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7/4/2003 - 10:30 AM
Santa Cruz Anarchist-Socialist Softball game!
at Mission Hill Junior High School

7/5/2003 - 5:00 PM
Showdown In Sacramento - Bush's Biotech Bullies Vs. The World
at Live Oak "Green" Grange, 1900 17th Avenue

7/5/2003 - 8:00 PM
Palestinian folkloric dance performance by the youth of Dheisheh
Refugee Camp, West Bank, Palestine
at Civic Auditorium, 307 Church Street
by Resource Center for Nonviolence

7/6/2003 - 7:00 PM
Peacemakers General Planning Meeting
at Resource Center for Nonviolence, 515 Broadway

7/7/2003 -
The People's Institute's Freedom School for youth

7/7/2003 - 7:00 PM
Art & Revolution Street Theatre Collective - monthly meeting
at Resource Center for Nonviolence, 515 Broadway

7/7/2003 - 7:15 PM
Video: "Fear and Favor in the Newsroom" and Gary Webb, live!
at Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Rd, Los Altos

7/8/2003 - 7:00 PM
Middle East Film Festival Alison Weir: "Myth and Reality in Israel-
at Unitarian Hall 160 N. 3rd St San Jose

7/10/2003 -
2003 Black And Green Anarchist Gathering
at Sproul State Forest in North-Central Pennsylvania

7/13/2003 - 1:00 PM
Gandhi & Nonviolence, a Workshop with Geeta Mehta, Subhash
Mehta & Scott Kennedy
at Resource Center for Nonviolence, 515 Broadway

7/13/2003 - 2:00 PM
WILPF Fundraiser and Ruth Hunter Toast
at DeAnza Mobile Home Park Clubhouse 2395 Delaware Ave, Santa

7/13/2003 - 2:00 PM
Freedom Song Network
at Louden Nelson Center, 301 Center Street

7/13/2003 - 5:00 PM
Forum for Prospective 2004 Green Candidates
at Santa Rosa
by Green Party of California

7/13/2003 - 7:30 PM
Presentation: Gandhi's Nonviolence by Geeta and Subhash Mehta
at Resource Center for Nonviolence, 515 Broadway

7/14/2003 - 7:00 PM
Green Party Assembly monthly meeting
at Louden Nelson Center, 301 Center Street

7/14/2003 - 7:30 PM
Presentation: Gandhi's Nonviolence by Geeta and Subhash Mehta
at Resource Center for Nonviolence, 515 Broadway

7/15/2003 - 7:00 PM
Middle East Film Festival John Pilger: "Palestine Is Still the Issue"
at S. Bay Mobe 480 N. 1st St San Jose

7/16/2003 - 8:00 PM
Harry Belafonte Benefit Concert for Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos
at Civic Auditorium, 307 Church Street

7/17/2003 -
Yoga Retreat: Live In Peace
at Mount Madonna Center

7/17/2003 -
Green Party National Convention
at Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC

7/17/2003 - 7:00 PM
Riva Enteen (Natl Lawyers Guild) and Samina Faheen (American
Muslim Alliance): "Stand Up for Freedom, Because Freedom Can't
Protect Itself"
at Unitarian Hall 160 N. 3rd St San Jose

7/18/2003 -
War Resisters League Annual Convention
at Colorado Springs

7/18/2003 - 7:30 PM
War Is Over - Create Peace - An All Star Evening of Live Poetry,
Prose, Music, Laughter and Performance Benefiting Artists United
at Castro Theatre, SF
by Marc Huestis

7/20/2003 - 7:00 PM
Peacemakers Potluck, Video & Discussion
at Resource Center for Nonviolence, 515 Broadway

7/20/2003 - 7:00 PM
Stanford Summer Theater: Aristophanes' Comic Masterpiece:
at Memorial Hall Stanford

7/21/2003 - 7:00 PM
Doug Dowd: Economics as if People Mattered
at Modern Times Bookstore 888 Valencia San Francisco

7/31/2003 - 9:00 AM
Gandhi Youth Camp for ages 10-14 years old
at UCSC Women's Center on UCSC Campus
by Resource Center for Nonviolence, Santa Cruz & UCSC Women's

8/10/2003 - 1:30 PM
Hands Around Livermore Lab
at 5800 Patterson Pass Rd., at Vasco
by TriValley CARES

9/6/2003 -
S.F. Mime Troupe!
at San Lorenzo Park, 701 Ocean Street

9/10/2003 -
Protest against the 5th Ministerial Meeting of the World Trade
Organization (WTO)
at Cancun, Mexico

10/8/2003 -
Walk to School Day

11/21/2003 -
Claim Democracy! Conference
at Washington DC
by Center for Voting and Democracy

Paul Franklin Computer Consulting, 831/464-0877, PO Box 7590,
Santa Cruz, CA 95061, lupa (at)

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Peace and Justice News - Network

Action Pajaro Valley, Lisa Dobbins, 786-8536, actionpajarovalley (at)
Affordable Housing Advocates, Don Lane, housingadvocates (at)
Ag Against Hunger , 755-1480
Agri-Culture , Bill Ringe, 722-6622
Agri-Culture , Jess Brown, 722-6622
Alameda County Greens
Alliance for Democracy , Len Beyea, 457-8497
ALTO Counseling Center.
American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, 202/244-2990
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Amnesty International, Santa Cruz County Chapter #274, 425-3000
Aptos Chamber of Commerce, Karen and John Hibble, 688-1467, John (at)
Arana Gulch Watershed, Patricia Matejcek, 423-8567, <patachek (at)>
Art and Revolution, Grant Wilson, grantaliscious (at)
Art and Revolution, Jeff Kaplan, jcaplan (at)
Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG), Nicolas Papadakis, 883-3750, info (at)
Association of World Citizens, 415) 541-9610, info (at)
Beach Flats Community Center, Reyna Ruiz
Bill Ryerson, 802-985-8156
Cabrillo College Federation Of Teachers, 464 2238
Calif School Employees Association, 6851747
California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF), Brian Leahey, 423-2263
California Federation Of Teachers , 425 2341
California Grey Bears
California State Employees Assoc , 724 0251
California Teachers Association, 783-3200
CALPIRG at Downtown, Ethan , 459-0553
CALPIRG at UCSC, Katie Peck, 459-4649, katiellen7 (at)
CALPIRG, Emily Churg
Calvary Episcopal - Social Justice Committee, 423-8787
Camejo for Governor, Tyler , 925 521 1330, tylercfg (at)
Campaign for Public Power NOW!, Graham Brownstein, 415-929-8876
Campaign To Save Pajaro Valley Farmlands and Wetlands
Campaign To Save Pajaro Valley Farmlands and Wetlands, Samuel Earnshaw, sambo (at)
Campus Greens, Winona LaDuke, 773 394 9720
Capitola Chamber of Commerce, 475-6522, capcham (at)
Catholic Charities of the Monterey Diocese, Martina O'Sullivan
Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems, UC Santa Cruz, 459-3376
Center for Community Advocacy , Juan Uranga
Central Coast Interfaith Project
Central Labor Councils of Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties AFL-CIO, Amy Newell, 633-1869
Cesar Chavez charter school, 457-8208
Chicano/Latino Research Center, 459-3789
Children's Creative Response to Conflict, 426-3381
Christic Action Team Community Resources
Citizens Environmental Coalition - Western New York Office, Anne Rabe, 716 885 6848, cecwny (at)
Citizens for Responsible Forest Management / Save Our Agricultural Land, Jodi Frediani, 426-1697, jodifredi (at)
Coalition for a Living Wage, Sandy Brown, 457-1741 x 130, Sandy (at)
Coalition for Nicaragua, Lois Muhley, 426-2798, ccrcnica (at)
Coaliton of University Employees, 420 0258
Coastal Commission
Coastal Watershed Council, 471-9280
Coastal Watershed Council, Greg Gauthier, 421-0170, cwc_office (at)
Committee for Safe School Sites (CSSS), Sylvia Previtali
Committee to Save Community Services - No on L, 466-0151, volunteer (at)
Communication Workers Of America A F L-C I O Local 9423 , 475 0745
Communications Workers of America Local 9423
Community Alliance With Family Farmers (CAFF), Octavia Jolley, octavia (at)
Community Alliance With Family Farmers (CAFF), Reggie Knox, 457-1007, reggie (at)
Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County (CHLTSCC), 427-5570
Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County (CHLTSCC), Maureen Smith, mmsmith (at)
Community Land Trust of Santa Cruz County (CHLTSCC), Myles Corcoran, mylesc (at)
Community Options/Court Referral Program.
Community Traffic Safety Coalition
Conversation Peace: Online Student Dialogue Group
Council of Churches in Santa Clara County, (408) 297-2660
Defenders of Wildlife
Defensa de Mujeres, 722-4532
Democracy Project, Myla (Marla?)
Democratic Central Committee, Claudia Shafer, claudia (at)
Detroit Greens
Direct Action Network (DAN), 423-1626 x307
Diversity Center, Denny Carroll, 425-5422
Doug Rand Action Fund, Mathilda Rand, 458-9042
Downtown Association, Peter Eberle, 429-8433
Earth & Spirit - First Presbyterian
Earth First!, Dennis Davie, 427-1684, cruzef (at)
EarthSave Foundation.
Eco Goods, 429-5758
Eco-Farm Association, 763-2111
Ecology Action of Santa Cruz, Virginia Johnson, 426-5925, ecoact (at)
Electronic Privacy Information Center. , Marc Rotenberg
Environmental Council of Santa Cruz County, 688-0565, Enetwork (at)
Family Service Association of Pajaro Valley.
Farm Without Harm
Filly Project & Santa Cruz SPCA, Bonnie Stoehn
First Congregational Church - Social Justice Committee, 426 2010, church (at)
First Unitarian Church, Social Concerns Committee
Free Radio Berkeley, Stephen Dunifer, 510.533.0401, xmtrman (at)
Free School Santa Cruz, Armando Alcaraz, 515-4480 x3896, freeschoolsc (at)
Free School Santa Cruz, Caroline Nicola, 515-4480 x3896, freeschoolsc (at)
Free School Santa Cruz, Laloo Mendelsohn, 515-4480 x3896, freeschoolsc (at)
Friends of Free Speech Radio, 510 548 0542
Friends of Glenwood, Pamela Stevenson
Friends of Soquel Creek & Earthlinks, Steve Leinau, 457-0414
Friends of the Garden
Friends of the North Coast, Paul Hostetter
Friends Outside, Bill Ferguson, 427-5070
Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Alliance (GLBT), Merrie Schaller, 515-4101, glbtalliance (at)
Global Artifacts
Global Exchange
Grace Baptist Church, Outreach Board
Green Corps
Green Earth Singles
Green Party of Contra Costa, Tyler Snortum-Phelps Snortum-Phelps, 925 695 3112, cocogreens (at)
Green Party of Humboldt Co.
Green Party of Orange County
Green Party of San Diego County
Green Party of San Mateo Co.
Green Party of Santa Clara County (GPSCC), (408) 22-EARTH
Green Party of the United States, 866-41GREEN (toll-free)
Greenbelt Alliance, Susan Moffat
Greens / Green Party USA (G/GPUSA), Betty Wood, (978) 682-4353 , gpusa (at)
Habitat for Humanity
Holy Cross Church - Social Justice Committee, 423-4182
Homeless Garden Project
Homeless Resource Center
Homeless Resource Service Center, Ken Cole
Hook to Harbor, 462-3423 or 423-8567
Hub for Sustainable Transportation, 426-bike
Human Care Alliance of Santa Cruz County, Paul Sanford
Human Care Alliance, Laura Marcus, hca (at)
Human Concerns Commission of the Catholic Diocese of San Jose
IATSE LOCAL 611, 458 0338
Informed Democracy, 426-3921, garden (at)
Interfaith Compeer , 459-6817
Interfaith Council, Santa Clara County
International Forum on Globalization, Antonia Juhasz, 415-561-7650, ajuhasz (at)
Islamic Center of Santa Cruz, 479-8982
Islamic Network
It's About Time Committee - Black Panther Party
Japanese American Citizens League , Marcia Hashimoto
Jewish Students for Social Justice
Kids and Teens Exploring Nature (KATEN), Tamara Sheimckman
LA Harbor/San Pedro Greens
Laborers Local 270 , 475 7058
Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, 429-6116, landtrust (at)
Latino Caucus of the League of California Cities , Martha Montelongo
Latino Chamber of Commerce, Luis De La Cruz
Latino Chamber of Commerce, Victoria Mendoza-Staas
Latino Strategic Planning Committee
LDBeyea (at)
League of Conservation Voters, 202 785 8683, lcv (at)
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Celia Organista, 728-3062
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Erica Padilla
League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
Linda Brodman, 469-9024
Live Oak "Green" Grange, postmaster (at)
Live Oak "Green" Grange, Pat Howe, postmaster (at)
Live Oak Family Resource Center, Elizabeth Schilling, 479-5466, x 212, schilthom (at)
Long Beach Greens
Media Alliance, 415 546 6334
Mercy Charities Housing, Elizabeth Vogel
Middle East Education Coalition, 423-1626 x.303, meecucsc (at)
Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal, 415 695 7745
Monterey Bay Chapter
Monterey Bay Educators Against War
Mountain Community Resources, Laurel Wilson
Multinational Monitor, Robert Weissman, 202-387-8030
Muslim Student Alliance
MW Re-election Campaign, Mardi Wormhoudt, mardi.Wormhoudt (at)
Napa County Greens, 707.257.1166
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Branch #1071 - NAACP, Bruce Engelhardt, 454 1478, BruceME (at)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Branch #1071 - NAACP, Deborah Hill, 464-1905
National Coalition on Homelessness
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, Sasha Khokha, (510) 465-1984, nnirr (at)
Nature Conservancy, Bill Leahy
NCIC Economic & Environmental Justice
Newcomers Club of Santa Cruz County, Barbara Miller, scnewcomers (at)
No Compromise, 425-3007
Open Space Alliance - Nisene 2 Sea, Celia Scott, 423-0700, saveland (at)
Open Space Alliance - Nisene 2 Sea, Kathryn Britton, 688-7724
Organic Farming Research Foundation
Our Developing World, (408) 379-4431
Outright Radio, 800-695-KUSP
Pack Your Trash, Ray Conti, 465-8645, bigray (at)
Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce, Dave Bollick
Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce, Manuel Dermer, 724-3900
Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce, Renee Mello, 724-3900
Pajaro Valley Federation Of Teachers, 728 1936
Peace Action of Washington
Peace Action, Andrew Page
Peace Resource Project, 707 822 4229
Peninsula Peace & Justice Center, 650-326-8837, ppjc (at)
People for Livable and Affordable Neighborhoods (PLAN), 408 293-5314
People Power, Ron Goodman, 425-0665, ron (at)
People's Democratic Club, billjoyce (at)
Pesticide Watch, David Edeli, (831) 466-0746, dedeli (at)
Peter Lumsdaine, 423-1626 x104, co82896 (at)
Physicians for Social Responsibility, Monterey Bay Chapter., Don King, 422-9066
Planned Parenthood, 425-1551
Progressive Housing Advocates, Nora Hochman
Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 423 6388
Regional Alliance for Progressive Policy, 353-5758
Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV), Anita Heckman
Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV), Bob Fitch, 423-1626 x102, bob (at)
Resource Center for Nonviolence. (RCNV), Scott Kennedy, 423-1626, rcnv (at)
Roofers Local 95, 408 987 0440
Sacramento County Green Party Host Committee
Sacramento Greens
Safe and Sane High School, Sandra Nichols, 763-1895, sandra (at)
Salvation Army in Watsonville , Lee Kanellis
San Fernando Valley Greens
San Francisco Green Party
San Gabriel Valley Greens
San Jose Peace Center, 408 297 2299, sjpc (at)
San Lorenzo Valley Teen Center , Cassie Sprenger
Santa Cruz Action Network (SCAN), 458-9425, scan (at)
Santa Cruz Area Chamber of Commerce, Greg Carter, 457 3713, chamber (at)
Santa Cruz Area Transportation Management Association (TMA), Carolyn O'Donnell, 423-6231
Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos, 457-8208, barrios (at)
Santa Cruz Bible Church - Social Justice Committee, 429 1162
Santa Cruz City Commission for the Prevention of Violence Against Women., Laurie McWhorter, 420-6298, CPVAW (at)
Santa Cruz City Firefighters Local 1716, 426 6011
Santa Cruz Coalition to Free Mumia, John Thielking, jfredt (at)
Santa Cruz County 4-H Youth Program., 763-8040
Santa Cruz County Bar Association.
Santa Cruz County Business Council, Jim Conklin, 423-6320
Santa Cruz county Children and Families Commission, 465-2217
Santa Cruz County District Attorney's Victim Services Division
Santa Cruz County Immigration Project, Douglas Keegan, 724-5667, sccip (at)
Santa Cruz County Office of Education, Diane Siri, 476.714
Santa Cruz Federation of Teachers-Local 2030 AFL-CIO , 425 8939
Santa Cruz Food Not Bombs
Santa Cruz Friends of the Urban Forest
Santa Cruz Israel Action Committee
Santa Cruz Peace Coalition
Santa Cruz Pride, 761-9652, info (at)
Santa Cruz Religious Society of Friends (Quaker) Meeting, Peace and Social Order Committee , mail (at)
Santa Cruz Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), Henry Brzezinski, 465-5000
Saraha Buddhist Center, 415 585 9161
Save Our Shores, Vicki , 462-5660
Save Scotts Valley, Debbie Muth
Save The Habitat
Seacliff Village Plan, Nancy Morris, 688-1078
Second Harvest Food Bank, 722-7110
SEIU - Service Employee's International Union local 415, Jeffrey Smedberg, 459-0415
SEIU - Service Employee's International Union local 415, Nancy Elliott, 459-0415, ed (at)
Sempervirens Fund, Betsy Herbert
Service Employees Int'l Union Local 715
Shasta County Green Party, 530-241-8421
Si se puede
Sierra Club, Marilyn Hummel, 426 4453, <Mhhumm (at)>
Silicon Valley De-Bug, Raj Jayadev, svdebug (at)
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, Ted Metcalf, 408-287-6707
SOAR (Students Organizing ...), 459-2934
Solar Alternatives, Frank de Winter
Solar Alternatives, Joe Jordan, 423-2824
South Bay Jubilee Campaign, Paul Burks, pburks (at)
South Bay Labor Council, 408.266.3790, clc (at)
South Bay NO to WTO
South Bay Sanctuary Covenant
Student Environmental Center, Annie Carmichael, 426-1627
Student Environmental Center, Bradley Allen, 515-4480 x6622, enviroslug (at)
Students Media Activist Coalition (SMAC)
Surfrider Foundation, Nathan Pierce, 637-6003
Sustainable Agriculture Working Group
Temple Beth El - Social Justice Committee, 479 3444
Tenant's Defense Committee, Tamara Sheinkman, gokaten (at)
Tenant's Rights Union of Santa Cruz County (TRUSCC), Donna Deiss, 426-0644, tenantscongress (at)
The American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, (415) 621-2493
The Ecotopia Project / Circle Trails, Paul Lee, 426-8810, drpalee (at)
The League of Women Voters of Santa Cruz County (LWV), Pat Meyerson, 426-8683, pmeyerson (at)
The Lindesmith Center - Drug Policy Foundation, (202) 537-5005, information (at)
The National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty
The Ocean Conservancy, Kaitilin Gaffney, 425-1363, kgaffney (at)
The Peaceful Justice for All Committee, 464-0995
The People's Electoral Project, (415) 789-8497 , electprog (at)
The Sanctuary Council, 427 5313
The Student Alliance to Reform Corporations (STARC), Eric Romann, 510/272-9109, coachric1 (at)
the UCSC Center for Justice, Tolerance and Community, Manuel Pastor
Triangle Speakers, Marcia Stein, 457-2934
Twin Lakes Church - Social Justice Committee, 465 3300
UC Berkeley Stop the War Coalition, 510 649 1887, StopTheWarConference (at)
UCSC Agro-Ecology & Sustainable Food Systems / Permaculture, John Fisher, johnfish (at)
UCSC Center for Justice, Tolerance, and Community, Manuel Pastore
UCSC Coalition for a Sustainable Campus
UCSC Women's Center, 459-2072, women (at)
UN Association, Pat Arnold, calmaps (at)
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Santa Cruz, Social Concerns Committee , 684-0506
United Nations Association of Santa Cruz (UNA), Pat Arnold, 425 7618
United Transportation Union Local 23, 429 6707
United Way of Santa Cruz County, Mary Goeke, 479-5466, mlgoeke (at)
UPTE-Communication Workers Of America AFL-CIO Local 9119 , 429 8783
USA/Cuba InfoMed
Valley Unity Action Group
Valley Women's Club of San Lorenzo Valley., 338-4436, nbbm (at)
Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz
Walnut Avenue Women's Center
War Resisters League West - WRL-West, Jim Haber, 415-282-6580, wrlwest (at)
War Tax Resistors League, Susan Quinlin, 510 843 9877
Watsonville Citizens for Safe Drinking Water, Dan Hernandez
Watsonville Wetlands Watch
Western Services Workers Association, 429 6016
Westside Greens
WILPF - Pajaro Valley, Barbara Hayes, 724-0505, barbara (at)
WILPF, Lilly Litsky, jakel (at)
Women as Allies, Lorene Garrett-browder, 338-0843 , Lorene (at)
Women's Crisis Support., 477-4244
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), 457-6797 - 475-7451 or 707/468-1660 &
Yes on C & D, Matthew Farrell
Youth Coalition Santa Cruz (YCSC) YouthSERVE, 427-5066, ys (at)
Youth Coalition Santa Cruz, Cathy
Youth Coalition Santa Cruz, Cathy, 420-5278
Youth Development Alliance
Youth Services, Inc.
Youth, Education & Schools (YES), 645-9390
Zero Population Growth
Zero Population Growth (ZPG), Linda Brodman, 688-3792, redwdrn (at)
zoe (at)
ZPG Monterey Bay Chapter


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