Occupy San Diego is a social movement started in October 2011 in solidarity with New York City's Occupy Wall Street movement. Like Occupy Wall Street, Occupy San Diego is making our voices heard on issues of structural economic inequality, homelessness and home foreclosure, political corruption, institutionalized racism, LGBT struggles, freedom of speech, freedom of information and culture -- the list is truly endless.
Occupy Sandy: There is an ongoing effort by Occupiers and others in our community helping those in need in the area devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Three have gone back for an extended stay to help rehabilitate damged homes, Others are involved here, getting some needed supplies shipped and more. To get involved, go to the Occ Sandy SoCal Effort Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/occupysandysocalrelief/. A link for much needed donations for the Occ Sandy effort are under the "Contribute" menu item.
SanDiegoOccupy.org, operated by the OccupySD Media Committee, serves as a digital home base where occupiers can keep up-to-date on events and actions, working groups can discuss and organize those actions, and we can all get to know each other and share solidarity 24/7 when life prevents us from keeping our boots on occupied ground. If you're new to the site, feel free to browse our blogs, discussion forums, and all the rest of the site as we continue to expand.
Solidarity Forever! Occupation makes us strong!