Solidarity Sunday was a national day of protest on January 29, 2012 following the #J28 "Move in day" protest at Occupy Oakland on January 28, 2012 in which as many as 400 protesters were arrested. Occupy Oakland moved to convert a vacant building (Henry Kaiser Convention Center) into a community center to provide education, medical, and housing services for the 99%. Police responded with tear gas, rubber bullets, beanbag rounds and mass arrests.
During an Occupy Wall Street solidarity march for Occupy Oakland in Manhattan Sunday night journalist Tim Pool (one of the independent live-streaming Media Teams was assaulted by what may have been Black bloc affiliated individuals.
Occupy Oakland called for a general strike on May 1, 2012.
- Oakland Solidarity Sunday on Facebook
- Solidarity Sunday – Wear Black Fight Back
- Occupy Wall Street’s ‘Solidarity Sunday’: What Are ‘Black Bloc’ Protesters?
- The OccupyUSA Blog: Special Weekend Edition!
- OWS: Tim Pool's Attacker, Agent Provocateur, WeAreChange Almost Gets Arrested
 References for #28
- After lull, Occupy protest resurfaces in Oakland; hundreds arrested
- Occupy Protesters and Police Clash in Oakland
- Police use teargas on Occupy Oakland protesters – in pictures
- 300 Arrested @ Police Riot - tear gas + flash bang grenades #OccupyOakland protesters #J28
- Oakland police arrest about 300 Occupy protesters
- Occupy Oakland: Arrests may top 400; City Hall vandalized
- OWS:Nationwide Occupy Marches in Solidarity with Oakland Livestream Roundup
- Oakland Police Face Federal Takeover Due To Excessive Force
- Occupy Oakland on Wikipedia.
- Timeline of Occupy Oakland on Wikipedia.
- Oakland police arrest 100 'Occupiers'
- Oakland flag-burning splits, tarnishes Occupy movement