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City Hall
Santa Rosa  California
United States
Founded: 
October 15, 2011

Occupy Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa CA US
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Additional site: http://osrga.net/ for forums and further discussion.

map marking the location of Occupy Santa Rosa

OccupyWallStreet solidarity protest in Santa Rosa, CA. Sixth largest #OWS event in the USA on 10/15/2011 :) #Solidarity to all Occupiers!

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OWS SOLIDARITY PROTEST SINCE 10/15/2011

For our GA schedule, actions, events, news, and more, visit our websites:
www.occupysantarosa, www.osrga.net

Please follow both our Twitter accounts for more info, updates, etc.!
http://twitter.com/OccupySR, http://twitter.com/OccupySantaRosa

General Assembly: 

Assemblies
Held at Santa Rosa City Hall
Tuesdays at 12:00 noon
Thursdays at 6:00 pm
Saturdays at 2:00 pm
Sundays at 2:00 pm
Held at Santa Rosa Junior College
Mondays at 12:00 noon
Thursdays at 3:00 pm
At General Assembly, we discuss proposals and make decisions using an 85% consensus model. Consensus means that each individual has both an opportunity and a responsibility to voice their truth and participate in the decision-making process. Everyone gets their say, but not everyone gets their way! We use hand signals to make process points and express our excitement or concerns about issues at hand. Approval requires that at least 85% be in support of a decision, and that no more than 15% feel that they cannot live with the decision. A “block” is only used when an individual feels that a proposal violates morality or ethics, and/or would damage the group and the movement if approved. If our facilitation team works well, and everyone is patient and listens well, such strong concerns get hashed out early in the process and blocks are never used! If consensus cannot be reached on a proposal at any given GA, it is handed back to an individual or Working Group for refinement and can be submitted again at a subsequent GA, until consensus is reached.

http://osrga.net/assemblies/