One of Oakland's favorite pastimes.
We've been called "The Last Refuge of Radical America" by The New York Times, so I guess we have a reputation. Some journalists even wonder whether gentrification will destroy our tradition of protesting (presumably before falling upon their fainting couches out of worry and concern)...or perhaps gentrifrication will energize it.
Grab your helicopter identification guide, listen to the Oakland police radio, help document police misconduct, and get on twitter to follow along with protests from home. (Note: there used to be a number of Oakland livestreamers, but there has been a significant trend away from livestreaming protests since Occupy because people don't want to have the location of the protest or participant faces made public.)