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by Scott Munson (PlantTrees [at]
Monday Nov 18th, 2002 4:06 PM
415-553-1741 Call SF DA now to ask all charges to be dropped!
Mary Bull of is in Jail for this morning's anti war action.
hi all, Mary Bull was arrested this morning at Chevron in the course of our
GREAT action, in which a river of blood (cornstarch, food coloring and
water) was spilled across the ground in front of the entrance to the plaza.
She is currently charged with felony vandalism, and we're asking people to
call the San Francisco District Attorney's office, Terence Hallinan, at
415-553-1741 and urge him to have the charges dropped. Please remember,
when calling, that Hallinan is generally very supportive of activists and
civil disobedience, so there's no need to take an antagonistic tone.
Otherwise, we succeeded in blockading both Chevron and Diane Feinstein's
office. something like thirty people were arrested altogether, all others
were charged with trespassing, cited and released. Thanks for your support, Starhawk

SF events 11.13 online:
SF events 11.15 online:


9/10/2001 6:1 ration of Puts to Calls on UAL and American Airlines.
Who knew? CIA knew!

# Reminder: Monday, November 18, 4:30-6:30, Oakland Tech
HS Auditorium (45th and Broadway) "Struggles for
Racial Justice in Education" Information at

# November 18 MoonRise and Sunset at SAME TIME! Learn more:
Berkeley Marina Stone solstice calendar West of Dog Park. Univ. Ave

# Monday, March 18th from 6:15-9:30 PM at Mings Restaurant, 1700 Embarcadero, Palo Alto for this event centered on a topic which affects us all. Cost is $25 Members/$35 Non-Members in advance. $10 additional at the door. Price includes dinner. Register at

# Mon Nov. 1 6:30-8:30 pm Film: "Wag the Dog" Walden Pond Bookstore
3316 Grand Avenue Oakland

# KQED MEDIA SALON: Election Coverage Mon Nov 18 7-9 pm
Should the media focus attention on major party candidates
or expand coverage to include all candidates? Should a candidate's
wealth determine access to media coverage? KQED, 2601 Mariposa
@ Bryant To be added to our mailing list, send email to:
join-mediasalon-announce [at]

# Monday, November 18 - DANIEL ELLSBERG tells SECRETS: A Memoir of
Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers. 7:30 PM at Telegraph Avenue
CODY'S BOOKS 2454 Telegraph Ave Berkeley

# Monday November 18th at Somarts 8pm Save the Cell 5.0: Cabaret Fantesca
Hosted by The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
Featuring: Plexus Circus, Duskbeat Circus, Ouchee the Clown, Tonal Chaos,
Smedley-O, members of the Funky Puppet Supper Club, members of Pickle
Family Circus, and others. Silent Art Auction. V.I.P. Wine and Cheese at
7pm $15-25

# Sex Educator Salon Mon Nov 18, 8-10 pm Free Valencia @24th
All kinds of people offer sexual information -- therapists, doctors, nurses, writers, Good Vibrations staffers and more. With so much variety among people who work in the field, it can be challenging to work together, share ideas and experiences or develop a sense of solidarity with other people who have the same mission. Our monthly discussion group is for everyone who works in adult sex education, whatever your experience, your workplace or your job. Come meet your partners in sex ed, see what they're up to and find out how we can all learn how to do our work better.

# The award-winning film THE WITNESS premieres on PBS Nov. 18th at 10pm and Nov. 20th at midnight. This profound and inspiring film about a construction contractor from a tough Brooklyn neighborhood who becomes an impassioned animal advocate has won six film festival awards for Best Documentary. Over-air channel 54 and on cable (for cable channels go to

# Tues Nov 19 7pm Howard Rheingold, Founding editor @ 1644 Haight St.

# After School Special Tue Nov 19 7:30pm FREE @ El Rio
screening of... the original riot-grrrl flick! a hard-to-find '80s teen classic!
***TIMES SQUARE*** It's all about two teen girls who bust out of a mental institution &
attempt to save New York's Times Square from corporate clean-up... by
blockading it with rock music! Cool new wave style! Sexy dyke undertones!
Tim Curry! Patti Smith & The Ramones on the soundtrack! Squid
DJ > 7:30pm : film > 8pm 3158 Mission St @ Precita

# 11/19 CUSP OF REVOLUTION Celebration...revelation....Tues Nov 19 8pm -until.......
the Deacon...hip hop dj. Dj moondoggy...mystic family circus & yoga tai chi
revenge of paco & guests. the music and ramblings of jeffrey alphonsus mooney..
food, fun and more galia 2565 mission @ 22nd

# Wed Nov 20 Full Moon!

# 11/20 National Day of Student Youth Resistancec

# Wed Nov 20 CCSF march/ direct action to the Marine Recruitment sation on Ocean Ave.
There was a wonderful, spontaneous action a couple of weeks ago, where a group of
about 30 students spoke out against the recruiters on Campus and kicked them off!!!
Marines plan to be back on campus on Nov. 20!!! How convenient. The students of CCSF are gearing up to give them a warm welcome. A large number of student groups are planning
actions for this day. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come!!!
Midnight special will also be doing a legal training on the 19th from
12:00-2:00 under the Anarchist Library tent in Ram Plaza. Come and learn
about how to deal with the police. In resistance. CCSF= City College of SF

# Wed Nov. 20 12:30 pm Bill Maher reading from: "When You Ride Alone You Ride with Bin Laden:
What the Government Should be Telling Us to Help Fight the War on Terrorism"
Stacey's Books 581 Market St

# YLEM Forum! Design: Visualizing the Unimaginable Wed Nov 20, 7:30 PM
McBean Theatere 3601 Lyon St @ Lombard
FREE w/ museum admission: $10 Adult $6 Youth.

# Titillation Theatre Wed Nov 20 9:00pm $10-15 sliding scale
Unzip reality. Fondle your mind. Erotic. Comedic. Dramatic.
Mental Nudity Only. 14 Vignettes. 1 Man, 4 Women Cast.
Spider 43 Dore St. Reservations only. Call 415-208-0431 soon.

# Furries are Us WED Nov 20 10pm-3am $5 (free with furry costumes)
Furries are those that have an interest in anthropomorphics, animal
cartoons/animation, furry or animal costumes, plushie animals,
Third Wednesday psychadelic blacklight environment complete with a chill
room, dance floor, and lots of plush. We also provide a shared
staging area for those with costumes they wish to change there. And
on top of it all, we have music for those who like to dance,
performance art, projections, and more art.
Music on the 20th provided by DJ's Fanboy (Gao/Psy Trance) from
10pm-11:30pm, Dragn'Fly (Trance/Techno) from 11:30pm-1:30am,
and Forest Green (Techno/Electro) from 1:30am-3:00am
Stud Bar (399 9th Street @ Harrison) $5, but always free in furry costumes.

# 11/20-24 "R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of the Universe"
in need of volunteers who would like to usher in exchange for seeing the show. Wed-Fri. 8pm Sat. 3pm & 8pm Sun 2pm
arrive 1 1/2 hours early Project Artaud Theater ushers [at] 415-626-3693.

# Thu Nov. 21 7-9 pm John Ross: "The Geography of Globalization in Southern Mexico"
New College Theatre 777 Valencia St

# Sit 'n Spin Thu Nov 21 12:30 - 1:30pm free
Gensler, 600 California St 10th floor Design Studio
Sit 'n Spin discussions are always free and open to the public

# Th 11/21 - Dead Kennedys and Fear with The Sick and East Bay Chasers
8pm $18 21+ w/ID 314 11th St @ Folsom

# James Dunn (UN expert on crimes against humanity East Timor, 2000-01)
Fri Nov. 22 12 noon Moses Hall 223, University of California, Berkeley

# Fri Nov 22 7:00 pm Bay Area Community Gathering and Welcoming Reception for Omar Ali
SF State University Campus, Downtown 415 Market St., Rooms 304-306
Speakers include: Omar Ali, Joyce Dattner, West Coast Center for Social Therapy and the Committee for an Independent Voice; Jim Mangia, Coalition for Political Reform.

# Fri Nov. 22 7 pm Empowering Women at the Grassroots: A Discussion with Women Leaders from Around the World New College Cultural Center 766 Valencia St

# Fri Nov. 22 7:30 pm Robert Fisk: "War & Peace" First Congregational Church
2345 Channing Way Berkeley
Robert Fisk, Middle East correspondent for the London Independent, winner of 21 British and foreign press awards is speaking on "War & Peace" and promoting the re-issue of his best-selling book "Pity The Nation," about the civil war in Lebanon, with a post-9/11 introduction. ($20)

# The Witches High Tea Nov 23 Sat 2pm to 9pm at Fort Mason
Building C Room 260 , 2nd Flr. potluck. $ donation for room
Tarot, Runes, Crystals, Palms, or even tea leaves, we
Bring your Tarot cards and crystals! jewelry paintings clothing
Healers! massage tables Reiki Shuttles will be running

# Sat Nov 23 multimedia arts event @ IKHQ. 11-1 AmyO (IK) 1-3 Lorin
(Bassnectar) 3-4:30 Moondoggy (YogaTaiChi) 4:30-6:30 IKarus (IK)
chillin’ in the bliss chamber Shakatura (Ceiba), & more TBA
Performances by: Infinite Kaos & the Tai Chi Posse…
IKHQ 136 taylor SF ik [at]

# Sun Nov. 24 7 pm Film: "The Last Zaptistas: Forgotten Heroes"
Artists' Television Access 992 Valencia @ 21st

# The San Francisco Labor Council invites the Bay Area labor movement
and other interested workers to learn How Workers & Unions Survive in
Occupied Palestine MON NOV 25 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
(immediately preceding the Council?s business meeting)
Plumbing & Pipefitters Local 38 1621 Market St (near Van Ness)
Learn what it is like to be a worker and trade unionist in Palestine today
from leaders of the Palestinian General Federation of Trade Unions.

# Tue Nov. 26 7 pm Alfredo Acosta: "The Situation on Colombia"
Friends Meeting House 65 9th St @ Market

# Wed Nov. 27 6 pm IFCO/ Pastors for Peace Dinner Event: "Emergency Caravan for Peace to Chiapas, Mexico" Unitarian Fellowship Cedar Street at Bonita St Berkeley


NOV. 29th, 2002

# November 30 - Billard Liberation Front Film - ATA - 992 Valencia - 8:30 & 10:00PM
Find all about these political panksters - artists

# NYE Sutter @ Van Ness Regency/ Avalon Ballroom

# NYE Castro!

# December 1, International Day of Action Against GAP!!!
Global Sweatshops, Clearcutting of Redwood Forests: 235,000 acres

# Sun Dec. 8 11 am-9 pm Book Fair Against Warfare
777 Valencia St

# Sun Dec 8 1 p.m. CHRIS MCKAY, Ph.D. "The Search For Life On Mars".
3220 Sacramento Street (Near Lyon)

# Sat Dec. 14 - Sun Dec. 15 10 am-6 pm 32nd Annual KPFA Community Crafts Fair
The Concourse 8th & Brannan St
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Sun Nov 17
 Euros conduct inspections of weapons of mass destruction (by boarding a Trident submarine)
( CALL YOUR SENATORS NOW !!! 800 839 5276)
New book says CIA paid millions to Afghan warlords
Media Mammoth that Stole the Airwaves (Clear Channel)
Consequences Iraq War
 'A Supersnoop's Dream' (Homeland Bill Rider Aids Drugmakers)
 Cheney '91 on why not to topple Hussein
Sat Nov 16
 Homeland Bill Rider Aids Drugmakers (Bush and Quayle families)
 Ancient bones give clues to modern pollution
 Tax Incentives for a Police State...
Hypocrisy And Endless War
Fri Nov 15th
 Mindo, Ecuador: Environmentalists Paralyze OCP Pipeline Construction
 UNANIMOUS! School Board Plans Teach-ins on Iraq!! (Oakland)
 Bush is a psychopath - will NEVER disarm weapons of mass destruction
 SOA Watch and ACLU file lawsuit to uphold constitutional rights
(to assemble, pray, mourn and protest the School of the Assas)
 War threats and make-believe (US foreign policy)

Earlier Postings: SF events 11.15 online:
SF events 11.13 online:

 Congress Authorizes Bush To Force Smallpox Vaccines On All AIDS Patients
 Ex-Arms Inspector: Iraq War Inevitable (Due to 'Hidden Trigger' in UN Plan)
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