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SF events 7.15
by 911 + 7/7 = inside job
Thursday Jul 14th, 2005 10:43 PM
who benefits?
Now England is Pressuring EU for BIometric ID cards.
PROBABILITY OF DRILL AND TERROR ATTACK COINCIDING BY CHANCE (10yr mean) One chance in 3,715,592,613,265,750,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (re: 7/7 faux terror bombing in London / inside job)

Toxic elements found in infants' cord blood
Unborn US Babies Soaked in Chemicals

Aspartame Induces Lymphomas and Leukemias in Rats and

Download Perfect copy of new aspartame study with graphs

Wildlife Extinction Bill

state: Act Now Before Congress Expands the Patriot Act

PROBABILITY OF DRILL AND TERROR ATTACK COINCIDING BY CHANCE (10yr mean) One chance in 3,715,592,613,265,750,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (re: 7/7 faux terror bombing in London / inside job)


Terrorism is a Racket

US drug-war in Canada!
Cross-border drug war destroys Canadian sovereignty,
as NAFTA helps DEA control RCMP in BC.

Oil, the only US interest in Africa

The Emperor Bush

128,000 Iraqis have been killed since the U.S. invasion began in March 2003.

Russia & China Activate Ten Divisions to Counter U.S.

Oliver Stone Making a 9/11 Movie !!!

No Child Left Unrecruited

1)Barbara Boxer Petition - Demand a success strategy for Iraq

2) National Council of Churches USA call to pursue peace and justice
in Iraq.

3) Support the Homeward Bound Act

4) Rep. Dennis Kucinich has a 10 point plan to bring the troops home
in 90 days

5) Democracy Rising calls for a three-step approach to rapidly and
responsibly remove U.S. military forces, civilian military
contractors and U.S. corporate interests from Iraq

Statistics Prove Prescription Drugs Are 16,400% More Deadly Than Terrorists

"Allegations of misconduct by U.S. researchers reached record highs last year
as the Department of Health and Human Services received 274 complaints — 50
percent higher than 2003 and the most since 1989 when the federal government
established a program to deal with scientific misconduct."

summer festivals: Reggae on the River, Frenchs Camp Piercy, CA: August 5th-7th Nelson BC Canada: August 11-15 Hopland, CA: August 20th & 21st Black Rock City, NV: August 29th – Sept 5th , Laytonville, CA: Sept 16th-19th , San Rafael, CA: October 14th-16th Nov. 5-6 Brannan @ 8th St. SF

Fri Jul 15

# UC Davis Primate Center Demo - Friday July 15th 10:30 AM
University of California Laboratories routinely perform cruel
experiments on primates and on many other species. Rhesus monkeys are
confined to restraint chairs with electrodes inserted into their
brains and restraining bars literally bolted to their skulls.
Experiments such as this often lead to diseases like encephalitis,
meningitis, etc. These projects also deprive the primates of water for
extended periods -- up to 23 hours per day for 5 days per week.
Primates imprisoned in laboratories often are driven insane by
captivity engaging in self-mutilation and stereotypical behavior.
Your help is needed to bring an end to these heinous projects. These
experiments and more are paid for with your tax dollars. We estimate
that UC labs receive these funding amounts per year for animal

University of California, San Francisco -- $200 million
University of California, Los Angeles -- $188 million
University of California, Davis -- $148 million

Protest specifics:

University of California, Davis -- Friday, July 15th 10:30 am

Location: Hutchinson Rd And County Rd 98, Davis, CA

The UC Davis Primate Center is located at the end of Hutchinson Rd
where it dead ends with
County Rd. 98

From East of Davis
Take the 1-80 West
Take the CA-113 N Ramp to Woodland
Take the Hutchinson Dr. exit to UC Davis
Turn Left on Hutchinson Dr. until you reach the County Rd. 98

If you are West of Davis
Take I-80 East take the Pedrick Rd. Exit
Go North on Pedrick
Pedrick Rd. Becomes County Rd. 98 Proceed to the intersection with
Hutchinson rd.

Local contact Pete Hernandez -- 831 247 6220 vegunpete [at]

# International Day for Korean Dogs and Cats Protest Fri July 15, 11am-1pm
Korean Consulate, 3500 Clay St. (near Laurel), San Francisco
(click for directions)
For more information and to RSVP, please contact me at
karen [at] or (415) 388-9641, ext. 217. I look forward to seeing
you there! for more information on IDA's
Korean Dog and Cat campaign.

# The Simnuke Project - Location Changed!
Friday, July 15, 2005 - Sunday, July 17, 2005
4:00 PM Location: North of Reno, NV
Due to wildfires in Southern Nevada, Simnuke has had to change locations to a playa in the Reno area.

Contact trinity [at] for more information or to reserve a space!

Simnuke is a large scale 3-part memorial reaction to the atomic age being created by a group of artists from the Bay Area and beyond. An excerpt from Simnuke's website ( briefly describes the components and intentions of the project:

On July 16, 1945 at 05:29:45 local time (Mountain War Time), a team of scientists reached the culmination of the Manhattan Project, the first test of a nuclear weapon. The event was code-named "Trinity".

On July 16, 2005 at 05:29:45 local time we will commemorate the 60-year anniversary of Trinity by simulating the look and feel of the detonation of a nuclear device. To do this, we are building what is possibly the world's largest flame creating machine.

In the 60 years since that world-changing moment that was the Trinity detonation, the Bomb has permeated the collective consciousness, shaped generations, economies, and nations, and within the last decade almost completely disappeared. Children today barely know the fears of the nuclear age.

We will create a somber memorial, a reminder to modern society of the grim destructive power that looms over everyday life. The fireball we are creating is a symbol - an awakening call to the persistent threat of nuclear destruction. This simulation is not a glorification of the destructive power of nuclear weapons.

The Simnuke Project seeks to illustrate the needless threat of such limitless, destructive energy in the hope that no one will ever again experience the devastation of the real thing.

A gallery show in San Francisco will accompany this event in the desert, allowing artists working in a variety of mediums to delve into the implications of atomic weapons that have pervaded our lives for the last 60 years. Additionally, we will plant 60 trees as a lasting and healing memorial grove.

The first, and centerpiece, of the 3 parts - the simulated detonation - will occur at an event in vicinity of Las Vegas on the early morning of July 16th, and you are cordially invited to attend. In addition to the flame effect, the desert event will also include a series of music & performances as well as a reflective discussion on the past, present and future implications of the atomic age. Also included: light hors d'oeuvres, a morning waffle breakfast, and a campout lasting the remainder of the weekend.

The project is actively seeking performers & contributors for the desert event!! Dancers, performance artists, musicians/bands, djs...pretty much anything either speaks in some way about the performer's reflections on the atomic age and atomic weaponry, or simply contributes to filling the event with thoughtfulness and/or information about nuclear policy & the atomic age. Additionally, we have a need for volunteers at the event and will comp a portion of the suggested donation in exchange.

Wired Magazine, NPR, Weekend America, and other national media will be in attendance, and the project is supported by The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, The Nuclear Policy Research Institute, and Tree New Mexico, in addition to several private supporters. Ticket donations and other contributions are tax deductible.

For more details about the desert event as well as information on how to reserve a ticket, please visit:

**The suggested donation is just that...suggested...and Simnuke does not wish to prohibit attendance simply due to lack of funds. Please contact us if you wish to come but cannot afford the suggested rate.

Please feel free to direct any questions related to the desert event to:
trinity [at]

I wholeheartedly encourage you to browse the Simnuke website for greater detail on the background & scope of the project as well as information on the amazing artists who are behind it.

And while you're at it, pop over and take a look at the write-up the project received in June's Wired magazine!

Best wishes to you all,

# Fri July 15 5-8 PM Supervisor Mirkarimi hosts Third Friday's Art Reception
Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi Hosts Art Opening Commemorating
the 60th Anniversary of the Hiroshima Bombing

On Friday, July 15th, 2005, Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi hosts the monthly Third Friday’s Art Reception in his City Hall office, Room 282. In commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing, this month’s featured artists are Lewis Suzuki and Iri and Toshi Maruki.

Lewis Suzuki was born in Los Angeles and studied art in Japan, New York, and California.
His watercolors are bold and impressionistic and enrich and strengthen the spirit of the viewer. Through his art, Mr. Suzuki hopes to give a sense of joy and hope in our difficult and changing world.

“I feel that art has a place in enriching the life of humanity.
Through my art, I hope to strengthen that part of culture.”
--Lewis Suzuki

Iri and Toshi Maruki traveled to Hiroshima three days after the bomb was dropped and witnessed the destruction first hand; several relatives and many friends perished. Three years passed before the Maruki’s were able to begin to paint what they had seen and this helped them to heal emotionally. Nine hundred sketches were merged together to create the first paintings.
“It is a dreadful, cruel scene, but I wanted to paint it with kindness.”
--Toshi Maruki

“If people don’t drop the bomb, it will not fall.”
--Iri and Toshi Maruki

What: Art Opening Reception for Artists Lewis Suzuki and Iri and Toshi Maruki
When: Friday, July 15th, 2005, 5-8 PM
Where: San Francisco City Hall, 1 Carlton B Goodlett Place, Room 282 Contact: Boris Delepine (415) 554-6758

# Outdoor Movie Nights on Main st. Friday, July 15, 2005 - Friday, August 26, 2005
6:30 PM Main St. and 2nd St. Los Altos, CA 94022 view map

# Friday, July 15, 7:00 pm Film: "BEYOND TREASON:
What Causes Gulf War Syndrome?" (89 minutes)
Berkeley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall (W/C accessible)
1924 Cedar (at Bonita), Berkeley
Discussion afterward with Leuren Moret & Dennis Kyne
"Conscientious Projector Film Series"

# Fri, Jul 15, 2005      7:00 pm
LaborFest Film Event: "There's Blood in your Coffee"
Filipino Community Center 35 San Juan Ave. San Francisco

Fri, Jul 15, 2005      8:00 pm
Theater Event: "The Domestic Crusaders"
Thrust Theatre 2025 Addison Street Berkeley

# Stomp the Stumps! Fri July 15 8 pm - 2 am sliding scale $10 up
A benefit dance party for BACH, Earth First! and the forests!
at Ashkenaz club and community center 1317 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley
7th annual STOMP THE STUMPS!
shake your bootie to hours of dance music from the Funky Nixons, Gary Gates Band and the Day Late Fool's Band with Ren and Skimpy opening. It's a party!
Friday July 15, 8 pm - 2 am
with VIDEOS, INFO and CONVERSATION in the ACTION ROOM. Hear the latest about horrific Hurwitz, Pacific Lumber's impending bankruptcy, Maxxam manipulations, awesome actions and more--all will be revealed in the ACTION ROOM!
Ashkenaz 1317 San Pablo Ave. Berkeley
bach [at] 510 548 3113

# Celebration at Groove Garden for Degala- Fri Jul 15 8p 2398 Sir Francis Drake Fairfax.

# sign up here for the $10 before 11.30 for Friday 15th with Tipper?

party info below:
July 15th
- :a night of Music, Art, Performance and Fashion: -
This is the official launch of Tipper's new album 'Relish the Trough'
you may have caught his set for his 'Tip Hop' album at Get Freaky in?
June, now it's time for his upbeat relentlously funky bass album to?
bless your ears. Both albums will be available for purchase at this event.

in the Nexus: - Tip Hop, Electro Bass, Breaks and Electro House -
Tipper (
Adam Ohana (Get Freaky)
Dov (Muti Music / ?Subalicious)
El Papachango (El Circo)
Fashion show:- FutureTrybe and Domini (Clothing Architect)

in the Plexus: - Breaks, House and Kraddy-Hop -
Neptune (Beat Church)
Tung (Brass Tax / Subalicious)
Goldilox (Brass Tax)
Adnan (Forward)
Kraddy?(Muti / Refiner /?Subalicious)

in the Sexus: - Dub, Downbeat, and Electro Funk -?
Jocelyn (Get Freaky)
Abai (BenBenstone)

the Axis: - IDM, eclectic funk, groovy vibes and turntablism -
Ooah & Dorfex Bos (LABA)
Laura and Shawna (EFL & Apsara)
Chris n Geeno (IK)
Dave Jolley (Meta)

# Webpage info for Bohemian Grove Protest July 15-17, 2005

# Lorin in SAN DIEGO on the 15th of JULY and LAKE TAHOE RIPPIN IT JULY 16.
EL CIRCO fundraiza JULY 22 10pm 111 Townsend, SF.


JULY 15, Friday, Greet the Big and Little Eichmanns as they arrive. All day vigil at the Gate in Monte Rio. Drum Circle in the evening for new Bohos like Mickey Hart.

JULY 16, Saturday. "Resurrection of Care! Rally at Monte Rio Parking lot; 11 am. NOON, Protest Parade to the Gate. Ceremony by The International Indian Treaty Council. Demonstration, Conversation, Information, free food, entertainment, Camp overnight.

JULY 17, Sun. Monte Rio Amphitheater Behind the Pink Elephant -10 am til 6 PM. Free admission! Bands, speakers, workshops, info tables, free food, singer/songwriters, comedy, theater, strategy for the future. A Peace, Global Justice, Anti-Corporate, Ecological, Green Convergence, hosted by the Green Party of California & more.

More Info: 415 567 4577 (Don) 707 540 9961, 923 4488 (Paul)

email; done [at]

Or write to: Emerald Greens. Box 162. Piercy 95587

Russian River Area Camping info available also

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What: Green Convergence at Bohemia for Peace and Justice

When: Friday, July 15th- Sunday, July 17th Where: Bohemian Grove is located in the Sonoma County Russian River community of Monte Rio, near the intersection of Hwy. 116 and Bohemian Highway. It is accessible on the Sonoma Transit bus #20 from Santa Rosa Transit Mall.

Mark Your Calendar. Plan your mid-summer excursion to protest the war profiteers as they come to Bohemian Grove, yet again, to cremate their "Cares of the Marketplace". Join local Greens, veterans' groups, corporate responsibility organizations, faith groups, students, people who have never protested before, and the Green Party of California as they converge at Bohemian Grove and call for an end to the Carelessness of their leaders.

Why: Each year, in mid-summer, the elite members of the Bohemian Club in San Francisco gather for two weeks of revelry and "throwing off the cares of the marketplace" among the redwood groves along Sonoma County's Russian River. The club's members include many Presidents, past and present. George H.W. Bush are members, as well as the late Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, and every Republican President since Herbert Hoover.

But the root of the Grove's power is the men who support the efforts of "their' presidents, like they have with the current war in the Middle East. Critics call these gatherings anything but the innocent camaraderie among a group of men who happen to carry the cares of the world on their shoulders all year and just want to party for a couple of weeks.

Corporation executives and owners at the highest levels have gathered with prominent men in politics at Bohemian Grove and built networks that critics say sustains their acquisition of power and wealth throughout the year.

Who: Groups and individuals so far endorsing the Convergence Include Green Party of California, Green Party of Sonoma County, Green Party of Humboldt Co., Green Party of Mendocino County, Emerald Greens, Bohemian Grove Action Network, Veterans for Peace, Mendocino, Veterans for Peace, Garberville, Bill Meyers, Democracy Unlimited*, Dave Cobb, Green Presidential candidate, Ralph Nader, green Presidential candidate. Peter Camejo, Green Vice-Presidential candidate, Peter Phillips, Sonoma State University faculty, expert on Bohemian Grove, International Indian Treaty Council, and a growing list

Sat Jul 16

# 7/16: Water Catchment Tour (sebastopol)
Please join the Bodega Land Trust for the July "Walk and Talk", Saturday, July 16; 10 am - 12ish. This month's walk features a tour of water catchment systems at the Cassidy/Bleifuss property and the Bodega Goat Farm in Bodega. Learn how you can conserve precious resources and reduce strain on your watershed by catching and using rain water. These systems provide sufficient water for household and agricultural use!
Meet at the Cup O' Mud at 9:45 on Saturday, July 16 in Bodega. Tour will last till about 12:30 or so. Call Abby at 876-3093 to sign up or find out more.

# Biodiesel Car Show - 2nd Annual Sat July 16 10am - 5pm Free!
Crissy Field Mason st.
Say GOOD-BYE to foreign oil dependence and spewing green house gases with a biodiesel vehicle the like of what you will see on display by the dozens at the biodiesel car show.
Mercedes, Volkswagons, school buses, heavy equipment
and more!
will be there to show off the power of vegetable based fuel. See,
smell, and experiece
the magic of combusting grease in state of the art machines and classic rides. Mechanics will be on hand to demystify the diesel engine and lead demonstrations.
Check web site for event schedule.
BerkelyBiodiesel [at] (510)594-4000 x 777

# Full Circle : The Epic Return to Trinity
Atomic Flame Opening Ceremony

WHAT: Zen monks will bring the Atomic Flame, a flame that has been burning for 60 years since the worlds first atomic bomb was dropped on Japan, from Hiroshima to San Francisco. Here they will be joined by atomic bomb survivors, Native Americans, and peace groups of all faiths for their final 1600 mile journey through more then 250 communities as they walk from San Francisco to the Trinity Test Site in Alamogordo, New Mexico, location of the first Atomic detonation.

WHEN: July 16, 2005

11:00 am: Invited Public Speakers:
Gunnar Westberg (IPPNW 1985 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate)
Professor Sir Joseph Rotblat (Pugwash, former Manhattan Project Scientist, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 1995)
Message from Mayor Akiba (Hiroshima) and Mayor Itoh (Nagasaki) for Mayors For Peace
Senator Shoukichi Kina Japan
Dr. Bruce Blair Center for Defense Information, Washington DC
Native American Representative (TBA)

12:00 pm: SF walk begins to SBC Park

Start: The northern walkway between Pier 35 and Pier 39, with the Tall Ship Nippon Maru II as the back drop.
Global Nuclear Disarmament Fund, Matt Taylor, (415) 378-8408

The Japanese community, atomic bomb survivors, Native Americans, and peace groups of all faiths will be present, together with people from all over the world to send off the monks by walking together with them from Pier 39 to SBC Park. Citizens from San Francisco and the Bay Area are invited to share in this historic experience with hundreds of peace-walkers from all over the world as they journey to the Trinity Site. The walk is being filmed and will be shown throughout the world as part of a two-hour global television special.

Proceeds from the walk will benefit the Global Nuclear Disarmament Fund and to destroy nuclear weapons and turn them into bracelets. These will be sold to the general public to generate more funds for dismantling nuclear weapons.

Where: Pioneer Log Cabin Picnic Area, Golden Gate
Park Stow Lake Dr. (just off JFK Dr.) SF , CA 94117
When: Saturday, July 16th, 2005 from Noon - 5:00 p.m.
To access this area, take Martin Luther King Drive
from 9th Avenue (at Lincoln). Follow south and take a
right on Stow Lake Drive. Park and walk
towards JFK Drive. The picnic site is located past
the south side of Stow Lake.

# sat jul 16 What:  KFC protest
When: 12 noon to 1 pm
Where: KFC, 1058 Valencia (between 21st & 22nd Sts) -- close to the 16th or 24th & Mission Bart stations
Posters, leaflets, etc. will be provided -- all you need to do is show up!
Click here: for more information.
What:  Herbivore lunch
When: 1:15 to 2:30 pm
Where: 983 Valencia (between 21st & 22nd Sts.)
Walk across the street for a delicious veg lunch after the protest!
Click here: for more information and to rsvp.
What:  Letter writing party
When: 3 - 5 pm
Where:  Red Vic Peace Cafe, 1665 Haight St (at Cole)
You're welcome to take the bus with me from Herbivore to the Red Vic, so no need to figure out directions.
Alerts and supplies will be provided, but whatever you can bring (e.g., pens, paper, envelopes, etc.) is appreciated.  Also, it's helpful if you know who your State assemblymember and senator is.  But no experience or preparation is necessary -- just show up!
Click here: for more information.

# Palo Alto KFC protest.

Where: KFC, 2305 El Camino Real, Palo Alto (corner of El Camino and
When: Saturday, July 16, 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Free parking is available on side streets, as well as in a garage
behind KFC.

The chickens raised by KFC's suppliers have their beaks sliced off,
and many suffer crippling leg deformities because they are bred to
grow so large so quickly that their legs cannot support their weight.
These normally friendly and inquisitive birds are packed into broiler
sheds where they are forced to breathe ammonia-laden air, the result
of living in their own waste. When it comes time for slaughter,
chickens are often still conscious as their throats are slit or when
they are dumped into tanks of scalding water used for feather
removal. For further information about PETA's KFC campaign, visit

I'll have signs and leaflets on hand, but feel free to bring your
own. If you have any questions, please contact me at
Suzanne_Haws [at]
To subscribe to Bay Area Animal Rights Network please send blank email to:
baarn-subscribe [at]

# March for Medical Marijuana - Santa Cruz/Saturday 7/16
WAMM 309 Cedar Street #39, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
phone 831.425.0580 fax 831.425.0582

Please find our second announcement as follows for immediate release and
join us for this MARCH.

The Wo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana, supporting organizations
and the community at large sponsor the WAMM March for Medical Marijuana
on Saturday, July 16th, 2005 at 12 noon on the Pacific Garden Mall, in
downtown Santa Cruz.

To join the MARCH please meet at the corner of Pacific Avenue and
Cathcart Streets at 11am. (Staging for the event begins at 11am.) The
MARCH will begin at 12pm. We will proceed walking north up Pacific to
Church Street, then assemble at Santa Cruz City Hall where we will hold
a rally & press conference at about 1pm.

We estimate more than 1,000 people will participate in this
demonstration of community solidarity opposing the recent decision
of the Supreme Court and of Congress that leaves sick and dying
Californians vulnerable to persecution from the federal government.

In a symbolic act of compassionate access WAMM patient members will lead
the March carrying live medical marijuana plants. This solemn event will honor
the 154 WAMM members who have died since WAMM's inception in 1993.

Mimi Hill Executive Administrator The Wo/Men's Alliance
for Medical Marijuana (831) 425-0580 WAMM proudly sponsors:

# Crucible Fire Arts Festival - SAT July 16 8:00 PM
The Crucible 1260 7th St Oakland, CA 94607

# clear channel/ fire arts festival
i guess i should have looked closer at who the
CRUCIBLE was recieving funds from for this event ....
the one sponsor that stood out is CLEAR CHANNEL.
a company that is in league w/ the bush administration
and the fcc to selectivly take away our rights to free speech
and freedom of expression.....
i'd also be concerned w/ signing over your rights to the
performance materials you'll be using, you have no rights
to publicize your group for this event, & they get the sole
rights to make money off any video footage they get without
giving the artists a cut.....the contract we recieved had over a
100 pages missing from it, who in their right mind would sign this?
what the f?...
how could this happen? who the f let this happen?
you might as well sell your soul to satan, you fools.....

hey, i love the crucible and all it has to offer, but come on....
do you not know about clear channel??

for more info about clear channel,
and their plan of world media domination go to:

# Last year Fire Arts festival was $10. This year it is $25-75, and so FOR PROFIT
that artists are not even allowed to tape their own performances. No rights. ALL $

# Carol Queen’s Birthday-Love Art Laboratory, Peep Show, Personal Service Auction and Benefit for Dixie*

Love Art Laboratory, Peep Show and Personal Service Auction for Carol Queen’s Birthday and Benefit for Dixie*
*Carol Queen and Robert’s beloved truck, Dixie, badly smashed by a hit and run driver

Poster and Webpage:

featuring Annie Sprinkle, Elizabeth Stephens, Lady Monster, Mint Julep, Shanda-Leer,
Sadie Lune, Scarlot Harlot, Dee Dee Russell (of Dee Dee TV), Charlie Anders, Melinda Adams and more!

• Visit Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens famous interactive "Cuddle,"
from "Love Art Laboratory" where art patrons can cuddle between them.
• Service Auction- Bid on a lap dance, massage, or other personal services for the evening!
• Peep Show-Bid on a private show or a peek behind the curtain.

Saturday, July 16 8-11 PM
Donation: $10-$100 and all funds raised go to the revival of Dixie (the truck, not the south)
Location: Center for Sex and Culture/Epicenter Gallery 398 11th St., San Francisco
Volunteer & info: performers, services to auction, donors, artists and more. carolleigh [at] 415-751-1659. If you prefer, you can donate through PAYPAL at

Party and play at the Love Art Laboratory/Peep Show/Auction where you can bid on a range of exciting treats and celebrate Carol Queen's Birthday! Join us for this fun, provocative and lucrative evening as we raise the roof and the funds for Dixie (the truck).

More About the Dixie Revival
On June 16th in the middle of the night, someone actually smashed Carol Queen and Robert’s beloved truck, Dixie, when it was parked on the street. Carol and Robert were not in it, so they were not injured, but it was a hit and run accident, so there is no insurance to cover it. Dixie is truly a great truck, and she has done much volunteer work for the Center for Sex and Culture, carting around everything from food to furniture. She is very progressive and a hard worker.

Dixie (her actual name) is a very historic truck! Reportedly she was once owned by a lesbian attorney couple who helped win Lawrence vs. Texas. The owner before Carol and Robert was a public interest attorney who defended the elderly against fraud.

The damages total to Dixie over $5,000 and it cost nearly $2,000.00 to get her running again. After that Robert will try to do the remaining work. They need this truck to keep the Center for Sex and Culture running, of course. Founding and running the CSC has been a labor of love for them; neither Carol nor Robert gets any kind of payment from that work. Robert’s on disability and Carol handles the rest of their bills with her freelance work and her half-time job at Good Vibrations.

# ** July 16 HoopDance Performance at the Deep End Burning Man Fundraiser Party!! **
HoopGirl will be performing at the Deep End Fundraising party around 3am. The party is from 10pm-4am at a club in San Francisco called Sno Drift. Check out the venue at Cost is $10 and the party has a sexy lingere theme, being called, "Midsummer Nights' Wet Dream". Come out and support this amazing camp. Learn more about it at

2005-07-16 10:00 PM Saturday, July 16th 2005:
Infinite Kaos Space, SF Underground forever!!

Burning Man fundraiser in the Main Space, Rock It Science hosts Gene Hunt's birthday partay in the bassment! PM me if you have a guest list request, or if you don't know the location. Cover is $10 before midnight and $13 after.

Main Space:
Mon, July 11, 2005 - 5:39 PM
The benefit for the Madness is upon us!!!!!!!!!

Sat July 16th
Infinite Kaos 136 taylor
Doors at 10pm

Kitty D

Kissing, Spanking, and Photo booths
This will be a full participatory event
Formal attire perscribed

Rock It Science is proud to host house music originator Gene Hunt's birthday event! DJ's rocking it underground Style:
Gene Hunt (Dust Traxx, Contaminated, blah blah blah house music labels all over the world, Chicago IL)
House music pioneer throwin down a 2 hour set! Gene is currently working on production projects with Harley and Muscle (UK) and Masters At Work (NY). Don't sleep on this!

Andy P.
Andy relocated to SF from the windy city. You can take the man out of Chicago but you can't take Chicago out of the man. Get ready for some bumping, floor shaking down and dirty house beats.

Brit will be bringing the Midwest Iowa flavor! (Whatever that is!?) Seriously though Brit is holding it down at the Wednesday happy hour at Blur. He's been mixing records for a long time and it shows. Get there early for some soul infused funkiness.

Eric Sharp
That would be moi! Stick around for a deep, uplifting sunrise set that you will still be thinking about while you are having sex later. ;-)

# MADSQUERADE A Formal Benefitting the Madness theme camp
July 16th Infinite Kaos in San Francisco 10-dawn $10 donation welcome
OOAH the turntable JUNKIE
plus special guests TBA
Formal attire... Dig out your fanciest shit and come support your favorite Ministers and Madames of Madness.
& Photobooths<--come get your photo taken with your date!
*Don't miss your chance to be crowned King and Queen of the Ball*
mysticfamilycircus [at] - email
Check the majestical details at

# Get YER Freak on! & Lo-Rise present "Midsummer Massive" Sat. July 16 11PM
Gingerbread 1275 Connecticut @ Cesar Chavez
Get YER Freak on! & Lo-Rise present: Midsummer Massive 11pm 'til the fireflies wane

The Caterpillar and Alice looked at each other in
silence: at last the Caterpillar took the hookah out
of its mouth, and addressed her in a languid, sleepy
voice. "Who are you?" said the Caterpillar.

Smoove - Ripe Industries
Laird-Get YER Freak on!
DJ Seven - Lo-Rise
El Papachango - El Circo
Sol - Deep End
David Starfire - LUSH
Adnan - LUSH/Forward
Mancub - Ripe Industries

Brown Baggin' - sweet dirty 6 piece funk band from Oakland
XENO - acobatics and aerialism
Klara D'Amour

Visuals by Satsi
Ultramagnetic Sound ... it T'umps!
$10 before Midnight, $15/after
Gingerbread Warehouse - Connecticut @ Cesar Chavez

# Deep End Burning Man Party Saturday Night!
Saturday, July 16, 10:00 PM
The Deep End presents A Midsummer's Night Dream
A Deep End Fundraiser @ Sno-Drift Nightclub
1830 3rd St @ 16th 10:00pm-4:00am $10 at the door

Join the Deep End for a sexy night of Slinky camisoles, Tiny Silk Pajamas, Lace Undies, G-Strings, Transparent Lingerie, Micro Bodysuits, Leopard Skin print Garter Belts, feathers, Music and Mischief. Come dressed in your most sultry and over the top seduction wear, or anything that makes you feel late night sexy! We will be rockin it at this party and there will be dancing poles for your pole dancing pleasure, an awesome dance floor,and more! Come frolick and get down! Don't forget your love potions... :: Lineup ::

Main Floor:
10:00 Aaron Pope
11:30 Layne Loomis
12:30 Clarkie aka Hairy Little DJ
1:30 Chuck N' Roll
2:30 AJ
3:30 John Early

Front Room:
11:00 shOOey
12:30 Jared
1:30 Bali
2:30 Kramer

All proceeds benefit the best known for it's rockin day parties at Burning Man.

Sun July 17

# Trader Joe's Outreach July 17 11 AM
Trader Joe's, 5700 Christie Avenue, Emeryville
In support of The HSUS 'No Battery Eggs' Campaign, advocates will ask patrons to sign comment cards -- asking Trader's Joes to stop selling eggs from confined hens.
To RSVP: Email info [at] or call (925) 487-4419.

# Sun, Jul 17 11:30 am "No Gallo" March Dolores Park 18th and Dolores SF

# Sun, Jul 17, 2005 11:30 am UFW GALLO BOYCOTT "No Gallo" March
Dolores Park 18th and Dolores San Francsico
Join UFW President Arturo Rodriguez to march against Gallo Wine. We will assemble at 11:30am in Dolores Park. The march will begin at noon.
Farm workers ask you to join them to make Gallo Wine responsible for fair treatment of their vineyard workers at Gallo of Sonoma. For more information contact: United Farm Workers

Mon July 18

LIBRARY in Oakland (160 41st Street at Piedmont Avenue), . Bring an article, essay or poem to read and share, your
own or one by a favorite writer. Program facilitator will be Paul Belz
(who also teaches field studies at Pt. Reyes Field Seminars). INFO:
Paul Belz, 510/547-4082, or Eric Mills, 510/652-5603. Good chance to
share some animal rights philosophy.

# Come spend an evening with Trathen Heckman, founder of Ripples and Daily Acts
Monday, July 18, 2005 more on this date 7:00 PM
Web of LIfe 29 Bolinas rd Fairfax CA 94930 415 259_0263
Come hear Trathen, live and in person, Mon July 18 7-9 pm, at 29 Bolinas rd , Fairfax(next to Lydia's Loving Foods)
Trathen Heckman is the founder of the Daily ACts organization and Ripples Journal. He writes, teaches and organizes around reclaiming our personal and planetary richness. Trathen weaves permaculture design and tai chi into everything he can dream up and believes that by approaching people in entertaining ways, we inspire the engagement of hearts, minds and centers.
Every single day, each action we make we move the world, how do we want to move the world?
*get inspired *participate in sustainable community building
* learn how you can tap into the Daily Acts effort that reaches 1000's beyond reduce/reuse/recyle
*it's all about creating a joyful, less waste consuming reality
call 415 259-0263 mon,wed from 1-6 or Fri from4-9 for directions or more information
moonyear2020 [at]

# MON. Jul 18 CC Showcase @ NEW VENUE: Cafe Du Nord

SOLAR LIVING INSTITUTE benefit and SolFest preview

CC's Acoustic Underground Showcase debuts at Cafe Du Nord on Monday July 18.
An exciting, eclectic, all-acoustic lineup includes "Halfrodesia," members
of Aphrodesia, an 11-piece Afrobeat orchestra, doing a rare unplugged set,
and Grammy nominated fingerstyle guitar master Alex Degrassi. It is a
benefit for the Solar Living Institute in Hopland and a preview of their
annual festival in August called "SolFest." All of the artists are
performing at Solfest, including the folk blues of Mokai, the reggae of
Rootstock, and the twang of Goldbrickers. Doors at 7:30 PM at Café Du Nord,
2170 Market Street San Francisco, Ca. Tickets are $7 (advance ticket
purchase includes automatic entry into raffle for solar living and
music-lover prizes). Visit for information.

Please forward the summary above to your friends who support solar living
and love good music, and plan to show your support for the series this month
as we are debuting in a new venue.

Full show details:

CAUSE: CC's Acoustic Underground Showcase
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<<<<<< Monday, July 18 >>>>>>


Doors at 7:30 PM, show at 8:00 at CAFÉ DU NORD
$7 donation in advance and at the door (advance ticket purchase includes
automatic entry into raffle for solar living and music-lover prize)
Visit for more on the raffle, and please consider
donating raffle items or purchasing extra tickets email
donate [at]

CC's Acoustic Underground Showcase (CAUSE) and Sunset Promotions proudly
debut this thriving series at a new location: Café Du Nord.

The July 18th show will be a benefit for the Solar Living Institute and a
preview of artists performing at "SolFest" in Hopland, CA in August. The
artists demonstrate the eclectic mix of styles of music attracted to solar
living. "Halfrodesia" which includes half the members of popular Bay Area
afrobeat ensemble Aphrodesia doing a special unplugged set, Grammy-nominated
fingerstyle guitarist Alex Degrassi, San Francisco's favorite political
folk-blues guitarist and songwriter Mokai, Rootstock, Mendocino's favorite
reggae dance band, and the Goldbrickers, a Sonoma-based duo with banjo and
guitar, a touch of bluegrass, country and rock.

The Solar Living Institute in Hopland, CA, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
educational organization that promotes sustainable living through
inspirational environmental education. For information on the workshops and
resources they provide visit

Stacey/ aka "CC" host, CC's Acoustic Underground Showcase (CAUSE)

# Beginner & Intermediate Intensive: July 18-21 Liquid Hoop Dance San Francisco

BEGINNER LEVEL class provides a total of 4 1/2 hours of training.
Class is designed for those new to hoopdance and still learning basic moves and dance techniques. This class is a pre-requisite for the intermediate level class. Monday's class focuses on torso and arms, Tuesday's class focuses on torso and legs, floorwork and parterwork, Wednesday's class focuses on off body moves. Each evening will have a jam circle to close. Hot music, great people, detailed instruction. Empahsis on mastering all the essentials of hoopdance so you can move on to more challenging exercises and moves with confidence and poise. Beginning class cost $75.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL class provides a total of 4 1/2 hours of training PLUS a 2.5 hour performance lab -- students will perform Thursday evening from 5:30-8pm at the Ferry Building. Fast pace and intermediate/advanced level material given. All students who enroll must have already taken the series once or have spoken prior to Christabel.
Monday's class focuses on torso and arms, Tuesday's class focuses on torso and legs, floorwork and parterwork, Wednesday's class focuses on off body moves. Each evening will have a jam circle to close. Hot music, great people, detailed instruction, always new moves. Empahsis on pushing the envelope of your ability levels in dancing, expressing, flowing through a series of moves and putting it all together in an exicting performance.

Intermediate class cost: $85 for three night series of 3 classes plus performance lab.

For both classes, enrollment preference given to those who take entire series to promote the "intensive hoop bootcamp" experience. Only registration in entire series can guarantee a spot.

Drop in's $30 - you can call day of class to see if there have been cancellations. Small classes limited to 12 students. Class usually sells out so register early to avoid disappointment!

REGISTER ONLINE at Click on the "store" and scroll down to the class you would like to select.

Danzhaus is located at the corner of Connecticut and Cesar Chavez. For directions go to

Questions? 415-515-0469

Learn more about Christabel at

To view this listing, click here:

tue July 19

# Tue Jul 19 @ 2050 bryant @18th and 19th) 5-7pm every Tues.
hoopy hugs, orange, christabel, and joe bah-subscribe [at]

# Tue July 19th, 6-8pm Healthy School Lunch Campaign Kickoff!
With news reports of childhood obesity capturing headlines around the country, the need to provide young people with healthy food in school cafeterias is a compelling social justice issue on many levels, and the time is ripe to improve this system. We are excited to announce the launch of a new Bay Area-based effort to address this issue by empowering students, parents, teachers, food service providers, and community members to advocate for a change!

Join community members and CHOICE, Citizens for Healthy Options in Children’s Education, to learn how to get involved in the effort to offer healthier food in the school lunch program.

WHERE? San Francisco Public Library-main branch; 100 Larkin St. (at Grove), right near Civic Center BART. We’ll be in the Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Room, located on the Library’s lower level. Enter on Grove St., make your first right and proceed downstairs.

# EFF Event on Bloggers' Rights! "Liberty Waits on Your Fingers"
Tuesday, July 19 7:00 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. Free and open to the public

To kick off EFF's 15th Anniversary celebrations, we're
holding a special BayFF exploring the legal issues
surrounding blogging. The roundtable discussion will
feature EFF Staff Attorney Kurt Opsahl, local celebrity
bloggers, and blog tool gurus.

WHAT: BayFF on Bloggers' Rights

WHEN: 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 19, 2005
111 Minna Gallery
111 Minna St @ 2nd Between Mission and Howard

Kurt Opsahl- Moderator

Kurt Opsahl, who leads EFF's bloggers' rights campaign,
is also one of the attorneys representing online
journalists in Apple v. Does, the case in which Apple
Computer, Inc., is seeking to unmask the journalists'
confidential sources for articles about a future Apple
product. Read more about bloggers' rights and Apple v.
Does at

Violet Blue - Panelist

Violet Blue is a hardworking sex writer, editor, adult book
and video reviewer, and machine artist. By day she works
as Assistant Guest Editor at the popular erotic blog
Fleshbot. Visit Violet's blog at
(warning: not work safe).

danah boyd - Panelist

danah boyd is a Ph.D.researcher at the School of Information
Management and Systems at UC Berkeley studying how people
negotiate their presentation of self in mediated social
contexts to unknown audiences. Most of her work revolves
around articulated social networks, blogging, and other
social software. She blogs at Zephoria and Many-to-Many . Learn more about danah at

Mary Hodder - Panelist

Mary Hodder is an information architect and interaction
designer for several web service companies with social
media sites. Previously a web products manager at
Technorati, Mary works with companies in open source,
photo sharing, and blog aggregation. She blogs at
Napsterization and was
an original author at bIPlog, the Berkeley Intellectual
Property Weblog

Jackson West - Panelist

Jackson West brings a fresh voice, wit, and style to
SFist, the San Francisco outpost of Gothamist. He
serves up regular restaurant, book, film, theater, music,
and nightlife reviews and edits SFist for free - and
he loves every second of it. Visit Jackson's blog at

This event is free and open to the general public. You
must be 21+. Refreshments and birthday cake will be

bayff-rsvp [at] 415-436-9333 x129

# Tue, Jul 19, 7pm Speaker Event: Kevin Pina Reports Back from Haiti
Berkeley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall 1924 Cedar St. (at Bonita) Berkeley

# Next all-hands Burn meeting 7/19 - 7pm
David Best Sculpture Hayes St. and Octavia St. 94102
Let's meet up somewhere different this time.
We're planning to hold our meeting at the David Best sculpture.
A pseudo-potluck in the park, bring cold beverages & snacks!
If its nasty outside we'll retire inside to the nearest suitable bar (TBD)
Haven't heard about this cool Burning Man art in SF yet? Check it!:

Wed Jul 20

# 7/20 7pm: The Conflict in Iraq - Talk by Aaron Glantz & Film "Falluja 2004" (mission district)
"Aaron Glantz's courageous unembeded journalism explains the reality of the US invasion and occupation of Iraq with a clarity and perspective sorely lacking in mainstream media." - Amy Goodman, host Democracy Now!
With Pacifica Radio journalist and author of "How America Lost Iraq"
And a screening of "FELLUJA 2004"
Wednesday, July 20 at 7 pm
New College of California, 766 Valencia St @ 19th St., SF - FREE
The unprovoked massacre of Iraqi civilians by US troops in Fellujah in early 2004 became a turning point in the occupation of Iraq. As the Iraqi people endured continued violence and chaos, an armed resistance gained wider support. Aaron Glantz will speak about the situation in Iraq, followed by Toshikuni DOI's remarkable documentary film, Felluja 2004.
Aaron Glantz, author of "How America Lost Iraq" and reporter for Pacifica Radio and other media outlets, has visited Iraq three times during the U.S. occupation.
Falluja 2004 (55 min.): Toshikuni DOI was in Falluja two weeks after the US invasion. He was one of the few international journalists able to show the reality of the invasion.
Sponsor: New College Media Studies MA Program, Global Exchange; Media Alliance; LaborFest 2005. Contact: 415-437-3425
New College Media Studies MA Program:

07-20 7:30 PM Otis Fodder (of The Bran Flakes) and I (TradeMark G. of The Evolution Control Committee) will join up to demo our theremins next Wednesday. If you've wanted a chance to see a theremin in person, perhaps learn about it's inner workings, or try your hand at THEREOKE (you guessed it, playing a song melody on theremin to an instrumental track), here's your chance! Also featuring crazy Austrians MONOCHROM...
Details at:
Happening at: 132 Eddy @ Taylor / Mason
ECC will demonstrate their custom-built THIMBLETRON at the next Dorkbot!

# dorkbotSF #19 || monochrom || otis fodder || tradeMark G. || dueling theremins / thereoke || falco
Wed July 20 7:30 PM rxGallery 132 eddy @ Taylor / Mason
come by rxGallery next wed to see monochrom from vienna talk about their work from bartending, cocktail making robots, too pranking art institutions, burying people alive, launching electronic devices with DIY catapults, and a workshop on semaphores!

also otis fodder and tradeMark of evolution control committee will bring theramins for a dueling theremin, thereoke performance. people can play with and talk about how to build one. you are all encouraged to bring your theremins too!

open dork - bring your projects, gadgets, finished or unfinished and geek out amongst your peers!

open dj - bring cds, records, or laptops. rxgallery has the rest of the setup. theme: 80s electornic bleepy music and in honor of our austrian guests, FALCO!

bring your own theremin! can anyone play der kommissar or rock me amadeus on a theremin?

monochrom - Experience The Experience Of 1 Baud.
The International Code of Signals serves to facilitate communication at sea. It defines the meaning of alphabetical identification codes for safety and navigation purposes. The key for "sending" was drafted by a committee of the British Board of Trade in 1855 and published in 1857. The 1969 edition, revised in 2003, is still in use today. We have expanded the flag alphabet, not just so that it also includes the @ sign, but so that city dwellers have access to pure communication. The flag alphabet will be taught in a workshop lasting several hours. After a few days set aside for study and practice, we would like, in the form of a competition, to send an identical message cross the city over two equally long routes simultaneously. Will it work?

monochrom is an art-technology-philosophy group of basket weaving enthusiasts and theory do-it-yourselfers having its seat in Vienna and Zeta Draconis. monochrom is the super-affirmation of the globalization trap. monochrom has existed in this (and every other) form since 1993.

tradeMark G and otis fodder - Dueling Theremins and Thereoke
otis is the man! comfort stand records founder, member of the bran flakes, curator of strange sounds and unusual records, lydia lunch/sigue sigue sputnik collaborator, dorkbotSEA webmaster, a man of many talents. find out more from his website:

TradeMark G. / Mark Gunderson is an audio artist, culture jammer, equipment designer, and organizer. He is best known for founding The Evolution Control Committee in 1986, a band renowned for its copyright-challenging stance. This resulted in the CBS television network threatening suit for sampling newscaster Dan Rather, but also gave The ECC credit for creating the “mash-up” genre of music. TradeMark G. is also the creator of The ECC’s Thimbletron, a live sampling performance instrument, and has been behind all of The ECC’s 16 full-length albums, a videotape, 2 seven-inch records, and even an 8-track tape and a wax cylinder recording. TradeMark G. and The ECC have given over 500 live performances at festivals, concert halls, bars, and galleries in Australia, Germany, Holland, England, France, New York, San Francisco, and elsewhere.

open dork + rock me amadeus open dj portion

donations much appreciated for our hosts rxGallery

hope to see you all there!

Thu July 21 Full Moon!

# ** July 21 Liquid Hoop Dance students perform at the Ferry Building in San Francisco **
The amazingly phenomenal students of Liquid HoopDance perform in full costum from 5:30-8pm in the Ferry Building in an improvisational hoop jam circle. Come on out and show your support for these dancers as they have one of their first busque-ing experiences. Last month we were placed inside, in front of the Slanted Door resturant, but we could be moved to another location inside, so just wander around and look for all the beautiful hoopdancers and listen for bumpin' music. The Ferry Building is located on the Embarcadero, downtown

590 shotwell @ 20th

# 7/21: "Sweet 16" Party Will Help Save Animals' Lives 6:30 to 9:30 El Rio 3158 Mission

# Public Meeting to Strategize and Fight Against the Racist Minuteman Project!

Thursday, July 21st, 7 PM
New College of California, Room 23
766 Valencia (btwn 18th and 19th)
near 16th St./Mission BART
San Francisco

They'll be here in September, let's
get organized now!

We hope to discuss various possible responses to the Minutemen and their allies and to come up with a plan of action that we can implement as soon as possible.

Organized by the recently formed Bay Area Coalition to
Fight the Minutemen

For more information, contact us at
stoptheminutemen [at]

(Spanish/English translation will be provided)

Únense con nosotr@s para una

Reunión Publica para
Luchar Contra los Racistas: "Minutemen"

jueves, 21 julio a las 7 PM
New College of California, Cuarto 23
766 Valencia entre 18vo y 19ve
(cerca de 16th St./Mission BART)
San Francisco

Llegarán en septiembre:
¡Organicemosnos ahora!

Discutiremos respuestas posibles variosas a los
Minutemen y sus aliados, y un plan de acción que
podemos aplicar lo más pronto possible.

Organizado por la nueva Coalición de la Área de la Bahía
para Luchar contra los Minutemen

Para más información, pongase en contacto con
stoptheminutemen [at]

(Habrá traducción en español y ingles.)

Fri Jul 22

# Seeds of Change: No Nukes! No Wars! Fri July 22 7 PM $5-$8 sliding scale.
**New CD Marks Historic 60th Anniversary of U.S. Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and Features Spearhead, Utah Phillips and 16 Other Local and National Artists.**
The just released "Seeds of Change: No Nukes! No Wars!" CD chronicles some of the music, poetry and oral history of six decades of resistance to nuclear weapons. The CD marks the historic 60th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. From folk to hip hop, rock to spoken word, these artists offer unique perspectives on empire, the bomb and the imperative to create social and political change. This unique CD was produced by Tri-Valley CAREs (Communities Against a Radioactive Environment), to reach out to new and diverse communities about the threat of nuclear weapons and raise awareness about the upcoming August 6 "Seeds of Change" rally and march to the Livermore nuclear weapons lab.
Please join us at Premier CD Release Party in San Francisco!
The party will feature music and performance by: Entre Musicos, Fariba, Sherry Glasser, Cesar Cruz and more. The event is cosponsored by KPFA's La Onda Bajita and Tri-Valley CAREs.
*The Seeds of Change Rally and March to the Livermore nuclear weapons lab will take place on Saturday, August 6.*
WHEN: Saturday, August 6, rally at 5 PM, march at 7 PM
WHERE: William Payne Park, 5800 Patterson Pass Rd., Livermore, CA.
To Volunteer or More Info: Tara (925) 443-7148 or
at New College of San Francisco 777 Valencia @ 19th
tara [at] Tara (925) 443-7148

# Community Forum on the Sydeshow Controversy Fri July 22 8 pm-10 pm Free
In the context of an African community facing school
closures, festival shut-downs, no art and music
programs, the sideshows are a culmination of their
being no venues for self-expression and advancement
for young African people. The city of Oakland is using
the sideshows as the latest excuse to push black
people out and make way for white corporations and
homeowners who do not value African life.
With Bakari Olatunji of the International People's
Democratic Uhuru Movement and DVD clips from
Yakpasua Zazaboi of and others.
Sponsored by the Uhuru Movement.
Oaklandish 411 - 2nd St., Oakland (near Broadway)
uhurureparations [at] 510-569-9620

Calling all freaks, fools, gyrators, clowns, and vixens! We are gearing up for another family affiar in the dust and the dome. As usual, this is a community effort of full-energy exchange and we need your support. Exquisite artistic expression and co-creation can only happen with the intentional support of everyone who takes part in the majick out on the playa. See you there!
Sonic spells by: Lorin, Random Rab, El Papachango, Shawna, Ooah, Adam Ohana, Laura, DJ Alibi, Maximillian, Chris Sia & Jonathan. Details to follow.... Stay tuned.....

# 9/11 Truth Convergence July 22-24 Washington DC

At the National Press Club, Lafayette Park & American University
JULY 22~24, 2005

Come Help Build a Breakthrough Campaign
to Expose and Explode the Seamless Deceit
behind 9/11, Resource Wars, Troop Betrayal
and Constitutional Jeopardy

DC LAUNCH: JULY 22~24, 2005: An unprecedented event series joining the
power of veteran/victim groups, key truth movements and the indie media to
halt the deadly coup now underway and launch a thousand Paul Reveres.

Everything we need to succeed - we now have:
- The facts and evidence of betrayal from truth movement researchers
- The support of respected leaders across the political spectrum
- A nationwide communications network in independent media
- Enduring inspiration from whistleblowers, veterans & victim families
- A country gradually waking up to the desperate need for truth

All that's missing is a shared strategy
- Come to DC and help create it....

"War on Freedom" author Nafeez Ahmed***, Libertarian presidential candidate
Michael Badnarik, Colonel Robert Bowman***, John Brunes*** of Iraq Veterans
Against the War, Steve Cobble of, Dr. David Ray
Griffin***, Jim Hoffman of, Rep. Charles Key*** of the Oklahoma City
Bombing Commission, CIA veteran Ray McGovern***, Depleted Uranium authority
Leuren Moret***, Gael Murphy*** of Code Pink, Jenna Orkin*** of WTC
Organization, Don Paul, Peter Phillips*** of Project Censored , "Weapons of
Mass Deception" producer Danny Schechter***, "Terror Timeline" author Paul
Thompson***, Celeste Zappala*** of Gold Star Families for Peace, "Great
Conspiracy" producer, Barrie Zwicker, and many more.


FRIDAY, JULY 22nd (first birthday of the 9/11 Commission Report)
The first National Press Club briefing specifically for the independent media
The 9/11 Commission Cover-up and the Toll of Media Complicity
1:00 - 2:30 PM, Holeman Lounge, National Press Club
Briefers: Peter Phillips of Project Censored, 9/11 family members, Dr.
David Ray Griffin, Danny Schechter, producer of Weapons of Mass Deception,
and Celeste Zappala of Gold Star Families for Peace.

SATURDAY, JULY 23rd (third anniversary of the Downing Street Memo)
Lafayette Park Rally against the Reign of Lethal Deceit
11:00 ~ 2:00 PM, Lafayette Park (in front of the White House)

3:00 ~ 4:00 PM, American University
"War on Freedom" author, Nafeez Ahmed introduces his new book, The War on

4:30 ~ 6:30 PM, American University
Beyond Downing Street Town Hall Meeting

7:30 - 10:30 PM, American University
Truth Rock Concert/Dance

9:00 AM ~ 1:00 PM, American University
Solutions-focused workshop sessions on publicizing and defusing the most
lethal lies of modern history, building new media truth networks,
mobilizing new constituencies, developing new media, legal and political
tactics to launch honest truth commissions, etc. See for
latest details.

2:00 ~ 6:00 PM, American University
Collaboration strategy brainstorm among truth movement leaders, veteran &
victim family groups, indie media activists and foreign journalists.

Potent insights into the coup d'état we face emerge whenever citizens
working on Iraq lies, 9/11, troop abuse, stolen elections and/or the
"missing" government trillions gather and compare notes. This DC Emergency
Truth Convergence presumes that we now have enough dangerous truths,
damning facts, and populist media to deliver the evidence of treachery
throughout the land. It's now time to clarify that vision, join with
veterans and victim families, and assist media activists everywhere in
reenacting Paul Revere.


Truth Math 101: In 2004, 70% of Karl Rove's red voters still believed
Saddam had WMD and trysts with Al Qaeda. 70% of Americans who knew the
truth voted blue. According to Zogby, most New Yorkers reject the official
9/11 story. The blues carried New York by over one million votes and NYC
by 81%. Do the math. Truth matters. Truth matters more when the country's
in crisis. Truth matters most when thousands are dying without a clue.
This is the challenge facing our independent media. Leaders selling war,
repression and corporate rule could fool a lot less people a lot less of
the time if indie media flo
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