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Working to Make "Change" Good - Thurs, Feb 19th at Humanist Hall
Don Paul has written more than 20 books, including four novels and four books of poems, and since 1988 has led or produced more than 20 albums and was the youngest winner of a Wallace Stegner Fellowship in Creative Writing at Stanford University at age 20 in 1971. He held the World Best for running 50 kilometers between 1982 and 1994 and qualified for the 1980 and 1988 U.S. Men's Olympic Marathon Trial. In the year 2000 he co-founded Housing Is a Human Right to work particularly with low-income residents of San Francisco's Bay View Hunter's Point district. Since January 2006 he's lived in New Orleans and worked with the organizations Common Ground Relief and Rebuild Green (http://www.rebuildgreen.org).
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Working to Make "Change" Good
Uniting and Winning in 2009
Thursday, February 19 at 7:00 pm
390 27th Street
uptown Oakland, between Telegraph and Broadway
$2-20 suggested donation--no one turned away
New Book -- "THE WORLD IS TURNING"
by DON PAUL
Don Paul is now on tour reading from his new book. This is a new book with a new idea. It is a compilation of earlier writings of Don Paul and adds his new writings up until late 2008. Its subtitle is: "9/11, the movement for justice and reclaiming America for the world." Don Paul will show how the 9/11 attack of 2001 connects to the Wall Street bailout of 2008. He presents concrete solutions to major injustices of our time and he brings practical ideas for a sustainable future.
* YURI KOCHIYAMA
* SEAN SCOTT
* JOE WANZALA
* TRACY ROSENBERG
* DAVID ROACH
on Communities that Support and Sustain
Themselves and Each Other
Despite the 'New World Order'
Art-work by Mac McGill
SPONSORS: KPOO radio, MARCUS BOOKS, KPFA's FLASHPOINTS and FIRST VOICE programs, S.F. BAY VIEW newspaper
A Benefit for Yuri Kochiyama's Work
Wheelchair accessible from around the corner at 411 28th Street