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The World Can't Wait--Drive Out the Bush Regime! Youth and Student Conference Aug. 23-27

Saturday, August 26, 2006
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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SEIU Local 87 -- 240 Golden Gate Ave. (near civic center BART)

Register Now!!! Contact us at wcw_changing_ground [at] and indicate the full names of youth/students who wish to register. Call 415-286-3408 for questions about the conference and for housing information. We are asking $5-10 per day to attend (Th.-Sat.), but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

This October 5th we are calling for nationwide protests where campuses will be shut down and student walkouts will bring business-as-usual to a halt. To do this we need a generation of leaders who challenge the stifling politics-as-usual atmosphere with a "Be Realistic: Demand the Impossible" spirit and the moral clarity concentrated in the statement of, "I would rather die than to have anyone tortured to save my life" – former U.K. Ambassador Craig Murray. From the most experienced organizers to youth just beginning to get involved in political activism, we have a schedule that will be exciting for all:

Wednesday – August 23rd
5:00 PM Orientation and Overview @ Coffee to the People (1206 Masonic Ave.. on Haight St.)

Thursday – August 24th -- @ SEIU Local 87 (240 Golden Gate Ave.)
10:00 AM Gather and Discuss Current Events
11:30 AM Bob Watada, father of outspoken officer-resister Lt. Ehren Watada, will be speaking, following a screening of the documentary Sir! No Sir! (open to the Public -- $5 -10 donation)
3:00PM Workshop on October 5th Day of mass resistance
7:00-11:00 PM Wake the Folk Up! Open Mic Night @ Balazo 18 Art Gallery (2183 Mission St.. on 18th St.)

Friday – August 25th -- @ SEIU Local 87 (240 Golden Gate Ave.)
10:00 AM Workshop on Organizing campuses
12:00 PM Workshop on Active Social Investigation
4:00 PM Talk with David Sylvester: Torture and other Crimes of the Bush Regime (Open to the public – $5-10 donation)
7:00 PM Talk with Larry Everest (author of Oil, Power, and Empire): The Situation in the Middle East (Open to the public $5-10 donation)

Saturday – August 26th -- @ SEIU Local 87 (240 Golden Gate Ave.)
10:00 AM Talk with Sunsara Taylor (national spokesperson for World Can’t Wait)
1:00 PM Talk with Glenn Fieldman (SFSU Professor): Global Warming (Open to the public $5-10 donation)
4:00 PM Further Discussion

Sunday – August 27th
10:00 AM Gather supplies for Street Theater @ Redstone Building (2940 16th St. on Capp St. - Suite 200-6)
1:00 PM Goodbye

Youth will leave this conference with new organizing skills, a vision for October 5th, and a new sense of possibility for this growing movement to Drive Out the Bush Regime!
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