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Thu Jun 21 2007 (Updated 06/22/07)
Fault Lines: Food, Shelter and Communication
Issue 21 of Fault Lines is Ready, Funds Needed
Fault Lines, the bi-monthly newsmagazine of Indybay, has just released another issue of radical political analysis and social commentary. A PDF is available online, but we need help with printing costs to get Fault Lines out on the streets. Donate via Paypal on this page. Fault Lines #21 focuses on local control of housing, land, communication, and other resources, in the Bay Area and beyond. The issue includes exclusive first-hand coverage of the G8 protests in Germany, interviews of Josh Wolf and Gabe Meyers about past anti-G8 actions in San Francisco, and articles about guerrilla gardening, housing rights, microradio, biodiesel hotrods, biojustice, indigenous resurgence, and more.

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01/16/19 Teachers Striking in LA and Promising to Strike in Oakland If Funding Needs Not Met Labor & Workers | Education & Student Activism | East Bay | California01/15/19 West Oakland Gentrification Claims Yet Another Casualty as Qilombo Forced Out Front Page | Police State & Prisons | Racial Justice | Health, Housing & Public Services | Global Justice & Anti-Capitalism | Arts + Action | East Bay01/14/19 Millions of Public Housing and Section 8 Renters at Risk If Shutdown Continues Front Page | Health, Housing & Public Services | Labor & Workers | San Francisco | East Bay | U.S. | Government & Elections | Immigrant Rights01/13/19 Once the Most Abundant Fish in the Delta, Smelt Numbers Dangerously Decreasing Front Page | Environment & Forest Defense | Central Valley | California | Government & Elections01/13/19 Santa Rosa Park Built in Andy Lopez' Honor, Civil Settlement Reached for 2013 Murder Front Page | Police State & Prisons | Racial Justice | North Bay / Marin01/11/19 Kevin Cooper: My Thoughts on Governor Brown's Executive Order Front Page | Police State & Prisons | Racial Justice | North Bay / Marin | California01/08/19 Oakland Remembers Oscar Grant on Tenth Anniversary of His Murder Front Page | Police State & Prisons | Racial Justice | East Bay01/04/19 Without Rebellions and Protests, Oscar Grant Would Have Received Little Justice Front Page | Police State & Prisons | Racial Justice | East Bay | U.S. | Government & Elections12/29/18 Berkeley's Historic People's Park Facing Attacks from Police and Tree Cutters Front Page | Police State & Prisons | Environment & Forest Defense | Health, Housing & Public Services | Global Justice & Anti-Capitalism | Education & Student Activism | East Bay12/28/18 Pan-African Celebration Includes Principles of Cooperative Work and Collective Economics Front Page | Racial Justice | Health, Housing & Public Services | Global Justice & Anti-Capitalism | Central Valley | California | International12/25/18 Israelis Steal Land for New Settlement in Bethlehem While Gazan Christians Denied Access Front Page | International | Palestine
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