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{San Rafael}North Ca. 9/11 Truth Alliance @ The Bioneers Con. To 10pm[19th-21st]

Date:
Friday, October 19, 2007
Time:
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Meeting
Location Details:
Bioneers | Bioneers
Bioneers is a forum for connecting the environment, health, social justice, and spirit within ... Bioneers Conference. October 19-21, 2007 in San Rafael, CA ...
http://www.bioneers.org/

#3) The Bioneers Conference, October 19-21, 2007, San Rafael, California

FRIDAY | OCTOBER 19 | 2007

Opening remarks from Kenny Ausubel and Nina Simons, founder and co-producers of Bioneers, and Welcome to Beaming Bioneers Satellite Conferences.

FRIDAY PLENARIES 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

JAY HARMAN
Designing the Next Golden Age: A Progress Report
Award-winning inventor, entrepreneur and CEO of PAX Scientific offers examples of highly efficient technologies inspired by natural systems that can help us create prosperity without degrading the biosphere.

JUDY BACA
The Interactive Digital Mural: A Tool for Social Reconciliation from the Local to the Global
World-renowned Los Angeles muralist and community arts leader unleashes the power of public art to help transform societies.

JUDY WICKS
Local Living Economies: Green, Fair and Fun
Fabled entrepreneur and activist tells her story of moving beyond responsible business practices to working cooperatively with other entrepreneurs and citizens to build whole economies based on love of nature and community.

JOHN ABRAMS
Thinking Like Cathedral Builders
Business needs bold new stories. Author, designer/builder and community activist explains how equal doses of freedom, hope, outrageous behavior and long-term thinking can open the way to a durable and successful future.

VAN JONES
Toward a Green Growth Alliance: Birthing a New Politics
It is the chief moral obligation of our time to build a green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty. Activist and founder of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights urges us to carry our spiritual, cultural and economic movements into the electoral arena to transform politics and forge a green "New Deal" coalition so that kids who are now prison fodder will help create a zero-pollution economy, harvest the sun and heal the land instead.

FRIDAY AFTERNOON SESSIONS 2:45 pm – 4:15 pm

From Ecovillages to Ecocities
Growing numbers of people are seeking both sustainable life-ways and community, a trend that's transforming urban and village design. With: Liz Walker, co-founder and executive director of the famous EcoVillage at Ithaca, NY, and author of EcoVillage at Ithaca: Pioneering a Sustainable Culture; and Ecocity leader Richard Register, president of Ecocity Builders and author of the classic Ecocities: Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature, moderated by Charles Shaw, editor-in-chief of Conscious Choice magazine. (A1)

Building Local Living Economies and Successful Social Ventures
How are local and socially minded businesses organizing themselves to promote the common good? Hosted by Don Shaffer, president and CEO of RSF Social Finance; with social entrepreneur and BALLE co-founder Judy Wicks of Philadelphia's White Dog Café; Just Desserts founder Elliot Hoffman of New Voice of Business; and Native American Ashoka fellow and Alaskan social entrepreneur Dune Lankard. (A2)

Race, Class and Power: Structural Analysis and Fairness – Part 1
A Special Presentation of the Tides Foundation. A small vanguard of accomplished activists/thought leaders is building a body of work that makes transparent those structures that inhibit our ability to be a healthy, diverse society with high standards of accountability. Structural race analysis provides a framework for thinking about how racism is perpetuated in our society and how, by changing and rebuilding these structures, we can create greater opportunities and fairness for all. Join leading thinkers in a two-part workshop that will include both analysis and an exploration of opportunities we all have to act in a more conscious and just way. With: Maya Wiley, Center for Social Inclusion; Colette Pichon Battle, Moving Forward Gulf Coast Inc.; Gihan Perera, Miami Workers Center; Van Jones, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights and Manuel Pastor, Center for Justice, Tolerance & Community, UC Santa Cruz. Note: This is a double session. (A3)

Becoming Guardians for Future Generations
How can we apply the wisdom of the Iroquois "seventh generation" principle to contemporary public policy and politics, and radically re-imagine our laws, communities and personal actions? With: Tom Goldtooth, executive director of Indigenous Environmental Network; Precautionary Principle leader Carolyn Raffensperger of the Science and Environmental Health Network; renowned philosopher/activist Joanna Macy; and psychotherapist Edward Tick. Moderated by Patrick Reinsborough of smartMeme. (A4)

Cultivating the Land and the Narrative
A close relationship with the land informs a way of thinking and inspires creative expression. Organic farmer and writer Andy Griffin shares stories of his connections with the land, food and people. (A5)

Hotfrog Presents: Writing the Revolution
A new, web-based interactive magazine, hotfrog.org, presents gifted writers chronicling today's unprecedented global "movement of movements" from the ground up. Hosted by Hotfrog founder and Orion cofounder Laurie Lane-Zucker; with Rebecca Solnit, author of Storming the Gates of Paradise: Landscapes for Politics; award-winning journalist and former publisher and editor of Mother Jones, Mark Dowie; and Eddie Yuen, author and editor. (A6)

Clean Tech Comes of Age
Suddenly clean tech has gone from fringe to binge, but will we achieve the massive shift to renewable energy in time? Hosted by Tom Van Dyck, senior vice president for wealth management at Royal Bank of Canada; with Mark Donohue, the venture capitalist founder of Expansion Capital Partners; Jack Hidary, an entrepreneur in the finance and technology sectors, and co-founder of SmartTransportation, a nationwide organization encouraging clean technology in the transportation and housing sectors. (A7)

Building and Bridging Movements
Learn how young people have come together to build coalitions, engage communities, provide training strategies for change and influence legislation to ultimately transform our society. With Billy Parish, coordinator of Energy Action; Taj James, executive director of the Movement Strategy Center; ibrahim abdul-matin, technology organizer for the Movement Strategy Center; and Adrienne Maree Brown, executive director of The Ruckus Society. (Y1)

No Nukes or Green Nukes? The Debate over Global Warming and Nuclear Power
Does the onset of catastrophic global warming justify the wider application of nuclear energy? Are the certain risks worth the potential benefits? What kind of society might result from a proliferation of nuclear plants? An energetic debate with: Stewart Brand, founder of Whole Earth Catalog and co-founder of Global Business Network; Peter Warshall, biologist and anthropologist; Michael Mariotte, executive director, Nuclear Information and Resource Service; and and Winona LaDuke, renowned indigenous rights leader. (A8)

Herb Walk
Get outdoors with Kami McBride, a teacher of herbal medicine since 1988, including at the UC Nursing School and Stanford Hospital. Kami teaches herbology as a relationship with the Earth and a way of life. (A9)

Grandmothers Council
THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF 13 INDIGENOUS GRANDMOTHERS was formed around a common vision to unite the Earth's First Peoples in a global alliance dedicated to peace, the healing of the Earth and the preservation of indigenous ways. At the 2006 conference, Bioneers participated in an historic satellite "spacebridge" dialogue with the Grandmothers as they gathered in Dharamsala, India. This year, the grandmothers join us in Marin for daily council sessions, panel presentations and a screening of the film that was made during the spacebridge last year. The councils will be held around the themes: Healing Our Relations, Healing Ourselves and Healing Our Planet. Each council will be an opportunity for participants to offer their dreams, visions and prayers, and express their concerns and questions. See the brochure schedule for details. (A10)

FRIDAY AFTERNOON SESSIONS 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Gimme Shelter: Green Building in an Age of Mega-Cities and Meta-Collapse
How do we build our way out of environmental and social devastation? With: master green builder John Abrams of South Mountain Company; Matt Petersen, founder and executive director of Global Green USA, on rebuilding New Orleans; and Stewart Brand, founder of Whole Earth Catalog, on innovations in improving the lives of residents of slums and favelas in the Global South. Moderated by Terrence McNally, host of KPFK's Free Forum. (B1)

Social and Regenerative Forestry
Modern science meets ancient wisdom to regenerate the world's forests. With ethnobotanist, eco-forester and permaculture designer Tom Ward and permaculturalist Brock Dolman of the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center. (B2)

Race, Class and Power: Structural Analysis and Fairness – Part 2
(See Friday, 2:45, A3 for more info.)(B4)

Mother Jones Presents: Investigate This!
What is the state of environmental investigative journalism in a corporate media culture running on obfuscation, spin and disinformation? Hosted by Mother Jones editor-in-chief Monika Bauerlein; with Douglas Fischer of The Oakland Tribune; Julia Whitty, environmental correspondent for Mother Jones; and Margot Roosevelt, environmental reporter, Los Angeles Times. (B5)

Indigenous Visionary Plant Traditions
First Peoples have long used key sacred plants as powerful healing tools and to communicate with the "mind of nature." Bioneers associate producer and editor of Visionary Plant Consciousness, J.P. Harpignies and ethnobotanist/artist Kat Harrison are honored to host deeply experienced practitioners of sacred plant traditions from the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, including Mazatec Elder Julieta Casimiro; Maria Alice Campos Freire, a Madrinha in Brazil's Santo Daime Church; traditional Cheyenne dance leader, sculptress and writer Margaret Behan Red Spider Woman; and Bernadette Rebienot, Omyene healer and master of the Iboga Bwiti Rite. (B6)

Girls Gone Mild? Reclaiming Feminism's Radical Edge
Join diverse women leaders in conversation about valuable lessons from the past and today's new approaches to winning women's human rights. Hosted by Linda Burnham, co-founder of the Women of Color Resource Center; with Yvonne Bynoe, commentator and author of Encyclopedia of Rap and Hip-Hop Culture; Charlotte Brody, executive director of Commonweal; Patti Chang, former executive director of the Women's Foundation of California; Samhita Mukhopadhyay, editor of feministing.com; and Andrea Cristina Mercado, lead organizer for Mujeres Unidas y Activas. (B7)

Eco-Art Strategies: Towards a Culture of Sustainability
This panel highlights the work of three passionate eco-artists, and examines how each combines art with ecological awareness, activism, and public engagement. Moderated by Sam Bower, executive director of greenmuseum.org; with Susan Leibovitz Steinman, editor/co-founder of the Women Environmental Artists Directory (WEAD); Anne-Katrin Spiess, an artist, founder and publisher of "LAND" (Landscape, Art and Design), an online journal for environmental art; and Daniel McCormick, an artist and designer working on environmental restoration projects throughout the United States. (B8)

Theatre of the Oppressed Training – Theater for Change-Makers
Developed by Brazilian theater director and activist Augusto Boal, Theatre of the Oppressed is a form of popular theater made by and for people who are changing the world. This training will introduce you to the practice of Theatre of the Oppressed; you will participate in a series of experiential exercises that will provide you with an overview of how to use this technique to analyze issues and empower people to solve their own problems. Participants will have the opportunity to produce an interactive performance piece. With Bay Area Theatre of the Oppressed trainers Jessica Bell and Rosa Gonzalez. (Y2)

FRIDAY EVENING 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

BIONEERS MOVING IMAGE FESTIVAL
Discover the films and filmmakers who are making a better world.

Chicago 10 Written and directed by Brett Morgen, Chicago 10 presents contemporary history with a forced perspective, mixing bold and original animation with extraordinary archival footage that explores the build-up to and unraveling of the Chicago Conspiracy Trial. Set to the music of revolution, then and now, Chicago 10 is a parable of hope, courage and ultimate victory, the story of young Americans speaking out and taking a stand in the face of an oppressive and armed government.

FW:SF911Truth: Upcoming 9/11 Truth Meeting/ Events/ Outreach Opportunities
From: Carol Brouillet
To: sf911truth-events [at] googlegroups.com
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 8:41 AM
Dear Activists,

Our next meeting is this Thursday in Oakland, our 1st Thursday in November San Francisco meeting, is cancelled and everyone is encouraged to go to our Rodriguez event that night, Thursday, November 1st 7-10 pm at the Grand Lake Theater, where we will have a reception for leaders of the truth, peace, justice, impeachment movements following the presentation and celebrate our success at raising awareness on 9/11 truth and building community and bringing together the various movements.


#1) Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance Meeting, Thursday, October 18, 2007 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., The Grand Lake Neighborhood Center, Oakland

#4) Film Screening- 911 MYSTERIES, Saturday, October 20, 2007 at 1:30 p.m., Fremont Main Library, 2400 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont CA
#5) 9/11: Blueprint for Truth: The Architecture of Destruction / Richard Gage, AIA, Wednesday, October 24, 2007, 7:00 PM, Mt. Diablo Peace & Justice Center, 55 Eckley Lane, Walnut Creek
#6) Listening for a Change, Wednesday, 11 am to 1 pm, Lytton Plaza, Downtown Palo Alto
#7) Weekly 9/11 Truth and Change Meetings in San Francisco: Wednesdays, 9:00pm – 11:00pm, Naan and Curry on 642 Irving St. (at 8th Ave.). San Francisco
#8) Media Accountability Conference, Friday, October 26th- Saturday, October 27th, Sonoma State University
#9) National Mobilization to End the War in Iraq, Saturday, October 27, 2007, 11 am Civic Center, San Francisco, March to Dolores Park
#10) 9/11 & MARTIAL LAW?, Tuesday, October 30th 7:00 - 10:00 PM with Frank Morales, Ralph Schoenman and Mya Shone, Berkeley Unitarian Center, 1606 Bonita Ave, Berkeley
#11) Trick or Truth? Halloween, Wednesday, October 31, (6th Anniversary of the Listening Project) 11 am- 1 pm, Lytton Plaza, Palo Alto
#12) Last Man Out- William Rodriguez - 9/11 Hero World Tour, November 1, 2007, 7 pm, Reception with local heroes to follow, Grand Lake Theater, 3200 Grand Avenue, Oakland
#13) World Peace Week, War on War Week, November 5- November 11th (Guys Fawkes Day through Veterans Day) Unmask State Sponsored Terrorism

Details below and updates posted at http:// http://www.communitycurrency.org/events.html

#1) Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance Meeting, Thursday, October 18, 2007
at The Grand Lake Neighborhood Center
530 Lake Park Avenue, (between Lakeshore Avenue and Grand Avenue) in Oakland
7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Directions-
From Hwy. 580 East (coming from the Bay Bridge or Berkeley), take the Grand Ave./Lakeshore exit (the exit ramp merges into MacArthur which intersects with Grand at the light), make a left at the light onto Grand, make a right onto Lake Park Ave. (the Grand Lake Theater will be on the corner on your far right). Go about a block, past the BofA, which will be on your left, and the GLNC will also be on your left. Park on the street or turn right into free public parking under the freeway.
From Hwy. 580 West (coming from Hayward), take the Lakeshore Ave. exit (get as far to the right when approaching the exit before, the Harrison/Oakland exit, then continue moving to the right). When you exit at Lakshore Ave., you will be on Lake Park. Go straight at the light (you'll see a Busy Body Home Fitness store in front of you to the right), crossing Lakeshore Ave. The GLNC will be a few storefronts down on your right. Park on the street or turn left into free public parking under the freeway across from GLNC. If you cross Grand Ave. (and the theater) you've gone too far.

Buses (check schedules):
The 57 Macarthur, to Kaiser hospital, 40th and the Emeryville shopping district.
The NL, via Grand to downtown Oakland and San Francisco


#2) Peninsula / South Bay PeaceProcession and Rally

Friday October 19, 2:30 p.m. to 6p.m.
Gather in Burlingame or San Jose
Drive/bike in the Peace Procession to Palo Alto

HearRay McGovern and Karen Meredith of Gold StarFamilies Speak Out and Iraq War Veterans from Veterans for Peace at the rally in Palo Alto.
http://peaceandjustice.org/article.php/Iraq_Moratorium_Oct_19

BurlingameStarting Point: United Methodist Church, 1443 Howard Ave.,
SanJose Starting Point: Calvary United Methodist Church, 729 Morse St. (enter on Naglee)



#3) The Bioneers Conference, October 19-21, 2007, San Rafael, California

The Conference is a dynamic, leading-edge forum, focused on practical and visionary solutions for restoring the Earth’s imperiled ecosystems and healing our human communities. http://www.bioneers.org

#4) Film Screening- 911 MYSTERIES, Saturday, October 20, 2007 at 1:30 p.m.
Fremont Main Library
2400 Stevenson Blvd at Paseo Padre
Fremont CA 94538
Tri-City Independent Documentary Series and Alameda County Libraries present a free screening of 911 MYSTERIES, followed by discussion led by Dr. Paul Rea, author of STILL SEEKING THE TRUTH ABOUT 9/11 and the forthcoming FINGERPRINTS ALL OVER THE CRIME.
Information: 510-745-1400 , Wheelchair accessible


#5) 9/11: Blueprint for Truth: The Architecture of Destruction / a presentation by Richard Gage, AIA, Wednesday, October 24, 2007, 7:00 PM
Mt. Diablo Peace & Justice Center,
55 Eckley Lane, Walnut Creek

Richard Gage, AIA is the founding member of ae911Truth.org. He has been a practicing architect for 20 years and has worked on most types of building construction including numerous fire-proofed steel-framed buildings. He became interested in the 9/11 WTC high-rise “collapses” after hearing the startling conclusions of a reluctant 9/11 researcher, David Ray Griffin, on the radio in 2006, which launched his own unyielding quest for 9/11 Truth. Richard will present a slide show which provides evidence that the three World Trade Center buildings were felled by controlled demolition. The pieces of evidence include expert corroboration, foreknowledge of collapse, whistle blowers, government documentation and video documentation. When Richard gave this presentation at the Grand Lake Theater on September 11, 2007, he was given a standing ovation by the overflow crowd.
Peace is Possible!

Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center
925-933-7850
http://www.mtdpc.org


#6) Listening for a Change- Every Wednesday, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Lytton Plaza, Palo Alto (University x Emerson)

Listening for a Change- Every Wednesday 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Lytton Plaza, Palo Alto (University x Emerson)

Since October 2001, every Wednesday, except when it is raining; I have set up tables, banners, chairs, food, educational material, and created a space for public dialogue on key issues. We ask the public three questions and write down their responses-
What do you think/feel about the events of September 11th and the U.S. government's response?

How could we defuse terrorism?"

How could we create a safer/better world for our children and all children?


Sponsored by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance All welcome. For more information call Carol Brouillet 650-857-0927.

#7) Additional Weekly 9/11 Truth and Change Meetings in San Francisco: Wednesdays, 9:00pm – 11:00pm
The new location of the Truth and Change meetings will be the Naan and Curry on 642 Irving St. (at 8th Ave.).
http://local.yahoo.com/details?id=21383118

Contact nineelevenmovement [at] yahoo.com for more information, free DVDs, flyers.


#8) Media Accountability Conference, Friday, October 26th- Saturday, October 27th
Sonoma State University
Organized by Project Censored

See- http://www.projectcensored.org/conference/07MAConf_files/Page627.htm for more details.


#9) National Mobilization to End the War in Iraq, Saturday, October 27, 2007, 11 am Civic Center, San Francisco,
March to Dolores Park

The Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance will have a contingent in the march and table at the Civic Center and Dolores Park. We will rally under the Deception Dollar banner at the Civic Center. Please contact Carol-cbrouillet [at] igc.org to commit to helping at either table or in the contingent. We also need folks to help put together and pass out signs.
http://www.oct27.org/sites/oct27.org/files/oct27/October_27.html

#10) 9/11 AND THE REPRESSIVE APPARATUS OF THE STATE:
IS MARTIAL LAW ON THE AGENDA?

Tuesday, October 30th 7:00 - 10:00 PM
Berkeley Unitarian Center, 1606 Bonita Ave (Corner of Cedar and Bonita)
Berkeley, CA

Frank Morales, Sonoma State University's Project Censored Award Winning Journalist and Taking Aim's Ralph Schoenman and Mya Shone
Frank Morales will speak on Police State America and Pentagon Civil Disturbance Planning

Ralph Schoenman and Mya Shone will speak on 9/11 and the Architecture of the Fascist State

$10 donation

#11) Trick or Truth? Halloween, Wednesday, October 31, (6th Anniversary of the Listening Project) 11 am- 1 pm, Lytton Plaza, Palo Alto


Since October 31, 2001, every Wednesday, except when it is raining; I have set up tables, banners, chairs, food, educational material, and created a space for public dialogue on key issues.
The first time was on Halloween and I wore a costume, it was scary to do it, all by myself. This year I think it would be a good idea to wear V for Vendetta masks- or Bush/Cheney masks and pass out 9/11 materials for Nov 1st and World Peace Week- we should have a good supply, in time for the October 27th rally. Everyone can participate in Trick or Truth wherever you may be on Halloween...
At Lytton we will pass things out and also-

We ask the public three questions and write down their responses-

What do you think/feel about the events of September 11th and the U.S. government's response?

How could we defuse terrorism?"

How could we create a safer/better world for our children and all children?

Sponsored by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance All welcome. For more information call Carol Brouillet 650-857-0927.


#12) Last Man Out- William Rodriguez - 9/11 Hero World Tour, November 1, 2007, 7 pm, Grand Lake Theater, 3200 Grand Avenue, Oakland

William Rodriguez

A True Hero on 9/11
and ever since then...
With Special Guests- Peter Dale Scott, author of The Road to 9/11- Wealth, Empire, and the Future of America and Cindy Sheehan

Declared a hero for saving numerous lives at ground zero, William Rodriguez was a janitor on duty the morning of 9/11 who heard and felt explosions rock the basement sublevels of the North Tower before the jetliner struck the top floors. His testimony was omitted from the 9/11 Commission Report.

At great risk to his own life, William reentered the towers three times after the initial impacts and is believed to be the last person to exit the North Tower alive, surviving the building’s collapse by diving beneath a fire truck. After receiving medical attention at the WTC site for his injuries, he spent the rest of the day aiding in the rescue efforts as a volunteer, and at dawn the next day he was back to help rescue survivors.

In addition to being a spokesperson for the New York City first responders, William is also active in the movement for immigrant rights. He was a major force behind the campaign to encourage undocumented immigrant survivors and relatives of victims to come forward for help without fear of deportation. The group also raised funds for scholarships for children of immigrants killed or maimed in the attacks.

His firsthand account of his experiences that day challenges the official narrative, which claims that the towers' collapse had nothing to do with explosives. He has spoken throughout the world to share his story and to lobby for a genuine international inquiry into the events of 9/11--on behalf of those who died, the survivors, those whose health was compromised, and all who have suffered from bad policy decisions that were based on the official narrative of 9/11.

Meet a real hero. Hear his story. Followed by a reception for William and local heroes for 9/11 Truth,
Impeachment, Peace, and Justice. Now is the time for courage. Please join us!

A Benefit for the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance • sf911truth.org

Details posted at http://www.communitycurrency.org/nov1.html

#13) World Peace Week, War on War Week, November 5- November 11th (Guys Fawkes Day through Veterans Day) Unmask State Sponsored Terrorism
We declare World Peace Week from November 5th through November 11th to celebrate Guy Fawkes Day and Veterans Day. During this week, let’s awaken people to how governments use false flag terror to serve imperial agendas. November 5th is Guy Fawkes Day. Even now, few understand the original Gunpowder Plot: Guy Fawkes was framed in a bogus “Catholic terrorist plot” to blow up the King and the Parliament. The real plot was royally successful: to invent a pretext for war with Catholic Spain. This fraud, which rallied popular opinion for a war with Spain, was the foundation of the British empire.

Please see these websites for more information:

World Peace Week • http://www.waronfreedom.org/peaceweek.html
War on War Week • http://www.waronwar.us

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