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Tuesday Jul 18th, 2006 2:24 PM
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eco events: Sustainable World Coalition 390 27th St Oakland between Broadway and Telegraph Marin Peace and Justice Center Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center
Fellowship of Humanity Events 390 27th St Oakland @ Telegraph/Broadway events, art receptions, music, film, etc. Monthly Raw Food Potlucks (san rafael)

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Tuesday Jul 18
5:30PM SF: Michelle Tea at the Commonwealth Club
6PM Berkeley: Green Tribute to Barbara Becnel and...
7PM Berkeley: Four-Day Film Festival about Nicaragua...
7PM SF: Labor and Organizing: Lessons for Labor
7PM SF: U.S. Imperialist Aims in Cuba
7PM SF: Labor and Organizing: Lessons for Labor
7PM Oakland: Pyeongtaek Farmers' Struggle in Oakland
7:30PM SF: Geoffrey Nunberg: Talking Right: How...

Freedom good. Toxics bad.

ACLU of Oregon sues Secret Service
The legal complaint is available online at:
A map of Jacksonville showing the location of the protesters

Foreign companies buying U.S. roads, bridges

"Laws are maintained in credit,
not because they are essentially just,
but because they are laws.
It is the mystical foundation
of their authority;
they have none other."
-- Michel de Montaigne
(1532-1592) French Renaissance scholar, philosopher, writer
Source: Essays, 1575

"But how shall we educate men to goodness,
to a sense of one another, to a love of truth?
And more urgently, how shall we do this in a bad time?"
-- Daniel Berrigan

"This, then, is freedom in the external life of man --
that he is independent of the arbitrary power of his fellows."
-- Ludwig von Mises
(1881-1973) Economist and social philosopher
Source: his book, Socialism, par. II.9.26

Since 1979 more than 20% of arctic polar cap has disappeared.

Tue Jul 18

# San Francisco Permaculture Guild meeting.
Where :1937 Page St apt 2
When: July 18th, Tuesday 7-10
Come fed. But feel free to bring snacks and drinks to share.

# From KQED’s series Neighborhoods: The Hidden Cities of San Francisco
a film screening, conversation, and reception with

associate producer/curator Elizabeth Pepinauthor/curator Lewis Wattsand Fillmore luminaries David Johnson and Reggie Pettus
in conjunction with the exhibition

San Francisco Performing Arts Library & Museum Tuesday, July 18 – 7:00 pm In conjunction with its current exhibition, Harlem of the West: The San Francisco Fillmore Jazz Era, San Francisco Performing Arts Library & Museum (SFPALM) presents a film screening of THE FILLMORE (1999) from KQED’s Neighborhoods: The Hidden Cities of San Francisco series, followed by a conversation with exhibition curators Elizabeth Pepin and Lewis Watts. Pepin (who was associate producer of the film) and Watts will recount their years of painstaking work in piecing together the nearly lost history of the Fillmore District, gathering oral histories and rare photographs which informed the film, and which have resulted in both the exhibition and a new book from Chronicle Books. Several notable figures from the era featured in the film and the exhibition, including photographer David Johnson and business owner Reggie Pettus, will also appear at the event and recount their experiences in the Fillmore during its thrilling heyday. Narrated by Ossie Davis, the film features extremely rare archival footage of the Fillmore, interviews with many of those who played pivotal roles in its history, and is filled with the music of the neighborhood from Count Basie to Jefferson Airplane. The evening includes a reception with the participants. This special screening of THE FILLMORE is made possible courtesy of KQED. Admission is free, but space is limited and advance reservations are required. Call 415-255-4800 or email to info [at]
July 18th, 2006 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM

San Francisco Performing Arts Library & Museum
401 Van Ness Avenue @ McAllister
Veterans Building, 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94102

Wed Jul 19

# The Terminator is Coming to Town
SPEAKER: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor of California

TITLE: Making California a Leader in International Trade

DATE: Wednesday, July 19, 2006

TIME: 11:15 a.m., Check-in | 12:00 p.m., Program

PLACE: Herbst Theater, 401 Van Ness Ave. (at McAllister
St.), San Francisco

PRICE: General: $15 members, $30 non-members; Premium
(guarantees seating in the first few rows) $100 members, $125 non-
members; Preferred (guarantees seating in next few rows): $50
members, $75 non-members | Register by noon on 7/18 through City Box
Office, at or (415) 392-4400; no bags or packages

# BrainJams Presents: Rent an Expert 07/19/06 5:30pm - 9:00pm

FREE to attend and network - classes will cost about $5 each

Rent an Expert is an event where people who want to help others do,
or learn something, offer their services to the members of the
community for a very small fee (average is $5). All the money
collected will be donated to a charity that is chosen by all

Some examples of what might be offered include: how to setup a blog,
how to get the most from shortcuts in Photoshop, configure a Drupal
community, redesign a Web site, customize a WordPress theme, create a
survey, optimize AdSense ads, figure out tagging, how to shoot better
photographs or just about anything really - even non-technical things
like how to write a press release. Ideally this will happen in one on
one exchanges, but it could be a project with a couple of people
involved that needs the expertise or perhaps a team of people who are
offering their expertise.

The event is being sponsored by BrainJams, MindJet and RateItAll.

If you would like to share your expertise, please sign up here:

If there is something you would like to learn, please list it here:

We hope to see you there!

CNET Headquarters
235 Second Street
San Francisco

On 2nd Street inbetween Howard and Folsom

kristiewells @ 415-577-9022

# Wed, Jul 19, 2006 6:00 pm 2nd Annual Activist BBQ
Dolores Park Dolores & 18th St. San Francisco
Come join other local activist organizations including Greenpeace, Forest Ethics, Rainforest Action Network, The Ruckus Society, Global Exchange and others in a feast and a good time. While some donations will be provided, feel free to bring additional drinks and food.
For more information contact: Nichole Mitchell Greenpeace and Forest Ethics
nmitche4 @

# Wed, Jul 19, 2006 7:00 pm Oakland
Spanish Revolution Anniversary Celebration
AK Press Warehouse (wheelchair accessible)
674-A 23rd. St. (btw MLK and San Pablo, near 19th St. BART)

#Wed, Jul 19, 2006 7:00 pm How to Impeach a President
Grand Lake Theater 3200 Grand Avenue Oakland

# Wed, Jul 19, 2006 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join the City of Oakland in developing a Zero Waste Strategic Plan
City Hall Hearing Room #4
1 Frank Ogawa Plaza (14th St @ Broadway) Oakland

At the Center for Sex & Culture, 398 11th St., SF. $5-30 sliding scale, no one turned away for lack of funds.

# WED July 19th 7pm LGBT Center SWOP and Sup McGoldrick with scenes from Vegas
Join Supervisor Jake McGoldrick and Sex Workers Outreach Project USA
Wednesday July 19th 7pm to 9pm

SWOP USA will hold a member registration meeting at the LGBT Community Center at 1800 Market St. in San Francisco. Supervisor Jake McGoldrick will be our keynote speaker, followed by a short meeting with pictures from our Las Vegas Sex Workers Rights Conference . Afterwards we will have a wine and cheese networking reception on the veranda. The meeting will be in the Gallery Room #301.

On August 17th, 6:30pm the LGBT Community Center, the San Francisco Commonwealth Club and SWOP USA will host New Zealand Member of Parliament Tim Barnett at the LGBT Center on 1800 Market. There will be a short reception at 6:30, program will begin at 7pm. Supervisor Jake McGoldrick will give a short welcome from the City. State Assemblyman Mark Leno will introduce MP Barnett.

Robyn Few - Sex Workers Outreach Project USA
333 Valencia St. Ste. 445 San Francisco, CA 94103 1-877-776-2004 robyn @

# Impeachment teach-in 7/19 at Grand Lake Theatre in Oakland

Who: 600 seats available RSVP to reserve your spot
What: Impeachment Teach-In
When: Wed. July 19, 2006 7 - 9:30pm
Where: Grand Lake Theatre in Oakland, Ca
Why: "We've had enough. This President has ruined this country. Let's impeach him."
How: "Register your dissent"

Constitution Summer will host a screening of How to Impeach a President for 600 people at the Grand Lake Theater at 3200 Grand Avenue in Oakland on Wednesday, July 19th, at 7:00pm.

This film screening and discussion is part of a nationwide series of impeachment teach-ins based on the book, Articles of Impeachment Against George W. Bush, written by attorneys at the Center for Constitutional Rights and published by Melville House.

Watch an excerpt of the video:

RSVP for the OAKLAND event.

Sign up with Constitution Summer, the nonpartisan youth-led campaign for impeachment.

Buy "Articles of Impeachment Against George W. Bush" here:

Visit the Center for Constituional Rights here:

Visit Melville Publishing here:

# Impeachment Event- July 19th Grand Lake Theater
Please help spread the word!

Wednesday, July 19th 7:00 pm
Grand Lake Theater
3200 Grand Avenue, Oakland, CA

How to Impeach a President

Confirmed guests:
Bill Goodman, Legal Director, the Center for Constitution Rights
Daniel Ellsberg, Board Member, Constitution Summer

Invited Guests:
Oakland- Mayor-Elect- Ron Dellums
Mayor of Berkeley- Tom Bates

A Film Screening and Discussion from the people who brought you the
Berkeley Impeachment Initiative

Center for Constitution Rights
Constitution Summer
Melville House Publishing

If Attending, please RSVP at

(Allen Michaan has generously given the theater space for the cause
and tried to help network those of working on Impeachment.)
I hope to see you at the event!

Carol Brouillet,
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance
Green Party Candidate for California Congressional District 14- For
Impeachment, Peace, Truth, Justice, Ecological Wisdom.

911 - inside job. Demand investigation! - - - - - - -

# YLEM Forum: "Biomimicry" Wednesday, July 19, 8 pm 7:30pm

0-$10 sliding scale YLEM Forum: "Biomimicry"

Wednesday, July 19, 8 pm
doors open 7:30 pm for open bar, "mix and meet" time

RX Gallery and Bar
(No one under 21 allowed)
132 Eddy St., San Francisco, CA 94102

Two blocks from Powell St. BART Station
Best nearby parking: Hotel Bijou, Mason St. Between Ellis and Eddy.
Evening only = $10.

Suggested donation sliding scale $5-10
No one turned away. The donation helps our friends at the RX Gallery.
Open to the public and wheelchair accessible

Sponsored by YLEM: Artists Using Science and Technology
Main office: PO Box 31923, San Francisco, CA 94131

Contact: Trudy Myrrh Reagan, forum [at]

Biomimicry, a term first coined in 1997 by biologist Janine Benyus,
is a term that applies to many inventive new industries. It is the
art and science of learning and using the "designs" which we see all
around us, about copying what Nature seems to do very well. Think
spider silk stronger than steel! What is important for a world
rapidly depleting its resources, Biomimicry is about using nature's
"manufacturing ideas" to be more efficient with materials and energy.
An engineer, Onno Koelman of Pax Scientific, and a teacher of product
design, Sue Redding of CCA, present some elegantly practical
applications of Biomimicry.


Onno Koelman is a design engineer at PAX Scientific and has seen the
company grow from its five original employees to over twenty-one
strong. Since the very beginning he has been fascinated by the PAX
story and the simplicity and elegance of natural design. He has had
the opportunity to work on numerous products during his tenure. In
this presentation he will review PAX's story from its earliest
beginnings,and bring the story up to date by following two industries
in which PAX is now poised to launch efficient, elegant, and cost-
effective solutions - all inspired by Nature.

Sue Redding is a Bay Area Designer and Associate Professor of
Industrial Design at California College of the Arts (CCA) in San
Francisco. At CCA, Sue teaches sustainable design to Graphic and
Industrial Designers. A former zookeeper, Sue developed a biology
curriculum called: "Applied Biology for Designers and Artists." In
this class designers are taught basic biological principles and how
to use nature as inspiration in art and design. Redding will present
Biomimicry examples and show how she presents the information to
students to help them draw the link between design and biology. Sue
will also show recent student and faculty work and show how the "New
Organic Design" is taking hold in the design world.

Full information at:

RX Gallery / Bar 132 Eddy St. @ Taylor / Mason San Francisco 415-474-7973

Two blocks from Powell St. BART Station
Best nearby parking: Hotel Bijou, Mason St. Between Ellis and Eddy.

forum @ 650-856-9593

# Vegan Ice Cream night! Wednesday, July 19 8:00 PM
Location: Maggie Mudd 903 Cortland Ave San Francisco, CA
More Info:
It started in another thread, and got fleshed out at
So... Vegan (and dairy, if you prefer) ice cream, Maggie Mudd, 8pm this Wednesday night!

Thu Jul 20

# Join us to protest corporate undermining of democracy!

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is meeting in SF July 19-23. Never heard of ALEC? Read on...

Join us in protest! Press Conference with speakers:

Thursday, July 20, 2 pm

Marriott Hotel 55 Fourth St., downtown SF (Powell St. BART)

Funded primarily by large corporations, industry groups, and conservative foundations, ALEC is one of the nation’s most powerful and least known corporate lobbies. If you have worked on any issue coming under the broad rubric of the progressive agenda, be it health care, labor rights, resource exploitation, fair trade, privatization of prisons, etc., ALEC has almost certainly introduced legislation in opposition to your purposes.

ALEC’s agenda promotes free trade, minimum government oversight, protection of (corporate) property and minimizing regulation of those in the extractive industry -- letting polluters slither out of responsibility for clean-up, lowering diesel emission standards and energy deregulation.

Focussing on state legislation, ALEC “ghost writes” legislative bills that are in the corporate interest on these issues:

● Energy: No special interest has invested more in ALEC than the oil industry; and the political payoff has been spectacular, as ALEC has helped lineup legislators to fight for lower taxes on gasoline and beat back state regulations aimed at curbing the carbon dioxide emissions leading to global warming.

● Health Care and Human Services: Free Market Health Care Reform: ALEC members have introduced over 100 pieces of legislation taking away or limiting the rights of patients.

● Homeland Security: ALEC has taken aim at eco- and animal rights activists in drafting legislative language putting property damage on a par with terrorist crimes, if those suffering the damage are in the extractive, agricultural or animal experimentation industries. In 2003 ALEC and the U.S. Sportsman's Alliance drafted the Animal and Ecological Terrorism Act and promoted it to legislators in all 50 states.

● Criminal Justice Reform: An ALEC task force that includes as a member the Corrections Corporation of America, the nation's largest private prison company, drafted a "truth in sentencing" bill restricting parole eligibility for prisoners, keeping inmates locked up longer.

● Labor Rights: ALEC members have introduced legislation ranging from "right to work" bills to privatization and deregulation legislation, based on prototype bills provided by the organization, and have staunchly opposed living wage legislation.

● Natural Resources: ALEC’s “Environmental Audit Privilege“ is a measure that relieves companies of legal responsibility for their own pollution, granting special privilege to the polluters who need it least. ALEC opposes any US action to implement the Kyoto treaty on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

● Biotechnology: ALEC’s prototype bill language would, in effect, disallow communities from passing resolutions against genetically-engineered seeds, crops or animals. A bill currently in the California state legislature, SB 1056, would do just that by making it illegal for counties or cities to pass laws prohibiting GMOs.

Speakers at the ALEC meeting include former Congressman Dick Armey, economist Milton Friedman, and U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

ALEC deserves an appropriate activists’ welcome to San Francisco, and we hope you can join us!

Info: 510-548-3113

# Wellness Fiesta at Plaza 16 Thursday, July 20 3:00pm-5:00pm free
Wellness Fiesta at Plaza 16 is a free, public cultural event featuring:

bull Live breakdancing performances by DEF ED and Baysic Project,
projects of Sisterz of the Underground, a San Francisco B-girl

bull Opening reception featuring visual art by Margarita Lara , the
writer, director, and producer of "Cooking with Margarita" - a manic,
off-the-wall kid's cooking show highlighting Latin cuisine with the
help of local artists and musicians.

bull Information tables from community organizations like La Cocina
Community Kitchen, a Mission District non-profit organization which
helps low-income women start their own food businesses. Information
about healthy food will also be available in Spanish and Chinese
courtesy of Women, Infants and Children (WIC).

Sponsored by Mission Community Council, which aims to transform the
plaza into a safe, beautiful cultural commons. Wheelchair accessible.

Plaza 16
16th St BART Station Plaza, 16th and Mission St San Francisco

christine @ 415-282-6209 x19

# GOOD NEWS! - Vigils at UCSF resume on July 20th, 4:30 PM
Dear Animal Activists, Companions, Guardians, Lovers, Liberators and Vigilers:

GOOD NEWS: The protest vigils at UCSF resume on the 3rd Thursday of July - July 20th - and thereafter on the 3rd Thursday of the month through the year's end.

So, please mark your calendars:
Vigil at UCSF, 513 Parnassus Ave, San Francisco
Thursday, July 20, 4:30 PM (till 5:30 or 6 PM)
(and each month thereafter on the 3rd Thursday of the month)

Help us keep the pressure on UCSF to change their vivisection practices - and to let them know that we remain vigilant on behalf of the thousands of animals within their facilities throughout the city.

By the way, the most recent Vigil newsletter will be available - with the latest updates on dogs (ab)used in medical experiments at UCSF, as well as a revealing article about the living conditions of monkeys in research labs, written by a veterinarian who once worked in a primate research lab.

Hope you can attend.

Bob O'Brien
PS: If you cannot make it to the vigil and you would like a copy of newsletter, please send a stamped self-addressed envelope to me, Bob O'Brien, 311 - 11th Ave, #15, San Francisco, CA 94118

# Third Thursday 80's Antics
Thursday, July 20 5PM to 9PM $5

Remember when animal prints were in style along with pegged pants,
Izod alligators, and shoulder pads? On July 20, the 80's will be in
fashion yet again, as we reminisce about everything from The Brat
Pack to Atari. 80's films will be on the screen and alligators will
be in the aquarium to meet. Put up your collar at the bar - Miami
vice style or groove to the Soft, the Hard, the Rock, the Pop laid
down by 80's and Qool Ambassador: Marc Fong.

Totally Far Out for a Thursday!

80's outfits welcome - the most rad wear will be rewarded!

Sponsored by SFWeekly and OvaHere

California Academy of Sciences
875 Howard St @ 4th / 5th SF 415.321.8000

On Howard Street between 4th and 5th Streets. A blue building right
next to Burlington Coat Factory.

caboudara @

# Extra Action + Golem @ Studio Z 314 11th St @ Folsom
July 20 8PM $10 With Golem and TigerhoneyPot!

# Extra Action Marching Band thursday, july 20th 2006 9 pm-2 am 10$

this is a fundraiser to help send extra action to new york this august.
thats a lot of plane tickets, food things and beds ,etc..

Playing with Extra action will be the amazing GOLEM.
they are a fabulous Klezmer band from NYC, they rock! seriously!
also TIGERHONEYPOT- they too, also rock!
and ROCKY ROULETTE-( rock ,its in the name) he's the worlds only pogo-
stick stip tease artist.
come see his abs!
and DJ Chester Copperpot will be smoothing out the edges with his
wide collection
of musical obscurities(sp?)

this is a show not to miss

Extra action has some new tunes to play for you , and golem is just
so darn fun.


c'mon get with it.

studio Z 314 11th st. @folsom san francisco info @

# 2006-07-20 9:00 PM Location: the independent 628 Divasadero @ Hayes
( the independent ... Formerly known as the Justice League )
kan'nal is one of my fave bands in the world : this show will sell out! get your tickets early :
k a n ' n a l returns..............
: a night for the dancers, the drummers and the dreamers :
: sensory pleasures and sweet, salty sweat :
: make magic : make mystery :
Xingolati Presents Kan'Nal with special guests:
Random Rab and The Nekyia
THE INDEPENDENT 628 Divisadero : San Francisco, CA 94117
9:00 - 9:45 - The Nekyia
9:45 - 10:30 - Random Rab
10:30 - 12:30 - Kan'Nal
12:30 - Close - Random Rab
Ticket Info: $12 adv/$14 d.o.s. 21+ only

Fri Jul 21

# July 21: National Cage Free Call-In Day
July 21: National Cage Free Call-In Day to Andronico's Market

Andronico's Market, a grocery chain in the San Francisco Bay Area,
claims that it is committed to the highest standards of animal
husbandry and plays an important role in promoting humane business
practices. Yet it still sells eggs from hens confined in battery cages,
despite the recent evidence provided by East Bay Animal Advocates, which
documented abusive conditions at NuCal, an Andronico s brand-name egg
supplier. The undercover footage shows intensive confinement of
chickens inside a series of barren, windowless sheds where thousands of
hens are confined in wire cages so small that they cannot flap their wings.
For more information about Andronico's support of animal abuse, visit
[, now defunct, was the web address]

In order to advance the company s so-called commitment to excellence,
EBAA is asking Andronico's to adopt a cage-free egg policy. Call
Andronico's Market at (510) 649-6759 between 9 AM and 5 PM PST this
Friday. Thank you!

# The DisHonorable Alberto Gonzales in Santa Clara this Friday
The Commonwealth Club
the nation s premier public affairs forum

SPEAKER: The DisHonorable Alberto R. Gonzales Attorney General,
U.S. Department of Justice

TITLE: Securing Our Borders: Immigration Reform in a Post
9/11 World

DATE: Friday, July 21, 2006

TIME: 10:15 a.m. Registration
11:00 a.m. Program

PLACE: Santa Clara Marriott
2700 Mission College Blvd.
Santa Clara, California

PRICE: $15 Commonwealth Club Members; $25 Non-Members

Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales will discuss the President's
plan for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. A grandson of immigrants
and the highest ranking law enforcement officer in the country,
Attorney General Gonzales has a unique understanding of the
complexities surrounding this debate. He believes that illegal
immigration compromises the core American value of fairness, while
comprehensive immigration reform will restore faith in the rule of
law and honor our tradition as a nation of immigrants.

The Attorney General will discuss the five objectives of immigration
reform: securing our borders, creating a temporary worker program,
making it easier for employers to verify employment eligibility,
dealing with the millions of illegal immigrants who are already here,
and honoring the great American tradition of the melting pot.

Prior to his appointment as Attorney General, Gonzales served as
Counsel to President George W. Bush. He was appointed as a Justice
of the Supreme Court of Texas in 1999. Gonzales is a graduate of
Rice University and Harvard Law School and served in the United
States Air Force from 1973-1975.

For reservations, call 1-800-847-7730 or visit

Note: No large bags, packages, backpacks, or briefcases allowed.

# Supervisor Mirkarimi Hosts Art Opening of James Sanbonmatsu Photography

Friday, July 21, 2006 5:00-8:00 PM Free @ City Hall SF

Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi Hosts Art Opening Featuring Photography of
James Sanbonmatsu to Celebrate Tenth Anniversary of the Code
Enforcement Outreach Program (CEOP)

James Sanbonmatsu, Code Enforcement Outreach Program Coordinator,
documents the often startlingly unsafe conditions of some rental
units in San Francisco, and illustrates the CEOP's work of ensuring
safe housing in our city through code enforcement.

Many of James' photographs were featured in the Gallery of Social and
Political Art in the City of Boston, a gallery whose mission it is to
showcase concerns about social justice.

Please join Supervisor Mirkarimi in congratulating the City
Departments and
non-profit agencies comprising the CEOP on their first 10 years of
service to San Francisco's tenants and rental property owners.

When: Friday, July 21, 2006, 5-8 p.m.
Show runs through August 16th, 2006

Where: San Francisco City Hall
1 Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 282

Cost: Free Phone: (415) 554-7630

Office of Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi
San Francisco City Hall 1 Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 282
San Francisco
(415) 554-7630

mirkarimistaff @ (415) 554-7630

# The San Francisco Vegetarian Society is pleased to present “The World Peace Diet,” a lecture – presentation by Will Tuttle, Ph.D.

Date: Friday, July 21, 2006
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Institute on Aging
3600 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco

Door: Donations Welcome.
Refreshements & Booksigning following the lecture.

For more information, call 415-273-5481 or tp://

Dr. Tuttle will be discussing his recently published book The World Peace Diet, the first book to make explicit the invisible connections between our meals and our broad range of problems-psychological, social, and spiritual, as well as health and environmental. He offers powerful ways we can all experience healing and peace and contribute to a positive transformation of human consciousness.

Dr. Tuttle has a doctorate degree from the University of California, Berkeley and has taught college courses in humanities, mythology, creativity, religion, and philosophy. He has a broad background in Eastern and Western meditation traditions and has created uplifting healing music on seven CD albums of original piano music. His personal web site is:

# Burning man event w/ photographer Barbara Traub
Friday, July 21 7:00 PM Booksmith 1644 Haight Street
San Francisco, CA 94117 415-863-8688
talk, slideshow & book signing for Desert to Dream
Friday, July 21st at 7 pm
at The Booksmith (1644 Haight Street in San Francisco)

Attended by 20 people on a San Francisco beach in 1986, the "Burning Man" festival has mushroomed into an annual desert pilgrimage for 40,000. Desert to Dream is a pictorial record of the event, from its beginnings as performance art to its explosion into a pop culture happening. Photographer Barbara Traub captures the sacred and profane, from inspired costumes to otherworldly artifacts that defy convention. Barbara Traub will give a talk and slideshow. A booksigning will follow.

Author events are free and are sponsored by The Booksmith (1644 Haight Street in San Francisco). For further information, call 415-863-8688 or visit If you can't attend this event and would like to order a signed copy of the author's new book, please email or phone our store.

# 2006-07-21 8:30 PM Location: Down The Rabbit Hole
Funky beats for bunny freaks!
Bunnies Unite for Better Beats!
If you're a discerning Bunny jones'in for
something edible to energize your tail so
you can thump it all night long,
Then make ready to get your furry-freak on:
Friday, July 21st, 2006
At Anon Salon's Climate Theater
*** Tasty Beats Brought to You By:
SMOOVE (NewsBreaks)
LAIRD (Get Yer Freak On!)
TRACY (Raindance Productions/The Endup)
FRICTION (Yellow No. 5)
ZAPPER HARDWARE Live Set (Ooze System/369 Rekchordz)
DONNA MATRIX (Troubled Youth) ERIC SHARP (Rock It Science)
*** Climate Theater
285 9th St. (@ Folsom/SF) Doors Open @ 8:30pm Beats from 9pm-4am
BUNNIES - $15 NON-Bunnies - $20 21+ Bunny-Line (415)238-2244

# Priceless - A Collaborative Campout from False Profit and DownLow July 21-23, 2006
reconstructing your favorite costume (again): $100
mind expansion: $3
energy drinks for the ride home: $14

Dancing your ass off to 25k watts of sound at sunrise one month ahead of
schedule, because a week in the desert isn't enough...

There are some things money CAN buy
For everything else there is False Profit and DownLow.

A Collaborative Campout from False Profit and DownLow
July 21-23, 2006

In a bold move to put MORE money where our mouth is, DownLow and False
Profit, LLC are breaking the bank to bring you PRICELESS, one of the most
highly anticipated campout parties of the 2006 season. We invite you to
DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE with both crews working hard to bring you a pristine,
fully equipped remote party site, and a bus full of serious Bass Wranglers.

Get your tickets for just $35 before the price goes up on July 1. Buy them
online or from anyone in the crews.

Adam Ohana (Get Freaky /, Alxndr (DownLow / The Panda
Rejects), audiolux (False Profit), benchun (False Profit), Boreta (Troubled
Youth, Nexus), Danny Corn (Moontribe / Downtemple / Subculture), dj halon
(Fake Science / False Profit), Donna Matrix (Troubled Youth), Dov (Muti
Music / Cyberset), Dr. Toast (False Profit), EPROM (Nexus), Ernie Trevino
(Space Cowboys / The Panda Rejects), JANTSEN (, Colorado),
Jocelyn (Get Freaky), Kapt'n Kirk (Space Cowboys / PandaReject #01), Kemek
(Bedrock / Muti Music / Moving Target /, Kitty-D
(Troubled Youth / Seedling Escape), Mozaic (Troubled Youth / 13moontribe),
Neptune (Beatchurch / Troubled Youth / spiritech), OOAH (Troubled Youth /
Seedling Escape), Piotron (DownLow), Welder [aka Eskmo] ( /

Performing live: Troubled Youth Mash-up (Boreta vs OOAH vs Kitty-D),
Seedling Escape (OOAH vs Kitty-D), Tycho (Merck, ISO50)

Here's the LOWDOWN: The beautiful campground is tucked into the Feather
River valley in the Sierras in Northern California, 3 hours north of San
Francisco. Features include running water, fire rings, a river for swimming
and tubing, and hiking trails, offering you an opportunity to GO FURTHER and


You can get tickets online from the link above or at Miranda Caroligne's store on 14th and Guererro. If you get them in advance they are $45 but at the gate it's $55, so save yourself some money. Ticket sales close on Wednesday evening, so don't sleep.


# Bohemian Grove July 22 camping info & other details
Here is a calendar announcement about the July 22 Bohemian Grove Protest
and information about local camping and other logistical information
appropriate for sharing with others in your activist networks.

Please copy and distribute it widely.

Thanks, for helping spread the word, and I hope to see you in Bohemia!

Don Eichelberger, Green Party of California Green Issues Working Group


CALENDAR EVENT Contact: Don Eichelberger
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 2006 415-567-4577

Protest the Ruling Elite- Impeach the Bohemians!

Join Bohemian Grove Action Network, ANSWER Coalition, SF, Green Party of
California, International Indian Treaty Council, United Farm Workers and
many others who will confront the annual summer camp for some of the most
powerful men in the world at Bohemia Grove. Members include many who
prosper from war, and keeping labor costs low by ruling some workers

Join the call: End the War for Oil abroad, Justice for Immigrants at home
and immediately Impeach the President and All his Men, many of whom are
regular grove guests and members.

Saturday, July 22nd, Monte Rio on the Russian River, Sonoma County, CA

1 P.M.- Rally, speakers, music
2 P.M.- March to the Bohemian Grove Gate
4-10 P.M.- Dinner and evening event at Monte Rio Amphitheater (not
confirmed at this writing)

Call 415-821-6545 for ride information from San Francisco.

For general information about Bohemian Grove, go to and click on Bohemian Grove, or call
707-874-2248 or 415-567-4577


Camping for Bohemian Grove Convergence 2006

Dear Greens and other friends -

We hope you are planning to attend the July 22 protest and Green
Convergence at Bohemian Grove in Sonoma County. You will help shine
a light on what has been called the greatest men's party on earth; one
made up of many of the men who profit most from oil and the war to get
it. And others who gain vast wealth from cheap labor, keeping it "illegal"
or far off shore. And, of course, their political enablers.

The protest will take place starting at 1 P.M. in the Sonoma County town of
Monte Rio, at the parking lot across from the Rio theater, at the
intersection of Bohemian Highway and Hwy. 116. There will be a short
rally at the parking lot, followed by a march to the Bohemian Grove gate at
2 P.M.. Local organizers are planning a Saturday evening dinner and event
in Monte Rio starting at about 4 P.M. to finish out the day of protest and
community building.

This is a summer playground, and we hope you and your family, friends and
allies will come and make a week-end out of it. Below are contacts for a
number of the campgrounds and resorts in the vicinity. We will try to have
a group camp space set aside, but that has not been confirmed as of this
writing, and it should not be depended upon.

Most of these venues are first cone, first served, though it never hurts to
call and see if you can reserve a site:

Austin Creek State Rec, area, 707-865-2391, 17000 Armstrong
Woods Rd., $10, 24 units

Cassini Family Campground, 800-451-8400, 22855 Moscow Rd.,
Duncan's Mills, (near Monte Rio) $22-29, huge, along the Russian
River. Be aware this week end will be a Civil War reenactment at Cassini,
so will be likely crowded with Civil War buffs.

Faerie Ring Campground, 707-869-2746, 16747 Armstrong Woods Rd., $20-25, 30

Fife's Guest Ranch, 800-7FIFES, 16747 River Rd., Guerneville, $25-40, 80

Highlands (Primarily Gay), 707-869-0333, 14000 Woodland Dr., Guerneville,
$20-25, 20 units

Hilton Park Family Campground, 707-887-9206, 10750 River Rd., Forestville,

The Inn at the Willows, 707-869-2824, 15905 River Rd., Guerneville, $20-up

Johnson' s Beach, 707-869-2022, 16241 First St., Guerneville, $10-up, 25

River Bend Resort, 707-887-7662, 11820 River Rd., Guerneville, $23, 45 units

Schoolhouse Canyon Park, 707-869-2311, 12600 River Road, Guerneville,
$25-up, 65 units

Sun Jul 23

# Two ways to help animals in San Francisco on Sunday, July 23! Come to
one or both:

Please note: the Advocates Letter-Writing Luncheon goes forward, rain
or shine. The anti-KFC Demo is on in sun, fog or light drizzle, but
canceled in the event of rain.

(1) Join the Veggie Jews' Tsedakah Brigade and the San Francisco
Vegetarian Society and participate in the PETA campaign against
Fried Cruelty (see You can educate the
public regarding KFC's treatment of chickens by passing out leaflets
at KFC,
1900 Irving Street at the corner of 20th Avenue in San Francisco from
Noon to 1:00 p.m. PETA is providing the literature.

(2) Sponsored by Veggie Jews Tsedakah Brigade and the San Francisco
Vegetarian Society:
Advocates' Luncheon: At 1:00 p.m. we'll walk two blocks to Shangri La
vegetarian restaurant (2026 Irving St. at 22nd Ave., 731-2548), a
Kosher-vegan restaurant, where we'll order around 1:15 p.m. This is a
chance to eat tasty, low-cost, Chinese vegan food; to socialize; and
most importantly, to spend a few minutes writing letters to help
relieve the suffering of animals. Suggestions for subjects and
recipients of letters will be available but feel free to bring your
own agenda, as well as your own paper, envelopes, pen and stamps.
For information and to RSVP, write to veggiejews @
Posted by Bonnie Knight, San Francisco The San Francisco Vegetarian Society:
For health and humanity, promoting vegetarianism since 1968 SFVS is a
non-profit organization that has been working in the Bay Area for
nearly 40 years promoting a vegetarian diet as a healthful and humane
way of

[Veggie Jews is an on-line and real world organization with events in
local communities dedicated to supporting Jewish vegans and
vegetarians and spreading vegan, vegetarian and animal rights values
into the Jewish community. All Veggie Jews' events are open to Jews
of all ages and our non-Jewish friends. We are not a singles or
religious group, although single and observant people are always
welcome. For group information or to join, please go to
And remember: It's only kosher if it's cruelty free.]

To subscribe to this group, send an email to:
SFVeg-subscribe [at]

# Fully Loaded & Electrocelt Present:
the FULLY LOADED Boat Party ~ a high seas adventure
Sunday, July 23rd, 2006
Aboard the Beautiful San Francisco Spirit, San Francisco
Pier 9 (Broadway at Embarcadero)
5pm - 11pm 21+ w/id
$35 limited, presale tickets
On Sale Now at:
djs: * 2 floors *
BRETT JOHNSON (Classic / Aesoteric Recordings)
MEI - LWUN (Soulstice /
Sound Vibrations: Know Audio
Lighting Textures: Radiant Atmospheres
PacificSound Crew
Have your friends sign up at:
This email message is for the direct recipients and their friends only!

# July 11th & 25th, August 22nd (out of town August 8th)
Dream Dance: a sacred ritual healing dance workshop
Spiritual Technologies invite you to join us for an intimate ceremony
designed to promote deep healing through the use of intention, a blindfold,
and breathing techniques that induce a state of trance and transformation.
Doors open 7pm, closed ritual 7:30-9:30
2nd & 4th Tuesdays monthly ($7-$12 sliding scale)
De Moolam: 848 Divisidero, SF
(Note: bi-monthly availability likely to change in the fall…please come
dance while we have the chance!!!)

Wed Jul 26

# I think it's really important we support our wildlife animals too, so I request people Support the "Natural Areas Plan" at this local Rec & Park meeting next week, as people concerned for animals.

On July 26th at 8:30 am in City Hall, room 416, the Recreation and Park Commission will hold a hearing on a bold and progressive plan to preserve San Francisco's Significant Natural Resource Areas.

During the public comment, which won't be till 9am at the earliest, you merely need to stand in line and say something like:

"My name is _____. I live in _____, and I strongly encourage you to adopt the Natural Area Plan without delay. Many endangered species rely on this critical habitat and as a bay area resident, it's our duty to preserve it and the species that live there."

A little about the plan: Dogs and their companion humans will be allowed in every acre of the Natural Areas Program, no feral cats will be harmed and the Program will plant over 4,000 trees over the next 20 years, a net increase in trees. The trees planted will be fire resistant, indigenous species.

IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND, E-MAIL margaret.mcarthur [at], Commission Liaison to tell her to forward your "Support of the Natural Areas Plan" e-mail to the Commission for consideration.


To subscribe to Bay Area Animal Rights Network please send blank email to:
baarn-subscribe [at]

# Rail Against Privatization
Wednesday, July 26 7:00 pm
$5 donations are accepted

Presented by Steve Zeltzer

This film from South Africa shows the struggle for decent housing and
jobs in a township in Durban. The residents begin to struggle for
justice and are met with repression.

This film tells the story of the effort to fight the privatization of
British Rail which was carried out under former Prime Minister
Thatcher and now continued by the "New Labor" Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Dozens of Colombian trade unionists, in order to escape death
sentences, were forced to come to the U.S. This film by Julie
Rosenberg tells the story of Hector Girado and his visit to the U.S.

This film by Peter Burton explores the view of the class struggle in
the U.S. from a Scottish perspective.

Before and after the film, everyone's invited to indulge in our
Humanist Coffee House

Humanist Hall
390 27th Street
midtown Oakland, between Telegraph and Broadway, below Pill Hill

click on the link "Directions" on our website

lvpsf @ 415-642-8066

Thu Jul 27

# FREE Intro | Evolutionary Health and Well Being | Thursday July 27th

What: Evolutionary Health and Well Being™
A Brief Introduction

When: THURSDAY Thursday July 27th 7:00pm to 9:30pm [RSVP Required]
Where: The Arete Center for Excellence in SF


Learn How:

•I virtually eliminated HIV from my system in a few months without meds!
•To dissolve beliefs about what is and is not possible within your body
•Bring evolutionary awareness to health and well being
+Body: nutrition and fitness
+Mind: How specifically to harness the power of the mind
for your healing and how to clear out significant negative
emotional experiences
•Which non-deity, non sectarian, spiritual practices I used
•Apply to the same technology to any illness or limitation in your thinking
•Find out about the Evolutionary Health and Well Being™ workshop in

All in one brief evening!

What if "incurable" diseases were curable? What if there were a mental
technology and a integral approach that could unlock that possibility? It is
one thing to believe in the power of the is another to have the
key and be able to cut copies to give away for access, and to be a living,
breathing example of it with access to the specifics, diligently recorded
over my 5 month journey to heal myself. And heal myself I did.

Think this is impossible? Think again.

Full Details are here:
Jason D. McClain | Evolutionary Guide™ | I.D.E.A. | 415/261.2867 | liberate @

Fri July 28

# San Francisco Peak Oil Hearing July 28
SFhearings @

Bay Area activists and concerned citizens are encouraged to mark Friday, July 28, on their calendars. On that afternoon at City Hall in San Francisco, the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) will be holding the first in a series of hearings on Peak Oil, focusing on its potential ramifications for San Francisco (and the Bay Area), how city government is equipped, or more correctly "not equipped," to deal with an energy famine, and what the local government might do to mitigate the catastrophe Peak Oil will bring to our local economy, infrastructure, and personal lives. This hearing will provide an opportunity for education of the local population regarding an issue with which so many are completely unfamiliar, despite its urgency.

On April 11, 2006, San Francisco made history. By a vote of 10-0 by the Board of Supervisors, our local "City Council," it became the first major American city to pass a resolution acknowledging the Peak Oil phenomenon. This action was taken after a group of local citizens from a grassroots organization, San Francisco Oil Awareness, contacted and met with their representatives, voicing their concerns about the city's future. The resolution, sponsored by Supervisors Ross Mirkarimi, Jake McGoldrick, Sophie Maxwell, and Chris Daly, called for Mayor Gavin Newsom and the Board of Supervisors to acknowledge Peak Oil and to provide funding for an assessment which would determine the effects of petroleum depletion upon our way of life.

This proposed assessment is a major undertaking, and the suggestions such a study would determine necessary to mitigate effects from Peak Oil could not realistically be tackled in the political realm without a mandate of the citizenry of San Francisco. Unfortunately, even in progressive San Francisco, a majority of our population do not know about nor understand what Peak Oil is, as major media are almost always silent about the topic, or when discussing it they are rife with misinformation. But our region is special in its history of activism and consciousness, and by harnessing these historical assets, San Francisco is poised to seize this moment and avoid the worst case scenario that could befall us as petroleum-based fossil fuel energy becomes increasingly difficult to extract from the earth and prohibitively expensive to acquire. San Francisco must take this occasion to begin to "power down."

With your help, July 28 could provide the needed impetus to educate the citizenry of San Francisco and the Bay Area about these potential disruptions. On that afternoon at 1:30, a press conference will be held on the steps of City Hall in conjunction with San Francisco Oil Awareness and other concerned organizations, and it will be very important to have a large turnout of concerned citizens attending the press conference as well as the hearing on Peak Oil that will commence in City Hall at 2:00 p.m. that day. Please make an effort to attend these important events, and please encourage your friends to learn about Peak Oil and join you in voicing concerns on July 28. It is not hyperbole that our collective lives may depend upon it.

The hearing on July 28, as presently envisioned, will include an introductory message about Peak Oil, a presentation by author, lecturer, and professor Richard Heinberg of New College in Santa Rosa, presentations by the department of the environment, and a discussion about municipal response from Dave Room of Energy Preparedness. There will be additional input encouraged from the general public, which is limited to 3 minutes per person.

Please attend the press conference and hearing that day, and encourage other concerned citizens, as well as your friends and associates, to join you.

Further Resources:

San Francisco Oil Awareness:

San Francisco Oil Awareness Request for Study:

The San Francisco Resolution, as passed by the Board of Supervisors:

Interview with members Dennis Brumm, David Fridley, Allyse Heartwell, and Jennifer Bresee of San Francisco Oil Awareness, regarding the San Francisco Peak Oil resolution (an additional interview with Sue Vaughan of the San Francisco Green Party):

# Critical Mass - Friday 7/28 6pm Justin Herman Plaza: Market @ Embarcadero Bring bicycle, helmet, light, costume, music...
Maybe we can encourage the people who block cross traffic to:
wait until the mass arives at that intersection, so as to offend as few drivers as possible.
Definitely hold up / wait before blocking major intersections. BECAUSE
It would be nice to be visible to as many pedestrians and motorists as possible while
offending/ delaying as few motorists as possible.
Pissing them off is just gonna make them anti-bike.

# July 28 - 30 Join the Summit for Salmon Fundraiser - Climb Mt. Rainier!

# GILROY GARLIC FESTIVAL Saturday, July 29th.

# Green-Soulfest July 29 Park at deFremery Recreation Center
1651 Adeline St., Oakland, California
Come to Green-Soulfest 06 and have an eco- adventure at deFremery Park in
the Eco-West. Take a journey to Africa, Ethiopia, India, the rainforest and
beyond at our eco-themed villages. Receive free massages and ancient
healing, learn eco-building, build your eco-finances, learn how to prevent
disease, have fun in our eco-children's area, discover live food nutrition,
sample delicious living foods, learn how to save your environment and enjoy
great music from around the world.
Vendor booths and sponsorships are available
510-228-8738 healthythrunature yahoo com
Sponsored by: * Healthy Thru Nature Institute * Living Nutrition * San
Francisco Vegetarian Society * Bay Valley * Sacred Grove * Attitudinal

# Sat, Jul 29, 2006 4:00 pm - 9:30 pm
[view] Slow Food Film Festival,
California College of the Arts 450 Irwin St SF (8th St @ 16th St.)

The most beautiful tattoo, hairdo, hat, costume, face-painting, karaoke song & more!

# 07/30-DORE "Up Your" ALLEY FAIR

August 2006

# Aug 7-13 SRL in San Jose: Survival Research Labs
If you like BIG remote control machines that burn, explode, devour and destroy...
Local SRL show is coming to San Jose

# August 10th through 14
July 2006 is the month to Bring the War Home to cities across the
nation with Direct Action and Civil Disobedience to shut down all metropolitan
areas. Then organizers from around the world will converge on DC August
10th through the 14th to confront the true war machine.

SHUT DOWN DC: August 10th through 14th, 2006. There will be massive
decentralized direct action against all government and corporate

The vast majority of government and corporate war profiteers are based
in DC, and its time they experience war first hand. Let's bring the war to
their homes, their offices, their parties and everywhere else they go.

As long as there is a war abroad, we must also have a war at home. With
the Iran war looming, the Iraq war lingering, and dozens of other wars
raging, it is long past time to bring the war home.

With thousands expected to descend on our fair city, mass housing, free
vegan food, and a convergence space will all be available. Mark your
calendars, tell your friends, plan to come to DC August 10th through
14th, 2006.

More information and details will be coming, and our website should be
up soon. Keep checking back for more details. In the meantime email
bringthewarhome06 @

# SRL August 11 in San Jose
Anyone heard of Survival Research Labratories? These guys are a
hoot, and they are coming to town!

If you've ever seen Seamen at BM, SRL is the authentic article.
These guys regularly get kicked out of town the night before the
event by the fire marshals. Of course, that's not going to happen on
the 11th, but the show will not be something to be missed. All the
drama of a war zone with the choreography of Cirque Du Soleil. But
bring your earplugs! A gas mask isn't a bad idea to pack if you have
one handy, but it's unlikely you would need it these days.

The last show I saw of theirs was legend, out on pier 70 in SF about
a decade ago. -Brian

More information at
survival_research_la.html, tickets available at

# Amazing Healing Retreat--Orgasmic Organics--Aug 11-13
Here is a fantastic healing retreat being put on by an inspiring
chef and friend, Shobhan, at Frogwood Lodge in
Mendocino County.
Relaxing guided meditations, raw and vegan chef-prepared meals, live
music, 3 yoga sessions ( guessed it! me...Sumati) and a
DJ'd dance jam. Not to mention hottub, nature walks. Massage.
Check out the event website for a menu and many other details:

3 RE-FASHION Costume Change & Exchange (SF Bay Area)
Saturday, August 12 12:00 PM Humanist Hall 411 28th Street
Oakland, CA between Broadway and Telegraph

# SF Drag King Contest Thu Aug 17 8:00pm - 3:00am $15. - $35.
DNA Lounge 375 11th St @ Harrison
lureadthis @ 415-282-5378

# Aug 19 Nonprofit Boot Camp, CraigsList Foundation UC Berkeley

# Dolphin Adventure Trips Aug. 19-26, 2006
Aug. 26- Sept. 2, 2006

# Swim with Dolphins Adventure Aug 26 - Sep 2, 2006 or and click on Dolphin Trip! Enjoy!

# Aug 28 - Sep 4 2006 fun in the desert
goto Reno, turn North... 100 miles North of Reno is the Black Rock Desert Download screensavers for ideas of costumes, artcars, projects...
This year's street names will be:
Esplanade Anxious Brave Chance Destiny Eager Fate Guess Hope

September 2006

# Free History Tour of Dogpatch & Potrero Point
Sunday, September 3, 2006 (11:00 AM)
18th St. & Tennessee St. San Francisco, California
WHERE: starts at 18th and Tennessee
DETAILS: Designated as a San Francisco Historic District, this colorful neighborhood has important ties to many of the city's past commercial industries. From its historic working class cottages and industrial age relics to the current proliferation of ultra-modern lofts, we'll explore the past and present of this suprising, eclectic neighborhood in transition in this 2 hour walking tour. A $5 donation to SF City Guides (non-profit) is suggested, but optional.

# September 8 - 21 Announcing Camp Democracy
Announcing Camp Democracy
Cindy Sheehan to Move Camp to National Mall
Cindy Sheehan and activists in the growing peace movement plan to
move Camp Casey to the National Mall in Washington, D.C., September
8 - 21. The camp on the Mall will carry the name Camp Democracy at
Fort Fed Up. Organizers intend the camp to bring together peace
activists with activists for social justice, united in demanding a
shift of public resources from war to the needs of people.
Participants will lobby Congress to end all funding of the
occupation of Iraq, and will demand that Congress hold the Bush
Administration accountable for the falsehoods that launched the war
and the abuses of power here at home that have accompanied it. Camp
Democracy is launching an outreach effort to include organizations
in the planning of the camp's activities, which are all in the
initial stages. Organizations already on board are listed on the
Participating organizations and guest experts and celebrities will
provide workshops and training sessions on a wide range of issues,
as well as on communications, voter registration, nonviolent civil
disobedience, lobbying, organizing, media production, and
performance arts. Congress Members and congressional candidates will
take part. Local elected officials will instruct attendees on
participation in local government. Musicians will perform concerts.
New films will be shown on a large screen. Participants will acquire
useful skills while demanding fundamental change.
Individuals can sign up and plan to come:
And volunteer to help:
Organizations, large and small, can sign up to participate:
Organizations, trainers, speakers, educators, and performers should
propose activities that they believe would benefit thousands of
citizens who want to work for change:
Internet activists, and anyone with a blog or a website, can help by
posting this information and link to the website using this link:

A camp for peace, democracy, and the restoration of the rule of law.
Camp Casey will move from Crawford, Texas, to Washington, D.C., to
create a larger camp focused not only on ending the war but also on
righting injustices here at home and on holding accountable the Bush
Administration and Congress. Tents will provide activist activities,
trainings, workshops, and entertainment on these themes: War/ Peace/
Nonviolence | The Constitution/ Accountability/ Censure/ Impeachment
| Poverty/ Katrina/ Immigration/ Labor | Environment/ Health Care/

# SEP 9 Power to the Peaceful Concert Free concert in Golden Gate Park Michael Franti

# Sokano Avenue Stroll “Send In The Clowns” Sunday, September 10, 2006
Non-profit Information &/or Fundraising (New- Both Categories merged)
You may raise money by donation, raffles, memberships and/or materials donated to you.
You may sell or give away promotional materials about your organization.
Keep literature distribution and clipboard activity behind your table.
It you are hosting a game booth, no cash prizes or live animals are allowed. Small toys, balloons and other prizes are acceptable. We encourage you to have game booths rather than sell products. Call us for great booth ideas!
entry fee for a booth to be submitted Aug. 1

# 9/11 CITIZENS Court in Wash DC on September 11 - 18
This is from a founder of Veterans for 9/11 Truth
This Sept 11, 2006 a new era will dawn on America. On that day the
people will convene and move through the legal recourse needed to
redress the government. At no other time in our nations history has so
important a moment drawn near. As the war of lies passes the $500
Billion debt mark and 3000 US dead along with 100,000's in the nation
we "saved", as freedom and liberty has been sold out to a federal
police force, as all Americans have been affected by corporate and
limited liability governments and municipal codes, time has come for
the change

# Earthdance 2006 Laytonville, CA - USA
Fri - Sun September 15-16-17
3 day Camp Out Celebration for World Peace and Unity, set amidst a beautiful old growth oak forest, featuring 5 Stages of Entertainment uniting Jamband, World, Conscious Lyricism, Electronica, Reggae and Folk. Also featuring Global Artisans Market, Late Night Cinema, Healing Village, Kidlandia, Speakers Forum, Activist Alley, Workshops, All Night Music Cafés and much more...

2006 Artists Include:
Ani DiFranco India.Arie Ozomatli Blackalicious Tea Leaf Green Mad Professor
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