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Brian Avery of the International Solidarity Movement to Speak in Santa Cruz

free_palestine.pngBrian Avery of the International Solidarity Movement will be speaking in Santa Cruz on Sunday, March 14, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Resource Center for Nonviolence (515 Broadway at Ocean in Santa Cruz).

On April 5, 2003, Brian Avery was shot in the face by the Israeli Military while wearing a bright red jacket. When he raised himself from the ground, witnesses saw that his left cheek had almost been totally shot off.

Brian was in Jenin as a volunteer with the International Solidarity Movement. The ISM is a Palestinian-led movement of Palestinian and international activists working to raise awareness of the struggle for Palestinian freedom and an end to the Israeli occupation. ISM utilizes nonviolent, direct action to confront and challenge the illegal Israeli occupation forces and policies.

There will also be a showing of “Dispatches: The Killing Zone.? Filmmakers Sandra Jordan and producer Rodrigo Vasquez reveal the shocking level of daily violence in the Gaza Strip. They arrived in Rafah right after the murder of Rachel Corrie.

Tune in to Free Radio Santa Cruz on Sunday, March 14, at 3:00 PM for a live interview with Brian Avery.

[ Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions I Rabbis for Human Rights I Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories I Gush Shalom I Palestinian Monitor I Middle East Research and Information Project ]
 
 

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News :: Civil & Human Rights : Education & Youth : Environment & Food : Globalization & Capitalism : Health & Drugs : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

Photos from the Hiroshima Day Commemoration

Hiroshima Day Commemoration in Santa Cruz

At 8.15am August 6, 1945, a nuclear bomb was exploded 500 metres above the city of Hiroshima. It is estimated 140,000 people, mainly women, old men and children, died directly and in the few months after the bomb exploded. Its effects can still be seen today in the survivors and their descendants. Saturday August 9 is the anniversary of the nuclear bombing of the city of Nagasaki. Historical research shows the use of nuclear weapons could have been avoided, and all those deaths prevented, if diplomatic alternatives had been properly pursued. The USA continues to use nuclear weapons of mass destruction, as in depleted uranium munitions, used recently in Iraq.
 

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Commentary :: Peace & War

Congressman Kucinich, John Robbins, and Marianne Williamson Inspire at Civic

...inspiring, motivating, a call for the courage to act. Neighborly, fear abating, delineating the causes of violence including our own dietary habits. 60's retro, vanquished communal hippie dreams, sober look at how our drug-dazed young minds let those assasinations scare us away from politics.

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[ Announcement I Dennis J. Kucinich I John Robbins I Marianne Williamson ]
 

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Interview :: Peace & War

Eyewitness to War: An interview with Wade Hudson and Kathy Kelly

Kathy Kelly and Wade Hudson, two activists who experienced firsthand, civilian injuries and deaths, as well as the destruction of homes, hospitals and marketplaces caused by the US invasion and occupation of Iraq. Read what Metro Santa Cruz "didn't have room for."
 

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Interview :: Peace & War

Debate: Sam Farr -- Bane or Boon to the Santa Cruz Peace Movement?

Aired Sunday, April 13, 2003 on Free Radio Santa Cruz 96.3FM
on Bathrobespierre's Broadsides: Civil Rights for the Poor

When Sam Farr was first invited and then disinvited to speak at the massive peace rally on February 15, 2003 in Santa Cruz City Councilmember and UCSC lecturer, Mike Rotkin called Joe Williams and Paul Franklin of the Santa Cruz Peace Coalition "sectarian idiots." Joe Williams wrote a reply which was published in the Sentinel defending his actions. Meanwhile Congressman Sam Farr has wobbled between bad votes and good votes while still getting the enthusiastic support of Mike Rotkin.

Audio: Mike Rotkin debates Joe Williams
 

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Articles

Announcement :: Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

National "Not Your Soldier" Youth & Student Day of Action

notyours.jpgNational "Not Your Soldier" Youth and Student Day of Action, Thursday November 17th at a high school or college campus near you.... Are military recruiters invading your schools and using promises of scholarships and career opportunities to convince your friends to join the military? You are not alone! On November 17, International Students Day, join youth and students from around the country in the first nationally coordinated day of action for and about young people! NOT YOUR SOLDIER!
 

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Announcement :: Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

National Stand Down Day (11/18)

HELP STOP THE WAR MACHINE!!
 

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights : Globalization & Capitalism : Government & Elections : Labor & Economics : Peace & War

Global Capitalism: the Scourge of Democracy

global capitalism is an economic Colt 45 for the times
 

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LOCAL News :: Government & Elections : Peace & War

PSA: Colin Powell Speaks at De Anza College in Cupertino; Wednesday - Friday

Colin Powell will be speaking at De Anza College in Cupertino (just north of San Jose on Stevens Creek Blvd.) three evenings in a row.

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News :: Education & Youth : Peace & War

Foothill Anti-Capitalist Action Committee Shuts Down Military Recruiters by Default

The Foothill Anti-Capitalist Action Committee spread the word of a protest on November 1, 2005 against the military recruiters who table in the quad every Tuesday at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California. However on this Tuesday, the military recruiters failed to show up. It looks like the military learned about the protest and thought it would be a better idea to stay away from it, rather than be the focus of the demonstration.

About 15 people marched from the Smithwick Theater plaza to the quad where people eat lunch and take breaks between classes. A lot of people were very supportive of the demonstration, which included a mobile sound system.
 

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