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textRoe is overturned -- Protests Today, near you by Occupy the Court
This morning, the Supreme Court formally overturned Roe v. Wade. Protests, which had been scheduled for awhile all over the country for "Decision Day", will now be taking place later today....
Posted: Fri, Jun 24, 2022 9:43am PDT
textIs SSU Greek Life really LGBTQ? by Luis Ferreyra
Is SSU Greek Life really LGBTQ accepting for the Intersex and Non-binary/gender fluid and even Transgender folks?...
Posted: Sat, Apr 30, 2022 4:45pm PDT
textSaint Helena : Napa Valley Concerns by Cynthia Vargas
St. Helena is a city in Napa County, located in the Wine Country of California. St.Helena is a popular tourist destination that inevitably alters the livelihood of the rest of its population in order to maintain the standards of these tourists....
Posted: Mon, Apr 25, 2022 3:43pm PDT
imageCoastal California Sunflower Is Latest Endangered Species Act Success
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by Center for Biological Diversity
EUREKA, Calif., March 30, 2022 — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today changed the Endangered Species Act status of beach layia, a small sunflower that grows only in California’s coastal dunes, reclassifying it from endangered to threatened. The change is due to reduced impacts from offroad vehicles, grazing, and development throughout much of the species’ range....
Posted: Thu, Mar 31, 2022 1:45pm PDT
image"From Selma To Sausalito" Journalist Jeremy Portje Press Conference In Sausalito
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by Labor Video Project
A press conference was held to announce the filing of a lawsuit against the Sausalito police for the attack and arrest of independent journalist Jeremy Portje. Homeless and people living in boats also talked about the continuing violent assaults on them by the Sausalito police. They charged that the police have flagrantly violated First Amendment and basic human rights by the physical and abuse that journalists have faced....
Posted: Tue, Feb 22, 2022 9:40am PST
imageChallenging Colonialism s01e03: Weapons of Mass Destruction (p.II)
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by Martin Rizzo-Martinez & Daniel Stonebloom
Part II: A History of Resistance Part two of a four-part episode outlines dams as a colonial project, and centers Indigenous science in the historical and ongoing indigenous resistance to eco-genocide....
Posted: Mon, Feb 7, 2022 7:11am PST
imageJournalists Under Attack,The CA Shield Act & The Cases Of Brian Carmody & Jeremy Portje
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by Labor Video Project
David Snyder, the executive director of the First Amendment Coalition talks about the cases of independent journalists Bryan Carmody and Jeremy Portje who have both been illegally assaulted by police and had their equipment seized despite the California Shield Act which is supposed to protect them. He also discusses the judges who have issued warrants to take this action....
Posted: Sun, Jan 16, 2022 9:04pm PST
imageGood News for Salmon Leaving Coastal Streams Entering the Ocean
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by Todd
According to a story in NW News Network the NOAA Fisheries are reporting some of the best conditions for young salmon leaving coastal rivers and streams and entering the Pacific Ocean. That’s because of a strong upwelling bringing nutrients up from the deeper parts of the Ocean and making nutrients available for the organisms young salmon eat....
Posted: Tue, Jan 11, 2022 8:47am PST
imageSalmon Reach Old Spawning Grounds In Heavy Rains For First Time In Years
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by Todd Steiner
The heavy rains of December and January have brought endangered coho salmon up into the small tributaries of the San Geronimo Valley for the first time in years, as did the early rains of October, which brought Chinook salmon in Woodacre Creek for the first time ever documented....
Posted: Sat, Jan 8, 2022 1:09pm PST
imagePt. Reyes Station Protests January 6 Insurrection
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by Pat kunstenaar
Small town has big turnout...
Posted: Fri, Jan 7, 2022 4:22pm PST
imageTurtle Island Restoration Network Salmon Tours Featured on San Francisco Chronicle Page 1
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by Todd Steiner
On January 4th 2022, the San Francisco Chronicle published a Page 1 story on Turtle Island Restoration Network’s (TIRN/SPAWN) Salmon Tours in Marin County, titled, “A good year’ to see coho salmon make their annual return to Marin creek’s." when Chronicle reporter Tara Duggan joined a TIRN/SPAWN public tour in Samuel P. Taylor State Park....
Posted: Thu, Jan 6, 2022 4:30pm PST
imageSPAWN Announces New Residential Internship Opportunities in Marin County, CA Redwoods
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by Todd Steiner
Marin County-- SPAWN announces new residential internship opportunities for recent college graduates to gain training and opportunities in habitat restoration, salmon biological monitoring, native plant propagation, and effective environmental advocacy....
Posted: Tue, Jan 4, 2022 8:17am PST
imageWorkWeek:Homeless/Journalist Attacked, South Africa Clover Strike & UAW Columbia Grads
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by WorkWeek
WorkWeek covers the attack on Sausalito Homeless & Journalist Jeremy Porje, Next we cover the South African GIWUSA Clover Workers Strike & UAW Columbia Graduate Students Strike. We also program the SF Mime Troupe's "Red Carol"...
Posted: Sat, Jan 1, 2022 1:02pm PST
imageSausalito Homeless Protest Police Attacks & Arrest Of Journalist Jeremy Portje
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by Labor Video Project
Homeless are under attack in Sausalito as well as an independent journalist Jeremy Portje. California Homeless Union counsel Anthony Price is interviewed about these struggles....
Posted: Fri, Dec 24, 2021 12:40pm PST
imageProtest in Sausalito Against Police Brutality
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by Leon Kunstenaar
Advocates of Sausalito's unhoused and anchor-outs demand removal of Sgt. Thomas Georges...
Posted: Sun, Dec 12, 2021 11:28am PST
textCalifornia Delays Some Dungeness Crab Fishing to Protect Whales by Center for Biological Diversity
Announcement Comes After Humpback Entanglement in Crab Gear...
Posted: Tue, Nov 2, 2021 11:02am PDT
imageWitches Gather at Mission San Rafael for Indigenous Activists
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by Supenca Abundia
A group of Witches gathered at Mission San Rafael during Sunday mass in support of the Indigenous Peoples Day 5 protestors who will return to court this week....
Posted: Sun, Oct 10, 2021 7:55pm PDT
imageVallejo Joins Nation With Its Own Women's March
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by Leon kunstenaar
From City Hall, through farmers market and waterfront...
Posted: Sat, Oct 2, 2021 10:53pm PDT
imagePoint Reyes Women’s Protest
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by Pat kunstenaar
Over 50 gathered in small West Marin town...
Posted: Sat, Oct 2, 2021 9:41pm PDT
imageTime and Again: An exhibition centering on Rigo 23’s statue of Native activist Leonard Peltier
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by Dan Bacher
This exhibit centers on "Leonard Peltier - Waiting," a mixed media 12 X 6 X 9 foot statue that is based on a painted self-portrait that Peltier painted from prison. The statue has been exhibited in four other venues, in Washington, DC; Los Angeles and San Francisco, according to Rigo 23....
Posted: Fri, Sep 24, 2021 2:16pm PDT