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News :: Civil & Human Rights : Peace & War

US Admits Use of Chemical Weapons in Iraq

After years of denial, the US has finally admitted to using chemical weapons in Iraq. Evidence shows that they may have used extensively.

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News :: Environment & Food

electric Bicycles & Recycle - saving Money & energy + mitigate global starvation

Review of Sustainable Technologies for Eliminating Waste, Recycling and for Real economic Progress. Many Links to sustainable technology, Recycling, organic gardening-farming, renewable energy, Permaculture and disaster relief web sites.

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LOCAL Interview :: Civil & Human Rights

FRSC: Interview with Barbara Becknell Tookie Willams advocate/editor

Audio Interview with Barbara Becknell Tookie Willams advocate/editor talk about the case and what people can do to try to stop the execution set for Dec 13th 2005

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LOCAL Announcement :: Arts & Culture : Education & Youth : Resistance & Tactics

Last Night Un-Planning Meeting this Saturday

We come with different but similar hopes - blowing minds, revolution, political involvement, DIY culture, community, self-reliance, great music, bone-shaking percussion, and a rollicking good time.

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Commentary :: Arts & Culture

en fins (clichy sous bois): zone d’injustices ?" dbl the giver dub

" ... Well, I had a very eerie feeling of déjà vu. And you'll forgive me, Amy, for being haunted by the first page of Black Boy, my father wrote, when at four years old he felt left out, and they were poor, and he was hungry, and nobody was paying attention to his brother and him. And he wandered listlessly about the room. And he stood before the shimmering embers, fascinated by the quivering coals. And a new idea of a game grew and took root in his mind. Why not throw something into the fire and watch it burn? ..." -- julia wright

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights

An injury to one is an injury to all!

An injury to one is an injury to all! Animals are the largest oppressed group. There will never be social justice or peace on earth as long as humans wage war upon the animals. Sexism, racism, homophobia, economic oppression and all other human vs human cruelty is rooted in the abuse of animals.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Arts & Culture : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

Walking Rainbow audio PSA (11/20/05)

This is a short excerpt from the film followed by the information about the event.

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LOCAL Interview :: Arts & Culture

FRSC: Folk Goddess Diane Patterson Live in studio

Skidmark Bob Interviews Diane & Kelle on 10-25-2005 about their tour, music, sustainable transportation, Big Mountian, producing their environmentaly consience new Album "Hip the Hip" released on Green Eye Records Foundation.

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Interview :: Technology

BYU Prof's WTC Demolition Theories on MSNBC's Tucker Carlson - 9/11 Truth Hits Mainstream

Unfortunately it appeared the Professor had never had such an interview before and was not prepared for the short time of the interview (5 min) or the fact that they wouldn't run the video he sent of the WTC collapse, or the types of questions being asked (i.e., don't you think this will be offensive to people to say that Muslims aren't to blame?). Nonetheless, he DID get some key points out there and has a great deal of courage and we should all thank him. Links at the bottom.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Arts & Culture : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

Radical Pacifism: Conscience, Direct Action, and Community Sunday 11/20/05 @ RCNV

Please come on Sunday November 20th at 7 pm at the Resource Center for Nonviolence to watch the new film "Walking Rainbow: Fred Moore remembered" followed by a panel discussion about nonviolent direct action and the legacy of Fred Moore. We are asking for a $5-20 sliding scale donation, with no one turned away for lack of funds. Proceeds will go to help with distribution of "Walking Rainbow"

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