|"Broken Rainbow" film screening - Support Big Mountain/Black Mesa Resistance|
|Date||Friday November 12|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:30 PM|
|Import this event into your personal calendar.|
|Resource Center for Nonviolence - 515 Broadway, Santa Cruz|
|Organizer/Author||Black Mesa Support, Santa Cruz|
Black Mesa Indigenous Support volunteers will be present to answer questions following the film. There will also be a brief slideshow depicting on-land support activities at Black Mesa.
Admission: $5 suggested donation. This is a benefit event for Black Mesa families resisting relocation. Snacks and drinks will be available.
This benefit is part of the 2010 Fall Caravan of Support
Donated supplies will be driven from Santa Cruz to Black Mesa and distributed to families directly.
This is a partial list. For a longer, more detailed list of needs, please contact us or look online at http://blackmesais.org/
- Axes and mauls.
- Axe and Maul HANDLES. Wood is preferable over fiberglass.
- Building materials: Lumber, fencing, roofing materials, tar paper, nails, screws, boxes of screws, nails, & chalking, levels, rolls of barbed wire, fence posts, leather gloves, etc.
- Chainsaw files and bar/chain oil.
- Tools of all kinds: Shovels, hoes, rakes, hammers, hand saws, hand shears, picks, mattocks, wire cutters, drills, posthole diggers, and extra tool handles.
- Vehicles to donate to families. Vehicles that are able to drive on rough terrain. Trucks are the best but not necessary.
- Vehicles to use during the week of the caravan.
- Portable generators.
- Work gloves.
- Portable stove / propane tanks, large pots to use during the caravan.
- Recording equipment (audio or video) for documenting government harassment.
- Food. Non-perishables. Oats, beans, flour. Organic fruits and veggies.
- Organic coffee and tea.
- Solar panels, solar parts (batteries), wind turbines.
- Medicinal herbs. (Teas, dried herbs, fresh extracts, liniments, and salves for stress, colds & flus, digestion, arthritis, diabetes, altitude sickness, back-aches.)
- Food for dogs, cats, and livestock.
- Blankets. Warm, nice clothing.
- Gas money.
- Laptop computers.
- Educational books for both youth and adults.