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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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Announcement :: Gender & Sexuality

Pee In Peace!


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Commentary :: Peace & War

US Military, President Out of Control

"Individuals have international duties which transcend the national obligations of obedience…therefore have the duty to VIOLATE domestic laws to prevent crimes against peace and humanity from occurring." [Emphasis added.]

- Nuremberg Tribunal, 1950

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Commentary :: Globalization & Capitalism

GW the Lamb of Mammon

Got this idea while thinking about the ambush the CIA is playing on the neocons.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Civil & Human Rights

World AIDS Day Vigil & Reception (12/1)


December 1st is World AIDS Day. The Santa Cruz AIDS Project, in remembrance of those who have lost their lives to AIDS and those who live bravely with the disease every day, is hosting a Candlelight Vigil at the Jamba Juice Plaza in downtown Santa Cruz at 7pm.

On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Santa Cruz AIDS Project, you are cordially invited to attend the reception promptly following the Vigil. Hosted by SCAP Board Member Rob Watson, there will be light refreshments and a brief presentation on SCAP's current successes and goals. Please join us at Café Limelight, 1016 Cedar Street in downtown Santa Cruz. The reception is from 7:45 - 9:30.

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Review :: Civil & Human Rights

"The Destruction of the World Trade Center: Why the Official Account Cannot Be True"

On October 15th and 16th, 2005, in the Anthology Film Archives and St. Mark's Church in New York City, theologian David Ray Griffin delivered this address. Griffin's presentation focuses on one of the most powerful indictments of the official story - the collapse of the World Trade Center Towers and WTC Building 7. In this speech, Griffin cites many aspects of the collapses which are consistent with demolition, including unique characteristics of the collapses, excerpts from the recently released firemen's tapes, and some of the many contradictions in the official version of events.

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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Minuteman Exposed By Their Own

By Raoul Lowery Contreras
November 27, 2005

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LOCAL Commentary :: Alternative Media

Indymedia News vs. Neighbor's Account

Because of the explicitly democratic nature of Indymedia, my sociology professor wished to know the differences between Indymedia and a neighbor yelling about what he did that day from across the street. Since anyone has access to publishing on the Indymedia site, and everyone has their own concept of what is "newsworthy", one might think that these two modes of information profileration are very similiar. I intend to show how Indymedia is a equal or greater news souce than one's ranting neighbor.

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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Picket To Keep KPFA From Firing Bill Mandel

Bill Mandel
had to face two U.S. Senate and one House of Representatives witch-hunt
committees (as shown in 'Good Night and Good Luck,'), Bill can compare
McCarthyism and the Patriot Act like very few people, as he can Iraq,
Vietnam, and Korea. His knowledge and experience, gained from struggle and
study, is a must for our free speech radio.

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Commentary :: Arts & Culture

Rosario se fundo en Arroyo Seco

Octubre de 1925: los festejos del supuesto bicentenario de la ciudad. Una eficaz operación de construcción de legitimidad de la burguesía rosarina.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Civil & Human Rights : Education & Youth : Peace & War

DE-Nuke the UC! Wednesday, Nov. 30th

(Please forward this e-mail widely)

THIS WEDNESDAY, November 30th -
DE-Nuke UC Day of Action

Join students from 12 - 2 PM in the Quarry Plaza to speak-out against UC's continued
involvement in the nuclear weapons business! STUDENTS ARE GATHERING ACROSS THE

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