting Tampa Activists

July 23, 2013
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1 Year Later, Provocateurs Still Targeting Tampa Activists

Last year, numerous provocateurs and infiltrators popped up in the run-up to the 2012 RNC in Tampa to cause trouble and divide activist communities, which led to us publishing this article. While much of the danger of that situation has passed, provocateurs are still creating problems for Tampa activists. Most recently, notorious provocateur Al...

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Loads of Press Links from the Tampa World Gathering

September 13, 2012
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Strange how so many groups with good messages did not take the opportunity to come to Tampa this summer – Food Not Bombs certainly benefited greatly from the hordes of under-stimulated press that descended on West Florida from all over the world. In case you missed them, here’s some highlights: Just one of a...

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FNB vs. RNC!

September 11, 2012
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FNB vs. RNC!

What an epic time was had at the Food Not Bombs World Gathering – with representatives from all over Florida, other states, and even a couple from other countries contributing to an amazing time. While thousands of people seemed to forget all about the Republican National Convention, FNB’ers and Occupiers toughed it out for...

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In Just 7 Days – The 2012 World Gathering!

August 14, 2012
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Final preparations are all this weekend at Voice of Freedom Park with Occupy Tampa for the FNB World Gathering, to take place the 20th-26th in Tampa! The Official Food Not Bombs 2012 World Gathering Schedule Monday, August 20th 10 am | Brunch @ Voice of Freedom Park 11 am | Workshop: Central Activist Issues in...

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Media Using Suspected Police Informants to Smear Tampa FNB & Occupy Activists

June 25, 2012
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Media Using Suspected Police Informants to Smear Tampa FNB & Occupy Activists

As the days move closer to the Food Not Bombs World Gathering and the March on the Republican National Convention, mainstream media attention on the planning for these events in Tampa has significantly increased. However rather than focus on people who are facilitating the sharing of food for thousands of people or peaceful demonstrations,...

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