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The requested content was deleted with notes: An article carried on your web page and dated Dec 17 is a hoax. Apparently an article published elsewhere -- and based on events that occurred at Dartmouth -- has been doctored and my name substituted for that of a professor there. Please remove the offending, dishonest piece immediately and post an explanation. Thank you. Bruce Levine Professor of History Stevenson College Academic Center University of California, Santa Cruz


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LOCAL Announcement :: Alternative Media

Fault Lines Issue 5 Hits the Streets of Santa Cruz

400 copies of Fault Lines, the Newspaper of the SF Bay Area Independent Media Center, have been delivered to Santa Cruz. More than 125 copies have been distributed at various locations in downtown Santa Cruz, and many more will go out in the coming days.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Civil & Human Rights

Brune/Norse Homeless Civil Rights Events Upcoming

Oral Communications 7 PM Tuesday October 26 City Hall; Take a Look at the Rogues Gallery of Incumbents Before the November 2nd Election; Join a Protest there.

Plastic Bag Distribution for Homeless Use Wednesday or Thursday To Be Announced

UCSC Kreske Town Hall Candidate Forum 8 PM Thursday October 28 Norse and Brune urge you to Dump the Incumbents

Plus some tips from HUFF writer Becky Johnson on how to use ordinary plastic garbage bags in town that has no shelter for 95% of its homeless and lots of idle cops.

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News :: [none]

SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

Santa Cruz Radio Access Movement (SCRAM) is acting autonomously and in support of Free Radio Santa Cruz (FRSC).

SCRAM was created to liberate the airwaves for the people of Santa Cruz. Our first action has been the liberation of 101.1 FM for Santa Cruz and neighboring communities. SCRAM is broadcasting Free Radio Santa Cruz's web stream 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

SCRAM encourages other people to take action! Free the airwaves by broadcasting alternative media sources such as Free Radio Santa Cruz. If you can't hear SCRAM where you live, then start a Radio Access Movement in your community.


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News :: Alternative Media : Government & Elections

Give Bush Some Brains

He sure needs 'em. You need flash to help.

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Commentary :: Government & Elections

Seventy-Three Percent of Americans Agree: Cheney Related to Devil or Something Else Really Icky

Q.: What's more scary than the prospect of Bush in the White House for four more years?
A.: Having Dick Cheney, the puppet monster, right behind him.

For more details about why the most frightening being in American political history insists on hanging around and giving us the willies, read on. (But you might want to check under your bed first.)

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Commentary :: Alternative Media

Bush all night

Jacksonville Oregon - Riot clad and ready, the police allowed President Bush to dine in the middle of his own personal crisis... Use of police violence shown.

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News :: Civil & Human Rights

"Let Me Leave and Be Free", pleads Israeli Whistleblower Vanunu

Since April 21 2004 Mordechai Vanunu has been pleading for his freedom to leave Israel along with telling the Israeli government , and anyone else who will listen: 1. He told the truth about nuclear weapons 2. He has no more secrets to tell.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Alternative Media : Arts & Culture : Resistance & Tactics

Practical Activism: Tools for Local and Global Change at UCSC Oct. 30

Come to a day long conference at UCSC dedicated to exploring tools for local and global change. The day includes workshops, speakers, tabling by community and campus organizations, food, student art, and spoken word performances.

Registration begins at 10 AM, workshops are held from 11:45 to 3:00, and tabling continues until 5:00. Everyone is welcome and the entire day is free.

[ Practical Activism 2004 ]

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LOCAL Announcement :: Labor & Economics

Demonstration for Worker Justice Nov. 10

On Wednesday, November 10th at 12 pm, representatives of AFSCME, the union that represents low-wage service workers at UC Santa Cruz will be bargaining for a fair contract in the Bay Tree Bookstore on the UCSC campus. Workers, students and community members will be demonstrating in the Quarry Plaza outside the bookstore in solidarity with the workers and their demand for a just contract.

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Commentary :: Government & Elections

Election Slideshow

Check out this catchy little ditty

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