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SF events 9.23 http://www.indybay.org/news/2004/09/1696249.php
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SF water supply is treated with chloramine - it also makes lead leach  
faster from pipes. Chloramine creates toxics if water has iodine.
Drink mountain spring water or Reverse Osmosed or distilled.
Distilled water becomes Acidic in Ph if left exposed to air, intaking CO2.
Add 1 grain whole grain rice/gallon of distilled water to replace minerals.
Store water in Glass or stainless steel. Do not expose plastic to heat.

 Lead in lipstick Even lipstick isn't safe anymore...what's next? 
  Lead is a chemical which causes cancer. Brands which contain lead are:
 I. CHRISTIAN DIOR 2. LANCOME 3. CLINIQUE 4. Y.S.L
5. ESTEE LAUDER 6. SHISEIDO 7. RED EARTH (Lip Gloss)
8. CHANEL (Lip Conditioner) 9. MARKET AMERICA-MOTNES LIPSTICK.

Antarctic Glaciers Melting Faster  http://www.agu.org/journals/gl
http://www.infoshop.org/inews/print.php?story=04/09/22/6853200

Adbusters Takes TV Networks to Court http://adbusters.org

Important events: http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php
Thursday Events: http://www.craigslist.org/cal/index20040923.html
Electronic music events:   
http://sf.flavorpill.net/mailer/issue125/index.html

FRI 24 SEP Ocean Beach Bonfire - SAT 25 SEP Big Muscle T-Dance
SUN 9.26 Real Bad XVI Ticket Info-MON 9.27 Scissor Sisters Tix Contest
SUN 3 OCT Ggoodlands @ Café du Nord. more: http://www.ggreg.com

# 4 events @ http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php
Thu, Sep 23 6:30 pm - 12:00 pm  Foundation for Sustainable Development Benefit
The Canvas Gallery 1200 9th Ave @ Lincoln Way San Francisco CA 
 Thu, Sep 23 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm  "Unchaining Media - Amplifying Voices"
Veterans Building Green San Francisco CA 
 Thu, Sep 23 6:30 pm Screening of "Juvies"-a provocative film which 
helps put a human face on threats to individual freedom and dignity of 
juveniles in California Goethe-Institut, Auditorium 530 Bush St 
 Thu, Sep 23 7-9m  Mexican Grey Wolf, Slideshow and Discussion
Ecology Center 2530 San Pablo @ Dwight  Berkeley CA 

# 9/23 at 11am-2pm in Oakland: CarFree Day
Frank Ogawa Plaza at 14th & Broadway, downtown Oakland
Traffic congestion got you seeing red? Oakland's first CarFree Day is a  
green light for alternatives to driving. This transportation/smart  
growth fair will show how to drive less today and how to keep  
rebuilding cities for people, not cars. Come jump on the bandwagon!  
Music, prizes, refreshments, press conference.
organizations that provide services, make policy and build projects  
that encourage using public transit, carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling,  
walking, telecommuting and smart growth. Less car-dependent living has  
many benefits, including decreased traffic congestion, better air  
quality, more free time, better health and less sprawl.
 http://www.carfreecity.us/Oakland.html

# Every Thu http://www.KPFA.org 94.1fm 1-2 pm Herbal Highway
2-3 pm Caroline Casey http://www.visionaryactivism.com 
http://www.spiritualintrigue.com/radioshow.htm

# Thu Sept 23 Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell @Van Ness 7p-"midnight" (~later)
21+ n.o.t.a.f.l.o.f. http://www.funsizestudio.com DJs: Toph One  Spivak
Bruce Wang  Gehno  Ding Dong  Ross  Charlie Brown  

# 1964 - Fact, Fiction and S.F. History Thu Sep 23 7 pm - 9 pm $5  
Mission Dol Schl Aud 3371 16th St sanfranciscohistory.org    Squid

# community meeting to address saving the space Oakland Box Theater.
 Thu Sep 23, 7pm, mingle til 7:30pm, meeting starts promptly
at 7:30pm. Goes until 9:30pm Humanist Hall: 390 27th St. Oakland 
 FREE and open to the public Agenda TBA, but we have until Oct 15 
to raise $100,000 or lose the space we are currently in.

# Friends of Locally Owned Water (Felton FLOW)  THU SEP 23, 7pm 
Felton FLOW (Friends of Locally Owned Water) FREE showing riveting doc
THIRST, a new documentary that examines
community water conflicts on three continents including Stockton, CA!
The movie will be followed by a question and answer session with the
filmmakers, Felton FLOW, Public Citizen and other groups representing
local water efforts in the Monterey Bay Area and California.
Rio Theatre Santa Cruz http://www.riotheatre.com 831-335-3053.
Angela Stuart water.ways@sbcglobal.net
 Felton FLOW 335-3053 feltonflow@aol.com http://www.feltonflow.org
 Juliette Beck California Campaign Director Water for All
Public Citizen 510-663-0888 ext. 101 http://www.citizen.org/california
 To subscribe, please send a email to listserv@listserver.citizen.org  
with "subscribe waterforallca" in the message subject.
 

# Every Fri http://www.KPFA.org 94.1fm 1-2 pm Terra Verde
events:  http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.html
http://sf.indymedia.org/news/2002/10/1535577.php

# Fri Sep 24 http://www.critical-mass.org 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza

# erotic city Fri Sep 24 7PM-10PM Free sensuality local artists
 3169 16th @Guer & Valencia  http://www.artist-xchange.com
Mark Growden & Maya Stein to perform @ the Erotic City
http://www.craigslist.org/eve/43298427.html
 
# Int'l. Solidarity Movement Presentation on Palestinian Olive Harvest 
Campaign 9/24 7pm $5 notaflof
 Historical Presentation on Palestine and Slide Show of last year's
International Solidarity Movement Olive Harvest Campaign -- $5 to $10
donation requested, no one turned away for lack of funds. This event is
also part of a weekend long, intensive training for those interested in
participating in this fall's Olive Harvest Campaign or volunteering in
future ISM campaigns in Palestine. For more information on Friday
night's slide show or on the weekend training, please email
ismtraining@yahoo.com or call  510 236 4250. (Must pre-register to
attend the training.) 522 Valencia  http://www.norcalism.org

# This Is Burning Man - book reading/signing Fri Sep 24 7: 30p free
Cody's Books 2454 Telegraph Berkeley http://www.codysbooks.com

# Film Shorts & Feature Screening Fri Sep 24 7:30pm Free
 Varnish Fine Art 77 Natoma St http://www.varnishfineart.com

# Fri Sep 24, 7:30 pm Stealing the Vote: Sex Lies & Voting Machines
Olney Hall, College of Marin Sat Sep 25, 7:30 pm
College of Marin, Olney Hall 7:30 GMO - Seeds of Deception Talk
 Sun Sep 26th, 2004, 11am to 6pm. 7th Annual PROGRESSIVE FESTIVAL
The Progressive Festival attracts over 2000 people each year, with  
world-class political activist. 

# Say that you're from FnF and get in free before 11pm, mkay??
http://www.newsbreakz.org newsbreakscontribution@yahoo.com
FRI SEP 24 To celebrate the launch of our new spankin website, 
SNEAK E PETE (from NYC) A:DUBL (Breakthru) ALXNDR (Lawbreakerz)
GEOMETRIST (Space Cowboys) Newsbreakz staph: SMOOVE  DONNA MATRIX  DONGER
 The debauchery takes place at MIGHTY~ 119 Utah @ 15th (one block from
16th & Potrero) 10pm - 3am/21+ http://www.newsbreakz.org  
$5 benefit Newsbreakz printing cost SO GIVE US YOUR MONEY

# 9/24 9p Beach Bonfire Potluck Ocean Beach Great Highway @ Fulton 
http://www.craigslist.org/eve/42696919.html
  

#  Sat Sep 25 10a-7:30p PeaceFest Community Unveils Plans For 
Converting Alcatraz Island Into The Global Peace Center
 "MISSION: Transform Alcatraz Island, a place of pain and suffering into
'A Shining, Pulsing Jewel Of Light' to Unleash Powerful Forces for
Cooperation, Reconciliation and Healing" Speedway Meadows GG Park, 
 Harmonium, a 60 foot geodesic dome sacred sound space healing 
Main Stage with live music, a dance dome, featuring yoga & Tai Chi
prayer tent with a sacred altar!! http://www.globalpeacefoundation.org
 Harmonium Experience Experience A World Of Sacred Sounds & Music
 10:00-11:30 Bhajans(devotional singing & chanting)
Saraswatii, Antone, Manose, Richard Hardy 11:40-12:00 Scalar Wave
Healing
Debra Stewart 12:05-12:35 The Tibetan Bowl Experience
Karma Moffett 12:50-1:20 Crystal Vibrations Music
Elivia Melodey 1:20-1:40 Harmonic Overtoning - Arjuna 1:45-2:05
Shamanic Sound Healing
Astarius 2:05 - 2:20 Scalar Wave Healing 2:20-3:00
The Sonic Soul Immersion Experience
Constance Demby
3:10-3:40 Sacred Circle Dance
Sophia 3:45-4:10 A Moving Experience
Estara 4:20-4:45 Celestial Synthesiser Music
Michael Diamond 4:45-5:00 The Om Experience 5:00-7:30 Dance Free,
Drumming, Maitreya Buddah Harmonic Gong Experience
 - Main Stage - WELCOMING 11-11:05 Da Vid Director: Global Peace Fdn
Laney Bluebird Woman
Director: One Earth One People Peace Vision 11:05-11:50 Native American
Ceremonies Golden Eagle & Sally Moon & Peace Meditation Sally will lead
us in a Meshika (Aztec) Ceremony in the Natautl language of the
Meshika. We will respectfully call upon the four cardinal directions,
Our Dear Father Sky, Our Dear Mother Earth and Nawi Ollin Teotl
(movement of the four energies) along with the blowing of the sacred
conch shell. We will cleanse the area with sacred copal. You may bless
yourself with the copal anytime during the day. Ometeotl!
OPENING CEREMONY
Noon-12:05 Welcoming & Peace Meditation 12:05-12:25 Psalms Of Ra
Jim Berenholtz
Lisa Rafel 12:25-12:35 Musical Interlude 12:35-12:50 CaroLuna Opera
Singer 1:00-1:20 ODISSI Indian Dance 1:30-1:50 Sengalese Dance Troup
1:50-2:10 Musical Interlude 2:10-2:45 Ancient Future 2:50-2:55 Margo
Mango 3:00-3:20 Mystic Raga 3:25-4:00 Peace Medley
William Florian Robert Lederer Roberta Donnay & Friends
Kim Jessing 4:05-4:25 Fantuzzi Benediction Circles For Peace, Drums For
Peace 4:25-5:15 Dance Free Scott Huckabay & Friends 
 DANCE DOME PROGRAM 10:30-11:20 am Ambe Re - Yoga with Ambe
 11:25am - 11:50 pm Mellen Thomas Vibrational Healing & Radionics
 11:55 pm - 12:25pm Sabjilar - Throat Singers from Siberia
 12:30-1:20pm Samantha Matthews Yoga & Sound Healing Alex Theory
 1:25 PM-1:45 PM Sacred Sonic Tools Iasos
 1:50-2:30 Laraaji & Friends - Ambient Dance Music
 2:35pm - 3:30 pm DJ Ron Tofanelli - Sound Spaces Dance Music
 3:40pm - 4:35 pm LunaGroove - World Groove Electronic Jam Band
 4:40 pm - 5:10pm Finale - Live Group Dance Jam
 5:15 pm - 7:00pm Drumming, Chanting, & Spontaneous Celebrations

# 9/25: FREE Ranked Choice Voting: Lion dance, magic, info 
http://www.craigslist.org/eve/43166104.html   586-8000

# Sat Sep 25 6pm-2am Global Peace After Party!!! http://www.studioz.tv
 314 11th @ Folsom $6 21+ http://www.studioz.tv/events/global092504
7pm - Sound Healing Circle http://www.cipsychoacoustics.com
 8pm - Peacefest Speakers
 9pm - Scott Huckabay http://www.scotthuckabay.com
 10:30pm - LunaGroove http://www.lunagroove.com
 12 am - DJ Octavia   1am - DJ Maer http://www.dub-beautiful.org

# 9/25: War Tax Resistance International Report Back 6 - 8:30 pm 
 6 pm: potluck supper    7-8:30 pm: presentation & discussion 
CoHousing Common House  2220 Sacramento St Berkeley  free  
Nor Cal War Tax Resist (510) 843-9877 http://www.nowartax.org 
 Nick Wright recently returned from the Tenth International Conference on 
War Tax Resistance and Peace Tax Campaigns in Brussels, Belgium. † 
He will tell us about his participation in that gathering 
as well as the protests against the Republican Convention in New York. 
 Lorin Peters, a war tax resister since the Vietnam War, spent the summer 
with the Christian Peacemaker Team in Hebron. He looks forward to 
"sharing some images, and discussion, of the occupation of Palestine, 
nonviolent approaches to change, and signs of hope."  (510) 843-9877  

# The Blue Cube - Sep 25 live acts : plump kitties (sf) (house / breaks)
plant food 5  cyrusrex  nightshade  psytrip  micheal miracle 
 djs :  chrisbo  vajra  kj  manx  corey micheal (sea) (breaks)
 butoh performance video art scuplture  fashion  lecture / debate  
tea garden  body work 34 mason  6pm-6am $10 b4 10pm $20 >

# MAPP (Mission Arts+Performance Proj Sat Sept 25 7:30-11pm Free!
 Over 25 artists beer and wine served at 3 of the 4 venues,
free wine b4 8 pm. Mission District garages, basements, or work studios
between 24th and 22nd on VanNess and Folsom
 Online Calendar http://laughingsquid.org/squidlist/calendar

# Dont miss Jeffrey Smith and Luke Anderson at SEEDS OF DECEPTION: 
How to keep GMOs out of Marin County Agriculture! Sat Sep 25 7:30p
Olney Hall, College of Marin http://www.gmofreemarin.org
 Best-selling authors expose the intense industry influence and  
political corruption that have allowed GMO' s on the market.
 http://www.gmofreemarin.org 415-454-9898
To subscribe to this MPJC Weekly Bulletin, just send an email from your  
own e-mail address to:  
 
# Sept 25 Lush camp Decompression party? Custer St Studios? @ Rankin/ C.Chavez/3rd

# GI Rights Hotline Training on Sep 25 9am to 4pm Oakland
 info / register for training:  www.girights.org 
510-465-1617  or 888-231-2226 steve@objector.org.
http://girights.objector.org G.I. Rights hotline ‹ 800-394-9544 
 make a donation http://www.objector.org/girights/donation.html 

# Sat Sep 25 12pm - 6pm Kinky Portraits Mark I Chester
 Mark I. Chester will take a FREE digital portrait of
anyone who visits his studio to see the radical sex
photographs on display. Sun. 9/26, the show will be
open during the Folsom St. Fair. 1229 Folsom St./SF

# International Report Back by Two Traveling War Tax Resisters
 Sat Sep 25 6 pm—potluck supper, 7-8:30—presentation & discussion
Berkeley CoHousing Common House 2220 Sacramento @ Allston
Nick Wright recently returned from the Tenth International Conference on War Tax Resistance and Peace Tax Campaigns in Brussels, Belgium. He will tell us about his participation in that gathering as well as the protests against the Republican Convention in NYC.
 Lorin Peters, a war tax resister since the Vietnam War, spent the summer with the Christian Peacemaker Team in Hebron. He looks forward to “sharing some images, and discussion, of the occupation of Palestine, nonviolent approaches to change, and signs of hope."
 more info (510) 843-9877 http://www.nowartax.org
nowartax-announcements-subscribe@lists.riseup.net

# Xeno and El Circo are proud to announce, fresh off the Playa, a unique,
exciting, not-to-be-missed, rock-out-till-the-sun-comes-up,
dance/performance/circus/DJ event in the ever-thrilling “Tag Team”
format! Are you ready to go all night, Sugar?!
 SAT SEP 25 8:30 PM – 7:00 AM $10 before 10 PM / $15 after
 @ N.I.M.B.Y. 1649 28th St  @ Mandela Pkwy. & Peralta) West Oakland
  SWERVE – “Ghettofabulous Supershow” Starring the following tag team sets:
 * Xeno (SF) & El Circo (Ashland, OR) *
 * Sterling & Lewis (xeno) * * Random Rab & El Papachango (el circo) *
 * Adam Ohana (an-ten-nae.net) & DJ Ripple (subscience) *
 * Ooah the Turntablist (terpsichore) & Dorfex Bos (fsck) *
 * Sunev, Meikee, & Rene (chilldren ov paradise) *
 * PLUS: SURPRISE GUESTS! (???) *
 http://www.nimbyspace.org http://www.xenodrome.com
or call 510-433-0506 or call 415-285-9366

# 9.25.04 END OF THE WORLD FEST post-apocalyptic journey into fashion, 
music, dance,art, food and culture' 34 Mason 12$pre15$ b410 p $20 >
 Post apocalyptic art, life butoh performance, live acts: plump kitties, 
psytrip, niteshade djs: chrisbo, vajra, kj, corey michael
inspired talks: with Stephen Elliott, Teri Baum (green candidate congress)
cynnamon twyst, and enviro speaker Jeff Conant.
 415-820- 1463 plantfood5@yahoo.com http://www.plantfood5.com


# World Vegetarian Day Sun 26 Sep Golden Gate Park 10a-6p
http://www.sfvs.org/wvd2004 Noelle noelleinthecity@comcast.net
sfVeg-subscribe@yahoogroups.com http://www.sfvs.org/wvd/home.htm
 COUNTY FAIR Bldg Lincoln and 9th Avenue, next to Arboretum
http://www.sfvs.org/blog/2004/08/event-world-vegetarian-day-sept-26.html
http://www.craigslist.org/eve/37383250.html

# Sun Sep 26 http://www.folsomstreetfair.com @ 7th/12th  10a-6p

# Bay Area Young Women's Support and Activist Group 
Fourth Sunday of every month, 11 am - 1 pm
This is a support and activist group for young women (under age 45) living with breast cancer. The group is facilitated by Merijane Block, a 13-year survivor of breast cancer who was diagnosed when she was 38. Everyone is welcome to attend—women who are newly diagnosed, in treatment, post-treatment, long time survivors, and women with primary or metastatic cancer; also, single women, married women, young moms, straight and lesbian women. This is the only support and networking group of its kind in the Bay Area! For more information, phone Deb Mosley at 415-552-1673 or Angela Padilla at 415-268-6212.
Next meeting: August 29, 2004 at 368A Sanchez  
Breast Cancer Action http://bcaction.org/Pages/TakeAction/Events.html

# Sun Sep 26 2-5pm hula hooping at Sydney G. Walton Sq, Jackson/
Pacific / Front / Davis bah-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

# Sun Sep 26  3 pm Screening of the End of Suburbia - Oakland
 As part of the Parkway's Sunday Salon series for community activists, grassroots organizations, conscientious artists, and regular folks committed to the enrichment of the human experience, there will be an informal public forum on post carbon living and a screening of the new documentary "The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream".
 With brutal honesty and a touch of irony, The End of Suburbia explores the American Way of Life and its prospects as the planet approaches a critical era. With oil prices at 25 year highs, and the prices of gasoline and food on the rise, this film is particularly timely.  
 Questions and answers following the film led by Richard Heinberg, author of Powerdown: Options and Alternatives for a Post Carbon World and Dave Room, Post Carbon Institute.  There will be a brief presentation about Post Carbon Oakland, a community group beginning to prepare for the Post Carbon Age. Co-sponsored by Post Carbon Oakland and Amalgamated Transit Union 1555 (BART Transportation Workers).  
 Parkway Theater, 1834 Park Blvd., Oakland.  We recommend arriving early; seating is limited. 
Info: 415-740-8833.

# Sun Sep 26, 7p-9:30pm Measure B Kickoff Party and Outreach Train 
 Simon Harris, Californians for GE Free Agriculture
 Luke Anderson, Genetic Engineering Action Network, author, int'l expert
Talk with experts, learn strategy, and receive your own outreach  
toolkit (including a GMO Free Marin T-shirt). Food and fun provided.
Come for the lives Measure B will save, but stay for the new friends  
 Christian 415-454-9898 christian@gmofreemarin.org
To subscribe to this MPJC Weekly Bulletin, just send an email from your  
own e-mail address to:  


# Mon. Sept. 27  7:30 pm Screening of the End of Suburbia - Oakland
 The newspaper of the SF Bay Indy Media Center - Faultlines - and Post Carbon Oakland are cosponsoring a screening and discussion with the director Gregory Greene about his new documentary "The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream".  David Room was also speak about getting involved in preparations for post carbon living.
 With brutal honesty and a touch of irony, The End of Suburbia explores the American Way of Life and its prospects as the planet approaches a critical era. With oil prices at 25 year highs, and the prices of gasoline and food on the rise, this film is particularly timely.  
 Suggested donation: $5-15 (no one turned away for lack for funds).  
 AK Press Warehouse, 674 23rd St Oakland http://www.akpress.org
Info: sfbay-print@indymedia.org

 

# "Hidden Internment Camp: Then and Now" Double Feature Film Showing
 Sep 29 8:00 pm La Pena Cultural Center 3105 Shattuck , Berkeley
 Hidden Internment: Art Shibayama Story http://www.progressivefilms.org
Caught in Between: What to Call Home in Times of War, traces
how, in the wake of 9/11, the Japanese American and Muslim communities in
the San Francisco Bay Area have come together in solidarity to speak out
against government policies which violate human rights and civil liberties.
The half-hour film,  http://www.caughtinbetween.org $5 

 # Wed, Sep 29, 2004 - Sat, Oct 2, 2004      
 Engineers for a Sustainable World National Conference, SOLUTIONS FOR A 
SHRINKING PLANET: Sustainable Engineering and Enterprise
Stanford Univ http://esw.stanford.edu/conf04


# Thu Sep 30 2-5pm 15th Annual National Alcohol & Drug Addiction
Recovery Month, the San Francisco Association of Alcohol & Drug Program
Contractors is sponsoring a celebration on Friday, September 30th at
Glide Memorial Untied Methodist Church.  National spokespeople, local
entertainers and local residents will celebrate recovery and share
success stories to highlight the importance of treating drug and alcohol
addiction. H. Westley Clark, MD, JD, MPH, CAS, FASAM, Director CSAT
Kathy Jett, Director California Alcohol and Drug Programs
Henry Lozano, President's Advisory Commission on Drug-Free Communities
Marsha Rosenbaum, Drug Policy Alliance Rhodessa Jones,
Performer/Entertainer Other entertainers include:  Teen Challenge Choir,
Buena Vida Salsa Club, Recovery Theater, and the Straight Forward Club
 GLIDE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 330 Ellis St SF CA 94102
  SF Association of Alcohol and Drug Program Contractors
415-355-2540 dfrazier@sfaadpc.org www.sfaadpc.org
 Drug Policy Alliance  2233 Lombard 415-921-4987 
Fax 415-921-1912  Help End The War on Drugs!! 
Join Drug Policy Alliance  http://www.drugpolicy.org/join 


# Sept. 30-Oct. 24 SF Open Studios Various loc , SF; (415) 861-9838,  
http://www.sfopenstudios.com - http://www.sfbg.com

 
# FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE! SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL STEPS  
 Fri Oct 1  12 to 2PM   AND   4 to 6 PM.
 World Farm Animals Day (www.WFAD.org) is an annual INTERNATIONAL campaign by the same fine folks that sponsor the annual Meat Out Campaigns. see the other events happening internationally at http://www.wfad.org/actioncenter/wevents.htm 
 This year the campaign is reflecting on this election year and its focus on our legislators. Making them more aware, the campaign is asking them to sign "proclamations" http://www.wfad.org/images/scrollTR.gif  (view the proclamation here)
 Likewise the general public will also be made aware with banners, posters, leafletting, Plasma screen “Body TV”, showing cruelty footage, bullhorn, props including a life-size veal crate. A focus on each Animal Rights issue that farmed animals face (i.e. foie gras (SB 1520) , downers, veal, egg and chickens, circus and more) will be featured throughout the day. 
 Speakers will be on hand (to be determined). City approval has been obtained
 Paris Harvey @ bitebackvegan@yahoo.com or call 925 788 8296
 Clarification. this event is Fri 10/1....
 (WFAD officially is Sat 10/2..Ghandi's Birthday!)
 PLEASE BROADCAST WIDELY!!! 
 Paris Harvey  Join us for a demo at San Francisco City Hall Steps Fri 10/1 12-2 & 46-6. (not 10/2!) voice your hottest cruelty issue on the bull horn, banners, posters, props...media!
Bite Back Vegan Society  925 788 8296 (PST) 
Join bitebackvegan@yahoogroups.com for updates, calendars, articles
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# Join us for a demo at SF City Hall Steps Fri 10/1 12-2 & 4-6.   
voice your hottest cruelty issue on the bull horn, banners, posters, 
props...media! Bite Back Vegan Society  925 788 8296 (PST) 
Join bitebackvegan@yahoogroups.com for updates, calendars, articles

# Oct 1-3 NorCal Arts and Music Fest Psychedelic City. town all to 
ourselves http://www.mindseyemedia.com http://www.geomagnetic.tv

# 10/2 - Love Parade San Francisco - On Saturday, October 2, SF will 
host the world's largest electronic music event for the very first time
in the USA. Over 120 DJs and 30 floats. Meet at 1PM downtown at Mission 
/Beale St. Come dance in the streets! http://www.loveparadesf.org

# SAt OCT 2-World Nonviolence & Peace Day-Gandhi Day- Palo Alto
Cubberley Aud 4000 Middlefield http://www.nonviolencepeaceday.org

# Oct. 2 Watershed Enviro Poetry Fest Civic Ctr Park (between MLK  
Jr Way at Milvia, and Center at Allston), Berkeley  
http://www.poetryflash.org/WS04.html  Noon-5pm. Free. Robert Hass,
 Pattiann Rogers, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, others  
highlight this annual poetry event. http://www.sfbg.com

#  *PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY* The Struggle for Palestine:
4th Anniversary of the Intifada October 2nd 2004.
Horace Mann Middle School - 3351 23rd St , San Francisco
 The Justice in Palestine Coalition, a group of progressive organizations 
who have come together to work for a free Palestine, is hosting a
day-long  conference to:
 1. Educate ourselves and our allies, and deepen our knowledge &
understanding of the struggle in Palestine.
2. Link the work of our individual organizations and strengthen our 
networks and activism through discussion, debate, and collaborative 
planning.
3. Organize for future solidarity and develop concrete a concrete plan of
 action for the coming months.
4. Support the resistance in Palestine, and make links with others who
are  fighting against the US occupation of Iraq, and against US
Imperialism  around the world.
The conference will include panels, workshops and cultural performances.
A  complete schedule of events is listed below.          ** Program **
The Struggle for Palestine: 4th Anniversary of the Intifada
October 2nd, 2004    9:00-9:30: Registration
Morning Plenary Session: "The Current Status of Resistance in Palestine"
 workshops throughout the day include:
 -Continuations of Plenary:  Status of Resistance
-History of Palestine, The Nekbah and the Right of Return
-Iraq and Palestine: 2 Struggles, One cause       -Zionism
-Women and Resistance      -Direct Action: Skills Development
-The Impact of Palestine on the US Elections
-Political Prisoners, Here and in Palestine
-Globalization in the Arab World
-The Targets of Empire: Cuba, Venezuela, Haiti, Iran, Philippines, Africa
-Arab World Solidarity/Resistance      -US Solidarity Groups
-Repression/Occupation in the US (patriot Act, profiling, attacks on
civil  liberties)              Report Back From Workshops
Closing Summation and the Future in Palestine   Cultural Performances
for more information: info@justiceinpalestine.net or visit
http://www.justiceinpalestine.net

# SAT OCT. 2 LOVE MACHINE A San Francisco Love Parade After Party
 info line the day of 415.244.5507 7pm till next morning...

# Sun Oct. 3 Castro St Fair @ Market http://www.castrostreetfair.org   
11am-6pm Free nonstop dancing, food, arts, crafts. http://sfbg.com

# Nuclear Free Great Basin Fall Gathering- Oct 8-10th, 2004.
 Skull Valley Goshute Reservation- near the home of Margene Bullcreek.
Shundahai Network PO Box 1115 Salt Lake City, UT 84110
Office: 801.533.0128 Fax: 801.533.0129
 mailto:Shundahai@shundahai.org http://www.Shundahai.org

)'( SF Decompression Sun Oct 10 http://www.burningman.com 
volunteer, theme camp, art, perform flambelounge@burningman.com )'(

# Sun Oct 10 1pm MOHSEN HOURMANESH, D.E.D., presents
"The Role of Salt and Water in the Human Metabolism for Optimal Health"
http://www.sftesla.org http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sfteslasociety

# 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:
http://sftesla.org/sfts_pdfs/2004t_pdfs/SFTS_Flyer_2004_Fall.PDF
 http://www.sftesla.org http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sfteslasociety

# LA decompression party 3 city Blocks! http://www.burningman.com
 
# Global WALKOUT for Peace, Freedom & Justice for all
 FRI OCT 22, 2004 http://www.consensus.net/walkout.html

# national Liberation Now! conference http://www.LiberationNow.com
UC Berkeley Oct 29-31 $10 includes 
vegan meals, a free gift bag, and tons of great speakers

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

# Nov 6-7 2004 http://www.greenfestivals.com 8th @ Brannan
new economy built upon sustainability, ecology, and social justice 
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.