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LOCAL News :: Labor & Economics

92% of UC Service Workers Vote to Strike

Low-Wage Workers Say 'Disrespect' and 'Bad-Faith Bargaining' Are Key
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Police State

Bad Cop no Donut FRSC audio announcement

Audio announcment for Bad Cop No Donut
that airs on FRSC 101fm thurs 1pm
a weekly wrap-up of North American police brutality, misconduct and corruption. produced by Ron Anicich at CKLN 88.1FM in Toronto. Each week the program reviews stories reported by the mainstream North American media. The program also includes original interviews and reports from community based media.
 

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Announcement :: Health & Drugs : Resistance & Tactics

Wilderness First Responder for Activists

Announcing a 14-day Wilderness First Responder course for environmental and social justice activists June 19-July 2 in Montana
 

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Rachel Corrie

The Killing of Rachel Corrie
Amnesty International Press Release
Wed. 16 March 2005
 

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News :: Resistance & Tactics

Nader -- Restarting the Anti-War Movement

author: RALPH NADER
Political movements require momentum, they need to consistently build and aggregate. When they take a lengthy break from organizing and stop the momentum it is difficult to re-start.
 

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LOCAL News :: Alternative Media : Civil & Human Rights : Education & Youth

SCAP Prevention Services Still Rolling Quietly Along

Education and Prevention Services at the Santa Cruz AIDS Project (SCAP) are still rolling along, steadily picking up momentum—and they want to make sure that you know it, too. The agency has experienced some dramatic changes over the past 3 months which have been played out in some areas of the local media. The result has been a misconception among some that the 20 year old agency is offering no education or prevention services.

Recent headlines have focused on the January dismissal of the majority of Education and Prevention staff at SCAP. Behind the headlines, a new basic structure for Education and Prevention has been developed and is diligently working towards dispelling the myth that SCAP’s prevention work has ceased.
 

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LOCAL News :: Government & Elections

Asking Mayor Rotkin to Follow the State Open Meetings Law

On March 16, I filed a Brown Act demand with Santa Cruz Mayor Mike Rotkin asking him to rehear three agenda items and rectify his Oral Communications and public comment procedures.
 

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News :: Civil & Human Rights : Environment & Food : Globalization & Capitalism

Biscuit Update - Written from the Josephine County Jail

The people's movement to halt the largest logging project in modern history continues to build momentum after a dramatic week of actions and arrests. The Green Bridge over the Wild and Scenic Illinois River is the site of a growing campaign of nonviolent civil disobedience opposing Bush administration attempts to roll back decades of hard fought environmental protections. The story is receiving major national and even international press - with ongoing coverage in print, television and radio networks.
 

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Interviews with Cindy Corrie and Joe Carr About the Life and Death of Rachel Corrie and Palestinian Solidarity

Rachel Corrie, a volunteer with the International Solidarity Movement (ISM), was killed by a D-9 Caterpillar bulldozer driven by Israeli soldiers on March 16th, 2003 while non-violently attempting to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian family's home in the refugee camp of Rafah, Occupied Gaza. There has never been an independent investigation into her killing.

On March 13, 2005, George Cadman, host of Peace Talks on Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1fm interviewed Joe Carr, an eyewitness to Rachel Corrie's killing. Joe spoke about what he saw on the day that Rachel was run over by an Israeli bulldozer. He also talks about what kind of person Rachel was, what motivated her to do the work she had done and how he and others are continuing her work. He also answers criticisms of the International Solidarity Movement, the movement that both he and Rachel were a part of. (31:29 / 21.6 MB)
Audio: Listen to the Stream or Download the mp3

After speaking with Joe Carr, George Cadman interviewed Cindy Corrie about her daughter Rachel Corrie. Cindy talks about what kind of person Rachel was, why she did the work that she did, how Rachel's killing has affected her family and how they are continuing her work. Cindy also reads a few short clips of Rachel's writings and talks about their efforts to get an independent investigation into Rachel's killing. (57:44 / 52.9 MB)
Audio: Listen to the Stream or Download the mp3

See Also: The Courage of Rachel Corrie | Family of American Woman Killed by Military Bulldozer Files Suit Against Catepillar, Inc | Santa Cruz's Recent Visitor Amy Goodman Spotlights Lawsuit | Maia Ramnath speaks about her recent travels to the West Bank with the ISM
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Education & Youth

Save the Salinas Public Libraries

ALL of Salinas's public libraries are scheduled to SHUT DOWN for lack of funds. Join an Historic 24-Hour Emergency Read-In to save them!
 

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