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Buy Nothing Day: Adbusters

Miami, 22.11.2005 15:07

Buy Nothing Day: Adbusters



Anti Nuclear Demonstration

Perth, 22.11.2005 13:39

BHP Billiton AGM - Anti-uranium action at Perth Convention Centre



Local 'Peace and Justice' Nonprofit Signs Terror War Pledge

Philadelphia, 22.11.2005 13:38

The Philadelphia-based Bread and Roses Community Fund has decided to sign the government's antiterrorism pledge



Civil-disobedience disrupts war games

Melbourne, 22.11.2005 11:08

Peace activists Stand Trial at Rockhampton



Auckland: World's First Starbucks Strike

Aotearoa, 22.11.2005 09:08

A world first is happening in the heart of Auckland city tomorrow, as multi-national giant Starbucks faces a workers strike. The legal wild-cat strike at Karangahape Rd Starbucks, is a public awareness raising event and the first action in the Unite workers union “SuperSizeMyPay.Com” campaign. Campaign Co-ordinator Simon Oosterman says the strike is just one way Unite is raising public awareness of the working conditions of those employed in the fast-food sector and other low paid and minimum wage jobs. “The minimum wage is now the most important determining factor for low paid workers. Raising the minimum wage to $12 NOW, removing youth rates, giving secure hours and other minimum entitlements would be the first step towards reclaiming what entitlements workers have lost and alleviating poverty and inequality,” said Mr Oosterman.



Miami Bookfair International 2005

Miami, 22.11.2005 06:07

Miami Bookfair International 2005



Peter Young's Statement to the Court and Updates

Portland, 22.11.2005 05:39

The following is Peter Young's statement to the court at his sentencing on November 8th, 2005, an approximate account based on notes and the memory of supporters in the courtroom.

This is the customary time when the defendant expresses regret for the crimes they committed, so let me do that because I am not without my regrets. I am here today to be sentenced for my participation in releasing mink from 6 fur farms. I regret it was only 6. I'm also here today to be sentenced for my participation in the freeing of 8,000 mink from those farms. I regret it was only 8,000. It is my understanding of those 6 farms, only 2 of them have since shut down. I regret it was only 2.

More than anything, I regret my restraint, because whatever damage we did to those businesses, if those farms were left standing, and if one animal was left behind, then it wasn't enough. To those people here whose sheds I may have visited in 1997, let me tell you directly for the first time, it was a please to raid your farms, and to free those animals you held captive. It is to those animals I answer to, not you or this court. I will forever mark those nights on your property as the most rewarding experience of my life. And to those farmers or other savages who may read my words in the future and smile at my fate, just remember: We have put more of you in bankruptcy than you have put liberators in prison. Don't forget that.

Let me thank everyone in the courtroom who came to support me today. It is my last wish before prison that each of you drive to a nearby fur farm tonight, tear down its fence and open every cage.

Interview with Peter on nocompromise.org | supportpeter.com



Dead after having been wallopped by cops

Athens, 22.11.2005 05:12

A young man, that had been temporarily arrested by the police in Kamara sq., Thessaloniki, a little while before the riots of 17/11, has been found dead, in his home.

He was brought before the police department and detained for at least 6 hours, when he was brutally wallopped and he was set free the day after. On November 18th, he didn't show up, and when his friends searched for him, they found him dead, because of an aneurysm on a main artery in his brain.

21/11/05: Sit-in at the Polytechnic, Athens and Religion faculty in ThessalonikiAll info was gathered by phone and confirmed as much as it was possible. His funeral was held on Monday, 21 of November, in Kavala city.



Help McCain Block Republican Torture and Abuse

Miami, 22.11.2005 05:11

Help McCain Block Republican Torture and Abuse



Second criminal attack by fascists during this month

Athens, 22.11.2005 04:37

The criminal - fascist gang "chrissi avghi", taking advantage of the tolerance by the state and the support of the police, reveals their real face once more. In Athens centre, c.a members opened fire using a carbine, against an anti-fascist action organised by anarchists, having as a result the fact that two passer-by civilians were injured; one of them might have a blind eye.

After an investigation in their offices, 6 molotov cocktails were found, but not the carbine used.

This is the second criminal action by fascists within one month's time, after a sequence of whaking and attacks against self-organised places and squates.

Announcements: 1



Cúpula Mundial da Sociedade da Informação

Brasil, 22.11.2005 03:08

INFORMAÇÃO LIVRE



Manifestantes Anti-capitalistas pres@s desde o dia 14 em Caxias do Sul - RS

Brasil, 22.11.2005 02:38

REPRESSÃO



Sete estudantes expulsos por protesto

Brasil, 22.11.2005 02:38

UNESP



Film Listings for Sheffield Indymedia ALT.DOC.FEST 2

United Kingdom, 22.11.2005 01:07

The full list of films is now out for the Sheffield Indymedia's second alternative documentary festival: Alt.Doc.Fest 2: Films from the Frontline 24-26th November at Matilda Social Centre, 111 Matilda Street.

You can download the programme as a PDF file below



Lembrar Fallujah

Portugal, 22.11.2005 01:07

Lembrar Fallujah



@rtivisme (ca)

Barcelona, 22.11.2005 00:37

consumisme: carro sense sortida?

alternatives al consumisme actual La fira de l'intercanvi de Mieres que enguany fa 20 anys![13 nov] + + a Gràcia a l'abril + a Gelida O yomango: 10 claus per un estil de vida O Botiga Gratis O Dinero Gratis O taller de costura de codi obert i botiga gratis O La Meccacola: sobre la seva distribució O 25 Noviembre. Dia sense compra
anticonsumisme i consumisme: [30nov-4des] cinema anticonsumista a Sant Andreu ::: films anticonsumistes ::: especial Consumisme a revista Illacrua ::: Què és tot això del dia sense compres? ::: II Jornades de Consum Solidari en el Mon Associatiu ::: i per Nadal... feliç Falsedat

[25Nov] Dia Sense Compra 2005 :: Barcelona : Sant Andreu : Olot

Consume hasta morir :: Nou producte Super-flu : Darrere els barrots Carritour : Carro hamster: l'espiral del consum : enquesta ASGECO del deute del consumidor a Espanya : Cartera amb fotos: el més benvolgut : Consum sense cap : Dóna-li per a mejar a la teva hipoteca : Born to consume, va néixer pa consumir : Crit en el Super. Munch

+info :: >>>@rtivisme : adbusters : consume hasta morir : funktastikproject.blogspot.com : yomango.net



@rtivismo (es)

Barcelona, 22.11.2005 00:37

consumismo: carro sin salida?

alternativas al consumismo actual La feria de intercambio en Mieres hace 20 años![13 nov] + en Gràcia en abril + en Gelida O yomango: 10 claves para un estilo de vida O Tienda Gratis O Dinero Gratis O taller de costura de codigo abierto y tienda gratis O La Meccacola: sobre su distribución O 25 Noviembre. Día sin compra
anticonsumisme i consumisme: [30nov-4dic] cumbre anticonsumista en Sant Andreu ::: peliculas anticonsumistas ::: especial Consumismo en la revista Illacrua ::: ¿Qué es todo esto del día sin compras? ::: II Jornadas de Consumo Solidario en el Mundo Asociativo ::: y por Navidad...feliz Falsedad

[25Nov] Dia Sin Compra 2005 :: Barcelona : Sant Andreu : Olot

Consume hasta Morir :: Nuevo producto Super-fluo : Tras los barrotes Carritour : Carrito hamster: la espiral del consumo : encuesta ASGECOde la deuda del consumidor en españa : Cartera con fotos: lo más querido : Consumo sin cabeza : Dele de comer a su hipoteca : Born to consume, nacio pa consumir : Grito en el Super. Munch

+info :: >>>@rtivismo : adbusters : consume hasta morir : funktastikproject.blogspot.com : yomango.net



Reunion CMI Peru

Peru, 21.11.2005 23:39

Asamblea INDYMEDIA : Miercoles 23 Nov. - 08 p.m.



¿qué quedó?

Argentina, 21.11.2005 22:08

Lunes 21 de Noviembre, 2005 | UN BALANCE CON LOS PIES EN LA TIERRA
Cumbre y contracumbre. ¿Qué quedó?



¿Qué quedó?

Argentina, 21.11.2005 22:08

Lunes 21 de Noviembre, 2005 | UN BALANCE CON LOS PIES EN LA TIERRA
Cumbre y contracumbre. ¿Qué quedó?



¿Qué quedó de MDQ?

Argentina, 21.11.2005 22:08

Lunes 21 de Noviembre, 2005 | UN BALANCE CON LOS PIES EN LA TIERRA
Cumbre y contracumbre. ¿Qué quedó?



Loud &amp; Clear: Communications Training for Social Change

Miami, 21.11.2005 22:07

Loud & Clear: Communications Training for Social Change



32 χρόνια μετά το Πολυτεχνείο: νεκρός από ξυλοδαρμό αστυνομικών;

Athens, 21.11.2005 21:37

Νεκρός βρέθηκε στο σπίτι του στη Θεσσαλονίκη, νεαρός ο οποίος είχε συλληφθεί στην Καμάρα κατά τα επεισόδια της 17ης Νοεμβρίου, μετά την πορεία του Πολυτεχνείου. Είχε προσαχθεί, κρατήθηκε για τουλάχιστον έξι ώρες, κατά τη διάρκεια των οποίων ξυλοκοπήθηκε πολύ βάναυσα και αφέθηκε ελεύθερος την επομένη. Στις 18 του μηνός δεν εμφανίστηκε κι όταν τον αναζήτησαν φίλοι του, τον βρήκαν νεκρό από ανεύρυσμα κεντρικής αρτηρίας του εγκεφάλου.

Οσες πληροφορίες συγκεντρώθηκαν από τηλεφώνου, ελέγθηκαν στο μέτρο του δυνατού. Κηδεύτηκε τη Δευτέρα 21 Νοεμβρίου στην Καβάλα.



Bristol University: Making A Killing

Bristol, 21.11.2005 21:37

War! What is it Good For? Bristol Uni's Cashflow! War! What is it Good For? Bristol Uni's Cashflow! anna writes; Research by Bristol Campaign Against Arms Trade (BCAAT) has discovered that Bristol University invests in, researches for and receives funding from arms manufacturers and the Ministry of Defence (MoD). Should an institution that is meant to generate knowledge for the public good invest in or conduct research for such an ethically dubious industry?...Our University currently has 10,000 endowment shares in the Smiths Group....25% of its total sales are military and in 2002 the Smiths Group’s total military sales amounted to US$1.1 billion, and this is set to increase. Smiths’ 2002 Annual Review states that the reduction in civil aircraft production was ‘counterbalanced by rising requirements for our military aerospace and detection products’. Smiths provides a range of highly integrated systems to companies such as BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin and Boeing; there are plans to build more than 3,000 F-35 fighter aircraft, which are anticipated to be exported to countries such as Israel....The Department of Engineering Design has industrial placements with several arms manufacturers, including GKN and Weir Strachan & Henshaw. GKN has sold military helicopters to Zimbabwe and Iran, both of which have dubious human rights records. GKN has also sold arms to oppressive regimes (e.g Malaysia, Libya), as well as human rights-violating states (e.g. Turkey, Saudi Arabia). Weir Stracham & Henshaw were involved in the Food-For-Oil scandal 1991-2003. The Weir group PLC is unable to account for US$4.3 million of its Oil for Food cash. Full article | Making a Killing: Bristol Uni involvement in the arms trade | www.bristolcaat.org.uk | Oil Wars: EYE WITNESS FROM FALLUJAH SPEAKS IN BRISTOL – THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24TH | Oil Wars: The Iraq War Comes Home |



Marcha 19 de noviembre en conmemoración a Filiberto

Puerto Rico, 21.11.2005 21:09

"Pa'lante, pa'lante, un pueblo militante"



Protest Against the Prison System December 10th-11th, 2005

Richmond, 21.11.2005 21:08

On December 10th, 2005 there will be a rally against the abuse of human rights which is the prison system. The event will take place at the Oliver Hill Courthouse across from the Richmond Jail. This will be followed by a deeper discussion of these issues and on Sunday there will be a caravan to Red Onion State prison from another vigil/protest.



Act NOW to support Hampton University Students

Richmond, 21.11.2005 21:08

On Wednesday November 2, 2005 students at Hampton University participated in the Nation-Wide Student Walkout and highlighted problems such as the massive urban renewal in New Orleans, HIV and AIDS, Homophobia, the crisis in Sudan, and the War in Iraq which was sensationally repressed by the CAMPUS POLICE. During the walk-out, several students were booked just because they had on Resist or Die stickers and others were booked for looking "suspicious." Some students were even threatened with expulsion.



Weekly Anti-War Protest in Delray Beach

Miami, 21.11.2005 21:07

Weekly Anti-War Protest in Delray Beach



From CIW: URGENT ACTION ALERT: CONTACT MCDONALDS TODAY!

Miami, 21.11.2005 20:07

From CIW: URGENT ACTION ALERT: CONTACT MCDONALDS TODAY!



Stop 1,000th Execution in United States-Amnesty International Miami Chapter

Miami, 21.11.2005 19:37

Stop 1,000th Execution in United States-Amnesty International Miami Chapter



Voices With Vision -- DC Youth Movement

DC, 21.11.2005 19:08

November 17, 2005 Topics: Stopping the privitization of DC's public schools; Organizing against police harrassment Audio



LIBERIA's Elections

DC, 21.11.2005 19:08

Liberia’s recent presidential elections were cast Nov 11, and are being tallied with Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf declared front runner. Angelique Shofar, a Liberian, host of ‘Africa Meets Africa’on WPFW, Pacifica’s station in Washington DC, is not surprised that a woman on her way to becoming the first president in Africa is from Liberia…



Hypothermia Death

DC, 21.11.2005 19:08

The good news: A shelter has opened near the Randall School. The bad news: There is already one confirmed hypothermia death.



Twenty Thousand Gather at the Gates of Fort Benning to Shut Down the SOA

Miami, 21.11.2005 18:37

Twenty Thousand Gather at the Gates of Fort Benning to Shut Down the SOA



civic election results

Victoria, 21.11.2005 17:38

Mayor, incumbents returned to city hall



Update: Bass caves, House passes social spending cuts

New Hampshire, 21.11.2005 17:09

On Thursday Nov. 17, at quarter to two in the morning, the House passed the controversial Deficit Reduction Act, approving dramatic cuts to social spending, especially to federal student loan subsidies.



Transgender Day of Remembrance.

LA, 21.11.2005 16:38

Transgender Day of Remembrance.



Brutalna pacyfikacja Marszu Równości w Poznaniu

Poland, 21.11.2005 13:08

"Zomo! Gestapo!" krzyczeli uczestnicy Marszu Równości do brutalnie interweniujących policjantów. Najpierw kibice, Młodzież Wszechpolska i neofaszyści obrzucali protestujących jajkami, potem policja kopiąc i wykręcając ręce aresztowała siedzących na ziemi demonstrantów. Zatrzymano 68 osób.



Boise Neighbors Discuss Mississippi Lofts Project

Portland, 21.11.2005 10:38

Mississippi Avenue, between Skidmore and Fremont, seems to be center stage for new up-scale development. In the last two years, the identity of the area has changed rapidly. So much so, that I can no longer use data from the 2000 census reliably. Large swaths of property are being bought up by prospectors and the plans of development of churning. In the next two years the identity of this neighborhood will be very different.

4138 N Mississippi Ave, includes 200 feet of frontage on the avenue. The development team, investors, and concerned neighbors met (11.19.05) at the Mississippi Rising Ballroom to see some sketches of the development, listen to some community opinions, and field a few questions about their development.



Happy Valley Visit Faces Solid Energy Intimidation

Aotearoa, 21.11.2005 10:08

Thirty-three members of the Save Happy Valley Coalition and others from around Aotearoa and abroad spent the weekend tramping into and looking around Happy Valley, on the West Coast of the South Island. The visit to Happy Valley is part of a campaign to stop state-owned enterprise Solid Energy from devastating Happy Valley and creating an open-cast coal mine in an area home to great spotted kiwi and rare land snail. Many were seeing the valley for the first time and were struck by its pristine beauty, especially when compared to the devastation of the nearby Stockton mine [ Report ].

The visitors were themselves visited by Solid Energy security guards on the Saturday night, intent on maintaining surveillance of the anti-mining coalition. Four security guards took video footage of those camped on DOC land, sought names and attempted to issue everyone present with "pre-emptive" trespass notices relating to Solid Energy property. They appeared briefly the next morning, and were in numbers to stop any access to Stockton mine. Once out of the valley, the crew were met by a police contingent and waiting paddy wagon and made to divulge names and other details. [ Report + Photos ] [ Press Release ]

For more information visit http://www.savehappyvalley.org.nz



Clemency Plea to Singapore Government falls on deaf ears

Melbourne, 21.11.2005 09:38

Singapore Boycott called over Death Penalty



Δεύτερη δολοφονική επίθεση της Χρυσής Αυγής σ΄ ένα μήνα

Athens, 21.11.2005 09:37

Με την ανοχή του κράτους, την υποστήριξη της αστυνομίας, η δολοφονική - φασιστική συμμορία χρυσή αυγή, το Σάββατο το βράδυ στις 19 Νοέμβρη δείχνει γι άλλη μια φορά το δολοφονικό της πρόσωπο. Στο κέντρο της Αθήνας, χρυσαυγίτες πυροβολούν αδιάκριτα με επαναληπτική καραμπίνα εναντίον αντιφασιστικής συγκέντρωσης αναρχικών, με αποτέλεσμα να τραυματίσουν σοβαρά δύο περαστικούς πολίτες, ο ένας από τους οποίους κινδυνεύει να χάσει το μάτι του.

Σε έρευνα της αστυνομίας στα γραφεία τους, βρέθηκαν 6 μολότωφ, αλλά όχι η καραμπίνα που χρησιμοποιήθηκε.

Είναι η δεύτερη εγκληματική ενέργεια των φασιστών μέσα σ΄ ένα μήνα στο κέντρο της Αθήνας, μετά από το μπαράζ ξυλοδαρμών και επιθέσεων σε αυτοοργανωμένους χώρους και καταλήψεις που έχουν επιδοθεί τον τελευταίο καιρό.

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Students Unite Against the UC Regents

Santa Cruz, CA, 21.11.2005 07:38

From Indybay.org:

The U.C. Regents met at U.C. Berkeley's Clark Kerr Campus on Wednesday and Thursday, November 16th and 17th. Wednesday, the regents voted to raise student fees. On a 17-to-2 vote, they raised fees by 8 percent for undergraduates and 10 percent for graduate students. They also voted for top university administrators get pay raises; UC President Robert Dynes' base salary will increase from $395,000 to $405,000.

The regents switched the day to vote on feehikes, a day ahead of time to surprise the students and ignore their concerns. Activists from the civil rights group B.A.M.N (by any means neccesary), S.T.A.N.D (students taking action now Darfur ), U.C.S.A (University of California Student Association ), the G.R.N (Global resistance network), and hundreds of other students from all over California came to the U.C regents meeting to make an expression and demand for equal rights for all students.

Photos and more on Indybay.org



US Govt. Persecutes Akha American Family for Their Human Rights Activism

Portland, 21.11.2005 06:38

In April of 2004 the US Govt. pressured the Thai government to deport an American Akha activist from Thailand. Matthew McDaniel had complained of US Drug War policy that led to the brutal extra-judicial murders of many Akha people by Thai Security Forces. The US DEA called the drug war a "success".

US Embassy officials knew that he was being seperated from his small children and Akha wife who lived in a remote Akha village in Thailand. His wife was pregnant at the time and had to take care to the new baby on her own. Most of his possesions were either sold or looted. Matthew McDaniel lived in Thailand helping the Akha for more than 13 years. Chief players in the deportation and aftermath were Eric S. Rubin, the US Consul in Chiangmai, John F. Aloia, Emily Fisher and Ambassador Daryl Johnson.

American human rights activist from Oregon arrested in Thailand | Akha and Indymedia Activist, from Salem, Arrested in Thailand | Akha Woman Activist and Wife of Keizer Activist Persecution by US Immigration | Akha Activist Married to Oregonian with FOUR American Children Prevented from Entering US | Arturo Commando Interviews Human Rights Activist Matthew McDaniel



OPP Prisoners Contradict Sheriff's Statements, ACLU Says

New Orleans, 21.11.2005 06:08

OPP Prisoners Contradict Sheriff's Statements, ACLU Says



Students Unite Against the UC Regents

Santa Cruz, CA, 21.11.2005 06:08

From Indybay.org:

The U.C. Regents met at U.C. Berkeley's Clark Kerr Campus on Wednesday and Thursday, November 16th and 17th. Wednesday, the regents voted to raise student fees. On a 17-to-2 vote, they raised fees by 8 percent for undergraduates and 10 percent for graduate students. They also voted for top university administrators get pay raises; UC President Robert Dynes' base salary will increase from $395,000 to $405,000.

The regents switched the day to vote on feehikes, a day ahead of time to surprise the students and ignore their concerns. Activists from the civil rights group B.A.M.N (by any means neccesary), S.T.A.N.D (students taking action now Darfur ), U.C.S.A (University of California Student Association ), the G.R.N (Global resistance network), and hundreds of other students from all over California came to the U.C regents meeting to make an expression and demand for equal rights for all students.

Photos and more on Indybay.org



Vegan Prisoner in Multnomah County Jail needs our letters NOW!

Portland, 21.11.2005 04:38

Today I received a letter dated 11-9-05 from eco-defense prisoner Steve (Stephen) Marshall. Steve is being held in Multnomah County Jail in Portland, Oregon while awaiting trial. He is accused of planning to destroy equipment belonging to a quarry company, which he allegedly claimed is polluting a river.

Because of his beliefs against cruelty to animals, Steve does not eat any animal products. Steve's diet has been a huge issue the entire time he has been in custody, and he has continually struggled to get vegan food. He has repeatedly been denied vegan food, and has often gone hungry rather contribute to the oppression of animals.

On November 9th, the jail's chaplain told Steve that in order to get vegan meals, a prisoner at the jail has to "have a recognized religion." Since Steve is not claiming religious reasons for wanting vegan food, but his "own beliefs against animal cruelty," they are denying Steve the diet he needs.

Perhaps you could send Captain Turney some literature telling of the horrors of the meat, diary, and egg industries, or send him your favorite vegan recipe so he will have some ideas of what Steve should be fed. If you would rather call the jail, the telephone number is 503-988-3689. Please take a few minutes to help Steve in whatever way you can. He is a really nice guy and seems to truly care about the environment and animals. He hasn't even been convicted of a crime, but jail officials are demanding that he go against his values so that he does not starve.



This civilization is rotten to the core...

Maine, 21.11.2005 04:07

Most people have no idea that the common-denominator math of all the world's currencies forms an endless loop that generates debt faster than we can ever generate the value to pay for it. Those who scoff at this analysis have simply failed to do the math. Consequently, this civilization is verifiably based on purposeful and institutionalized deception, coercion, and exploitation. The time is long overdue to change the human equation and end the root causes of most injustice and suffering.



Voices for Animals Compassionate Holiday Leafletting

Charlottesville, 21.11.2005 03:37

Voices for Animals has scheduled a leafleting event to promote a compassionate holiday season on Saturday, December 3, from noon until 2 PM at Central Place (by the fountain) on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville. We'll hand out anti-fur and pro-animal-friendly holiday eating literature, and we'd love to have you join us. Help spread the word that the best way to celebrate the season is with kindness and reverence for all creatures. For more information, call 434-970-2026. Voices for Animals has scheduled a leafleting event to promote a compassionate holiday season on Saturday, December 3, from noon until 2 PM at Central Place (by the fountain) on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville. We'll hand out anti-fur and pro-animal-friendly holiday eating literature, and we'd love to have you join us. Help spread the word that the best way to celebrate the season is with kindness and reverence for all creatures. For more information, call 434-970-2026.



Cindy Sheehan at UC Davis

San Francisco Bay Area, 21.11.2005 03:07

Cindy Sheehan will be speak at UC Davis on November 21. Cindy Sheehan, the local peace activist and Gold Star Mother who has reinvigorated the anti-war movement throughout the country, will speak at the UC Davis Freeborn Hall on Monday, November 21, at 7:30 pm. When her son Casey was killed in Iraq in April 2004, Cindy Sheehan started to rally against the war. She began protesting in her hometown of Vacaville, California, and eventually camped out in front of President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas demanding that he speak with her. After the president’s vacation was cut short due to Hurricane Katrina, Sheehan has continued to speak out against the war and Bush’s policies. Cindy Sheehan founded Gold Star Families for Peace, and has worked across the nation on a wide range of progressive causes. Tickets are $10 general, $5 students on sale at Freeborn Hall Box office. Proceeds will go to Gold Star Families for Peace. Sponsors include the Unitarian Universalist Campus Ministry, UU Peace & Justice Group, UCD Women's Resources and Research Center, Davis Peace Coalition, Davis Religious Community for Sanctuary and Code Pink Women For Peace. For information on tickets, parking and directions to Freeborn Hall, call (530) 752-1915. More info here.




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