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Sat Jul 10 2004 (Updated 02/02/09)Fault Lines: newsmagazine published by San Francisco Bay Area Indymedia
Sat Jul 10 2004 (Updated 02/02/09)Fault Lines Still Kickin'
February, 2007: the SF Bay Area IMC Print Collective is brewing up issue 20 and wants your help! There will be a number of ways to get involved in the coming weeks...
Faultlines Designers Wanted! Come to an introductory design (InDesign and Photoshop) skillshare and put your skills to use on the current issue!
No design expeience necessary, though it always helps. The only real requirements are to be comfortable with and have access to a computer. If you have a laptop, bring it!
TUESDAY Feb. 13th 8PM
3030B 16th Street at Mission
To volunteer in any way (list of needs), please email info 'at' faultlines.org or just show up at one of our open-door meetings. All of our meetings are at the IMC space at 2940 16th Street, Suite 216, in S.F. Contact us to find out when the nexting meeting is happening. Get involved today!
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Recent FAULT LINES Fan Mail
I recently made a purchased from Alternative Tentacles and along with my order came a copy of your Fault Lines newspaper (volume 2 issue 3) It makes a nice change to see that someone in America does not forget the rest of the world (i'm from the UK) some of us do care and we are interested in what one of the most powerful countries in the world gets up to, especially when Bush shouts "jump" and our righteous gang at Downing Street shout back "how high!" Only the fool doesn't need to know what is going on, keep up your difficult but rewarding hard work.
the Fault Lines collective says:
Hardly Strictly Tuesday Oct 9th 6:56 AM
Second Quarter Reporting: What will Barrick hide from their shareholders this time? (2 comments) Thursday Aug 2nd 3:15 AM
CISPES Declares its Solidarity with the Salvadoran Political Prisoners Thursday Jul 12th 4:43 PM
Fault Lines Distro Dinner and a Movie Night Tuesday Jul 10th 9:53 AM
In San Francisco, Tenants Have Rights! (1 comment) Sunday Jun 24th 1:43 AM
Rent is Theft, Housing is a Human Right (8 comments) Sunday Jun 24th 1:39 AM
Former Tenant Pickets as Realtors Tries to Sell House Sunday Jun 24th 1:30 AM
What Do More Condos Mean for the Mission? (1 comment) Sunday Jun 24th 1:24 AM
The Ellis Act Defined Sunday Jun 24th 1:23 AM
Pacifism Summer: Revolution Summer Through the Lens of Churchill's Pacifism as Pathology Saturday Jun 23rd 8:39 PM
Sacco and Vanzetti: A Review (1 comment) Saturday Jun 23rd 8:29 PM
Guerrilla Gardens (1 comment) Saturday Jun 23rd 8:01 PM
The Scapegoat's Tale: An Interview with Gabe Meyers Saturday Jun 23rd 7:39 PM
Anti-G8 Fallout: Learning from Past Actions in San Francisco: An Interview with Josh Wolf Saturday Jun 23rd 7:26 PM
No G8: Heiligendamm Report Back (1 comment) Saturday Jun 23rd 7:06 PM
Indigenous Resurgence in Abya Yala (1 comment) Saturday Jun 23rd 4:32 PM
No Love for Golddiggers (3 comments) Saturday Jun 23rd 3:55 PM
Biojustice Diary: Oranized Opposition to the Biotech Industry's Annual Meeting in Boston (2 comments) Saturday Jun 23rd 3:30 PM
Microradio Blues: SF Liberation Radio's Court Defeat Exemplifies Federal/Corporate Control Saturday Jun 23rd 3:08 PM
Clean Burn: SF City College Administrators Swindle Students out of $200G Biodiesel Grant (2 comments) Saturday Jun 23rd 2:27 PM
Fault Lines #21 Wednesday Jun 20th 12:16 AM
Fault Lines' First Editorial Deadline Monday Apr 23rd 4:54 PM
CAN WE TALK ABOUT GOD?- Devotion & Extremism in the Modern Age Sunday Apr 22nd 11:48 AM
Fault Lines' Second Editorial Deadline Saturday Apr 7th 7:48 PM
Fault Lines' First Editorial Deadline Saturday Apr 7th 7:38 PM
Fault Lines Editorial Skill Share Saturday Apr 7th 1:56 PM
Fault Lines General Meeting Saturday Apr 7th 1:49 PM
Fault Lines 17 pdf Monday Apr 2nd 1:37 AM
Issue 19 pdf Monday Apr 2nd 1:32 AM
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