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 Butterfly's Bay Area Events Calendar
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Dedicated to bringing you the best in consciousness raising events, be they musical, artistic, poetic, political or spiritual.  If you know of other events of this nature, please let me know.  Please help support this calendar by becoming a member of the Butterfly Gardeners Association at or check out the info at the end of this email.
Wish of the Week
Butterfly car died.  Last month Musicians for Peace had an event each weekend.  First it was Power to the Peaceful with Michael Franti, then EarthDance, PeaceFest and finally EcoFest.  On the way back from EcoFest my car died and I am trying to raise $600 to get it out of the shop.  Please consider getting a copy of our Make Love Not War CD today. Details below.
Volunteer  opportunities.  We are looking for volunteers to work at our office in Vallejo or to work at home. These may also become staff postions when we get funded. 

Book of the Month - The Voice of the Butterfly
John Nichols's, the author of The Milagro Beanfield War, brings his vintage wit to the absurdities of modern life being challenged by an environmental  butterfly liberation movement . When Suicide City's new highway bypass threatens the home of an exquisitely obscure butterfly, aging '60s radical and continuing proponent of losing battles Charley McFarland rallies an off-the-rails band of misfits to help fight the powers that be.  Tthis time on behalf of the Rocky Mountain phistic copper butterfly. A dark comedy of ideals and unlikely heroes. 

McFarland's dysfunctional, yet oddly grace-filled Butterfly Coalition had me laughing out loud. It made me aware once again of what activists can accomplish, usually despite ourselves. As with Milagro, Nichols empowers us with a heady mix of politics and humor, a tonic needed in these times.  You can check it out and order a copy at

Movies of the Month   Check out Greg Palast: Bush Family Fortunes BBC 3 documentary on the history of the Bush family and how George W. Bush got to the White House.  Check out this great film "Liberty Bound" by Christine Rose.  What the Bleep film director has joined our network   VOICES OF DISSENT: ACTIVISM & AMERICAN DEMOCRACY

Quotation of the Week
"Literature and butterflies are the two sweetest passions known to man."   Vladimir Nabokov 

This Week's Links  Power Thoughts for Men and Positive Thoughts for Women – compelling tools for psychological and emotional healing,as well as for day-to-day living.  Bush's Folly may be duplicated/copied for public-charitable and political purposes without license or duplication fees.  Great new protest song by the Pits Band  World Court cites George Walker Bush, President of the United States and Commander-in-Chief of US military forces for serious crimes; waging a war of aggression on Afghanistan, war crimes and crimes against humanity against the Afghan people, against prisoners of war ; and the use of radioactive depleted uranium weapons of mass destruction , against the people of Afghanistan ; with serious fall out effects on 

This Week's Sponsors
Sponsors for this newsletter and memberships are welcomed. Sponsors will also be listed on the membership page for Musicians & Fine Artists for World Peace.  Please contact Alan at 707-552-9886 or email for details.   Global Peace Foundation  Lori Grace - Sunrise Center - San Rafael

Contents    *Asterisk denotes events that I plan to attend. 

Oct. 14 - 23                       Quartet No. 1 for Three Characters & Cello - SF
Thu. Oct. 14  7 pm             Women, Peace & Social Justice in Isreal & Palestine - SF
Thu. Oct. 14  9 pm           *Essence in San Francisco
Fri. Oct.15  9:30 pm            Mad Hatters Ball - SF
Oct. 15-17                          Prophets Conference - Sedona, AZ
Sat. Oct. 16 10-7 pm          TRPS Festival of Rock Posters-SF
Sat. Oct. 16  10 am            Zen & Business Plans -  Pleasant HIll
Sat. Oct. 16  5 pm              New Moon Ceremonial Sweat - Sebastopol
Sat. Oct. 16  7:30 pm          Get Out the Vote Party w. Country Joe - Berkeley
Tue. Oct. 19  7:30 pm         Jungle Medicine, From Medicine to Magic - Berkeley
Tue. Oct. 19  9 pm              ExploreSpirit Community Meeting - SF
Wed. Oct. 20  6 pm          *Arts, Music & Media Community Meeting - SF
Mon. Oct. 25  6:30 pm      *Screening of Voices of Dissent - Oakland
Tue. Oct. 26  6:30 pm         National Tribal Environmental Council Benefit - SF
Thu. Oct. 28  8 pm           *Rosa Remembers Palestine Screening - Berkeley
Thu. Oct. 28  8:30 pm         Butterfly Bush Bash 2004 Comedy Showcase - SF
Oct. 28 - Nov. 1                  Autumn Retreat with the Elder Spirits - Inverness
Sat. Oct. 30  10-5 pm         Women Working With Oneness Forum - San Rafael
Wed. Nov. 3  5 pm             Anti-War March & Rally - SF
Thu. Nov. 4  7:30 pm          The Leonard Peltier Story - SF
Nov. 5-7                           *U.S. Dept. of Peace Conference w. Dennis Kucinich - Berkeley

Oct. 14 - 23              Quartet No. 1 for Three Characters & Cello - SF

Dan Harder's play, Quartet No. 1 for Three Characters and Cello -- a Mysterious Romance, will be running for a month 

Actors' Theater, 533 Sutter, San Francisco
Opening night is October 1 and it runs Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through October 23. 

This play was a finalist in last year's Bay Area Playwright's Festival and has had five prior productions: one at the Marsh, one in Walnut Creek, a short run of the One-Act version in Salinas, and two in NYC. This time, everyone will be off-book and flying. The cello score is written by Randy Craig, cofounder of the Pickle Family Circus and general nice-guy/mad-man/genius.

If you're interested, visit the producer's website
If you want to know more about the play, visit my website

Thu. Oct. 14  7 pm          Women, Peace & Social Justice in Isreal & Palestine - SF
The Speakers:
Safa Abu-Rabiah is a coordinator of the Bedouin Women's Empowerment Program of the New Israeli Fund and an activist with The Forum for Co-Existence Between Jews and Arabs. Educated in a Jewish high-school and in Beer-Sheva University, the daughter of a Palestinian mother and a Bedouin father, Safa will discuss the different aspects of women’s struggles in the Bedouin society and in Israel in general as well as describe women’s role in the struggle for peace and reconciliation.
Hannah Safran,PhD,  is a co-founder of Coalition of Women for a Just Peace and an activist with Women in Black. As a relentless peace and social organizer in Israel and a scholar in women studies, Hannah will discuss the Israeli society, joint Israeli-Palestinian activism for reconciliation and peace, and her work to promote women’s rights for Palestinian and Israeli women.
Susan Greene, PhD, is an artist, activist and clinical psychologist. She is a member of Jews for a Free Palestine and a founding member of Break the Silence Mural Project, a group of Jewish American Women artists who, through community art projects in Occupied Palestine, work to raise awareness and critical thinking in the U.S. regarding Palestine and Israel. She recently returned from 2 months in Palestine and will share her efforts to empower youth through art.
$5-20 Sliding Scale, no one turned away
St. Boniface Church, 741 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco (bet. Jones x Leavenworth 2 blocks from Civic Center BART
This event is co-sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace and International Solidarity Movement

Thu. Oct. 14  9 pm            Essence in San Francisco

Please join Essence and the band for a stellar night of music at San Francisco's best new venue!  We promise to make it worth staying up past your bedtime.. The Independent is an amazing room and holds around 500. Please help us make a good showing in this new club, where we will preview songs for the new essence record.

Doors: 8 pm
Kaki King 9 pm
essence 9:45 pm sharp!
Heather Combs Band 11pm

The Independent, 628 Divisadero Street, (btwn Grove and Hayes St.), San Francisco
$10 advance / $12 at the door

Fri. Oct.15  9:30 pm               Mad Hatters Ball - SF

...."But I don't want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can't help that," said the Cat: "we're all mad here. I'm mad.You're mad." 
"How do you know I'm mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn't have come here."

Join us all on Friday Oct 15, for a trip dowwwwwwn into the Rabbit hole in a night of sensory chaotic madness woven to stimulate bodily gyrations to the visual and auditory vibrations of:

Tiffa Novoa, dream weaver of ONDA designs & EL CIRCO presents a fashion show/performance created especially for the Mad Hatter's Ball.  See her website at

Line up!

DREADZONE SOUND SYSTEM ft. MC SPEE fingerlickin' records/double 7/creation UK Old school originators of the some of the most wicked, catcthy grooves from the UK. 

LORIN - BASSNECTAR  The Bay Area's own swervey breakbeat rockstar comes as a complete action figure that comandeers dance floors like midget racecars on the speedway! 

Fellow freaks on decks look like this: 
ADAM OHANA/an-ten-nae,OoAh da TUrntablIst,Michele BASS aka TREE,Dov, Alibi, Dragonfly, Jocelyn, David Starfire,Rena, Mark Growden,El PaPa Chango/el circo,Adnan ,Laura/e.l.f. ,Shawna/apsara 

Upstairs lounge decor by Fuzzy Philipp

....And for a very special kind of tea party...join the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts serving tea @10pm don't be late......

$15 in costume  $20 without 
Space 550, 550 Barneveld, San Francisco 

Oct. 15-17           Prophets Conference - Sedona, AZ

Join us in Sedona for another wonderful Prophets Conference. This conference is a singularly important conference because it is when we each can take time to look deeply at finding within ourselves radiant beacons of light shining out with beauty, hope, and blessing, and thereby bringing this world desperately needed GOOD NEWS. Dustianne North, Founder of GoTT, will be speaking along with Alex Grey and other noted visionaries. GoTT will also be throwing a fabulous party onsite for all the conference attendees. Once again, the Prophets are extending a very generous offer just to our community as we have been invited to attend their conference on a donation basis (regular admission is $355).

For more information on the Prophets Conference, please visit

Sat. Oct. 16  10-7 pm                    TRPS Festival of Rock Posters-SF

Over 25 prominent artists (including Kelley, Mouse, Singer, Conklin, Moscoso, Van Hamersveld, Country Joe, Emek, Arminski, Jagmo, Chet Helms, many more) will be there as well as all the major dealers in the U.S.

Buy, Sell, Trade, Smooze, Meet the Artists, Talk It Up in Good Company! 

Check out the TRPS website for all the info at

Hall of Flowers, Golden Gate Park (9th at Lincoln), San Francisco
Admission: $5 TRPS Members / $10 General (membership available at the event)

Sat. Oct. 16  10 am            Zen & Business Plans -  Pleasant HIll

Zen and The Art of the One Page Business Plan. 
Presenter- Jim Horan, President and Founder, The One Page Business Plan.

You want to be successfully self-employed. The choices of what you can do are unlimited. The question is what will you choose to do...who will you choose to serve...and what will make your business sustainable over time?

In this highly interactive session Jim Horan, author of the best-seller book, The One Page Business Plan will lead us through a personal discovery process that will help us define the work that reflects our inner essence. Participants will learn that the process of creating a business plan is a series of dialogs, starting first with themselves, and then expanding to dialog with their communities.

Attendees will also learn that what they leave out of their One Page Business Plan...may be more important than what they keep in the plan.

While many say it's uncool and inappropriate to talk about or define this session we are going to talk extensively about Zen, business and you! Don't miss this session!

Mr. Horan speaks to audienes all across the United States, helping business owners and CEO's systematically make their businesses more profitable. Jim has the unique ability to take complex business situations and make them simple. His presentations are always lively with lots of audience interaction, they leave with pratical information and solutions  that they can implement immediately.

For more info visit Jim's web site 

JFK University, Room N263, 100, Ellinwood Way, Pleasant HIll

Sat. Oct. 16  5 pm          New Moon Ceremonial Sweat - Sebastopol

Come purify, release what no longer serves you, and empower your intentions supported by the elements, ritual, and your community.  After the sweat, we float in the warm pool and then have a potluck dinner. This is a popular event at Healing Oasis; confirmations are already coming in, so please contact us soon to reserve your space in the lodge.

$30/single, $50/couple
Healing Oasis, Sebastopol

Sat. Oct. 16  7:30-10:30 pm        Get Out the Vote Benefit w. Country Joe - Berkeley

FUN(D) RAISER Dance for getting out the vote in the Swing States!

Oldies rock and roll--bring your friends and groove to:

Country Joe McDonald
Kevin Griffin1s Rough Draft
James Baraz's band

Thousand Oaks School, 840 Colusa (off Solano Ave), Berkeley
$25 suggested donation (or whatever you can afford)
All Proceeds Go to A.C.T.  America Coming Together for getting out the vote in Swing States
Tickets sold at the door
Get a block of tickets to sell or give to your friends
For more information call Jane Baraz at 510-525-0322 or

Tue. Oct. 19  7:30 pm        Jungle Medicine, From Medicine to Magic - Berkeley

Connie Grauds will talk about "Jungle Medicine, From Medicine to Magic."

Connie Grauds, R.Ph., is the President of the Association of Natural Medicine Pharmacies; Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, University of California, San Francisco; Adjunct Professor. University of Minnesota, Center of Spirituality and Healing,  Pointing to the limitations of conventional medicine, she will share her personal and professional transformation. when she, as a trained scientist and medical insider, explored the world where spirit and matter meld.

Fireside Room of St.John's Presbyterian Center, 2727 College Ave, Berkeley
For information, please, contact

Tue. Oct. 19  9 pm          ExploreSpirit Community Meeting - SF

Please join the ExploreSpirit project leaders next Tuesday as the community comes together to discuss current/ongoing projects and brainstorm ideas for future endeavors.

Some snacks provided. Bring more to share!

43 Norfolk Street (between 11th and 12th St; cross street Harrison), San Francisco

Stephen Trichter, ExploreSpirit Executive Director - an Organization for the Exploration of Spiritual Consciousness

Wed. Oct. 20  6 pm              Arts, Music & Media Community Meeting - SF

Pathways Opening Night .  Weekly arts and media community meet and greet, trade exhibit, and showcase of performers, films, music, video art, visual art, and more. Demo talent live in a relaxed atmosphere, make connections, and create new pathways to where you want to be. Wireless web access included, bring your laptop to show off your web site, or trailer for your show.

Alan Moore will be having a table for Musicians & Fine Artists for World Peace and speaking about his organization.
See details at

6 pm to Midnight.
StudioZ Gallery, 1515 Folsom, @11th, San Francisco  Studio Z Ph: 415 252-7666
Registration: Includes your first drink. (Beer, wine, or cocktail)
Limited Space Please Pre Book at  and to read more for discount tickets and submissions.
$  5 Subscribers
$ 10 Members
$15 nonmembers

Mon. Oct. 25  6:30 pm            Screening of Voices of Dissent - Oakland

It features our Make Love Not War protest, Martin Sheen, Woody Harrelson, Al Franken, Arianna Huffington, Medea Benjamin, Jim Hightower,  Daniel Ellsberg, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Ambassador Joe Wilson, Paul Krugman, Kevin Philliips, Will Durst, Rene Hicks, and many more great progressive voices.

Special Event & Screening, with entertainment and presentations from SPECIAL SURPRISE GUESTS.  In person:  filmmakers & Entertainment.
Co-hosted by Oakland Vice-Mayor Nancy Nadel, Oakland Film Commission, 
Spettro's Restaurant and Grand Lake Theater owner Allen Michaan.

6:30 pm - Gourmet reception - Food by Chef Crickett of Spettro's.
7:15 pm - Screening of VOICES OF DISSENT, by Karil Daniels
8 pm - Entertainment, Q&A with filmmaker and guests.

Grand Lake Theater, 3200 Grand Ave. Oakland  (510) 452-3556
General admission $15, Students/Seniors $10.

Tue. Oct. 26  6:30-8:30 pm         National Tribal Environmental Council Benefit - SF

The National Tribal Environmental Council (NTEC) is planning an exciting silent auction Fundraiser.  NTEC works with and assists tribes across the country protect, preserve and promote wise management of natural resources.

Come and enjoy panoramic views of the Bay, live jazz from Blue Bossa, drinks and hors d'oeuvres, a fabulous silent auction and a keynote address by former President Of the National Congress of American Indians, Susan Masten.

Host Committee:
Robert Redford
LaDonna Harris, President, Americans for Indian Opportunity - The Christensen Fund
John E. Echohawk, Executive Director, Native American Rights Fund
David Getches, Professor and Dean, University of Colorado School of Law
Kevin Gover, former Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, US Dept. of the Interior
Jacqueline Johnson, Executive Director, National Congress of American Indians
David Lester, Executive Director, Council of Energy Resources Tribes
Joseph Myers, Chairman, California Indian Museum and Cultural Center - The San Francisco Foundation
Richard Trudell, Executive Director, American Indian Resources Institute

Carnelian Room, Bank of America, 555 California St., San Francisco
Admission: $75
RSVP: or call 415-464-9211

Thu. Oct. 28  8 pm           Rosa Remembers Palestine Screening - Berkeley

A  new documentary by local film-maker Wendy Campbell who will be in attendance.  Every American should see this!

Rosa is a Palestinian refugee whose family was one of hundreds of thousands of non-Jewish Palestinians who were forced to flee their homes, their businesses, their farms and their homeland in 1948 when they created the Jewish state of Israel. Rosa shares her vivid memories of that harrowing time which still haunt her to this day in an interview with local film-maker Wendy Campbell.  Americans rarely hear about the experiences that Palestinians suffered when Israel was created, and even today, Israel1s ethnic cleansing campaign funded with US tax dollars is rarely portrayed accurately in the pro-Israel US media.  Shocking recent footage of the Israeli army demolishing Palestinian homes with Caterpillar machinery paid for with US tax dollars is included, showing how the Israelis have never really stopped attacking  the Palestinians and stealing their land, with implicit support from the US government. (about 1 hour)

$10- $20  No one turned away for lack of funds
La Pena Cultural  Center, 3105 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley   510-849-2568

For more info on this documentary and other documentaries please visiit

Thu. Oct. 28  8:30 pm                 Butterfly Bush Bash 2004 Comedy Showcase - SF

Have you been bombarded by the same boring, repetitive campaign news lately?  Well take a break for a night of supercharged comedy. We will be showcasing the funniest political comedy this side of the Mississippi!  You get to Q&A with the one and only George W!  Featuring the San Francisco Political All Stars.  Your host Ian Jensen will be performing his almost perfect, sometimes not even close, impression of George W Bush in the same show Featured on NPR and the documentary "Something about W"

He hopefully will get enough folks in the seats to make a donation from the shows proceeds to our butterfly and music network, so please try to attend.  Alan    Please see
Also on Oct. 28.

$10   Call (415) 398-4129 for reservations  
50 Mason, SF Comedy Club, 1 Block West from Powell Bart (Mason and Eddie), San Francisco 

Oct. 28 - Nov. 1          Autumn Retreat with the Elder Spirits - Inverness
Anima Mundi (Soul of the World) Incorporated welcomes you to An Autumn Retreat with the Elder Spirits with interspecies communication pioneer, Penelope Smith at the Golden Temple of Divine Love on The Floating Island of Peace Inverness ridge (near Point Reyes Station, CA)
Beginning with a Full Moon Healing Circle on Penelope’s Birthday, Thursday, October 28, 7:00 PM and continuing October 29 through November 1, Samhain/All Saints’ Day, 10 AM-late afternoon 
Suggested Donation: $15-$50 for the evening circle and $88-$200 for each day you attend
In this age of evolution from dualistic to unified consciousness, we are summoned to nurture the Earth and heal our deepest sense of separation borne through lifetimes of travel in this physical realm. Our wise ancestor spirits, the Ancient Grandmothers and Grandfathers, conduct us deeper into our true source of divine power within. Since Penelope was initiated into the circle of the Ancient Grandmothers, she has worked with these powerful, compassionate, loving, and delightful elder spirits for guidance and healing. The Ancient Grandfathers help hold the circle of energy and conduct the wisdom and healing power of the Ancient Grandmothers. These circles have deeply touched many souls and places wherever they have been held around the world.
Full Moon Circle October 28 7:00 PM Gather at the Floating Island of Peace; 7:30 The circle begins in the Golden Temple of Divine Love as we call our guiding spirits and animal powers from all the directions, drumming, rattling and chanting together to set the tone, heightening our energy for the arrival of the Elder Spirits. We bask in their palpable presence, hear their songs, music, and stories within and around us, and feel the transformational energy of their healing power. Group singing, drumming and sharing of experiences close the circle; 9:00 Socializing and potluck sharing.
Enjoy the peaceful, magnificent Inverness, California ridge top setting, overlooking the ocean with views to San Francisco. You are welcome to bring sacred objects to contribute and gather healing power in the circle, drums, rattles, or other musical instruments, a backjack, pillow or blanket for extra comfort, and a potluck snack or drink.
October 29 through Samhain/All Saints Day, November 1; 10 AM-late afternoon We will see what the Elder Spirits have in store for us for this magical season of shamanic revelation. Our time together will include filling our communal cauldron with our healing intentions and desires, calling our guiding spirits and animal powers from all the directions, drumming, rattling, singing, chanting, shamanic journeying, and crafting sacred ceremonial pieces. We are moved by the presence of these powerful spirits, hear and express their songs, music, and stories within and around us, and feel the transformational energy of their healing power. 
You are welcome to bring drums, rattles, or other musical instruments, and a backjack, pillow or blanket for extra comfort. Bring a large candle that expresses your spirit, and stones, crystals, herbs, feathers, amulets, clothing, photos, totems or other sacred items to use in rituals and place on the altar and for crafting sacred ceremonial pieces.  A catered vegetarian lunch will be provided.
Recommended preparation for the retreat: Shamanic journey practice, interspecies communication training, previously attending Elder Spirit gatherings. 
Advance registration. To let us know you wish to attend and to receive directions contact or call 415-663-1247. Indicate which days you wish to attend. Send check or money order to Penelope Smith, PO Box 1060, Point Reyes, CA 94956 Exchanges of house, garden, office, advertising, photography and catering work considered.

Sat. Oct. 30  10-5 pm               Women Working With Oneness Forum - San Rafael

Women Working With Oneness: A forum for women in service to life

A one day forum for women to explore the question: How do we as women link the desire to be of service to life with our need to reconnect with a feminine way of being? 

Our intention is to bring awareness to new ways that women can work together in service to life. This event is for all women, and provides an opportunity to learn and experience the emerging paradigm of oneness. The forum will bring together women from different nonprofit organizations, as well as women from diverse spiritual and cultural traditions, to share their wisdom about the link between feminine spirituality and social transformation in our families, communities, and in the world.

With facilitators Sobonfu Somé, Anne Scott, Paulette Fox and Habibe Husain 

Peacock Gap Country Club, 333 Biscayne Drive, San Rafael, California 
Cost: $85 (Includes Box Lunch)
For more information and detailed description please visit the WHAT'S NEW page on this website.
Registration:  (707)824-2885 

DreamWeather Foundation is an educational nonprofit organization in Sonoma County, providing forums, workshops and retreats for women in the northern Bay Area and other parts of the country. 

Wed. Nov. 3  5 pm           Anti-War March & Rally - SF

END the OCCUPATION - OUT of IRAQ NOW!  No matter who's elected, we say No to war and repression.

On November 3rd we will still be against the war, the police state restrictions of the Patriot Act, and the continuing attacks on our immigrant communities.  Bring flashlights, drums, and noisemakers. Permitted event.

Powell and Market, San Francisco
Evening march to 24th and Mission.

Sponsored by Not in Our Name  510-601-8000

Endorsed by many Bay  Area organizations, including the Middle East Children’ s Alliance, International ANSWER,  Bay Area  United  Against Wa r, Queers for Peace and Justice, Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace, and the Peninsula Peace and Justice Center

Thu. Nov. 4  7:30 pm            The Leonard Peltier Story - SF

ANSWER Film Series: "Incident at Oglala: the Leonard Peltier Story" with a update on the struggle to free Leonard Peltier

In 1974, two FBI agents were killed in a gun battle on the Pine Ridge reservation. Leonard Peltier, a leader of the American Indian Movement (AIM) was falsely convicted of the murders, although critical evidence proved his innocence. Peltier's arrest and trial were politically motivated shams. This exciting documentary reconstructs events surrounding the incident, highlighting the overwhelming FBI repression and atmosphere of government terror on the reservation. It also shows the viewer the brave efforts of American Indians like Peltier to organize and fight back. Free Leonard Peltier! 1992, 90 min.

Please also see A Message from Harvey Arden on Behalf of Leonard Peltier to John Kerry at  
If you contact Harvey you can join his Free Leonard Peltier group.

$5 donation
ATA, 992 Valencia St. at 21 Street, San Francisco
For more information, call 415-821-6545

Nov. 5-7             U.S. Dept. of Peace Conference w. Dennis Kucinich - Berkeley

Peace is Possible: A Conference on Establishing a Cabinet Level U.S. Department of Peace
Learn how to be an effective citizen advocate for the establishment of a U.S. Department of Peace!

Please join us this November 5th, 6th and 7th in the San Francisco bay area for our Peace is Possible Conference. We will focus on the historic opportunity to establish a U.S. Department of Peace.

Regardless what happens in the November election, this is a critical time to create a powerful citizen's peace campaign.

Scheduled to appear: 
Congressman Dennis Kucinich 
Marshall Rosenberg (Center for Nonviolent Communication)
Marianne Williamson (Best-selling author and activist) and many more to be announced soon!

Martin Luther King Auditorium, 1871 Rose Street, Berkeley

To learn more about this legislation and how to get involved, visit our website at

Register Now!
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.