Mia Case 
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Re: “Save Oakland Art

The reason why there is so much interest in Oakland is specifically because of the artist community and history of social activism in the area! If the city officials are looking first towards the money and not towards the long term implications, we should work as a community to vote them out of office and find other candidates more sympathetic to the artist community.

I'd really love to attend an open hall or some type of community forum to hear what they (officials) have to say and would love Oakland Art Murmur to post these events on Facebook so we can collectively make our grievances heard...and if they're not, challenge their role and if they'll last in the next election.

Posted by Mia Case on 02/27/2016 at 11:14 AM

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