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SF events 4.16
Friday Apr 16th, 2004 1:31 PM
Transfer Authority in Iraq to UN


John Kerry, Serial killer.
GW BUSH and John Kerry are both Skull and Bones / CIA.
None of us are bound by their laws. This election is a fraud.
Do your own thing. Disobey unjust laws. Beware US Electoral Scam. REVOLT!
By US constitution we the people are to overthrow any gov't not representing us.

Congress Fuels Global Warming by Passing Transportation Budget

Income tax is voluntary.*/

Any time a website is taken down, you can still see it @

Eco-Calendar and Alerts

# Fri, Apr 16 6-9pm The post-it show cloising reception CCA playspace
1111 8th St @ Wisconsin / Irwin / 16th St. Potrero Hill

Fri Apr 16th, 6:30 pm, New College of California, 777 Valencia Francisco
Sat Apr 17th, 6:30 pm, Fellowship Unit Univ 1924 Cedar @ Bonita Berkeley

# Benefit Film Night for Jeff "Free" Luers 4/16/2004 6:30 PM
AK Press Warehouse 674-A 23rd Street, Oakland
(between MLK and San Pablo, 1 block off West Grand)
Featuring the film Green With a Vengeance one of the best films about the ecological defense movement and the case of Jeff 'Free' Luers case. And popcorn too!
Doors at 6:30 / $10 -$5 sliding scale

# Fri, Apr 16 7:30 pm John Bonifaz and Riva Enteen
"The Case for Impeaching Bush & Cheney"
Angelico Hall 50 Acacia Street, off Grand Ave San Rafael

# SEEMEN: Interactive Robotics/Machine Performance FRI Apr 16
8+10 PM $10 EMAIL tobor__ [at]

# Fri Apr 16 queer bonfire Ocean Beach @ Fulton. No park in lot >10pm
No Alcohol, no glass. please see FAQ @
Postponed due to weather. Join us next Fri 23 April instead.

A night of fashion, art and music. 40 local designers * 8 DJ's * 2 Bands
Apr 16, 2004 111 MINNA GALLERY (@ 2nd) 9 pm-2am $5 21 & over
Planet Magazine, Hair Play, SF Station Skyy Vodka!


# RhythMethod Frid Apr 16 Ethan Miller (playing whatever he feels like)

Joe Rice (hip-hop/funk/soul) ColdWar (80's) Il Pirata 16th & Utah 21+. $5

#Apr 16-18 anarchist conf UCB
Fri 7pm – 10pm Potluck Long Haul Infoshop 3124 Shattuck Berkeley
Sat UC BERKELEY, BARROWS HALL 9:30-10am Breakfast
10-11:30am Opening Panel “What is Anarchism to us?” Barrows Rm 122
A chance to hear the varying opinions on what anarchism means to
different folks, and how they came to anarchism. Speakers
11:45am – 1:15pm Workshop Session 1 Food Not Bombs Barrows Room 136

# Sat Apr 17 10am - 1pm Permaculture Garden Design
"elements," "functions," and "energy cycling." habitat in your garden,
attracting pollinators and wildlife, and using native plants. hands-on

Wildheart Gardens, 463 61st Street, @ Telegraph, Oakland. $15/$10
Info: 510/548-2220 x233.

# Calendar of baarn
Protest at UCSF against senseless experiments on live animals.
Sat Apr 17 11am-2pm (UCSF), 513 Parnassus Ave, SF
COME TO THE PROTEST FOR THE SAKE OF ANIMALS USED IN CRUEL EXPERIMENTS AT UCSF, the greatest protest (in a while) on behalf of animals in labs. If you care about cats, dogs, nonhuman primates, rabbits, pigs, guinea pigs, sheep, mice, rats, hamsters, ferrets, squirrels (ab)used in laboratory experiments in the guise of scientific research, you must come to the Kick-Off Protest Rally for World Week for Animals in Labs (WWAIL).
bring a warm jacket, a sign, your canine or other companions.

# AMY GOODMAN in person! Talk and book signing. Sat April 17 12:00 Noon
First Presbyterian Church 1140 Cowper Street, Palo Alto
$8 to $20 sliding scale. Wheelchair accessible.

# 4th Bi-Annual Emperor North Beach Urban Golf Open
Sat Apr 17 Noon-ish $5 ball fee
Who needs Pebble Beach? What's a master, anyway? Where's my Bullhorn?
golfing in North Beach. Nine Holes, Nine Bars, and not a Nine Iron in sight.
You must acquire your own club; thrift stores, especially in the Mission.
Washington Square Park corner of Mason and Greenwich SF
415-267-6999 norton [at]

# sat 17 Berkeley Bay Festival 201 University, Berkeley Marina Noon-5pm, free. Learn about environmental education programs, listen to music, and take a sailboat ride at this annual shore-side festival.

# Pot Luck + Speaker Gathering Marin Living Foods Community
Sat Apr 17 6-9pm, Bel Marin Keys 65 Calypso Shores, Novato,
Speaker Jill Harrington who is the Co-Chair of EarthSave of Marin.

# East Bay (Alameda) East Bay Living Foods Group 415-789-8005
Potluck every 3rd Sat 6:15 PM 1300 Grand St @ Alameda Ave , Alameda
eastbaylivingfoods [at] $3 donation with dish, $8 without a dish

# Sat, Apr 17 6:30 pm $5 Grassroots Activists from Three Continents Speak in Bay Area
Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists 1924 Cedar Street (at Bonita)

# Sat. April 17 7:30 pm An evening with Dr. Jane Goodall - SF
Reason for Hope: the reunion of the eagle and the condor. lessons of interconnection
Vets' Memorial Aud, Marin Civic Center, San Rafael
$15 Dress Circle $25 Orchestra

# April 17th -Chicken Ball at the old Mint Bldg

# 4/17: Local Author Day at Kepler's Books Menlo Park
Our Spring Local Author Day features the works of talented memoirists. April in Paris is Trish Hooper's account of leaving California with her family of five and rebuilding a life in Europe. The Beggar King and the Secret of Happiness is storyteller Joel Ben Izzy's tale of losing his voice after twenty years of traveling the globe telling tales. In Borderlines: A Memoir, Caroline Kraus reveals the darkly fascinating story of her all-consuming relationship with a master of manipulation named Jane.

# Anarchy Magazine's Soul Dance Party Sat Apr 17 9pm-12am $3
get your groove on! : come slide and shuffle
to the smooth sounds of James Brown, Etta James, Al Green, et al.
$3, beverages available 3124 Shattuck 2blocks east of Ashby BART

Sat April 17 @ Anon Salon Space 285 9th @ Folsom 10pm-late
$15 @ door - $12 advance tickets @ BPM Records: (573 Hayes
- Loosebeats - J-Boogie - Fred Funk - Laird - Satsi - Smoove - Goldilox - Toph-1
- Brown Baggin' (live 6 piece funk band from Oakland) - Adnan - David Starfire
Hip-hop, House, Breaks, and whatever the funk.
Nothin' but lowdown funk love. If your ass ain't shakin' ...

just freak with the flow.

# 4/18 Area 420 Pot Luck BBQ - Stevens Creek County Park 11-5

# We will be hooping at Martin Luther King Jr. Park in Berkeley this
Sun Apr 18 @ 2pm . A stilt walking group will also be there,
the more circus freaks the better bah-subscribe [at]

# 4/18: Sacred Feminine Book Club 6536 Telegraph Ave, Oakland
(Meets Monthly) CHANGE MAKERS Books, Gifts & Events for Women 7 pm - 9 pm

# 4/18: SF Laptop Battle // Info + How to Enter
Club Six (60 - 6th St @ Market / Mission ) - 9 pm, only $5

# mon Apr 19 'Same Sex Marriage: Law and Politics' UC Berkeley, Barrows Hall, Lipman Room, eighth floor, Bancroft and Telegraph, 1-5pm, free. This symposium focuses on the legal and constitutional issues surrounding same-sex marriage.

# extend last call to 4am: SF Late Night Coalition
to RSVP e-mail them at lilmike [at] and terrance [at]
You can find more information about the SF Entertainment Commission, including meeting times and upcoming agenda items, at
Monday, April 19, must leave by 6:30 am for 9 am hearing
Meet @ 6th & Harrison the Endup for dawn rally & bus ride to Sacto

# on tuesday, june 8th protest the corporate biotech-pharmaceutical machine. one obvious target is the meeting at moscone, but there are certainly others around town. reclaim the commons meeting next monday, april 19th 7pm humanist hall in oakland -- 390 27 th St Oakland (between Telegraph and Broadway).

# Get money out of politics and people back in: Berkeley Fair Elections Campaign
LAUNCH for the campaign to make Berkeley the first city in
the United States to pass full financing for public elections!
Greenlining Institute, 1918 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
Monday, April 19 7pm Why Fair Elections?
*Allows politicians to do the job of working with voters instead of
constantly fund raising
*Encourages community leaders to run, regardless of their means
*Promotes grassroots participation by putting voters, not donors, in charge
of who can run for office
*Restores voters=B9 faith that their voices will be heard
Successful systems for Public Financing in Maine and Arizona show us that
this is possible! Governor Janet Napolitano (D-Arizona) ran as a publicly
funded candidate in 2002 and defeated a privately-financed opponent. She
said, got to spend time with voters as opposed to spending time dialing
for dollars or trying to sell tickets to $250 a plate fundraisers.
Founded in 2001 by NBA player Adonal Foyle (Golden State Warriors),
Democracy Matters is a non-partisan non-profit organization of students and
professors working on campuses across the country to educate people about
the role of big money in politics, and its impact on democracy.
amirad@democracymatters 510.843.7464

# TV TURNOFF WEEK April 19-25 marks this year's annual seven day
celebration of tube-free existence. What will you be up to? Meeting
neighbors, smashing up TVs, or just opting out? Let us know.

# 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.

# Tue Apr 20 4pm - midnight $25 420 FEST 2004 features: Vision Walker of the Wailers,
FELONIUS, Nonameko & featuring Carlos Mena and Eskapo. 420 Lounge. FREE FOOD
Buffet until 5:30PM. Miss Oaksterdam 2004 Pagaent. Stay tuned for details.
Oakland Box Theater 1928 Telegraph

# Outreach at Pac Bell Park Bay Area actions against Caterpillar
Tue Apr 20, 5:30 PM (ends at 7:30) Pac Bell Park

# Tue. April 20 6:30pm Global Intercommunity Networking Salon
6:30 - reception 7:30 - introductions/guest presentation
8:00 - Auroville video 8:30 - moderated discussion
9:00 - salon, breakout groups, demos and music $10-25
3220 Sacramento @ Lyon

# Perspective on 9-11 Exposing the Lies 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 perspective. Going beyond the pioneering video by Michael Ruppert, excerpts of ten videos, including The Great Deception with Barrie Zwicker 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 over 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 was a featured speaker at the recent 3 day 9-11 International Inquiry in SF, where he spoke on the psychological aspects of 9-11. He brings a multifaceted and balanced approach to this investigation.
We will open the evening with music by Michael Masely.
"No one plays the cymbalom, the large hammered dulcimer, the way Michael Masley does. His creative brilliance goes beyond his performance... Masley...invented "bowhammers"...finding rich, haunting overtones that characterize his music."
Tue Apr 20 6:30 pm Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
1924 Cedar St. (at Bonita; 1 block East of MLK Way) $5 510-527-7543

# Tue Apr 20, 7 pm Refuse & Resist tribute to Mumia Abu Jamal on his 50th
birthday and release of his new book: We Want Freedom: A Life in the
Black Panther Party - Mumia Abu Jamal - the voice of the voiceless
Humanist Hall, 390-27th St @ Broadway/Telegraph, Oakland $5 Speakers:
Robert R. Bryan: lead counsel for Mumia and specialist in death
penalty litigtaion for three decades will give a legal update
David Hilliard, former Black Panther Party, chief of staff, author of
the recent book, "This Side of Glory" will talk about Mumia's role in
the Black Liberation movement.
Laura Magnani, American Friends Service Committee, Assistant Regional
Director will speak on the death penalty as an instrument of state
repression in relation to Mumia and other prisoners
Terry Bisson, author of "On A Move" will speak about Mumia's early years.

# Tue, Apr 20 7:00 pm Tribute to Mumia Abu Jamal on his 50th birthday
Humanist Hall 390-27th St @ Broadway / Telegraph Oakland

# 4/20: Who Shot JFK? Find out tonight! every 1st and 3rd Tuesday: same Location.
7 pm in SF (15 Boardman Place @ Bryant between 6th and 7th) will be the first public showing of the full version of the Zapruder film in the United States. A Japanese crew was able to track down six missing fames of the film and put the full version together with the audio recording from a Dallas policeman’s radio. The results are astounding. Not only can one hear that five shots were fired (in constrast to the official three), but experts from England and Poland were able to determine that the shots were fired by three different guns/gunmen in separate locations. At the showing will be Paul Kangas who as a young man served in the Navy and served in JFK’s militarty security escort. He can tell you firsthand that the regular military escort was pulled on that fateful day and that he and his fellow soldiers knew immediately that the official story was impossible. There is no set charge but a donation would be appreciated. Seating is limted to 50 people so come on time if you wish to join this historic event.

# Tue, Apr 20 7-8:30 pm Screening+Discussion: The Fourth World War
Grand Lake Neighborhood Center
530 Lake Park Ave( btwn Grandlake and Lakeshore, under 580)

# Tue Apr 20 7 pm - 9 pm Amy Stewart, worm enthusiast and author
of "The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms."
In the tradition of the bestselling The Botany of Desire comes this
fascinating exploration of the underground world of one of its most
amazing denizens. The earthworm may be small, spineless, and blind,
but its role in the ecosystem is profound. It tills the soil,
destroys microscopic organisms that cause plant disease, breaks down
toxins, and turns the ground into rich compost, creating the most
fertile areas on earth. In her witty and offbeat style, Amy Stewart
shows just how much depends on the humble worm. Come be amazed at
just how fascinating worms can be!
Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo Ave, near Dwight Way, Berkeley.
Cost: Free. ttp:// 510-548-2220 x233

# 4-21 SFSU Earth Day Festival

# LARRY EVEREST: Oil, Power and Empire Wed Apr 21, 7 p.m.
First Unitarian Church 160 North 3rd St., San Jose
Larry Everest, the author of the best selling book “Oil, Power and Empire: Iraq and the U.S. Global Agenda,” asks: Why did the US invade and occupy Iraq? What is the global agenda that drove the war? How can we resist this juggernaut of war and repression?

# April 22 2004 Business Environmental Awards

# EarthDay April 22 Mixer & Celebration PLANTING SEEDS OF CHANGE
Thu Apr 22 Cellspace (2050 Bryant / 18th st in SF) 7pm-1am, Door 6:30
$5-10 donation No one turned away for lack of funds, NO ALCOHOL event unite [at] 415.820.1456
SFUAS is hosting a series of mixers which are bringing together sustainable
businesses, city officials and community members for an evening of dialogue
and idea-building within a comfortable social atmosphere. Dynamic speakers
and attendees, mixing activities, high-quality entertainment. Join us at
our special EarthDay Mixer & Celebration "Planting Seeds of Change":
-- KEYNOTE SPEAKER Kevin Danaher, Co-founder, Global Exchange
-- MC Mo Melady (Host of Planet Check Green Radio)
-- Listen/Be Heard via short presentations on current Sustainable
businesses/projects by various groups and individuals, (possibly YOU project!)
-- Network/Connect with like-minded greensters who might help YOUR project
get to the next step
-- Find Out about city-sponsored Sustainability programs and opportunities
-- Teach/Learn at various Learning Stations and Information tables (Starting
Green Business, BioFuel, Organic Gardening, City-run Programs and others)
-- Yummy Organic Food by LoveMore Gourmet
Damn Good Celebration: 9:30-1am
- ESTAS TONNE & FRIENDS - Gypsy Troubadours
- THE GENIE - Scratch Guitar
- Alex Theory - Live Electronica (Mystic Vibration
- Ikarus - Phat Breaks (
+ Random Performers Hula Circus & Other Suprises
If you or your organization would like to participate at the event, set-up a
table, a learning station, volunteer for the event, or offer sponsorship and
donations, please contact us at 415.820-1456 or unite [at]
Give a brief description of yourself and your project and any website info.
--SF Urban Alliance for Sustainability (sfUAS) is a local network comprised of
green businesses and community members. Our intention is to create a dynamic
model of sustainability in the City, uniting responsible business practices
with community development, social equity, and ecological integrity. We wish
to develop an Eco-Industrial Park which will house office and production
facilities for sustainable businesses, artists and non-profits, an organic
cafe, gallery, retail and community space. We will utilize green building
techniques, renewable energy sources, and minimization of waste. 

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

# Exciting CAT Direct Action Fri Apr 23, 7AM (yes, A.M.!)
Bush Street @ Van Ness

# Friday April 23 Show "Carpenter at the Dump" 5-9 p.m.
Celebrate the Art of Recycling with Rick Carpenter
directions + pic :
SF Recycling & Disposal, Inc, 501 Tunnel Ave , SF

# April 23& 24-The Lesbian/ Gay Chorus of SF- St Francis Lutherean
152 Church, SF- 8PM

# Apr 23-25 8th @ Brannan Concourse Exhibit Ctr.
Exposition of Raw Vegan Living food, Health-providing & green technologies.

# Bay Area Celebrates National Dance Week April 23 - May 2

# March of dimes contributions fund cruel animal research while
sheer majority of birth defects are caused by environmental toxins.
Lake Merritt, 1520 Lakeside Drive, Oakland Join us to distribute
cruelty-free charity guides to March of Dimes walkers while a plane
w/ anti-vivisection message flies over Lake Merritt.
info [at] & kstoick [at] P: (925) 487-4419

# City of Alameda Presents - EARTH DAY FESTIVAL Sat Apr 24 11am-4pm
Washington Park - (Central Ave & 8th St, Alameda) free activites for the kids,
Earth Day games and exhibits and learn about building a clean, healthy, diverse world
Free Bike Parking, AC Transit access . Free Parking Robert Crown Memorial park lot.

# April 24 noon - 5pm Berkeley Earth Day --Civic Center Park,
MLK @ Center / Allston, Berkeley.

# 34th annual Berkeley EarthDay Sat Apr 24 Noon-5pm Civic Center Park
(Center and MLK nr Berekely BART) FREE
- Main Stage with Music and Dance troupes
- Kids Eco-art making area coordinated by East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse
- Over 150 booths with crafts, businesses, community, food and gov't groups
- Demonstrations of alternative energy including electric cars, hemp
products, solar, etc - Berkeley Farmer's Market w/mostly Organic Farmers

# Breast Cancer Action Town Meeting For Activists: Taking Care in a Toxic Time
Sat Apr 24 noon - 5 pm Asian Cultural Center 388 9th St. Oakland
keynote speaker Dr. Sandra Hernandez, a medical doctor and public health specialist widely respected for her work on both the precautionary principle and universal access to health care. Learn how to take action to reduce and eliminate our exposure to toxic chemicals and protect public health, and participate in workshops on mammography, breast cancer politics, the Rachel Carson Cancer Research Project, and corporate connections to breast cancer. BCA will provide Spanish and Cantonese interpretation. For more information and to download flyers in English, Spanish, and Chinese, go to:

# 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

# (San Mateo) Leon, 650-401-6423 or Fatima (650) 401-7118
Potluck: every Last Saturday 4:30 PM Yoga Wellness Center
35 North San Mateo Dr., San Mateo (directions on website)
TheSpiritOfSong [at]

# bass wave IS APPROACHING on 4-24-2004

# On April 24th at 8 PM The Castro Theater welcomes Reverend Billy’s
infamous Off-Broadway interactive play, a re-engineered church service,
featuring a twenty five voice gospel choir, The Reading of the Word
(never the Bible), Fabulous Sainthood, Credit Card Exorcisms and
Thoughtful Mortifications with special guest Gospel diva Charlene
Moore, Musical Director for Sylvester and Two Tons of Fun.
$10, 429 Castro
Billy's lecture
Super Walmart
The Church of Stop Shopping will give a live radio performance on West
Coast Live Saturday April 24th, at 10 Am. For further updates please

# Cell Space "Creative Revolution" Sat April 24th 9pm
revolution begins in the minds of those who dare to question
the current paradigm and strive to create new and creative ways
to make a difference. Creating Beats:
Lorin (bassnectar) Garth (Wicked) Brother (Space Ship Gaia)
Dj Seven (Lo-Rise) Olivia (SC) electrifying dance Performance by
Hipnautica (Rebecca, Tereasa, Cindy, Cara, Kristen)and the drummers
"crafting orgy" hosted by Jo Jo La Plume; make your own masks,hats,
spinning poi, marionetteect... Hat fashion show with musical score by LUX
$15 2050 Bryant @ 18th / 19th St.

# April 24 & 25 Break the Wall, SF Mime Troupe's Youth Theatre Project - SF April 24 8 pm April 25 2 pm Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission
@24th/25th FREE office [at] or

# "The March for Women's Lives" April 25, 2004 Wash, DC
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.

# register for the Great Earth Walk on behalf of Sea Shepherd at: FREE! Sat May 1

# MAYDAY MAY DAY How many more must die? SAT MAY 1 UN PLAZA SF
Procession on May 1 through the Civic Center bearing panels with the
names/photos of the dead in Iraq, both Coalition troops and Iraqi civ
from the UN Plaza to the Federal Building, to Vets Building,City Hall reading of
names, song and bearing witness to the horror of war.

# Sat May 1p-9p How Weird Fair Howard @ 11th/12th
4 City blocks music dancing, crafts art, perf merriment. $5/3 costume.

# Jigs ‘n’ Rigs fest 04 Sat 1 May Beltaine -
Celtic festival when the light was welcomed back from the Darkness…

# May 2 S.F. LiFE (San Francisco Living Foods Enthusiasts) 415-751-2806
Potluck: First Sunday of each month ("usually"), 1:00 PM
Where: Mission Street Police Station Community Room, 630 Valencia at 17th
http:/ Free for members, $3 non with raw dish

# Sun. May 2 7 pm Benefit Concert & Comedy Night for Social Justice
promote voter awareness & critical thought on essential social issues, human & civil rights, environmental & economic sustainability, voter turnout, and to help promote Progressive Non-profits. Rasselas, 1534 Fillmore @ Geary $10 6:30 pm

# May 7-16 Nuclear Protest:Mercury, NV

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

# May 14-16
The Art of Resistance Political Artists' Conference
The 2004 conference is the first annual gathering of political artists
from around the country and the world. The conference will consist of two
days of workshops, speakers and events exploring political art.
Conference participants will receive hands-on skills and practical
knowledge, a broader understanding of the history and current state of
political art and benefit from the rare opportunity of being able to spend
a weekend in a building full of political artists from across the country.
We hope to strengthen the movement of artists for global justice by
linking together communities of artists whether geographically bound or
connected by specific issue.

# Interfaith Pagan Pride Parade Celebration-May 15 Theme-"Divine Feminine"
Sat May 15 10 am - 5 pm, Berkeley Civic Center Park (MLK at Center)
Music, Art, Crafts, Food, Ritual, Performances, Author's Circle
Parade 11:30 am

The world still says no to war! Keep space for peace, no new “star wars”!
May 15th Join us in a protest for peace at Vandenberg Space Command

# May 17th Day of Action To Protest Bush's Anti-Gay
Constitutional Amendment Drive

# Block Party Bonanza!! May 30 Portland, OR to set World Record!

Sun june 6 permitted march ending in a really, really free market with the theme: corporations out of iraq; corporations out of the commons...or something along those lines. a date to save.


# June 12,13 2004 Santa Rosa

# June 18,19,20 Sierra Nevada World Music Fest Angels Camp, CA

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

# July 1-7 Rainbow Gathering Shasta, CA

# Aug 6,7,8 French's Camp, Piercy, Humboldt, CA

# 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 fine desert camp art
2x / month Newsletter: bman-announce-subscribe [at]

# Sep 11 Power To The Peaceful Concert GG Park Michael Franti

# Earthdance Black Oak Ranch Sep 17,18,19.

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