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Forum Post: EVICTION [from....Tranquillity] Occupy Houston

Posted 6 years ago on Feb. 14, 2012, 10 a.m. EST by seshata (40) from Houston, TX
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"Two other notable donations were a parcel of land to the Houston Art League for the founding of a museum, which became the Museum of Fine Arts, and Hermann Square at the site of his childhood home in front of City Hall. He donated this small park, dedicated to his mother, WITH THE STIPULATION THAT HOUSTONIANS BE ABLE TO SLEEP IN IT OVERNIGHT, "undisturbed by the forces of law and order." http://www.houstonhistory.com/citizens/houstonians/history8i.htm

The Camp Logan Riot http://www.facebook.com/peopleofcolor.occupyhouston?ref=tn_tnmn#!/media/set/?set=a.154200574697017.31643.100003212258430&type=1

"With the downtown spring festival season just around the corner, the City of Houston has reinstituted the dawn to dusk limits on activities in TranquilityPark. As a result, those participating in the Occupy Houston encampment have been asked to peacefully pack up their belongings and leave the park..." http://www.facebook.com/MayorAnniseParker

EVICTION [from....Tranquillity] Occupy Houston http://www.facebook.com/MayorAnniseParker#!/media/set/?set=a.156717187778689.32226.100003212258430&type=3

Civil Rights Violations of facilities that served the general public http://www.facebook.com/MayorAnniseParker#!/media/set/?set=a.154465538003854.31685.100003212258430&type=3




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