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LOCAL News :: Health & Drugs : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

Anti-War Demonstration Held in Santa Cruz on September 24

On September 24, about 100 people who are "sickened by the killing, torture, and spiraling human and financial costs of the illegal and immoral war in Iraq" held an anti-war demonstration in Santa Cruz. People rallied at the County Court House and marched to the Town Clock.

I got to the rally in time to hear some folk music, take some photos of the Raging Grannies, listen to a guy describe how voting machines don't work, listen to another guy descibe how 911 was an inside job, see Robert passing out flyers about a taser related death inside the Santa Cruz Jail, etc....

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Real Reports of Katrina Relief Special: One Hundred Thousand

Real Reports of Katrina Relief Special: One Hundred Thousand
2:00am September 25th. Algiers, Louisiana

One hundred thousand people. I read the news from Washington DC that one hundred thousand protestors are marching on the capital, sharing a flood of outrage on our faltering King George, who frankly, doesn't care if one hundred million demonstrated. I look at the pictures from the day and I see marches with multitudes of people, smiles and laughter, and creative props, costumes and actions. I'm sure the people who are participating feel empowered and alive.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Peace & War : Police State : Technology

Oct 1-8: Protest for Peace to be Held at Vandenberg Air Force Base

October 1st through 8th is International Keep Space for Peace Week. There will be a Protest for Peace at the Front Gate of Vandenberg Air Force Base on October 8th, 2005 from 1-3 pm. The protest will be in opposition to the deployment of “Star Wars? missle defense and the militarization of space. The front gate of Vandenberg Air Force Base is located at the Intersection of Hwy 1 and Casamila-Lompoc Rd. (six miles north of Lompoc on Highway 1 in Santa Barbara County, CA). Flyer

Vanguard Peace Legal Defense Fund | Pacific News Bulletin | Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space | Women's International League for Peace and Freedom | Western States Legal Foundation

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

Real Reports of Katrina Relief - September 24th - Rita Edition

naomi.jpgSaturday, September 24, 2005
Rita Update
Updated: Saturday September 24th
Location: Algiers

4:33pm Time to run...sorry for the short update but we have an emergency shipment going to the bayou. I'll add more later. By the way - did you notice I used the word "emergency"? If you are wondering whether you should come down, or send anything.... I think you may have your answer. Peace.

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LOCAL News :: Alternative Media : Civil & Human Rights : Resistance & Tactics

Audio, Photos and Written Reports from Houston and New Orleans

laundromat_9-15-05.jpgOn September 9th, Vinny and I arrived in Houston, Texas along with Blank from Portland, Oregon to provide aid in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The three of us headed to Houston to help with with independent media, including a low power fm radio station which was being organized for the Astrodome. Upon our arrival in Houston, we learned that the Astrodome emergency radio station was again being blocked from broadcasting information to survivors of Hurricane Katrina.

We went to the Astrodome and spoke with people who were willing to speak with us. We listened to their experiences in the past and at the Astrodome. Please visit the following links for audio, photos and written reports published by Vinny, Blank and I.

Audio: Criticism of Red Cross Relief Efforts at Astrodome || Katrina Survivor Recounts Experiences || Another Katrina Survivor Recounts Experiences || "One Day at a Time" || Katrina Survivors Organize for Better Conditions || Interview from 'Dome City' with Joseph Bijou of New Orleans || Activists Organize to Free Frances Newton

Photos: The Surreal Scene of Dome City || More Scenes from 'Dome City'

Words: The Houston Astrodome: Do You Know What Is Really Happening?

While in Houston, we were asked if we could go down to the Algiers neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana to help set up an emergency low power fm radio station. We were welcomed into the Algiers community by Malik Rahim and Common Ground, a community-run organization offering temporary assistance and mutual aid to the citizens of New Orleans and the surrounding areas.

Words: Algiers New Orleans: Where Common Ground Is Found

Photos: Creativity, Solidarity and Mutual Aid in Algiers, New Orleans || Community Support in Algiers, New Orleans || Common Ground Wellness Center in Algiers, New Orleans || Finding Common Ground in New Orleans

Audio: Interview with Noah, a volunteer medic || Algiers residents starting to return || Leenie Halbert interview || FSRN: Grassroots Groups Offer Assistance in Algiers

We returned to Houston on September 16th. Blank traveled back to Portland and Vinny and I stayed in Houston. We continued trying to find out what was happening with the people at the shelters; human souls that we are referring to as "Katrina survivors."

Audio: Struggles for Katrina Survivors at George R. Brown Convention Center || Interview from 'Dome City' with Josh from New Orleans || Houston Ends Katrina Shelter Operations || Struggling for a Home After Hurricane Katrina

Photos: No Compassion at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston || Scenes from the Reliant Arena || Exit Only at the George R. Brown in Houston || Struggling for a Home After Hurricane Katrina

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News :: Peace & War

100's of soldiers' corpses brought through Eureka Coast Guard station


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LOCAL Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights

Stop Lethal Tasering in Santa Cruz

David Anthony Cross died after being taisered in jail last weekend. Enough!

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News :: Resistance & Tactics

The Marxists in the WorldYouth Festival

Bolivarian Revolution

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights : Government & Elections : Poverty & Urban Development

Pressure Yields New HUD Program for Evacuees

---Fema & HUD Funding To Assist Katrina's Evacuees
Housing Needs With New Program---

Pressure mounting from around the country to release
emergency funding to local Public Housing Authorities
to assist Katrina's evacuees, has finally gotten the
Bush Regime's attention.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Health & Drugs

Community Yard Sale for Survivors of Hurricane Katrina (10/1)

Saturday, October 1st
8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

United Methodist Church
250 California St. in SC
(off Bay Street, next to Neary Lagoon)

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