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LOCAL Announcement :: Health & Drugs

New Provider Struggling to Open A Distribution Center in Santa Cruz

Lisa Molyneux, a Boulder Creek activist, has been struggling for a year to get a permit from the Planning Department to open up a medical marijuana dispensary. I will interview her at 6 PM on Free Radio Santa Cruz on Thursday June 29, 2005.

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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth

Pajaro Schools Support Opt Out Option

The PVUSD is facilitating making the Opt In/Opt Out decision a must for each and every parent. This is a victory in the struggle against Military Recuitment and Promotion in our schools.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Arts & Culture : Civil & Human Rights : Government & Elections

Old Time American Flag Burn (7/1)

Old Time American Flag Burn.
A respectful ritual ceremony and orgiastic celebration of free speech.
FRIDAY, JULY 1st 7 - 10 PM
SEABRIGHT BEACH (right side)
Santa Cruz, CA

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News :: Government & Elections : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics


Has the Bush administration drastically understated the U.S. military death count by redefining "death"? The following article suggests that it has, and it calls for a nationwide campaign to honor deceased service members by naming and counting them.

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News :: Police State

30 Years since Pine Ridge Shootout

Leonard Peltier is still imprisoned thirty years after the shootout on the Pine Ridge Reservation in which two FBI Agents and an AIM member were shot dead.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Civil & Human Rights : Health & Drugs : Police State

WAMM March for Medical Marijuana (7/16)

The Wo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana will host the WAMM March for Medical Marijuana on Saturday, July 16th, 2005 at 12 noon on the Pacific Garden Mall, in downtown Santa Cruz.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Education & Youth : Peace & War

Help Organize the No Nukes! No War! Action

Please Distribute... a Santa Cruz/Central Coast contigent is organizing caravans to this Seeds Of Change action, on August 6th at Livermore Labs. Come to the mass mobilizing planning meeting next wed or the action on August 6th. Read on! Contact katie (at) if you are interested in organizing with the SC crew.

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News :: Civil & Human Rights : Government & Elections : Police State

Government Manipulation of the Legal System to Suppress Dissent

intimidate-pdx.jpgFrom racist attacks targeting Lodi, California’s Muslim community, to attempts to silence and imprison political activists in San Francisco and San Diego, dissent and freedom of speech are under attack. As government repression in general increases, so does the use of the federal grand jury to intimidate, incarcerate and render impotent activists across social movements. In recent years, pressure on the animal rights, environmental justice, anti-war and anarchist movements has increased exponentially. Government officials seem anxious to pin the label “terrorist? on anyone that is effectively campaigning against injustice. At a recent hearing before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, John E. Lewis, Deputy Assistant Director of the Counterterrorism Division of the FBI, testified that, “Investigating and preventing animal rights extremism and eco-terrorism is one of the FBI’s highest domestic terrorism priorities.?

Activists and people of color are not the only people being persecuted, lawyers are feeling the heat as well. On Febuary 10, 2005, New York civil rights attorney Lynne Stewart was convicted of conspiracy, providing material support to terrorists and defrauding the US government. Yet, Stewart never provided any financial support, weaponry or any other concrete aid for any act of terrorism. No act of terrorism is alleged to have resulted from her actions. Lynne and her supporters argue that all she did was represent her client effectively as a good attorney should.

audio: New York Human Rights attorney Lynne Stewart interview

San Diego: Judge to Hear First Amendment Objections
San Francisco: Reprieve for Activists

resources: || Just Cause Law Collective || National Lawyers Guild || No Compromise

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LOCAL Announcement :: Alternative Media : Media Criticism : Peace & War

Amy Goodman Coming to Monterey, CA (7/7)

Amy Goodman, host of the national, daily radio/TV program Democracy Now!, will be speaking in Monterey, CA

Thursday, July 7, 7:30 pm

Alliance for Community Media Conference
Monterey Conference Center
Stienbeck Forum

Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door
To purchase, call 831-333-1267
For more information, visit

For the latest information, check

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Interview :: Civil & Human Rights : Government & Elections : Police State

New York Human Rights attorney Lynne Stewart is interviewed on FRSC

George Cadman of Free Radio Santa Cruz interviews New York Human Rights attorney Lynne Stewart about her conviction, the climate of fear and intimidation in this country and what people can do about it. Lynne Stewart will be sentenced in September and faces up to 30 years in prison. The judge has the descretion to give her no prison time, only probation, if he so chooses, so letters to the judge are encouraged.

Audio: download mp3 or download torrent (33:51 minutes / 31 MB)

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