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{San Rafael}North Ca. 9/11 Truth Alliance @ The Bioneers Con. To 12am[19th-21st]

Date:
Saturday, October 20, 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


Register for the Conference

SATURDAY | OCTOBER 20 | 2007

Opening remarks from Kenny Ausubel, founder and co-producer of Bioneers.

SATURDAY PLENARIES

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

PAUL ANASTAS
Green Chemistry: From Here to Sustainability
The "father of green chemistry" explains that moving toward a sustainable civilization depends on major changes taking place in the nature of our products, processes and systems. Green chemistry seeks to transform many of the materials that are the basis of our society — from clothes to housing, communications, agriculture and energy — to ensure they are as benign as possible to the planet and all its inhabitants.

MAJORA CARTER
Green the Ghetto
A leading figure in the environmental justice movement and founder of the groundbreaking organization, Sustainable South Bronx, offers her vision of what we must do to green our inner cities so that we can reclaim our birthright — healthy communities with clean air and water, and access to open spaces.

EVON PETER
An Indigenous Perspective on How to Survive the Next Hundred Years
The chairman of Native Movement and former chief of the Neetsaii Gwich'in from Arctic Village in northeastern Alaska dives into traditional knowledge, spiritual understanding and common sense as tools for helping to heal and transform humanity.

EVE ENSLER
V to the 10th
Award-winning playwright and worldrenowned women's rights activist tracks the extraordinary global trajectory of the "V-Day" movement over the last decade and shares her visions for the next ten years — helping women all over the world obtain peace, power and pleasure.

EDWARD TICK
Return of the Ghost Dancers: Modern War's Devastation...and Healing
The psychotherapist who has been working with survivors of war, violence and trauma for over 30 years, surveys the true extent and costs of modern technological warfare, its resulting spiritual and ecological crises, and the possibility of healing individuals, nations and the planet through spiritual, cultural and community transformations.

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

The Biomimicry Revolution: Imitating How Nature Does It
Highly efficient, benign, non-toxic technologies that mimic how nature operates are emerging to transform our economy and our lives. Moderated by Kasey Arnold-Ince, communications director of PAX Scientific; with Paul Anastas, renowned founder of green chemistry; inventor Jay Harman, founder of PAX Scientific; and Mark Dorfman of the Biomimicry Guild. (A11)

Saving People and Place: Collaborative Conservation Strategies
Unprecedented cross-cultural coalitions are forming to conserve large-scale ecosystems while honoring the place of people on the land. Hosted by anthropologist/ecologist Peter Warshall; with Janis Alcorn, working with the Garfield Foundation on saving biodiversity with indigenous and campesino communities in the Gran Chaco of Bolivia, Argentina and Paraguay; Guujaaw, political leader, activist, and teacher, who has worked with the council of the Haida Nation to secure the protection of traditional Haida lands; and Hawk Rosales, working to preserve the Sinkyone Wilderness. (A12)

Food, Labor, and Justice: Fair Wage Farming
One reason food in our society is relatively cheap by historical standards is the largescale exploitation of farm workers. How are farm workers organizing to win landmark victories, and what can we do to support their struggles? Hosted by the director of Bioneers' food and farming program, Arty Mangan; with Lucas Benitez of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers and Melody Gonzalez of the Student/Farmworker Alliance. (A13)

Wounds to Warriors: Healing the Trauma of Social Violence and War
Making peace requires healing the soul traumas of gender violence and war, as well as pursuing a never-ending quest for justice. Hosted by Akaya Windwood, director of leadership development at the Rockwood Leadership Program; with Marlowe Sam, Native American peacemaker; Aqeela Sherrills, peacemaker from South Central L.A.; women's rights defender Eve Ensler; and psychotherapist and veterans mental health expert Edward Tick. (A14)

Creating Health, Jobs and Justice
How can people mobilize to ensure that low-income areas and communities of color are no longer systematically underserved and used as dumping grounds? With: Sustainable South Bronx founder Majora Carter; Martha Arguello of Physicians for Social Responsibility, one of California's leading environmental justice activists; and Robina Suwol of California Safe Schools Coalition, which has led the way in initiating reform on pesticide use in schools internationally. (A15)

Parkinson's, Asthma, Infertility, Learning Disabilities and Autism: What's the Environment Got to Do with It?
Can the dramatic increase in the incidence of certain diseases be associated with a toxic, damaged environment? What are we learning and how can we intervene most effectively? Moderated by Eleni Sotos, program director of the Collaborative on Health & the Environment (CHE); with Elise Miller, founder and executive director of the Institute for Children's Environmental Health; Jackie Hunt Christensen, co-chair of CHE's Working Group on Parkinson's Disease and the Environment; Christine Cordero, community health program coordinator for the Center for Environmental Health, and Julia Varshavsky, program associate & coordinator of the CHE Fertility and Early Pregnancy Compromise Working Group. (A16)

Mainstreaming Hope through Popular Media
How are savvy progressive media professionals successfully using broad-based, popular media as vehicles to change our culture's story? With Leila Conners-Petersen and Nadia Conners, Tree Media Group's producer/director sister team of Leonardo DiCaprio's The 11th Hour; and Paul Lussier, producer/director of the Discovery Channel's forthcoming environmental dramatic series, FINAL HOUR. Moderated by KPFK's Free Forum host Terrence McNally.
(A17)

Cycles of Continuous Creation: 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
The grandmothers are both women of prayer and women of action. Their traditional ways link them with the forces of the Earth. Hear the Grandmothers speak on the prophesies that have guided them, the council they have formed, and their mission for healing the Earth. Moderated by Cynthia Jurs, Buddhist practitioner and teacher.
(A18)

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.
(A19)

Moving in the Movement: Using Dance & Theater for Social Change
Instructors from the Oakland violence prevention/arts education organization, Destiny Arts Center, and members of the Destiny Arts Youth Performance Company will use theater games and movement exercises to guide participants towards creating their own dance/theater pieces based on personal, social and political issues identified by the group. Come prepared to move your body, write your truth and speak from your heart. (Y3)

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

Women Re-Imagining the World
As more women step toward leadership and the 'feminine' is increasingly ascendant in us all, how are our dreams, intuitions and perceptions shaping our collective vision of how to move toward a world of restored relations? How are we co-creating an inclusive framework that invites everyone to participate in birthing the world anew? Hosted by Akaya Windwood of the Rockwood Leadership Program; with one of the finest writers of our time, Alice Walker; Jungian psychiatrist and bestselling author Jean Shinoda Bolen; activist, author and teacher Joanna Macy; executive director of Oakland's acclaimed Destiny Arts Center, Sarah Crowell; and Bioneers' co-producer Nina Simons. (B9)

From Bangalore to the Bay Area: Mapping Knowledge and Power for the Sustainable City and Countryside of the Future
With two billion more urban dwellers expected within the next generation, we explore new digital tools for understanding and righting the relationship between the city and the country that is at the heart of the global quest for sustainability. Hosted by Jon Christensen, research fellow at the Center for Environmental Science and Policy at Stanford; with Deborah Schoenbaum, deputy director at the Marin Conservation Corps; Rebecca Moore of Google Earth; Tim Foresman, president of the International Center for Remote Sensing Education; and Margaret O'Mara, author of Cities of Knowledge. (B10)

Art and Social Change
Arts can impact us at every octave of our being, igniting movements and revolutions. What are some innovative strategies for effectively using arts as a vehicle to catalyze change? With: muralist and public art pioneer Judy Baca; Anthony Arnove, currently organizing dramatic readings of selections from Howard Zinn's The People's History of the United States; and New Orleans' community arts heroine Carol Bebelle. Moderated by Terrence McNally, host of KPFK's Free Forum. (B11)

Education for a Sustainable World
Can we change our educational ecosystem, from kindergarten to grad school, so it can play a major role in healing our world? What can teachers, students, parents and citizens do, despite such horrors as "No Child Left Behind," to further ecological literacy, self-respect and critical thinking and to help break cycles of poverty and disenfranchisement? Hosted by Michael K. Stone of the Center for Ecoliteracy, co-editor of Ecological Literacy; with sustainability curriculum pathfinder Jaimie Cloud; renowned Native American educator and author Greg Cajete; and longtime San Francisco teacher, principal and bilingual education innovator Adelina Aramburo. (B12)

A Conversation at the Crossroads: Race, Power and Restorative Justice
What are the conscious and unconscious attitudes toward race that keep us bound to old paradigms? Is the healing of the planet possible without restoring the vitality of the human spirit? Do we need a "Truth and Restorative Justice Commission" in the U.S? Come explore these crucial, fundamental questions with host Aqeela Sherrills, renowned Watts peacemaker; healer and human development expert Orland Bishop; environmentalist/youth activist Ocean Robbins; Zen priest and social activist angel Kyodo williams; and attorney and community activist Salomon Zavala. (B13)

Original Instructions: Perspectives from First Peoples
The voices and visions of North America's First Peoples can remind us of the "original instructions" for how to live sustainably on this land for the long haul. Hosted by the executive director of the Cultural Conservancy and professor of American Indian Studies, Melissa Nelson; with program director of Honor the Earth, Winona LaDuke from the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota; Evon Peter, on the executive board of the Alaska Inter-Tribal Council; Dune Lankard, Athabaskan Eyak activist, social entrepreneur and founder of the Eyak Preservation Council; and Clayton Thomas- Müller, chair of the IEN's Native Energy Campaign Advisory Committee. (B14)

Social and Environmental Justice through Donor Activism
A Special Presentation of the Tides Foundation and the Women Donors Network. New types of relationships among philanthropy, activism and systemic change are emerging among donors who have harnessed their financial resources, connections and skills in their quest to contribute to the progressive movement in strategic ways, and activists who work with donors as full partners on every aspect of this evolving working model. With: Connie and Jonathan Cagampang Heller and Maya Wiley of the Center for Social Inclusion and Wendy Wolf and Kathy Bonk of the Communications Consortium Media Center. Facilitated by Donna Hall, Women Donors Network and Berit Ashla, Tides.
(B15)

Elections as Metaphors: Broad Organizing Opportunities and Stories of Culture
Many in the U.S. understand social change through the lens of elections and electoral organizing. And, like clockwork, pervasive race and class-based inequities rise to the surface each election. This workshop will explore opportunities for young people to claim power and build community by using electoral politics as a hook to engage people to reclaim the governance process and shed light on broader issues of social change. Join Ilyse Hogue, campaign director for MoveOn.org; James Rucker, executive director of Color of Change; Leda Dederich from dotOrganize and Arianna Huffington for Governor Campaign '04; and Adrienne Maree Brown, executive director of The Ruckus Society. (Y4)


Grandmothers Council (B15)

SATURDAY EVENING
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Seed Exchange
Bring seeds to exchange genetic materials with neighbors, allies and master collectors. Hosted by legendary seed-masters Doug Gosling, Gabriel Howearth and Emigdio Ballon. (C1)

Farmers and Chefs Reception
Enjoy local cuisine and meet the farmers and chefs. Reception followed by a dinner honoring Farms Not Arms, a group of activist farmers protesting the Iraq war and providing farming jobs for war veterans. Hosted by the Marin Farmers Market Association. (C2)

7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Bioneers Moving Image Festival
Discover the films and filmmakers who are making a better world.

Turning Prayer Into Action: This powerful made-for-television movie combines highlights from last year’s Bioneers Conference with the wisdom of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers gathered in Dharamsala, India. The two groups were linked in three live “spacebridges” for dialogues across time, space, and cultures to move us all to heal ourselves, heal our relationships, and heal the Earth.

8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Caroline Casey Presents: The Coyote Network News of Now: Animating the Desirable Story (attracts the molecules of its manifestation)
Critique without vision is complicitous with dominance, but if we can compost tyranny into rich nutrient for growing a culture of reverent ingenuity, then we have a nearly inexhaustible source of renewable energy.
(C3)

8:00 pm – midnight

Drumming and Dance Party
Hosted by Bioneers Youth. Drum circle followed by performances and dancing.

#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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