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Privacy Threats Hide In Security Bill   storing the
"lifetime travel history of each foreign national or United States 
citizen" into a database for the convenience of government officials.
nothing that would preclude recording the
details of trips that Americans take inside the United States. pResident
Bush would be required to create a "secure information sharing" network _22-5415111.html?tag=zdfd.newsfeed

New World Order (NWO)new american century: statement of principles
when hitler published mein kampf, it plainly stated many objectives 
that when later realized still managed to take people by surprise.  
don't be surprised. read the headcount. 1997:

Oppose Using Intelligence Reform to Cloak Worst Immigration Legislation 
in a Decade

  How Gullible Are You? 'W' Wants To Know

Help Kerry: Boycott Sinclair! Don't let Sinclair Broadcasting push 
propaganda as a news item!
  We're approaching our 80th advertiser pullout!  Great work everybody. :)

Global Justice Ecology Project

 Pre-9/11 World Trade Center Power-Down " by Victor Thorn

Stream the video " the world according to bush" a CBC documentary

 Spread the Word About Prop. 66 From: ACLU of Southern  California
 Fix Three Strikes, Yes on 66,  POB 163330, Sacramento, CA  95816
 EPA needs to remove the gag 

Michael Franti -
10/23- Craigslist Foundation Community Bash - 10:00pm    
11/26 -  The Fillmore San Francisco, CA   
11/27 -  The Fillmore San Francisco, CA   

# The Victoria Theatre and Indymedia Present UNEMBEDDED FILM SERIES
 Eleven Days of Cracking the Media Monopoly Oct 21-31 Victoria Theatre
  General Admission tickets $9, students and seniors $5.
  Pass for all films $35. (Includes entry to 14 different programs.) SCHEDULE October 2004
  21 (Thu)
 7pm: Republican National Unconvention [Unconventional TV (56 min.) &
 The Majority Report (45 min.)]**
 9pm: Miami Model (Indymedia, 90min)**
22 (Fri)
 7pm: Shocking and Awful - Iraq (Deep Dish, 30min); We Interrupt This
 Empire (Video Activist Network, 52min)**
 9pm: The Oil Factor (Free Will productions, 93min)**
 23 (Sat)
 7pm: Shocking and Awful - Three shorts program 1 (Deep Dish, 90min)**
 9pm: Miami Model (Indymedia, 92min)**
 24 (Sun)
 3pm: Battle for Broad (Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign,
 25min); Surplus (ATMO, 52min)
 5pm: Republican National Unconvention [Unconventional TV (56 min.) &
 The Majority Report (45 min.)]**
 25 (Mon)
 7pm: Copy This Tape (Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign,
 17min); The California Freedom Bus Tour (Women's Economic Agenda
 Project - WEAP, 12 min); March for Justice (Community Homeless
 Alliance Ministry - CHAM, 25min); March for Compassion and Spiritual
 Renewal (WEAP, CHAM 60min, excerpts)
 9pm: Battle for Broad (Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign,
 25 min); Poverty Outlaw (Poor People's Economic Human Rights
 Campaign, 60 min)
 26 (Tue)
 7pm: End of Suburbia (Electric Wallpaper, 83min)***Presentation by
 The Post Carbon Institute after the film**
 9pm: Republican National Unconvention (In
# Oct 22 Events to Stop Police Brutality

# Global WALKOUT for Peace, Freedom & Justice for all
 FRI OCT 22, 2004

#  Fri Oct 22 7pm Next Generation invites you to TURN THE TIDE!
 exhilarating eve activism inspiration bnft youth act
 (VIP 6pm $35/50 couple) Marin Center in San Rafael, CA $12/5 stud

# 10/22-Progressive Bridges Across SF Fri Oct 22 7PM Canvas Cafe
1200 9th Avenue (Lincoln) Supervisor Candidates Robert Haaland and 
Ross Mirkarimi and School Board 
Candidates Mark Sanchez, Eric Mar, Jane Kim and Dr. James Calloway. 
Music, spoken word and speeches will be a part of the mix. Free, 

# Fri Oct 22 GONDOLA MAYONAISE FUNNEL Mimi Barr Gallery, 3153 16th
 St  7 – 11pm Mat O'Brien, Joseph Hart, Derrick Snodgrass, Ryan Wallace, 
Chris Duncan 
# Open Screening Fri Oct 22 7:30 pm $5 Artists' Television Access
 992 Valencia @ 21st   squidlist/calendar 

# Butterfly: Julia Butterfly Hill Docu Screen Fri Oct 22 8pm Free
 By Doug Wolens 16mm, Color, 80 minutes Varnish Fine Art + Wine Bar
77 Natoma @ 1st & 2nd / Mission & Howard
# U.S. Provisional Authority Fri Oct 22 8:00 $0 FREE show Trinity Chapel Concert Hall
2320 Dana St., Between Bancroft and Durant Ave. Berkeley

# Fri Oct 22 8PM Hush Hush 496 14th St.  FUNdraiser: Thanksgiving 
Gathering Scholarship 21+

# How To Behave Screening Fri Oct 22 8:30pm - 10pm free
 How to behave on Folsom Street   How to be the Toiletmaster
How to Gamble    How to Scalp Some Tickets      Plus:
* How to Retire a Printer    * How to Drive in Sacramento
* How to Drive an ATV   * How to be a Rabbi
 Mighty 119 Utah St @ 15th / Potrero

# Fri Oct 22 9PM AMNESIA 853 Valencia @ 20th St. Pronoia Project  
BLOCKBUSTER! No stars, No buzz, No advance screenings, No butter 
 ...and No late (night) fees starring: BEN CHUN  SUNDER  PIETER RIZEN 
RAYDEUS visuals by VJ SCIENCE $0 b4 11PM $2 advance, or if you
surrender your Blockbuster card, or if you wear a royal blue polo shirt 
and khakis $5 after 11PM [Not sponsored by Netflix or Le Video or your 
corner mom & pop video shop... we just think Blockbuster and all the 
other corporate megaliths SUCK.]

# SF Bay Area "Still Kinky After All These Years"
 The Society of Janus is celebrating its 30th year of being the second  
oldest pansexual BDSM organization in the country. Come celebrate with  
us, as we honor our founder, Cynthia Slater, and other SF leather  
pioneers, who helped created the foundations of the leather community  
we are so proud to be a part of today.
 Friday Night, Oct 22nd -- Special Tribute Dinner, with special guests  
such as: Guy Baldwin, Cleo Dubois, Dossie Easton, Jack Fritscher, Sybil  
Holiday, Robert Morgan Lawrence, Fakir Musafar, Carol Queen, and  
 Saturday afternoon, Oct 23rd -- Co-Sponsored Leather Community event --  
honoring our past through a pictorial history by Fakir Musafar and Cleo  
Dubois, an interview with Guy Baldwin, and a special address to the  
leather community by Dossie Easton. Raffles, auctions, and more!  
Proceeds from this event will go to benefit an AIDS organization.
 Saturday night, Oct 23rd -- time to PARTY! We'll be rolling the cost of  
admission back to 1974 prices for this one. Special music, decorations,  
food ... and, of course, the hot energy of the SF leather community.  

# Circles of Sound MUSIC FESTIVAL and Community Gathering 3 day campout
 All Ages family event. Minors please come attended by 18+ guardian.
Licenced EMTs will be present on this PRIVATE camping and event facilities 
on a beautiful lake in the forest.

 # The Artist In Residence Program 
"Transmogrifications" by Michael Kerbow (mixed media / sculp)
"Ermine and Starlight" by Sandy Drobny (textil/weav/mixmed)
5-9p Fri Oct 22, 1-5p Sat Oct 23 503 Tunnel Ave. SF

# 10/23: Birdwatching By Canoe!
 Join Save The Bay for Birding By Canoe in Palo Alto! Come explore the  
beautiful Palo Alto Baylands and celebrate the fall migration along the  
Pacific Flyway. As we paddle and observe the wildlife activity in these  
protected wetlands, we will discuss the importance of this habitat to  
the winged visitors of autumn. 9:00 AM - 2:00 PMMembers $35,  
Non-members $45.  510-452-9261.

# 10/23: Fall Fruit Tasting & Cooking Demonstrations (berkeley)
 The best local organic farmers and prepared food vendors plus the
Berkeley Farmers’ Market annual FALL FRUIT TASTING
with COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS by Annie Somerville (Greens Restaurant;  
author, Field of Greens) and Lucy Aghadjian (Lucy Aghadjian Catering)
Sat Oct 23 Free 10am to 3pm (tasting)
Berkeley Farmers’ Market Center St. at Martin Luther King, Jr. Way

# 10/23: WALK FOR FARM ANIMALS SF Start Ferry Building
Reg 10am Walk: 11am Distance: 2.5 miles

# Toward Culture of Sustainability Symp Sat Oct 23 10a-6p $15/20/30 
ON NATURE John Milton - Sacred Passage David Seaborg - World Rain
forest Fund Robert White Mountain - Midnight Strong Heart Society
of the Lakota Nation    ON CONSERVATION
 Jaime Chaves - UCLA Center for Tropical Research
Julia Butterfly Hill - Circle of Life   Melissa Nelson - Cultural Conservancy
 ON ART Sam Bower - Manech Ibar - Vth Season
Alison Stenger - Archeologist and Curator   MODERATED BY
 Matt Mellen - The Web of Hope: Best Practices in Sustainability
Presidio: Moraga @ Montgomery
# The Drop Lantos Not Bombs Coalition is sponsoring an anti-war,
pro-peace-and-justice rally on Saturday, October 23rd, 2004.  This event 
will be held at 12:00 noon and ending at 3:00 PM in the San Mateo City 
Central Park (on El Camino Real between 3rd. and 5th streets) at the stage
 area behind the Senior Center.  Featured speakers will include Paul
George  of the Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, Maad Abu-Ghazalah,
primary  Democratic Congressional candidate for the 12th Congressional
District, and  Pat Gray, 12th District Green Party candidate and others. 
Entertainment  will be provided by the Veterans for Peace group, “Annie
and the
Vets.”  After the rally, we will walk the short distance over to 4th and
El  Camino where we will have a moving picket line in front of
Representative  Tom Lantos’ office.  Come one…Come all.  Protest the war
in Iraq and the  Patriot Act, the militarization of our schools, etc.  
Support Peace and  Justice. Carol 650-857-0927

# 10/23: WATER IS LIFE - benefit for bringing water to West Africa
Sat Oct 23 Door 3PM, Show 4-8P EL RIO, 3158 Mission $10  415-864-3576

# Sat Oct. 23 ART AUCTION Adobe Books, 3166 16th st. 3 – 9pm;f=1;t=2587

 )’( NORTH BAY DECOMPRESSION Sat Oct 23 4p-2a Santa Rosa, CA
 Interactive Art Installs - Live Music - Theme Camps - Black Rock DJs -
Art Cars - Fire Art Installations - Fire Performers - Burning Man Slide  
 Video Showroom - Playa-wear Fashion Show - Food & Bar - Outdoor Art  
Park - 3 Performance Stages - Magicians - Costume Swap - And YOU!
 Confirmed Acts so far: Adam Ohana - Freddy Clark - Magically Inclined -
Swami Beyondananda - Virtual Playa - Phoenix Rising - The Cohorts
Zack Darling - & Many more to come!
 Bring your art, decor from your camp, digital photos & videos, and of  
course your most amazing playa costumes.
 $10 with Black Rock City attire - $20 with Street wear
Outdoor Interactive Art Park FREE!
All ages (kids under 12 free), 21+ to drink
  BBQ Restaurant & Lounge
3345 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa (next to Days Inn)
 volunteer, bring your theme camp, playa art, or perform?  Email:  Deadline for artist check-in:  Wednesday,  
October 20th.   To join, send a blank email to    )’(   

# 24 For Change Sat Oct 23 5pm-2am $5 14 of SF’s
best songwriters, alongside  a collection of aerial artists, activists,
and other concerned  citizens  join together for an evening of
entertainment  and inspiration.  performances by Jared
Karol, Sonya Greta, Nick Nethaniel, Rupa, Joe Ledbetter, Teri
Untalan, Blue Buddha, Nate Cooper, Shavi Blake, Brent Malin,
James Moore, Uni and her Ukelele, Happy Turtle, and very special
guests, Sandfly.  Also, Carrie Rosenbaum  and frends will be
performing a special work of aerial performance.   Plus, there will
be Cold ones from Speakeasy  Brewery, All natural sparkling juice
from Switch, and free food donated by Happy Boy Organic Farms!
 "Busking Against Bush" Cell Space 2050 Bryant @ 19th St.)
$ 5

# Black Cat Ball (Benefiting Animal Rescue) Sat Oct 23 6-10pm $35  
 Peninsula Yacht Club 1536 Maple Street Redwood City

# Uncensored celebration release party "Censored 2005" 6:30pm Oct 23 
 King Middle School, 1781 Rose St. @ Grant, 2 blocks North of Cedar,
Berkeley. Keynote Catherine Austin Fitts, founder/pres/Solari and 
whistle-blowing former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban 
Development. Reporters to be honored include Amy Goodman, Greg 
Palast, Dennis Bernstein, Michele Chossudovsky, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. 
Reception includes awards, a video art performance, live music, book 
signing, hors d'oeuvres and a no-host wine bar. $15/sliding scale. 
(707) 664-2500; 

# Nonprofit Boot Camp 8:30a Sat Oct 23 SF Metreon.  $50  

# community bash We're looking forward to seeing you at the Nonprofit 
Boot Camp on Sat,  10/23. Full details are online at  It's amazing to see how 
well things are coming together for the Boot Camp, VIP Reception & 
Community Bash. Below is the eFlyer for the Community Bash (feel free 
to pass it on!), which is going to be an amazing gathering of the best 
of Bay Area artistic culture. Hope to see you all there, as entry is 
free to attendees of Boot Camp & VIP Reception 

# VIP RECEPTION Sat Oct 23 7-9pm Terra 511 Harrison @ 1st $100
Mayor Gavin Newsom “Nonprofit Apprec. Day” +Fndr of Craigslist Craig Newmark
Your ticket also includes admission to the Community Bash from 9pm – 2am.rra 

Join Craigslist Foundation, our Nonprofit Boot Camp graduates, Mayor Gavin Newsom (who will issue a Proclamation for “Nonprofit Appreciation Day”) and Founder of Craigslist Craig Newmark for our VIP Reception on Saturday, October, 23rd from 7-9pm at SF’s newest urban event space, Terra. Enjoy celebrity appearances, top musicians, artists and dancers, amazing cuisine and fine drink, and a chance to network with the emerging nonprofit community, all while supporting Craigslist Foundation! 
Your ticket also includes admission to the Community Bash from 9pm – 4am. ($20)
Tickets at the door will be on a $100 – $1,000 sliding scale, and are available by invitation only. To request an invitation, or if you are a community leader interested in serving as a VIP Reception Host (your $1000 donation includes entrance for you and 9 guests) please Contact Us.

# Whack Bush-Bushwhacked! Sat Oct 23 8 PM-12 $6 Presented by:
 Matt Heckert: And Kal Spelletich:
 Artsits Television Access 992 Valencia @ 21st

# Godfather of Hip Hop Culture, Afrika Bambaataa 10/23 9p-4a $15/$20 
 True Skool 5-Year Anniversary Millenium of the Gods Album Tour/Release
 Featuring an exclusive 2-hour set from Amen-Ra of Universal Hip Hop  
Father of Electro Funk Sound, Afrika Bambaataa
(Planet Rock Music, Universal Zulu Nation, Tommy Boy, NYC)
 Freestyle session including: Prozack Turner (Foreign Legion)
Psychokinetics  Felonious  Real Live Show (Stimulus & Dionysus)
Raashan Ahmad (Crown City Rockers) Spaztik Emcee Won Way 
(ThinkBeat) plus many more To Be Announced...
   On the wheels of steel: Coop D'ville (True Skool)
Jah Yzer (Jah Warrior Shelter)  J-Boogie (Beatsauce / Om Records)
Platurn (Oakland Faders)  Mr. E (Papalote / Da Joint)
Sake 1 (Local 1200)  Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist (True Skool)
 Dance performance by: Soul Sector/Head Hunters
 @ DNA Lounge, 375 11th St. (@ Harrison), 21+  $15

# Boom Boom A Ragga Jungle Drum-n-Bass Live Hip-Hop Explosion
 10 - 4am Sat Oct 23  Oakland Noodle Factory 1255 26th St @ Union
West Oakland
 (Jah Warrior Hi-Fi)    Flya Wata
 Rocker T                  Word Warriors
 Jah Yzer                   Sunru Skywalker
 Jenicyde                  Empireal
 Yao Chris                 Aima
 Baumjatarasti          Ahsabi Monique
 EarthCloth Design Crew
    Abyssinian Roots  Special Performance by         Goddess Funk (Female Brazilian Drum Troupe) 

#  Sun Oct 24 BIG BAY AREA HULA HOOP DAY! Dolores Park, DJ

# Sun Oct. 24 CLARION ALLEY BLOCK PARTY Valencia/17/18th 2 – 10pm
 Murals up and down the entire alley by local artists. Bands: The Rabbles; Tincture; The Ramp; Marky P; Old Grandad; Vomica; The Skanx; Full Moon Partisans; Dirty Dirty; Train Wreck Riders; Gypsie; Hello Noisy; Strange Face; Ezra Punk; The Mutilated Manequins;… If you’ve never been to one before, check the link below for a small sample:

# Meet the International Caravan for Justice in Juarez and Chihuahua
 Sun Oct 24, 7pm 766 Valencia @ 19th   

# Hel-O-Weeny SUN OCT 24 6-LAST CALL. FREE.  Hel on Ice!
 horror, animations, comics, costumes, dancing, and puppet action.
 Screening @ 8PM - SHARP! IL PIRATA 2007 16TH St. @ Utah/potrero
 # I Have NO Mouth & I Must Scream! Sun Oct 24 8pm free
 SILENT HORROR FILMS FOR HALLOWEEN: Adventures of Prince Achmed 
(Shadow Puppet fantasy animation from 1926) -German-
earliest existing feature length animation. - very cool shadow
puppets...a must see for film-makers, visual designers, artists...very
cool style and look for story telling...
 HAXAN, or Witchcraft Through the Ages (Banned by the Pope, 1922) 
Torture, mayhem, witchcraft, seduction, devil worship, a nice flogging
or two, dancing nuns ... everything a girl needs to feel whole in this
modern age...very fun... live musical accompaniment by THE AHL-I NAFS

# Bridge School Benefit Oct 24 (Shoreline, Mtn. View)

# "Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election" Mon Oct 25 7 pm
story about the battle for the Presidency in Florida and the undermining 
of democracy in America.  suspicious irregularities, electoral injustices,
sinister voter purges in state governed by winning candidate's brother. 
George W. Bush stole the presidency of the United States... 
and got away with it. followed by a discussion around the upcoming 
presidential selection.
 Grand Lake Neighborhood Center, 530 Lake Park Ave, Oakland  $1.oo  

# Michael Franti & Spearhead Oct 25 Mateel Community Ctr. Redway
Doors 7pm with music 7:30pm. ending 11 pm 707-923-4599
# 10/25: Independent Exposure - Halloweird Edition 21 + 111 Minna

# Mon Oct 25 NEW STEREO VIDEO SHOWING @Milk, 1840 Haight 10p-2a
 Every Monday Lonnie Toft Skate Club with DJ Ted Shred. This Monday
first video showing of WAY OUT EAST BY STEREO SKATEBOARDS. 
12 X 12 screen

# Campus Vegetarian Outreach  Oct 26 5:30 PM JFK University, 
100 Ellinwood Way, Pleasant Hill Advocates will distribute vegan lit
 to JFK students. 
# Michael Franti 11/26 + 11/27 Fillmore SF

# 10/26: RANKED CHOICE VOTING INFO- At the Commonwealth Club, 7pm Tuesday  
 6:30 p.m., Registration | 7:00 p.m., Program 595 Market
RICHARD DeLEON, PhD, SFSU. STEVEN HILL, Author “Fixing Elections:

# Richard Rants with guests Nykk Fell, Corndog John and Eddie Spaghetti 
will be taking callers and discussing the last round of debates and the 
potential theft of the election.
 SF Access - Cable Channel 29 > Tuesday, October 26, 9:30p-10 pm
 also special pre-election show on Oct 29 8:30-9:30 pm.  

# 10/27: District 11 Candidate Forum - 6:30-8pm - 5845 Mission

# Wed Oct 27 7pm Santa Cruz Talk and booksigning Starhawk reads fro
Earth Path: Grounding Your Spirit in the Rhythms of Nature. $12 adm
or free with book First Cong Church 900 High St 877-429-9600

# 10/27: DR. KEVIN DANAHER - 
santa cruz 7pm $20.

Wed, Oct 27 7 pm Documentary: Fahrenheit 911 Humanist Hall
390 27th Street, between Broadway and Telegraph Oakland

# dorkbotSF meet 150 folsom oct 27 wed 7:30pm
 Thomas Williams - VJ Morphology
 Lynn Hershman Leeson - DiNA
 Garnet Hertz - Control

# East Bay Spinning and Hooping  9p-Midnight, Wednesdays Spaz 
warehouse, West Berkeley 3rd and Jones 1 blk north of Cedar, west of 
San Pablo), turn right onto 3rd - it's the first door.  $5 donat 
 beginner poi class that meets right before the jam, so if there early,
wait until they're done. room for fire outside, just one at a time.

# 10/28 7-11pm. Art Opening- Fly In The Ointment at Varnish Gallery 
Bronze sculpture, mixed media sculpture and oil paintings
77 Natoma

# SF Radical Women forum, Thu Oct 28 7pm 1908  Mission
 Revolutionary Feminist Candidates Challenge the Two-Party System
 hearty fall supper, with veg option, 6:15pm for a $6.50 donation.   

# Fri Oct 29 Starhawk will read from her new book, Earth Path: 
Grounding Your Spirit in the Rhythms of Nature.
7p Adobe Books 3166 Sixteenth @ Valencia & Guerrero 

# Liberation Now! Exhibit Oct 29 - Oct 31 UC Berkeley
 Visit the EBAA exhibit at the National Student Animal Rights

# National Student Animal Rights Conference  Liberation Now! $20 includes
FREE goodie bag, great workshops, tons of speakers, ALL VEGAN FOOD 
YOU CAN EAT! for the students and youth of the movement. Ages 13-25.
 Liberation Now! Oct 29-31 UCB http://WWW.LIBERATIONNOW.COM

# TANTRA Halloween Sat Oct 30 10pm-7am, 18+ SomArts Gallery, 
934 Brannan SF IN THE TRANCE ROOM JellyHeadz  Ricardo  Olowanpi 
Liam Shy  KJ   CHILL ROOM Shakatura Bluetech DOB  Kode IV Dr. Spook  
 Visuals Dr. Spook VJ Culture VJ Shinji Murakoshi  Energy bar Nub Chai
 $20 $25 Distractions Ceiba Skills 415-820-3201
#  OtherWorld Sat Oct 30 4 rooms of sound
 Know:Audio  – Gateway  – Thick Sound – SWAT
 lights and visuals by:  In Your Face
 $10 Oakland 510-287-5917 10-6
 Fuego de los Muertos 2004 San Diego and Orange Counties
 Halloween Weekend, Starting on Fri Oct 29 4PM
 and concluding Sun Oct 31 4PM All ages are invited!
 $35 $45 $55 door Volunteers )’( 

# 7pm Sun Oct 31 Baker @ Oak / Fell
Halloween Parade-join!! gathering people together for the annual parade 
starting at the tower at the end of the Panhandle. We wanted to combine 
costume with the upcoming election. Johanna will be in a Statue of 
Liberty costume that will urge poeple to far we have a rough 
idea of something in the front saying something like "Keep Me Free" or 
"I am Your Voice" and on the back saying "Vote"in English, Spanish, and 
Chinese...any suggestions for a front sentence? Anyone have any costume 
ideas that want to join in?

# Sun Oct 31Tantra Stage at Castro Halloween Market St. at 16th/Noe 7pm-12a 7-8 Joseph Lee  8-9 DRC
9-10 Lorin 10-11  Liam Shy 11-12 KJ Visuals by Dimension 7


# Corporations trying to gut nations's strongest consumer protection 
in Nov. election with Prop 64:
 They're claiming lawsuits that help people are "frivolous."  
 Vote NO on prop 64, which would also gut environmental protections.

# 6-10p Election Night Rally 18/Castro for Election Night 2004 among 
kindred spirits as the election results roll in from across the country. 
 gay and lesbian cross our fingers hope America votes better future.
 DJ Ken Vulsion) as the massive video screens show results thru night 
WHAT: Election Night Rally in the Castro Tue 2 Nov ,  
6:00pm - 10:00pm  WHERE: 18th & Castro  HOW MUCH: FREE FREE FREE

# Anti-War March and Rally
 No matter who is Selected, we say no to war and repression!
 End the Occupation Out of Iraq Now! Wed. November 3rd
 5 PM: Powell & Market. March to 24th & Mission.
 Bring flashlights, drums, and noisemakers. Permitted event.
 Initiated by Not in Our Name, and endorsed by:
 Event endorsed by the Middle East Children's Alliance, International 
 ANSWER-SF, American Muslim Voice, American Friends Svc. Cmte-SF
Bay Area United Against War, Queers for Peace and
 Justice, Jewish Voice for Peace, Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for 
 Peace, and the Peninsula Peace and Justice Center.
 Rock the boat - not just the vote!

# BOOGIE NIGHTS! IndieCinema meets Roller Disco Weekly Wednesdays 
starting Nov 3! ICAN Gallery, 1310 Mission at 9th St Doors at 7p, Film at 8p, Roller Disco follows
 till late! Drink Specials all night! Nov 3: Brien Burroughs' SECURITY
Nov 10: Bill Plympton's HAIR HIGH

# Richard Heinberg will speak on his new book,  Powerdown: 
 Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World Thu Nov 4 7 pm
  777 Valencia @ 19th    

# Legendary author, journalist, activist and poet John Ross:
 Covering the Election from the Ground Up
 A Journey through the U.S. from Right Coast to Left: 
RNC to Election Day and Beyond  Frid Nov 5 7p 777 Valencia 
# Nov 6-7 2004 8th @ Brannan
new economy built upon sustainability, ecology, and social justice

# Volunteer For The Green Festival!
Nov. 6 & 7, at the SF Concourse Exhibition Center (8th & Brannan)
 Receive free weekend admission to the event and get an organic cotton
and sweatshop-free Green Festival Staff t-shirt!
 Green Festival, a joint project of *Global Exchange* and *Co-op
America*, is a 2-day event committed to the movement towards a just
and sustainable society. The Festival features: Over 300 Socially and
Environmentally Responsible Enterprises * Community Groups * Over 50
leading Speakers * Organic Food Court * Local Music * A Networking
Center * and thousands of attendees who want to build a just and
sustainable world and have opportunities to learn, be inspired, get
active, & have fun! 
 If you cannot make the Festival, we can still use your help before
hand. contact or call 415.255.9319.

# NOV 12-13-14 National/International conference on the gift economy
 Clark County Library 1401 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada
 $50 reg. Scholarships avail

# Sun Nov 14 1pm JASMINA L.VUJIC, Ph.D.  (rescheduled) presents
"Nikola Tesla: The Genius Who Lit The World".
 An printable pdf description of our Fall 2004 meetings is available at:

# Santarchy Tokyo 2004 Sat Dec 25 12:00 noon FREE Meet at the statue 
of Hachiko the Faithful Dog at Shibuya Station at 1200 NOON.
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.