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SF events 9.28
SF events 9.28
SF events 9.28
SF events 9.28
SF events 9.28

Pre-9/11 World Trade Center Power-Down


# Fahrenheit 9/11 Tue+Wed Sept 28/29 7:30p + Fri Oct 1 6:30 Free
 The deadline for voter registration is October 18th.
Odeon Bar 3223 Mission St @ 29th/Valencia

# 9/28: Full Moon Gathering (oakland north / temescal)
All women and girls are invited to share an evening of nourishment and  
sisterhood. Join us for fun and surprises like: music, poetry, dance,  
storytelling and Tarot- always something different. You are invited to  
make an offering of your special gifts - please RSVP and let us know if  
you'd like to contribute a song, poem or group exercise. Please bring  
drums, rattles and a potluck dish to share. Festive moon attire  
encouraged but not required. We can manifest our dreams together!  
Blessed Be! Tues, Sept 28 7-9:30pm FREE! RSVP: 510-655-2405
 Change Makers Books & Gifts for Women 6536 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, 510-655-2405
4 blocks south of Ashby, on the corner of 66th and Telegraph

# 9/28: Wiccan Full Moon Ritual of Pagan Goddess Worship (fairfax)
Join us for a real Wiccan ceremony to celebrate the full moon. We will  
use Her natural influences to bring fullness into our lives. Love,  
health, wealth and more are all blessed and brought into fullness at  
this powerful and 'G'-rated ritual. This event is free and open to all,  
everyone is welcome. Bring your drums and magic tools. We will meet at  
Laughing Mama's Dance Studio in Fairfax, Marin Co., CA, at #12 School  
Street. From 101 take the Central San Rafael exit and turn West on  
Third Street. It changes its name to Redhill. Veer right onto Sir  
Frances Drake Blvd. Turn left on Claus, right on Broadway, and left on  
School. Call me for more info at 415.485.3818 or check out my website We will gather at 8:45, please be on time, and  
finish at about10:30. Free Tarot readings for all after the ceremony.  
Blessed Be from Reverend Jo Ellen Michelle Talley, the Good Witch of  
West Marin

# 9/29: Come Grow With Us at the Redwood Creek Native Plant Nursery!  
 *Enthusiastic volunteers are needed to help this Wednesday, September  
29th with nursery work in the BEAUTIFUL SETTING of Muir Woods National  
 *No nursery experience is necessary; all ages, skills, and talents are  
 Do you want to learn about growing plants and about our local ecology?
The Redwood Creek Native Plant Nursery is a non-profit nursery that  
grows native plants and performs restoration activities for habitat  
restoration within the Redwood Creek watershed (which includes the Muir  
Woods National Monument).
Please join us for hands-on botany, horticulture, and restoration in  
the nation's premier urban national park.
Drop-in Volunteer Programs: Every Wednesday and Saturday 10AM to 1PM
Volunteers participate in every aspect of nursery operation, from seed  
collection to outplanting. Regular activities include transplanting,  
sowing seeds, weeding, and watering. On Wednesday, September 29th we  
will be doing transplanting and constructing deer guards.
Activities take place both at the nursery and in the field at the  
restoration or seed-collection areas throughout the park.
Again, no experience is necessary to volunteer and there is no need to  
register, though you may want to call ahead to find out what activities  
we have planned.
(415) 383-4390 OR EMAIL AT

# 9/29: District 5 SF Supes' Forum  WHO WILL REPLACE MATT ??
 Come and listen to 13 candidates who feel that they should be the next  
Supervisor for District 5, the most progressive district in the City.  
They will answer questions about health and human services.
 Wedn Sep 29 6-9pm McLaren 250 USF Turk Btwn Masonic / Stanyan
 Presented by the Human Services Network and the Leo T. McCarthy Center  
for Public Service and The Common Good of University of San Francisco.

# 9/29 at 7pm in Oakland: Two Free Films on GMO-Free Food

# "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
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, $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

# Fire Jam, Wed night Horseshoe pits in golden gate park. 
Photographers (and possibly videographers) will be present. 

# 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
  SF Association of Alcohol and Drug Program Contractors
 Drug Policy Alliance  2233 Lombard 415-921-4987 
Fax 415-921-1912  Help End The War on Drugs!! 
Join Drug Policy Alliance 

# Sept. 30-Oct. 24 SF Open Studios Various loc , SF; (415) 861-9838, -

# 10/1 Medical Cannabis Legal Clinic
 In the absence of a comprehensive policy regarding medical cannabis in  
the city and county of San Francisco, which has led to a great deal of  
confusion and resulted in over 100 arrests of patients and caregivers  
by the SFPD this year alone, we are organizing a Medical Cannabis Legal  
Clinic on the steps of the Hall of Justice; 850 Bryant St; to be held  
from 10 AM to 4 PM on October 1, 2004.
 Confirmed speakers include: J. Tony Serra [America's most repspected  
criminal defense attorney, Chris Conrad [internationally respected  
authority on cannabis, industrial hemp, medical marijuana, cultivation,  
yields and cannabis culture], Dennis Peron [author, Prop 215], Dale  
Gieringer [California NORML]
 The Medical Cannabis Legal Clinic is the inaugural project of the  
proposed Cannabis Defense Clinic, a project planned to provided legal  
advice and representation to marijuana defendants in the event that may  
seek a jury trial.
 Downloads: [Requires Adobe Acrobat IE Users: right click, then save  
target as]
MCLC Flier | SB 420 Q & A Page 1 | SB 420 Q & A Page 2
 Fri Oct 1  12 to 2PM   AND   4 to 6 PM.
 World Farm Animals Day ( is an annual INTERNATIONAL campaign by the same fine folks that sponsor the annual Meat Out Campaigns. see the other events happening internationally at 
 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"  (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 @ or call 925 788 8296
 Clarification. this event is Fri 10/1....
 (WFAD officially is Sat 10/2..Ghandi's Birthday!)
 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,!
Bite Back Vegan Society  925 788 8296 (PST) 
Join for updates, calendars, articles

# 10/1: Final Draft at The Apple Store
 Come and see demonstrations of Final Draft and Final Draft AV and have  
your questions answered by our representatives. Both Mac and Windows  
users are more than welcome.
 Apple Store SF One Stockton St Noon - 1PM Friday, October 1

# New Work by Melina Raissnia Fri Oct 1 5-9pm free New Works 
Office of Matt Gonzalez, SF Board of Supes Pres.  City Hall Polk @ Grove

 An exhibition on the elements of nature  
 Julia Butterfly Hill, Activist & Founder, Circle of Life
Robert Bateman, world renowned wildlife artist
Greg Steltenpohl, Founder of Odwalla
Brad Nye, Founder of ArtSFest
Mayor Gavin Newsom
 - organic wine tasting salon
- sumptuous egyptian cuisine
- classical middle eastern music
- traditional egyptian dance
- specialty cocktails from the nile        Followed by
 - special guest DJ Gavin Hardkiss a.k.a. Hawke
- forest fairies, earth spirits, and more....
 Fri Oct 1 7-9PM $65 general
 Herbst International Exhibition Hall
Building 385 Moraga @ Montgomery
(south of the bowling center, off Arguello)
SF Presidio MAP:

# 10/1: Screening of The END of SUBURBIA and discussion with Sonia Shaw  
 Gloabl Exchange, New College, and Post Carbon Oakland are cosponsoring  
a screening and discussion with Sonia Shah about her new book "Crude".
 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.       Free
 New College Theater, 777 Valencia @ 19th St.           7pm? 7:30? 8?

# IN OUR BOX - Femina Potens Art Auction and Show
 Oct. 1 7pm-10pm, Oct. 2-3 1pm-7pm FREE
 Femina Potens Gallery, 465 S.Van Ness

# SF Bicycle Ballet Show Oct 1 7-midnight $5.00
 We are synchronized bicycle riders-to be viewed from above.....based on
marching bands and synchronized swimmers! Truly a dashing kaleidoscope
vision. Before and after the Bicycle Ballet top quality local musical
performances of diverse genres are not to be missed. Vegetarian food
available. Dogpatch Saloon 2496 Third @22nd St

# Evolutionary Witchcraft Book Release Party Fri Oct 1 7-9PM Free
 Come celebrate the release of T. Thorn Coyle's new book,
Evolutionary Witchcraft. Evolutionary Witchcraft is a book for all
spiritual seekers in today's spiritually uncertain times. T. Thorn Coyle
has created an extraordinary book on her own evolutionary and
ever-evolving form of witchcraft for the beginner and mature
practitioner alike. It's an unprecedented and comprehensive guide to the
Craft! Valencia St Books 569 Valencia @16th / 17th

# Frid Oct 1st 7-9pm
 Opening Gala for The Natural World Museum - The world’s first venue  
entirely dedicated to environmental preservation through art and  
education Herbst International Exhibition Hall, in SF Presidio
Building 385 Moraga St. San Francisco CA
 Fri, Oct 1 7:00 pm Film/Discussion:Behind the Labels: Globalization 
 Exploitation of Women, Chie Abad in person San Rafael Public Lib
(Reading Room) 1100 5th Street (at Mission St.) San Rafael CA

# 10/1: U.S. Hands OFF Haiti/Support the Million Worker March $5
 7pm @ Friends Meeting House 65 Ninth Street (b/t Mission and Market)
 Haiitian activist Pierre Labossiere was in Haiti early this year for
the bicentennial celebrations marking the country’s independence from
France. LeiLani Dowell traveled to Haiti this month as part of a
fact-finding delegation led by former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey
Clark. She met with dozens of political prisoners, including Haitian
singer So-Anne and members of Jean Bertrand Aristide’s government who
were arrested after the coup against Aristide.
 Local 10 of the International Longshore Warehouse Union is famous for
its long history of militancy, boldness and courage in defense of
working people. The ILWU is now organizing millions of people to go to
Washington, D.C. Oct. 17 to demand decent jobs with a living wage and
universal health care and money for housing, schools and education not
war. The Million Worker March is also demanding an end to the
occupation of Iraq and to bring the troops home now. In the words of
actor Danny Glover, “We must keep marching. . .before the elections and
after the elections. . .until we win justice for the homeless, the
unemployed and we bring the troops home now.”

# 10/1: “There's Something About W..." DOCUMENTARY Screening 
 A wry look at the policies of the Bush Administration” doors at 7:30, 
screening around 8:15/8:30 Varnish Fine Art Gallery & Wine Bar   $15.
77 Natoma  1st/2nd/ Mission/Howard)  
 Producer Peter Coyote and Producer/Director/Co-Editor Robin Chin will  
be in attendance.

 Café Du Nord 2170 Market (415) 861-5016
 8:30pm - 9:15pm  / Dandeline (in Bar/Lounge area)
9:30p-10:15pm Mark Growden. 10:30pm-12 am Rosin Coven
 Doors 8pm $10 adv $12 door. Adv tix @ venue, (415) 861-5016
 Rosin Coven, the World's Premiere Pagan Lounge Ensemble, is pleased to
announce the long-awaited release of their newest album, "Menagerie."
Following a six-month hiatus from live performance, they return to the
subterranean splendor of Café Du Nord to celebrate their finest, most
diverse, and best produced recording to date.

# 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,! Bite Back Vegan Society  925 788 8296 (PST) 
Join for updates, calendars, articles

# Loveparad Pre-Party Fri Oct 1 10:00 pm - 6 am $15 pre $20 door
 Mutaytor - in only confirmed bay area appearance in some time (2
live sets) Space Cwboys and the UNIMOG Adam Ohano (Get Freaky)
El Papachengo (El Circo) jeno (Wicked) DJ 7 (Lo-Rise) Sen Sei (Kinetic 
Ellen ferrato (Sugar) Maypole (Live perf) Ben Chun (False Profit)
Kenny (T.S.) Moziac (Spaceship Gaia) Dirtyhertz (Dorigen/Looq)
 550 Barneveld

# SFOpen Studios Oct 1-31 Saturdays & Sundays 11a to 6p FREE 415-835-3150

# Oct 1-3 NorCal Arts and Music Fest Psychedelic City. town all to 

# 10/2: Whale Watching with Save The Bay and the Oceanic Society!
Come join Save the Bay and the Oceanic Society as we sail off to the  
Farallones Islands! This will be an unforgettable excursion to the Gulf  
of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, just 27 miles west of the  
Golden Gate. Observe a rich marine ecosystem which attracts whales,  
dolphins, seals, and seabirds to feed in these nutrient-rich waters.  
Those prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
Saturday, October 2nd, 8 AM – 4 : 30 PM $79 flat rate
 Jennifer Contreras 510-452-9261
 You may also visit our website and register for this trip online as well: click on the “Bay Events” tab
 If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to give me a call or  

# 10/2: Register for the Oakland Walk for Farm Animals 2004!
Saturday, October 2nd, World Farm Animals Day!
11a reg. noon walk

# 10/2 Muir WoodsRedwood Creek Native Plant Nursery needs help!

# 10/2: EcoFest Indie Film Festival & Hemp Fashion Show (sebastopol)
 The 1st Annual EcoFest Film Festival 2004 And Hemp Fashion Show
Saturday October 2nd 7:00-10:30
* Premier of a new full-length indie film by Woody Harrelson
Sebastopol Community Center 390 Morris Street Sebastopol
$5 (with festival admission / $8 at the door All ages

# 10/2: Eco-Fest Workshop- Natural Health- Personal and Planetary  
Preservation (sebastopol)
 Natural Health: Where Personal and Planetary Preservation Meet
Sat Oct 2nd, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Harmony Room: 400 Morris St., Suite G, Sebastopol
 Presenter: Julia Stege, artist/activist 
· What three critical ingredients are missing from the American diet?
· How does our food industry contribute to personal and planetary  
· What are the top three causes of death in the U.S. and how does their  
“solution” cause the fourth and fifth?
· How is our “Health System” contributing to environmental pollution?
· What are ‘Three Keys to Natural Health?’
· How are ancient Shamanic practices informing our newest explorations  
in health?

# 10/2: Marin solar homes tour  $15 per group (1-5 persons); $10 9/30

# 10/2: Nor Cal Solar Homes Tour (Self-Guided) Oct 2

# 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!
Begin 2pm. Parade Route = Start @ Mission/ Beale. Proceed Market to
Embarcadero, South by Pac Bell Park, over Draw bridge to the parking
lots used for Giants Games. command post  at Jelly's Cafe
post-parade festival at Terry Francois Boulevard in Mission Bay $5 don

# 10/2: A conversation with Yuri Kochiyama (lower pac hts) 1:30-3:30 pm or call NJAHS at (415) 921-5007.

# monthly KFC protest in Santa Cruz (usually 1st Sat).   KFC Protest
 10/2 Sat 5pm

# 9p-9a Kelly's Mission Rock, one of many after parties. 817 China Basin

# SAt OCT 2-World Nonviolence & Peace Day-Gandhi Day- Palo Alto
Cubberley Aud 4000 Middlefield

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

#  *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 
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: or visit

# Forbidden Planet Sat Oct 2 5pm-9pm free
 Free Outdoor Screening of 1956 Sci-Fi Classic in CinemaScope
lawn of the Main Post Theatre 99 Moraga Avenue in the Presidio

# Spaz and subversive soundz presents.... BASS SUB MISSION,
let yourself go 10/2 $5-10 sliding, all ages, all nite
old school Mission warehouse jammy
 technobass, bootybass, breaksnbass, electrobass, drumsandbass
 Djs & live sets including morse kode  niteshade  tomkat  ripley  hbot 
miss gawker  rms  1*800*GUN*NUMB

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

# 10/2: Sting w/ Annie Lennox  Shoreline Mountain View $50
# 10/2 Norah Jones (berkeley north / hills) Greek Berkeley. $65

# 10/2 October 2nd!... ANON after Da Love Parade 
A Post-Love Parade X-Trava-Dance
 That day, the first SF LOVE PARADE 
will start at 2pm at Mission Streets and Beale, and will end up for an
extended party in the lots behind SBC park.
 Look for Anon Salon on the Super High Magic Bus! Then that evening...
 SAT OCT 2 @ Anon Gallery 285 9th Street (@ Folsom)/ SF 9 pm - late
 $10 b4 10pm $15 after 10pm in Love Apparel $20 Unworthy

# Sun Oct. 3 Castro St Fair @ Market   
11am-6pm Free nonstop dancing, food, arts, crafts.
The Tubes at the Castro Fair

# Live Oak Park in Berkeley. Shattuck @ Berryman Sun Oct 3 2-5pm
Bay Area Hulahoopers

# meeting of the (Northern California) 9-11 Truth Alliance Thu Oct 7, 
7-10pm 3220 Sacramento @ Lyon For 3 years, activists have known: - - - -
9/11 was an Inside Job Meetup Group

# 10/5: Stop Torture in Prisons! (oakland downtown) 7pm
Fellowship of Humanity 390 27th st @ Broadway/Telegraph
Downtown Oakland

# 10/5: Screening of VOICES OF DISSENT
Parkway Speakeasy Theater, 1834 Park Blvd., Oakland, CA

# 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

 Sat Oct 9-Sun Oct 10 Gates open 4P Sat Ritual begins drumming
sunset and ethno-tribal beats by Ariane. magnificent forested mtn
 NorCal  3 hours  SF Roads precarious, please drive slowly care.fully.
LEAVE NO TRACE. Let’s leave the land more beautiful than we found it. 
  info line 415.789.7889 dir closer to the event. $20 tix 
 $25 at the gate. Carpooling is essential.  Radical Self Expression. 
Imagination. Trancendental Dance. Birthday Celebration. Rite of Passage. 
Participation in Redefining the Ancient Tribal Ritual for the 21st Century. 
 Art & Altars by the Community.  Food & Fun by the Community.
We are that Community.  Feel free to share in whatever way you enjoy.
 Free soy chai and frozen margaritas at Dawn. Info Booth and Healing Temple.
 If you would like to know more about participating in vending, setting up your art installations, volunteering, participating in our healing temple (reiki, yoga, massage and other healers invited) or otherwise, please email or
 Be mind.full and thought.full of your self, others and your environment. Leave no trace. 
Bring extra trash bags, minimize what you bring in, and pack everything out. 
Remember containers for composting and recycling – and containers for cigarette butts. : ) 
We apologize, but no fire-dancing or individual camp fires this time. Definitely in the spring! 415.789.7889

)'( SF Decompression Sun Oct 10 
volunteer, theme camp, art, perform )'(

# Sun Oct 10 1pm MOHSEN HOURMANESH, D.E.D., presents
"The Role of Salt and Water in the Human Metabolism for Optimal Health"

# Uncensored celebration release party "Censored 2005" 6:30pm Oc 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; 

# 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:

# LA decompression party 3 city Blocks!
# Global WALKOUT for Peace, Freedom & Justice for all
 FRI OCT 22, 2004

# national Liberation Now! conference
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:
 They're claiming lawsuits that help people are "frivolous."  
 Vote NO on prop 64, which would also gut environmental protections.

# Nov 6-7 2004 8th @ Brannan
new economy built upon sustainability, ecology, and social justice 
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