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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Introducing the Movement for One Democratic Secular State

As the Israeli occupation continues to grow ever more entrenched, more and more people around the world are reaching the conclusion that the ethnic separatist "two-state solution" is no longer viable possibility. The level of physical integration between Palestinians and Israelis, both inside and outside the Green Line, as well as simple demographic realities has effectively negated any realistic separatist schemes aside from the current "ghettoization" policy being employed by the Israeli government, which is not sustainable.
 

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News :: Government & Elections

California, Take Back the Green Party!

"There's a little rebellion starting," [Peter] Camejo said this week. Camejo said in California, the bastion of Green registration, "it's a fact: The majority of the party wants to put Nader/Camejo on the ballot." (Carla Marinucci, "Nader's Ballot Hopes Hinge on State's Greens," San Francisco Chronicle, August 7, 2004). Camejo is telling the truth.
 

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News :: Poverty & Urban Development

Reclaim the Parks! Modesto CA Sat Aug 21st

Park Occupations, marches, film showings, workshops, and other activities will happen all day long in opposition to continued police harrassment of homeless, and lack of permanent shelter.
 

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LOCAL News :: Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

More Audio from the Weapons Inspection actions

Audio from the press conference and from the only successful inspection that took place: the rude security guards' restroom.
 

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News :: Resistance & Tactics

Don't Just Vote Take Action! Call for a Unified Direct Democracy and Direct Action Contigent for the RNC

This is a call for a unified direct action and direct democracy contigent at the RNC in order to give a radical voice to what otherwise could be a reformist event. Don't just vote, take action!
 

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Civilian Weapons Inspection at Lockheed-Martin in Bonny Doon

On Friday August 6, the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, the Santa Cruz Weapons Inspection Team attempted another inspection of Lockheed-Martin's large facility on Empire-Grade Road. A well-attended rally and press conference on the steps of the County building, where activists spoke about Lockheed-Martin's (L-M) local and global activities and the dangers of nuclear war, preceeded the inspection attempt.

Following the press conference more than 60 community members carpooled up Empire-Grade as far as the sherrif's deptarment would allow. The delegation walked up to the gates of L-M's facility and demanded to inspect the premises for WMDs.

The weapons inspectors were met at the locked gate by several L-M representatives, two of whom answered questions about the facility and its activities. On earlier visits, L-M officials had refused to even speak to the SC WIT; now they've engaged in conversation, if contrived, and PROMISED to continue negotiation and dialogue.

Santa Cruz Weapons Inspection Team

Peace Pilgrimage arrives at Hiroshima I Patriotic Correctness: the Hiroshima cover-up
 

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News :: Peace & War

WILL SUDAN BE THE NEXT IRAQ?

John Parker, who accompanied Ramsey Clark on the 1998 mission to Sudan, is the 2004 presidential candidate for Workers World Party.]
 

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Interview :: Alternative Media

The Inner Workings of Alternative Media: Part 3

I wanted to see what motivated people working in alternative media, as well as what they needed to help support their efforts, to ensure a healthy alternative to mainstream media for us all. In the last part of this 3-part article, (for parts 1 and 2, visit http://resist.ca/~kirstena/pagealtpress.html), I continue with interviews about alternative media with some of the folks that produce it. I interviewed Bradley Allen (Free Radio Santa Cruz and the Santa Cruz Independent Media Center (IMC)), Lance Scott (Co-founder of Eat the State! (ETS!)), Christa Donner (Ladyfriend and Free Advice Zines), an editor from a prisoner newsletter that goes out with prisoner book deliveries who wanted to remain anonymous, Chuck Munson (Coordinating webmaster for Infoshop.org and librarian), and via phone, Tim Walker (campaigns manager for Adbusters Magazine).
 

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Interview :: Alternative Media

The Inner Workings of Alternative Media: Part 2

I wanted to see what motivated people working in alternative media, as well as what they needed to help support their efforts, to ensure a healthy alternative to mainstream media for us all. In the second part of this continuing article, I continue with interviews about alternative media with some of the folks that produce it. I interviewed Bradley Allen (Free Radio Santa Cruz and the Santa Cruz Independent Media Center (IMC)), Lance Scott (Co-founder of Eat the State! (ETS!)), Christa Donner (Ladyfriend and Free Advice Zines), an editor from a prisoner newsletter that goes out with prisoner book deliveries who wanted to remain anonymous, Chuck Munson (Coordinating webmaster for Infoshop.org and librarian), and via phone, Tim Walker (campaigns manager for Adbusters Magazine).
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Transportation

Bus or Carpool to Lawrence Livermore Lab on Aug. 8

For the bus call 831-423-1626 x103
For carpools call 831-469-9101

Bus and carpools leave from Santa Cruz County Building at 11 a.m.

Bus tickets are $12 available at the Resource Center for Nonviolence 831-423-1626 x103
 

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