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by KRS-One Friday!
Wednesday Feb 25th, 2004 4:39 PM
KRS-One panel discussion will be held at We the People Auditorium,
200 Harrison Street @ 2nd in Jack London Square. It begins at 6:30 pm.
Admission is free. Please RSVP to UMA Productions to save yo seat! 510.434.9385 Afterwards Sweets Ballroom 1933 Broadway Concert $15/20
or info [at],
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Perspective on 9-11 March 11 San Rafael
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# HEALING THE AUDIENCE: Techniques for healing and transforming trauma in oneself.
Wed Feb 25  6:30 to 9:30 pm CELLspace annex (flea market Barn)

# Matt Gonzalez TV show has returned to the air. This month his guest is Jello
Biafra, spoken word artist and political provocateur. He will also show the
short film “Night in Tunisia” by Steve Yamani. Comcast 11 or 23 (classic)
Wed. 2/25 8:30pm, Sat. 2/28 7pm, Sun. 2/29 8pm

# THURS. FEB 26 Dennis Kucinich Schedule:
10:30 - 11:30am SF Chinatown Walk and Outreach
Join the Chinese Progressive Alliance and SF School Board Member Eric
Mar as we walk Chinatown with Dennis to seek support from the Asian
Pacific Islander Community. noon - 1pm Rally at Frank Ogawa Plaza
(14th St. and Broadway), Downtown Oakland.
6:00 - 7:30 pm Democratic Presidential Debate, University of
Southern California, Los Angeles, Bovard Auditorium. Co-sponsored by
CNN and the LA Times. Broadcast live by CNN.
Chili Cookoff Event at the Office on THURS. FEB 26 at 6pm. Please
call 415.553.4025 for more information

# Every Thu 94.1fm 1-2 pm Herbal Highway
2-3 pm Caroline Casey

# Thu Feb 26 BCA Activist Meeting: Envisioning the Research Revolution
Light dinner at 5:30 Meeting from 6:00–7:30 PM BCA Office 55 New Montgomery St. Suite 323
Breast Cancer Action

# If you are interested in joining ISM, we are having a meeting on Thursday 2/26 at 6pm at St Boniface-133 Golden Gate Ave x Jones & Leavenworth. International Solidartiy Movement.

# 2/26: Free 'Clownarchist' CLOWN TRAINING 6-8 PM
The Clownarchy Firehouse - 698 56th St. Oakland 6-8 PM JOIN US:
Thurs 6-8 PM for our free clown training. It's for those wanting to join us Fri (Feb 27) for our 'Clownarchist BART Ride II - Return of the Clowns' 3-5:30 PM

# Join San Francisco Supervisors Matt Gonzalez and Jake McGoldrick
Thursday, February 26th, 7 - 9 pm For a community workshop:
"Does Anyone Have a Housing and Land Use Plan for San Francisco?"
New College of California 777 Valencia St

# 2/26: Green Party Housing and Land Use Series w/Matt Gonzalez at New College Join the discussion about SF housing and land use development issues,
This monthly workshop series will be a great opportunity to educate yourself, share your thoughts, and get involved with local advocacy groups trying to create a better San Francisco. The series will take place on the last Thursday of each month, beginning February 26, 2004 at New College, located at 766 Valencia Street. The first workshop features Matt Gonzalez, President of the Board of Supervisors, and Jake McGoldrick, chair of the Land Use Committee, in a round table discussion about the future of housing and land use issues in San Francisco.
The monthly seminar series will include a diverse range of topics and speakers--Supervisors, activists, attorneys, developers, nonprofit builders and city planners-- policymakers and advocates from all sides of our housing and development battles. Here’s a chance for you to consider diverse, frequently contradictory opinions, and make up your own mind on important issues facing the city. The seminars should prove informative, lively and entertaining.
What: Green Party Housing and Land Use Seminar Series, co-sponsored by New College School of Education and Social Action at New College When: Thursday, February 26, 7 pm Where: New College, 766 Valencia St
Who: Supervisors Matt Gonzalez and Jake McGoldrick lead a roundtable discussion on the topic of, “Does anybody have a Housing and Land Use Plan for Sf?”

# Mode 2 Exhibit Feb 26 7pm free graffiti artist

# 2/26: Darpana: Vedic Views of Relationship as Medicine at Open Secret
7pm 923 C St San Rafael

# 2/26: East Bay Benefit Screening of The Fourth World War
The SFBay-IMC presents an East Bay Screening of... THE FOURTH WORLD WAR
A documentary by Big Noise Films
Shot on the frontlines of struggles spanning five continents - where
the mainstream media cannot go - The Fourth World War is the untold human
story of men and women who resist being annihilated in the current global conflict.
Thursday, February 26th at 7:30pm The Humanist Hall 390 27th Street, Oakland, CA 94609
(between Telegraph & Broadway) $5-$10 (No One Turned Away!)
**Filmmaker will be present for a discussion following the film A Benefit for
The SF Bay Area Independent Media Center (
& the Chiapas Support Committee
The product of over two years of filming on the inside of movements on
five continents, "The Fourth World War" is a film that would have been
unimaginable at any other moment in history. Directed by the makers of
"This Is What Democracy Looks Like" and "Zapatista", produced through a
global network of independent media and activist groups, it is a truly global
film from our global movement. The film weaves together the stories of
movements and communities on the ground in Chiapas, Argentina, South Africa,
Palestine, South Korea, Iraq, New York, Quebec City and Genova.
While our airwaves are crowded with talk of a new world war, narrated
by generals and filmed from the noses of bombs, the human story of this
global conflict remains untold. "The Fourth World War" brings together the
images and voices of the war on the ground. It is a story of a war without end
and of those who resist.

# Oaklandish Screen - movie night part 3 Thu Feb 26 8:00pm Free
All Power to the People 1996, 116 Minutes, Lee Lew-Lee (in celebration of black history month) huey newton, the rise of black power, cointelpro... a series of hard
lessons in american civic life. power to the people covers the black
panther party from it's ideological infancy to the current struggle for
the release of many still captive political prisoners. Oaklandish
411 2nd St Oakland

# 2/26: GROUNDATION-original roots reggae
If you love rasta you'll love this band! Check out to learn more about the band itself, and check them out this thursday for only $8. It will be a special show featuring only Bob Marley covers with a 12 piece band! It starts at 9:30 at the Last Day Saloon (406 Clement).

# The Bright River Feb 26th-Mar 20 doors 8pm $14 Transparent Theater
1901 Ashby Ave Berkeley htttp://

# Clownarchist BART Ride II - Return of the Clowns Fri Feb 27 3-5:30 pm
Note Bart costs $4.40 if you get off at same stop, $1.25 if one stop away.
CLOWNARCHY! Anyone is welcome who is up for some fun, without violence,
Non-Clown Support also needed! DAY BEFORE:
Rehearsal, and FREE two-hour clown training.
Thursday Feb 26th (please arrive at 5:45 pm) 6:00 - 8:00 Rehearsal/
Training At the Clownarchy Firehouse at 698 56th St. Oakland
Space is limited. Reserve your spot at:
You are welcome to attend the event even if you can't make the
training, but both together are highly recommended.
DAY OF EVENT SCHEDULE: Fri Feb 27th PRE-PARTY: 12:00 AM - 2:30 PM
To get dressed, made up, and ready to go at The Climate Theater 285 9th St. at Folsom
If you miss the training, and want to be included in the clown
routines, come early to the pre-party, and we will be able to set you
up with easy ways for you to participate. WALK TO BART
2:30 pm we walk from The Climate Theater to CIVIC CENTER BART for our
3:00 meeting time.

# Legendary Rap Artist KRS-ONE To Perform and Inform Oakland, CA:
Two Non-Profits Team Up To Elevate Oakland By Hosting A Live Concert
And Panel Discussion Featuring The Region’s Hip-Hop Activist Greats
KRS-One, an MC, intellectual, teacher, founder of the Temple of Hip Hop,
peace advisor to the United Nations and author of a new book,
Ruminations, will perform at the Historic Sweets Ballroom 1933
Broadway in Oakland Feb 27 Opening for him will be Jahi and
the Life, Youth Speaks and master DJs D’Jam Hassan (Best Kept Secret) and
Sake-One (Local 1200). $15 adv $20 door
concert will be preceded by a panel discussion entitled “The
Intersection of Hip Hop and Electoral Politics” which will be moderated
by KPFA Hard Knock Radio’s own Davey D
rare appearance by KRS-One along with the region’s Hip-Hop activist
greats: Jeff Chang, author Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip Hop
Generation, Aya De Leon, Hip-Hop theater artist and co-author / How to Get
Stupid White Men Out of Office, Dereca Blackmon, organizer / National Hip-Hop
Political Convention (Bay Area LOC), T-Kash, band member / The Coup, Josh
Koenig, Technology Director, Music for America, a representative of Rock
the Vote, and Ricardo “Kool Aid” Chavez, MC and political organizer / La Paz
and the son of historic civil rights leader, Dolores Huerta. Opening
remarks will be provided by Gregory Frankel, President, On Up
Initiatives. The panel discussion will be held at We the People Auditorium,
200 Harrison Street @ 2nd in Jack London Square. It begins at 6:30 pm.
Admission is free. Please RSVP to UMA Productions to save yo seat! 510.434.9385
or info [at],

# Fri, Feb 27 7pm Speaker: Women Under Occupation - From Palestine To Iraq,
A Report By Kate Raphael SF Women's Building 3543 18th St.

Monthly Community Potluck Fri Feb 27 7-9pm SF LGBT Center 1800 Market St
Please bring something to share -- food, non-alcoholic drinks, song, poem, raffle item.
Traditional food is especially welcome. BAAITS 1800 Market Street #411 SF, CA 94102
415-865-5616 admin [at]

# Fri Feb. 27 7pm free between MLK and San Pablo near 19th St BART
Confronting Capitalism Release party at the AK Press Warehouse!
Release party with cover artist Eric Drooker, editor Eddie Yuen,
contributors and entertainment!
Confronting Capitalism, out on Soft Skull Press in February 2004,
is a document of key debates within the anti-Globalization
movement in the last few years. Confronting Capitalism, a revised
and updated sequel to The Battle of Seattle: The New Challenge to
Capitalist Globalization, edited by Eddie Yuen, Daniel Burton
Rose, and George Katsiaficas, is a dynamic contribution to
understanding and enhancing these unprecedented global social
movements. warehouse will be open for business
AK Press 674 A 23rd st Oakland

# Sizzling Erotic Event at City Art benefit reception for Carol Queen and Robert Lawrence's Center for Sex and Culture, in conjunction with the gallery's erotic art show, The Back Room. CSC is raising money for their own space, which will house the largest publicly-accessible sex library in the US, an archive, and room for classes and workshops for all genders, orientations, and erotic interests.
Please join us Friday, February 27th, from 7 to 10 pm, at City Art gallery to support the CSC's vision of eclectic adult sex education and the preservation of our sexual cultures. The evening will feature lascivious art both for sale and at auction, licentious performances, prurient readings, and lustful burlesque. Artists featured in the erotic show include Carol Queen, Charles Gatewood, Laurie Toby Edison, Jane Cassell, Randy L. James, Victoria Heilweil, Phyllis Christopher, Katie Gilmartin, Jesus (Xtutxo) Perez, Ruby Pearl, Manta Ray, Lee Cline, Fred McMullen, Greg Larson, and Kevin Mosley. Wanton performances by Carol Queen, Kirk Read, Snatchy the Clown, Ruby Pearl, queer cabaret troupe The Diamond Daggers, and more! Suggested donation of $3-$10 at the door to support the CSC, no one turned away for lack of funds. Sumptuous attire requested.
City Art is a cooperative gallery, owned and operated by local artists. The gallery is at 828 Valencia, between 19th and 20th Streets (Parking garage located on 21st between Valencia & Mission. Bart: exit at 16th and Mission or 24th and Mission. MUNI lines 26, 14, 49). Hours: 12-9 Wed through Sun. Phone: 970-9900. For further information contact Katie Gilmartin at <a href="mailto:gilmartin [at]">gilmartin [at] or Carol Queen at <a href="mailto:mail [at]">mail [at]

# Fri. Feb. 27 8 pm Peace Concert Benefit Oakland
Oakland Box Theater, 1928 Telegraph Oakland $15 8:00door/8:30pm

# Fri Feb 27 8 pm Peace Concert Benefit for Not In Our Name - Oakland
The Oakland Box Theater, 1928 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland (between 19th and 20th $15
Glass House performs original acoustic songs with lyrics that emphasize peace and tolerance. Their style blends elements of folk, jazz, rock and world music.
The Not In Our Name Project is a national network of individuals and organizations committed to standing with the people of the world. As the Not in Our Name Pledge of Resistance states, "we believe that as people living in the United States it is our responsibility to resist the injustices done by our government, in our names." Their mission is to build, strengthen and expand resistance to stop the U.S. government's entire course of war and repression being waged in the name of "fighting terrorism."

# 2/28: "The War on Freedom: Repression at Home, Occupation Abroad" 1-7PM
Panelists will discuss these topics in the context of their own constituencies:
Dr. Lana Habash and Dr. Rawan Barakat, founding members of
New England Committee to Defend Palestine and the Amer Jubran Defense Committee.
Jack Heyman, Business Agent, ILWU; arrested in Oakland Port antiwar demonstration.
Samina Faheem, National Steering Committee of Blue Triangle
Network; Founder of American Muslim Voice.
Kali Akuno-Williams, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and
Co-director, School of Social Justice, Oakland
Keynote address by:
Lynne Stewart, Radical human rights attorney falsely accused of
helping terrorists. Her new trial is scheduled for May 17th, 2004.
(Also: Questions and discussions; Documentary film footage from a 1968
Vietnam antiwar rally; Action/strategy discussion with Lynne Stewart and panelists.)
A reception with Lynne Stewart and panelists will follow from 5-7PM. Refreshments served.
Bethany United Methodist Church 1268 Sanchez Street at Clipper, S.F.
(1 block No. /J Church MUNI metro, 2 blocks S. /24 Divisadero
bus line, 2 blocks W. /48 bus on 24th St from BART stop)
Donation: $5 ‹15.00 (including reception from 5-7pm) No one turned away
Sponsor: Bay Area United Against War Partial list of endorsers:
Association of South Asians Taking Action (ASATA)
Asian Pacific Islanders Against War (APICAW) Bay Area Radical Women
Blue Triangle Network Freedom Socialist Party
Bonnie Faulkner, Guns and Butter
International Action Center Lynne Stewart Defense Committee
New England Committee to Defend Palestine
Not In Our Name
Ralph Schoenman and Mya Shone, Taking Aim
Refuse and Resist Riva Enteen
SF Peace and Freedom Party SF Unitarian Universalists for Peace
Socialist Action Socialist Organizer Socialist Viewpoint

# gala, Grand Opening Celebration Feb 28 Mesmerizing Music. Awe-inspiring Art.
dance! 1922 Telegraph @ 19th Oakland

# Sat Feb 28 7-9 pm Matt Gonzalez @ Adobe Books 3166 16th St@Valencia
reading his own work:

# WOMEN’S VOICES RISE UP Culture Of Resistance To The Everlasting War
Sat Feb 28th 7:30pm doors@7p Women’s Building 3543 18th st , SF
10$ volunteer: 415-642-9099 susan [at]

# World heart BEAT: A Benefit for Earth-Based Spiritual Traditions
Sat Eve Feb. 28 8-2am $13 STEPHEN KENT of KPFA's Music of the World Show
RACHEL BRICE's Tribal Belly Dance Group, "The Indigo"
2525 8th Street @ Dwight (the Dance Jam Building) Berkeley

# Original article is at:
Uploaded file is at: (82.3 kibibytes)
Reclaim The Streets! Ninja Street Party 2/28 in Palo Alto rts-peninsula [at]
They own our time. They control our lives. They occupy our streets. But ninjas always escape. Ninjas fight back. And ninjas reclaim.
Noise. Breakcore. Hardcore Punk. Drums. Poetry. Fire Spinning. Life. Liberation. Ninjas.
8:13 pm, 2/28/04. Meet on top of the 6-Story parking structure, between Webster & Cowper St. and Hamilton and University Ave. in Palo Alto. March to undisclosed party location. Ninja attire strongly encouraged.
Map & Directions: [] (URL:

# Sat. Feb. 28 9 pm Hamsa Lila - Oakland GRAND OPENING BASH
Oakland Box Theater, 1928 Telegraph $10

# FEB 28 Lorin, Cheb i Sabbah, Galen, Kramer, Dano, Scott Carrelli, and Damien
Infuse: A journey through the Chakras 10p-4:30am $10 pre-sale, $15 before 12M
Paradise Lounge 1501 Folsom St. @ 11th St.

# Anon Salon levitates one big happy new Leap oF Faith A new leap year's eve celebration SAT FEB 28 @ 285 9th St (@ Folsom) 10 pm - late $12 in leapin' fashuns/ $15 in gravitational duds featuring* ALCYONE (Live Deep House from NYE)
* SHAWNA (Apsara) * LARA * GAVIN HARDKISS (Six Degrees/SFby DEF)
* LAIRD (PsychoFunkoDiscoDelic) * ADNAN (Surviving Sounds/SFbyDEF)
* M.S. HOVE (Gallery Show/ New Work plus Live Action Painting) plus more & more!

# Universal Uprising on Leap Day! You spend 365 days a year chained to the Man.
Why not use your "extra" day to show him what's what?!!!
In Berkeley, gather at downtown Berkeley BART to rampage through
downtown and build foundations for a world based on cooperation,
freedom, and respect for the earth. Bring pillows, potted plants,
running shoes, masks, your sense of humor, and a desire to be free.

# Propagating Party to Prepare Plants for Protest!
Sun Feb.29, 11am-3PM at Berkeley Ecohouse
The Protest‹the June 6-8 mobilization against the biotech
industry>conference being planned in San Francisco. We want to do more than
say no to corporate control of our food supply and of life itself. We want to
demonstrate the alternatives‹organic gardens, community food growing,
natural medicinals, street transformations, massive giveaways of organic
seeds and plants. To make this happen, we need to start now‹propagating
cuttings, saving seeds, starting seedlings. So come and help,
Sunday Feb. 29, 11am-3PM at Berkeley Ecohouse 1305 Hopkins Street
(Xstreet Peralta - 10 min walk from NBerk BART).
We1ll provide potting soil and some plant material and Root
Juice. You bring food and drink to share, your own pruners, your old
plastic pots (especially 4 inchers) that you1ve tried to recycle and can1t,
plant material if you have it. Don1t know how to propagate? We1ll teach you!
Scott McCandless Scott Free <mcscotfree [at]> (510) 524-5310

# Watershed Benefit Auction and Show Sun Feb 29 1-4pm free
1212 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley

# Fashion Show by : modagalactica - Tiffa Novoa
Performance by: El Circo
Music Random Rab of El Circo Lorin Laura
more deejays to be announced. . . Truffles & Yummies Fuzzy Phillipe
Altar * Video Installation Sherri Huggi-Ma
Digital Imaging Siouxzen
SUN FEB 29 @ WHISPER 535 Florida St. @18th (around the corner from Cell Space)

# 1 Mar 7pm, Al-Fanous SF furry get-together. Open to clubfurs, confurs, ponies, bears, bunnies, 'suiters, lifestylers, and [your definition here]. Al-Fanous Restaurant and Coffeehouse, 3170 16th St @ Guerrero / Valencia http://SF Bay

skills and theories class taught by long time Ali Akbar Khan student
and internationally reknowned tabla performer and teacher of adults and
children.Please write message at (415) 267-7634

# Emerging Green Builders Kick-Off Event: Berkeley Civic Center Tour & Social
Message If you're interested in learning more about Green Building or joining a community of emerging professionals, we are pleased to announce the kick-off event of the Emerging Green Builders, a committee of the Northern California Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. ?The event is on Friday, March 5 and will include a property tour of the Berkeley Civic Center with a social event to follow.? A complete invitation with RSVP information is posted at

# March 5 Rally Farmworkers Organization against Taco Bell contact
dsolnit [at]

# Fri Mar 5 5-9pm 1st Fridays art receptions @ Matt Gonzalez' office City Hall

# March 6th: Bassgasm in Tahoe, CA w/ Lorin

# Artists Using Science and Technology
Forum: "Math Made Visible" Wed Mar 10, 7:30 PM
McBean Theater, 3601 Lyon St FREE

# Eenor, Mystic Family Circus, March 11 @ 111 Minna
great green party celebrating spring and abundance - dance! great new music! Eenor, Breakfast, Dj" Garth and theatrical performances, good vibes w/ lots of lovers of life! come play! celebrate! get naked!?

# Perspective on 9-11
Exposing the Lies of the Official Story and Seeking the Truth
In this multimedia presentation, Ken Jenkins will guide an exploration into
the mystery of what really happened on Sept 11, 2001. There will be
particular emphasis on the historical context. Going beyond the
pioneering video by Michael Ruppert, excerpts of ten videos, including The
Great Deception and GNN’s Aftermath will be shown, along with many
Powerpoint slides. There will be ample time for questions and discussion.
"The truth behind 9/11 offers an unprecedented opportunity: to bust the war
game once and for all, to usher in a new era of lasting peace, where war
is no longer an option."
Ken Jenkins has been giving presentations about 9-11 for two years. An
award winning video and media producer, he has an education in engineering
and has done extensive study in psychology and metaphysics. He brings a
multifaceted and balanced approach to this investigation. He is a
featured speaker at the upcoming 9-11 International Inquiry in SF.
Thursday, March 11 at 7:30 pm First United Methodist Church
9 Ross Valley Dr. (off 4th St.), San Rafael
Suggested donation $5 - $7, no one turned away for lack of funds
Info: Marin Peace & Justice Coalition, 415-721-2844 - - - -

# Anarchist Cafe Opening March 12 Benefit for the Anarchist Book Fair. @ The
Kitchen 225 Potrero Ave. DJ’s, Performers, Poets, Kids Zone, Food. 6pm –12.

# In collaboration with Californians for GE-Free Agriculture the Genetic
Engineering Action Network 2004 National GEAN Conference March 12th-14th
UC Berkeley
Bay-GEactivists-subscribe [at]

# Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair Sat Mar 13 10am to 6pm
County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park ( hall of flowers) . Free
9th @ Lincoln more than 50 exhibitors, plus fabulous speakers.

# Mar 15-30 Global Rainbow Gathering - Baja California, Mexico
Spring Equinox 2004 Global Rainbow Gathering of the Tribes. Baja California Sur, México Indigenous Peoples Prophecy When the Mother Earth is sick, and the animals dying, there will come a tribe of peoples from all cultures, who believe in deeds, not words, and they will restore the Mother Earth to her former beauty. This tribe will be called The Warriors of the Rainbow

# Mar 17-21 9a-6:30p SF Flower and Garden Show, Cow Palace.
SF veg Society seeks volunteers for tabling.
Suggest entering cowpalace and stickering and spreading lit.
As cow palace is heinously disrespectful of free speech space.

7am Justin Herman Plaza. Mass Nonviolent Direct Action in conjunction with March 20th internationally coordinated protests against the war and occupation in Iraq.


# 8000 SACRED DRUMS March 21

# Mar 28 lla-4:30pm Mad Cow Madness Symposium, SF County Fair Building.
Volunteers needed for all aspects of this event

# Spoken Word Fri Apr 2 Great American Music Hall: Jello Biafra,
Kevin Danaher, Medea Benjamin and

# April 2-4 2004, 22nd National Pesticide Forum Unite for Change:
New Approaches to Pesticides and Environmental Health UCBerkeley
Berkeley, CA
This forum, sponsored by Beyond Pesticides, Californians for Pesticide Reform, and Pesticide Action Network North America, will focus on pesticides and public health. For more information…

# Call to Action April 2004 Mobilization April 22-25 in Washington, DC

# April 24 noon - 5pm Berkeley Earth Day --Civic
Center Park, Berkeley.

# Sat Apr 24 1-5pm Breast Cancer Action's 7th Annual Town Meeting for Activists:
Taking Care in a Toxic Time 1–5 PM Oakland, Asian Cultural Ctr 388 9th St.
Oakland, CA

 MARCH 24th - SARAH SHELTON MANN- The Breathe of Ecstacy -
   Finding the common pulse in dance and collaboration
 Please write message at (415) 267-7634

APRIl 21st - HIROKO TAMANO - BUTOh expressive form: a must for
any clown of the soul, any bridge builder of shamanism and the arts
 Please write message at (415) 267-7634

# "The March for Women's Lives" April 25, 2004
Same march previously named: "March for Freedom of Choice"

# April 25 - March for Freedom of Choice - Washington, D.C. privacy
and right to choose abortion.

# TOAST IN ARIZONA, APRIL 28 - MAY 2 Arizona Regional Burn!
Come out to Witch Well Arizona at "Area 51" and Burn Toast.
artists, musicians, performers, participants.
To participate as greeters, rangers, lamplighters,earth guardians Toast-town [at] Arizona [at]

# April 2004 - Washington, DC - Anti-globalization/Anti-capitalist protests
during the IMF/World Bank Spring meetings.

# Say NO to Wal-Mart. WAL-Martyrs is a Tribe for those of us interested in " culture jamming " @ Wal-Mart and want to ACTIVELY voice our distaste of this mega-store that puts independent stores out of business & systematically abuses its employees by denying health care.
Join us in a national day of " Shopping for others " where we fill shopping carts on April 20th, 2004 at your local Wal-Mart and leave them @ the cash registers.

May 14-16 Altered States & the Spiritual Awakening Conference - SF
Ram Dass and others.


# June 12,13 2004 Santa Rosa

# Pagan Ancient Ways Festival at Harbin Hot Springs, MIddletown, CA mid-June.

# August 29 - The World Says No to Bush - Worldwide Day of Action
and protests in NYC during Repub Nat'l Conv (Aug. 30 through Sept. 2)

# August, Santa Cruz mountains

# Aug 30 - Sep 6 2004 tix avail March 1st.
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