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What are the Palestinian refugee camps really like?

UNRWA's close identification to the local population and its ideology makes one conclude that indirectly, UNRWA is actually supporting terrorism.

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Repressing the First Ammendment on Pacific Ave.

Repression of the First Ammendment is rising on Pacific Ave. On Monday June 30th, two Downtown-For-All activists were ticketed for playing a video on the street in front of the Pacific Trading Company. A third man got a ticket for "sitting on" the recently adjusted Walnut St. planter. On Sunday July 6th, two men were arrested while distributing literature on Pacific Avenue. Both had their literature tables, signs, and literature confiscated by the police and taken in as evidence of their supposed crime.

While being filmed by fellow activists, both Steve Argue and Matt Hartogh refused to move their political table and refused to sign a ticket when asked to do so. Steve Argue instead cited the right to free speech under the First Amendment to the Constitution and pointed out that the Santa Cruz City Council and the arresting officers were the ones who were actually in violation of the law.

[ Police Shut Down Video Screening I Political Tablers Arrested I Resisting the "Move Along" ]

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LOCAL News :: Resistance & Tactics

Busting Political Tables on Pacific Avenue--Again

A sunny Sunday had half a dozen SCPD officers hauling away political tables and activists at the behest of the Pacific Trading Company.

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LOCAL News :: Civil & Human Rights

Santa Cruz Police Violate Free Speech With Two More Arrests!

Steve Argue and Matt Hartogh were arrested on Sunday July 6th for distributing literature on Pacific Avenue.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Resistance & Tactics

Art & Revolution Meeting - Monday Night

Art & Revolution Street Theatre Collective; monthly meeting
Monday, July 7th at the RCNV: 515 Broadway (and Ocean St, in SC)
7 pm social time, 7:30 meeting [ past actions/future plans].

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News :: Gender & Sexuality

Araujo's Accused Murderer Seeks Bond, Transgender Group Says No

The National Transgender Advocacy Coalition (NTAC) issued a statement requesting that the judge continue to deny bail for murder suspect Michael Magidson. Meanwhile, Magidson's attorney is continuing forward to petition for reversal of a judge's order revoking his client's bail. Trial dates are scheduled to be set July 8.

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Announcement :: Civil & Human Rights : Health & Drugs


Take Back Your Time Day - October 24 - exactly 9 weeks before New Year, 9 weeks being the average extra amount of time Americans work each year compared to Europeans. 70 years since the bill for a 30 hour week was introduced in Congress.

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LOCAL Review :: Education & Youth : Resistance & Tactics

A Bittersweet Evening With the IBDAA Palestinian Dancers

A bittersweet feeling filled the civic auditorium last night as the Palestinian IBDAA Folkloric Dancers took the floor.

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News :: Environment & Food


One of the most beloved figures in popular music and culture has endorsed the populist presidential candidate, Dennis Kucinich.

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LOCAL News :: Resistance & Tactics

Police Shut Down Video Near Pacific Trading Company

On Monday June 30th, Sgt. Baker and his faithful deputy Officer Pawlak ticketed two Downtown-For-All activists for playing a video on the street in front of the Pacific Trading Company. A third man got a ticket for "sitting on" the recently-moved Walnut St. planter.

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