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SF events 9.12
by Scott Munson (PlantTrees [at] aol.com)
Thursday Sep 12th, 2002 3:21 PM
Starhawk: "Webs of Power: Notes from the Global Uprising"
Thu Sep. 12 7:30 pm Berkeley Cody's Books 2454 Telegraph Ave.
94.1 fm http://www.KPFA.org Berkeley M-F 9am DEMOCRACY NOW!
4pm HARD KNOCK RADIO 5pm http://www.FLASHPOINTS.net 6p NEWS

events: http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html

Wednesday: http://www.craigslist.org/sfo/cal/index20020912.html

# Thu 2pm http://www.KPFA.org 94.1fm Caroline Casey Visionary Activist
1pm Herbal Highway

# Thu. Sept. 12 7 pm Questioning 9-11 & the War on Terrorism
"Questioning September 11th and the War on Terrorism" Video Showing and Discussion
Centro Atzlan, 520 So. 2nd St. (between Reed and Williams), San Jose
Call (510) 569-9620 or (408) 885-9785 or email allpeepsco [at] yahoo.com for more information.http://www.bushdidit.org

# Thu Sep. 12 7 pm Berkeley Clean Elections for a Change!
Ecology Center 2530 San Pablo (at Dwight Way) Berkeley
Election time is here again, prompting the question "If every candidate is
required to have bucket loads of corporate and PAC money to compete, does
it really matter which of their stooges I vote for?" "Democracy" becomes
ever more illusory as the electoral system enables these corporate
representatives to make decisions that deeply affect our lives. What are
the consequences? Corporate fraud, the energy crisis, and the
privatization and plundering of our common natural resources, to name a
few. What is being sacrificed? Our health, our ecosystems, our future
generations and our civil rights. Come join Robert Perez from the
California League of Conservation Voters and Gary Krane, Director of the
Fair Elections Speakers Bureau as they discuss "The Reform That Makes All
Others Possible: Publicly Funded Elections." They'll explain how the
public financing model is already working well in Maine and Arizona, how
the movement is developing here in California, as well as almost 40 other
states, and how you can help. (free) http://www.ecologycenter.org
http://www.craigslist.org/sfo/eve/5611777.html

# Thu Sep. 12 7:30 pm Berkeley Cody's Books 2454 Telegraph Ave.
Starhawk: "Webs of Power: Notes from the Global Uprising"
War rages in Palestine and looms in Iraq. World leaders seem unable to
look beyond retaliation, retribution, and destruction. To say "another
world is possible!" is a radical act. But what does that world look like,
how would it function and how would it be different from the rule of force
and the deification of profit that mark the current system? Starhawk has
been present at many of the major mobilizations against global corporate
capitalism. Her newest book, "Webs of Power: Notes from the Global
Uprising," tracks what the global justice movement stand for and wants,
and what we can do to make that vision real. info [at] codysbooks.com
510-845-7852, http://www.codysbooks.com
http://www.craigslist.org/sfo/eve/5611743.html

# Living LABoratory Thu Sep 12 7-9 PM Free http://www.thelab.org
The LAB, 2948 16th Street @ Capp http://www.17reasons.org



# Fri Sep. 13 12 pm Rally: "Tell Congressman Tom Lantos: No War On Iraq!"
Tom Lantos' office 400 South El Camino Real, Suite 410 San Mateo
http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html

# Fri Sep. 13 12 pm Oakland Corbin Harney: "Yucca Mountain, the Dangers of
Nuclear Power, and the Effects on the Western Shoshone People"
Public Citizen Office 1615 Broadway, 9th Floor Oakland
http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html

# Breaking the Chains - a benefit for Unchained Reaction!
Fri Sep 13 6pm to midnight $5
a benefit for Oct 11 Unchained Reaction!, an elektronik, anti-nuclear
resist.dance party at the Nevada Test Site to stop nuclear testing,
dumping on native lands DJs, live performers, films, fire, speakers
Outdoors: DJs and performers including Niteshade and Gawker (SPAZ)
- Brain Damage (SPAZ) - Sakana (SPAZ) - Andres Octavio (Stress Coll)
plus special guests Indoors: Films presented by Indymedia
Fire by Chuk and Melodia. 7pmCorbin Harney, Newe (Western Shoshone)
Spiritual Leader Founder of Shundahai Network. Drug and alcohol free
http://www.greenjon.com/unchained unchainedreaction [at] yahoo.com
http://www.shundahai.org 225 Potrero Avenue @16th St

# four course dinner + entertainment for $15-35 pay what's comfy
800.242.0363 ext 1243 or 415.850.9518 reservations required
IK Infinite Kaos Wharehouse is located at 136 taylor/@turk 7pm
Brought to you by SOL Cuisine Sustainable Organic Living
We bring Aesthetic Integrity mixed with Planetary Consciousness
To the People We Love to Serve

# Fri Sep 13 7-11 pm Free MetaTaggers Digital Grafitti art
Reception @ Culture Cache Gallery 1800 Bryant @ 17th

# Fri. Sept. 13 7:30 pm Human Rights Talk with Dr. Paul Farmer & Dennis Bernstein $5
Reception 5-7 pm, $50 St. Joseph the Worker Church, 1640 Addison St., Berkeley

# Fri Sep 13 Justice League 628 Divisadero @ Hayes Hamsa Lila
Moroccan Trance, massage, henna artists, freaks, DJ Wisdom.
Door opens @9pm and show starts @9:30. $10 at the door



# Saturday, September 14th ** http://www.sfbike.org
RIDE TO THE SAN RAFAEL WOMEN'S CYCLING CLASSIC
FREE - 9:30 am McLaren Lodge (corner of Fell and Stanyan)
Ride the 27 miles from SF to San Rafael to watch the San Rafael Cycling Classic, one of the highest profile professional women's bike races of the year

# 9/14 Pagan Pride Day (Golden Gate Park) Speedway Meadow
10 am - 6 pm http://www.craigslist.org/sfo/eve/3304236.html

# MARCH & RALLY TO STOP THE WAR BEFORE IT STARTS! Sat Sep 14
UN Plaza, Market between 7th & 8th Sts 11 am - Opening Rally
12 noon - MARCH! NO NEW WAR AGAINST IRAQ! Part of EMERGENCY
ACTIONS SEPT. 14-17 in Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles,
Seattle & more http://www.internationalanswer.org
http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html

# EFF Music Share-In 2002 - Party in the Park! Sat Sep 14 Noon-5pm
Free! Donations encouraged five Bay Area bands Golden Gate Park
Music Concourse Bandshell near Japanese Tea Gardens/MLK+JFK Drive
Artists participating in this event will permit recording of their
performances by those in attendance in support of EFFs Open Audio
License (OAL). Musicians performing at the event include: the Box Set
Duo - clown princes of folk-rock, the classic funk band Funkmonsters,
celtic world-fusion group Hy Brassyl, harmony based folk-pop band
Atticus Scout, and Berkeley-based party band Shady Lady.
In addition to music, the Share-In will feature performers including
Ashley Foster the One Wheeled Wonder, the Existential Circus,
Frantastic Hands, the Metronome Dancers, and Willy Bologna and his
Sideshow Circus. Bring your family and friends! Ben and Jerry's!
Proceeds from the Share-In will go directly to EFF's Campaign for
Audiovisual Free Expression (CAFE), which oversees projects such as
the Open Audio License. CAFE empowers the creative community in
cyberspace by protecting the public's access to and use of audiovisual
technologies. http://www.eff.org/sharein http://www.eff.org/cafe
Open Audio License http://www.eff.org/IP/Open_licenses/eff_oal.html

# Sat Sep. 14 12 pm-5 pm Leonard Peltier's Birthday Party and Benefit Concert
McClaren Park Amphitheater John Shelley Drive near Mansell St SF
http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html

# Saturday, Sept. 14, 1 - 5 PM
SILENCE IS VIOLENCE. STAND LOUD, GET PROUD!
YOUTH RALLY AGAINST THE WAR ABROAD AND THE WAR ON YOUTH AT HOME.
Frank Ogawa Plaza, 14th Street and Broadway, Oakland
Join Bay Area youth organizations for spoken word, music, and performance
about how youth have been victimized by the war on terrorism‹through cuts in
education spending, the crackdown on dissent, hate crimes against Arab youth
and youth of color, and more. Invited performers include the Coup, Company
of Prophets, MC Tommy Goodwin, local break dancing crews, and YouthSpeaks
poets. (415) 255-7296 X263 peace [at] globalexchange.org

# Goodbye Caffe Proust Sat Sep 14 5:00pm till..... $0
gala party on Saturday, regular dinner service, musicians
Caffe Proust 1801 McAllister at Baker

# Ceramics Show: Fun Clay Pieces and Ink Drawings by Liz Worthy
Opening Reception: Sat Sep 14 6-9pm. 552A Noe 18/19th in Castro

# Sat. Sept. 14 7 pm Dennis Kucinich Keynoting 3rd Redwood Sequoia Congress
Wheeler Auditorium, U.C. Berkeley Campus. $12 http://www.bfuu.org/rscongress

# Fray Day 6 SF Sat Sep 14 7pm to Midnight $10 festival of true,
personal stories, where everyone is invited to tell their story.
Victoria Theatre: 2961 16th St @ Mission http://fray.org/6/sf/

# Sat 14 Marin - San Geronimo The Cultural Center 7:30P $12
6350 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Between San Rafael, Pt. Reyes
http://www.freedomtribe.com & http://www.thelivingtarot.com

# 17 Reasons Why! Film Screening Benefit Sat Sep 14 8PM $5
to support the reerection of the legendary Mission landmark.
ATA, 992 Valencia St http://www.atasite.org

# Here Are The Facts You Requested new album F E L T
local fans and friends join us at our garden studio
DJ Boomerang DJ Mentos, the FreshMaker DJ Sunny D
Saturday, September 14th, 8pm 1510 25th st pot hill
http://www.herearethefactsyourequested.com

# Free Party If You Hate Capitalism SEP 14 9PM
Starting at 9pm going until late. Performing will be Methuselah
(metal) and (an) other punk rock band(s). Bring food and drink! And
more drink! 14088 Washington Avenue in San Leandro. Unit 2.
Exit San Leandro station on Orange, Green, Blue lines. Head
south on San Leandro Blvd. until Washington Ave. Turn right onto
Washington Ave., walk until 14088. Bring a bike if yer smart!
BY CAR: http://www.mapquest.com/

# Santa Clara Sept. 14 & 15 The UFO Expo
Held this year at the Santa Clara Marriott, 2700 Mission College Blvd.
408-988-1500. The pre-registration prices for the expo will end on August
14th. If you didn't get a program guide yet, please contact Victoria Jack
email: isis777 [at] earthlink.net

# 9/14 SF GARDENING WALKING TOUR (PAC HEIGHTS/PRESIDIO/MARINA)
http://www.craigslist.org/sfo/eve/5209531.html


# Sat Sep. 14 - Sun Sep. 15 9 am-5:30 pm Santa Cruz Sustainable Living
and Ecological Building Conference http://www.gaiasong.org
Green Street Faire, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium 307 Church Street
http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html


# **BIG FOREST RALLY SEPTEMBER 15 TO SAVE THE MATTOLE**
Sun Sep 15, 12 noon. Monument Gate in Rio Dell, Humboldt county
Join hundreds of peaceful protesters in demanding an end to the
MAXXAM/Pacific Lumber Company's liquidation of our forests and
destruction of the Mattole Watershed. This sensitive ecosystem
includes thousands of acres of old growth Douglas fir and a unique
habitat for many threatened and
endangered species, including the spotted owl, the red tree vole, the
golden eagle, and coho salmon. From San Francisco Rio Dell is
around 5 hours drive (people are encouraged to make the trip at
least the day before). There will be an Action Camp from September
13th through 17th. Directions to Action camp will be posted later.
Join other tree-huggers, community residents, and people of good
spirit as demands are brought to MAXXAM/Pacific Lumber to:
* Stop Clearcutting http://www.jailhurwitz.com
* Stop Cutting Old Growth http://www.judibari.org
* Stop Logging on Steep and Unstable Slopes
* Stop Spraying Herbicides http://www.earthfirst.org
This precious forest is being decimated very quickly, but it is not
too late to stop the destruction. Help organize a carpool or bus from
your community and spread the message about this rally.
For more information call 707-825-6598 http://www.tree-sit.org

# Sun Sep 15 GREAT SAN FRANCISCO BIKE RIDE 7 am - 8 am
The SFBC will host its second annual Great SF Bike Ride (prior to the SF Grand Prix race) open to cyclists of all ages and abilities, starting at Justin Hermann Plaza at Market and the Embarcadero. Riders will enjoy the closed streets of the five-mile circuit of the Grand Prix racecourse. Imagine racing the course on your own bike, then watching the pros do it later that same day (for 109 miles!). Last year's Great SF Bike Ride drew more than 800 riders and rave reviews and this year promises to be even better.
****--> We STRONGLY encourage people to pre-register for the ride: $15 for riders under 18, $20 for riders 18 and up; registration on the day of the ride is $25 for all ages. The registration tables will be open from 6:15 -6:45 am.
Register online at http://www.sfbike.org/events_and_rides/grand_prix/

# bicycle gear sale and expo, September 15, at Justin Herman Plaza, with everything from bikes to bike duds to hard-to-find components for sale! Top bike manufacturers and retailers from around the country will also be showing their wares with bargains galore! The event takes place from 10am to 4pm, with a $3 entry fee. For more information about the Great Gear Exchange, or to sign up to be a vendor, call 303-926-9221 or visit http://www.bicycling.com/exchange

# AgriCultural Roots Fair celebrates connections of cultures to the land.
Featuring ethnic music and dance performances, street foods, farmers'
market, agrarian crafts, family activities, produce tasting, and
educational displays about sustainable agriculture. Free and open to the
public. Sun Sep 15, noon to 5 PM, at the Oakland Museum of California,
1000 Oak Street (at 10th Street) in Oakland. 1 block from the Lake Merritt
BART more info http://www.sagecenter.org or call 510-986-9400.

# Tree Tour: Strybing Arboretum Sun Sep 15 2-4p With Ted Kipping
Escape to this urban oasis and cultural center in San Francisco's Golden
Gate Park. Meeting site: In front of the main gate on Martin Luther
King, Jr. Drive (from 9th & Lincoln Ave). MUNI: 44, 71, N
We are asking for a $5 donation at the Tree Tour to go towards
programming at the arboretum.

# Mon Sep. 16 9 pm PBS   Film: "Trade Secrets: A Moyers Report" KTEH
PBS http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html

# Sept. 16-17 Bonnie Raitt Trees Benefit in Concord & Mountain View
Your chance to meet Bonnie Raitt in Concord or Mountain View and support EPIC has been extended!
9/16/02 - Chronicle Pavilion, Concord, CA http://www.wildcalifornia.org
9/17/02 - Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA

# Protest sweatshops and government inaction! Join the Wins garment
workers in holding the Secretary of Labor accountable! Tue Sep 17
12:00 noon Fairmont Hotel California & Mason
Streets. U.S. Labor Secretary Elaine Chao will be giving a talk
on "Labor Challenges in the Coming Year"

# Tues 1pm http://www.KPFA.org 94.1fm YOUR OWN HEALTH&FITNESS
2pm EXPLORA-TION Michio Kaku http://www.mkaku.org

# GE-Free Marin task force will be protesting / leafleting
Safeway Mill Valley Tue Sep 17 5p-7p Camino Alto/Miller Ave
Subscribe Address: Bay-GEactivists-subscribe [at] topica.com

#v Shoreline Amphitheater: Mountain View, CA 9/17/02 Bonnie Rait
/ Lyle Lovett http://www.seaturtles.org 9/20/02 RUSH

# Support Small Farmers and the Environment!! Kick off PARTY for
the Responsible Coffee Initiative! (Vote YES on Measure O) La Peña
Cultural Center 3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley Wed Sep 18 7 PM
Enjoy great food, music, and speakers! fairtrade [at] globalexchange.org

# YLEM Forum: Secrets of Silicon Valley Wed Sep 18, 7-9 pm
The Production Studio at The Exploratorium (NOT IN THEATER)
3601 Lyon St FREE, http://www.ylem.org

# Thu Sep 19, 9:00pm Brava! Studio Theater 2781 24th St SF
http://www.cineaccion.com/program/index.html http://www.ezln.org
Zapatista Film Series http://www.chiapasmediaproject.org

# Fri 1pm http://www.KPFA.org 94.1fm TERRA VERDE Pratap Chatterjee

# Shoreline Amphitheater: Mountain View,
http://www.seaturtles.org 9/20/02 RUSH

# Open Garden Day, Saturday September 21, 2002, 10 am-5 PM. Self-guided tour
and celebration of
Bay Area school, community, and other urban agriculture gardens. Enjoy a
day in the sun with fellow garden lovers. Discover hidden gardens in your
neighborhood or learn how to start your own. Taste foods prepared with
garden-fresh ingredients and find out how to turn leftovers into compost.
Join one of our biking, bus, or walking tours to feel the community
gardening spirit. For more information about tours, other special
activities, and a printable map of the gardens "open" on Saturday September
21, check http://www.sagecenter.org or call SAGE at 510-986-9400.

# INFINITE KAOS: IKWINOX w/ EYEPHUNK!!! SAT SEPT 21 11PM-8AM
$15 136 Taylor St (at Turk) http://www.infinite.friscoclubs.com

# STARBUCKS FIFTH GLOBAL WEEK OF ACTION SEPTEMBER 21-28, 2002!
http://www.organicconsumers.org/starbucks/index.htm

# 9/21-22 http://www.fairfaxworldmusicfestival.org http://www.seaturtles.org

# DC ACTIONS & EVENTS: http://www.globalizethis.org
Sep 25-29: Convergence of organizers and activists. Trainings, teach-ins, etc.
Sep 25-27: End Corporate Rule Teach-In http://www.50years.org
Sep 25-27: CEO Summit, Ritz Carlton Hotel
Sep 26: Power for the People / Clean Energy Rally (am) Interfaith Vigil (pm)
Sep 27: Peoples Strike http://www.abolishthebank.org ; GAP Action (pm)
Sep 28-29: IMF & World Bank Group Annual meetings
Sep 28: Mobilization for Global Justice Rally & March (am); Quarantine Actions (pm)
Sep 29: Social Forum and People's Assemblies being planned
http://www.gapsucks.org http://www.booksnotbars.org END CORPORATE RULE! http://www.citizen.org http://www.ifg.org http://www.canadians.org

#Resist the IMF/WB policies and military apparatus and help create a
space for dissentWashington D.C., Sept 28-Oct 4 '02

# NEW HUMAN BE-IN http://www.be-in.com London September 28

#Fr. Roy Sun. Sept. 29, 4pm Unitarian Church, 1197 Franklin@Geary
http://www.soaw.org School Of Americas Watch

# PROGRESSIVE FEST Sun Sep 29 Walnut Park, Petaluma 707.763.8134

# KQED (88.5 FM) "Forum" interview Tues. Oct. 1, 10 am SOAW.org

# Seeking active participants for the first Northern California Regional
Genetically Engineered Trees Strategy Session at the Rainforest Action
Network Office in San Francisco on Thursday, Oct. 3. The session will
run from 9:30-2:00 with a lunch break from 12:15 to 1:00.
http://www.ran.org

# 10/4 7pm Michael Ruppert in SF! http://www.COPvCIA.com
"Truth and Lies of 9/11" Lowell High 1101 Eucalyptus Dr. $15
http://www.fromthewilderness.com

# 10/5/02 Santana / Ozomatli Shoreline Amphitheater:
Mountain View, http://www.seaturtles.org

# KRAFT WEEK OF ACTION OCTOBER 5-12, 2002! http://www.gefoodalert.org

# 10/6 7pm http://www.COPvCIA.com 282 South High St.
"Truth and Lies of 9/11" Sebastopol Vets' Hall $10
http://cooperativeresearch.org/completetimeline

# NATIONAL FOREST PROTECTION ALLIANCE - Convention
Oct 10-13 Sisters, Oregon http://www.forestadvocate.org
# )'( Burning Man decompression Party Noon-1:30 am 10/20
Cafe Cocomo (till 1:30 am) and Esprit (Park Noon-10 pm)
http://www.burningman.com http://www.anonsalon.com
# NATIONAL MARCH on WASHINGTON DC SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 *
to STOP THE WAR ON IRAQ BEFORE IT STARTS
For details see http://www.InternationalANSWER.org
# SUPERMARKET WEEK OF ACTION OCT 26th-NOV 2nd, 2002!
http://www.organicconsumers.org/supermarket/index.cfm
# CLOTHES FOR A CHANGE: PRESSURE THE GAP AND OTHER COMPANIES TO STOP
USING SWEATSHOP LABOR AND START BLENDING ORGANIC COTTON INTO THEIR CLOTHING!
NOV. 29th, 2002 http://www.organicconsumers.org/clothes/index.cfm.cfm
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