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I am cleaning my garage in Menlo Park off 280 / Sand Hill Rd/ Palo Alto:
Come and Get: baskets, Poster paper, art supplies, Foam core scraps, 
knick knacks, fixtures, whatever your non profit needs for supply or benefit.

Your non-profit could have a big rummage sale, then give leftovers to another non-profit.
If you don't have enough stuff, you can goto end of garage sales and get donations.
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HUMAN WEALTH : Beyond Greed & Scarcity  
Latin :   Jus is Justice.   Belli is War.
Use of force continuum.
Jefferson Party website.
Subliminal Dynamics course for rapid learning!
Aurora Colorada. 52,000 words per minute reading level.
Get back in touch with your allready photographic memory.
Sub Dyn reunites you with your

Subliminal Dynamics Histoy

Wake-Up Call for Action Against Global Warming

raw foods for pets - Natural Foods
Are Good For You and Your Pet - The health benefits of eating a fresh-food
diet are profound, for people as well as dogs and cats. Learn more about raw
and home-cooked diets for your pets!
This is an interesting article on the benefits of a raw diet for pets.
Cancer is epidemic now among pets!

Task Force calls for North American bloc by 2010 
The Environmental Estrogen Bisphenol-A Inhibits Estrogen-Induced 
Hippocampal Synaptogenesis
Neil J. MacLusky, Tibor Hajszan, and Csaba Leranth
Abstract in PDF
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for publication. The EHP-in-Press articles are completely citable using 
the assigned DOI code for the article. This document will be replaced 
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Through the DOI number used in the citation, you will be able to access 
this document at each stage of the publication process. Environ Health 
Perspect doi:10.1289/ehp.7633 available via [Online 
24 February 2005]
The full version of this article is available for free in PDF

Urge Your Senators to Promote Open and Transparent Government

How early did government officials learn about prison abuse in Iraq?  What decisions were made about hiding detainees from the Red Cross? The  answers to these important questions can only be obtained when the  government stays transparent and open. Responding to a disturbing new  trend toward government secrecy, new legislation has been introduced to ensure government transparency, and needs your support.

Take  action to support openness and transparency in the federal government.

Recent scandals around torture and prison abuse have  demonstrated that government employees and officials must be accountable  to the public. As members of the public, we have the right and  responsibility to know what is happening in our government, and to know what the government is doing about any problems.

Yet the current Administration has blocked reasonable requests  for information relevant to a wide range of issues.  Without timely  and appropriate access to information about the government activity, we  cannot stay properly informed and involved in our nation’s governance.

Real reforms are necessary to ensure that, as members of the  public, we have access to the information we need to ensure the  government stays honest and democratic.

Take action!  Urge your Senators to stand up for the  openness in the federal government.

  Lt. Col Bo Gritz Files Citizen's Arrests In Terri's Case 

Report warns of link between treated timber and cancer

Thu Mar 17

# Thursday 3/17 UCB 200 Wheeler Hall
7:00pm: Berkeley: Loring Harkness, PETA Spokesperson
Berkeley Organization for Animal Advocacy presents: 
Have a question about Animal Rights? Ask Loring Harkness, National Spokesperson for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) 
Please join us for a provocative discussion Thursday, March 17th at 7pm in 200 Wheeler Hall at the University of California, Berkeley

# Biodiesel Film Festival  Thu Mar 17 7:00 PM
Berkeley Biodiesel Collective (BBC) Presents: 
Biodiesel Film Festival  7-10 PM , March 17, 
La Pena, 3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley 
Aphrodesia Why are a squad of lefty activists visiting fast-food 
restaurants from here to NYC? They're trying to persuade slackers to 
vote. Thirteen musicians in two Mission District rock bands, Aphrodesia 
and Rock Me Pony, are taking their veggie powered "Vote- Mobile'' on a 
cross-country tour through swing states. Fat of the Land >From New 
York to San Francisco, five women careen across the nation stopping at 
greasy spoons, asking for leftover frying oil to fuel their vehicle. 
Through interviews and chance encounters, the video sardonically 
critiques the stranglehold petroleum has on our economy while 
investigating one fuel for the future - vegetable oil! (40 min) 
Trailer: Fields of Fuel Joshua Tickell's feature length film unveils a 
curtain of deception covering America's dependence on foreign oil as it 
explores biodiesel as one possible solution to the coming energy 
crisis. The Veggie Van Voyage Follow Joshua on a journey from Florida 
to San Francisco. (12min) Introduction to: End of Suburbia What does 
Oil Peak mean for North America? As energy prices skyrocket in the 
coming years, how will the populations of suburbia react to the 
collapse of their dream? Are today's suburbs destined to become the 
slums of tomorrow? And what can be done NOW, individually and 
collectively, to avoid The End of Suburbia? French Fries to Go This 
award winning film features the self-described Granola Ayatollah of 
Canola, Charris Ford, founder of Grassolean Solutions LLC and his 
passion for biodiesel. (14min)      Filmed by Pepe Ozan 
7-10 PM Thursday, March 17th, 2005 
All Ages $10 at the door - no one turned away for lack of funds 
La Pena Cultural Center, 3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley CA. 
(510) 594-4000 ext. 777

# Thu, Mar 17, 2005      7:00 pm

# Biodiesel Film Festival Thursday, March 17
7:00 - 10:00pm, $10 (no one turned away)
La Peña Cultural Center 3105 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley
	The Berkeley Biodiesel Collective (BBC) presents a night of films 
showcasing the country's fastest growing alternative fuel. A night of 
educational and entertaining films about the uses, history, and culture 
of biodiesel -- a renewable, non-toxic, domestically produced 
vegetable-based fuel for use in diesel engines with little or no 
	Films include:
  "Fat of the Land"
  "Aphrodesia: Just Vote Tour"
  "French Fries to Go"
  "End of Suburbia"
	Introductory trailers of:
  "Fields of Fuel"
  "Veggie Van"
   Biodiesel 101
  Live music
  Puppet show by the Big Tadoo Puppet Crew
  Newsreel clips
	All proceeds benefit the Berkeley Biodiesel Collective. For more 
information, visit the BBC website at The 
BBC is a project of the Ecology Center.

# Thu Mar 17 7-9:30pm Free Meaningful Movies
gathering, 2141 Broadway, Oakland
 Usually about 10-20 people attend. 
will be in a class room setting and there should be time in between 
movies to visit, make new friends and talk about the movies.
Movie Titles:
Dance With Me (15 min in English) 
Set in 1930's France, this is an enchanting tale of romance for an 
older couple at the time of their anniversary.
Farther Than The Eye Can See (75 min, English)
Blind since childhood, Eric Weihenmayer has not let that limitation 
stop him from his love of mountainclimbing. This documentary is an 
intimate look at one of the most successful Mount Everest expeditions 
that includes  expansive cinematography, emotion, humor and suspense.
Naropa University-Oakland located at 2141 Broadway (upstairs), corner
of 22nd Street and Broadway near 19th St BART. For disabled elevator
access, please call ahead. Donations appreciated to defray expenses.
For info call Levi at 510-282-9202 or email

# Thursday 3-17-05 80's Dance Party on BART
Catch the 8:54PM train (SF bound) at the MacArthur station
 (get on the last train) Make BART interactive & fun!
Bring boomboxes with built-in radio. Transmitter will be 
provided to take over your booty and the public airwaves.

# Get YER Freak on! presents a benefit for Huckleberry
House, the nation's oldest shelter for homeless and
runaway youth. I'm on at 11:00 (when was the last time
I got booked at such a decent hour?) in the Side Room
(where the sound is tight!).

Thursday March 17, 2005
10:00 PM - 4:00 AM
@ Mighty: 119 Utah at 15th

Ethan @ Mighty Breaks

Then on Friday, as if one Mighty night wasn't enough,
Ethan guests at Mighty Breaks, the Aranji crew and
Opel Productions' monthly.

Friday, Mar 18th
10:00 PM - 4:00 AM
@ Mighty: 119 Utah at 15th
(pre sale $5 tickets)

Then finally, a feast for the eyes, earz and taste buds:

ViaJay @ Funk n Trunk

Emerging local designers abound while beats play at
this slick spot. Brunch is even served beforehand.
Hope you'll pop in for a perusal of my recent spring

Sunday, March 20th
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Levende Lounge - 1710 Mission at Duboce

The fliers are up at  Check out a mix
or pic while there!  xox, Jay

Fri Mar 18 

# Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi Art Show Reception - Teresa Norris photogrpahs
Friday March 18 5-8pm free
 Please join Ross in his office this Friday from 5-8pm as we inaugurate his series of monthly art shows. Opening receptions will occur on the third Friday of each month.

Ross is pleased to present Teresa Norris' The Depth of Water photo installation featuring several large scale works comprised of multiple, separately framed images. While Norris' photographs convey a sobering take on the pollution and the detritus that mar our urban landscape, they also display the undeniable beauty found in say, bay waters unnaturally colored by chemicals. Ross finds in Norris' photos an artist's expression of the environmental concern that has always been present in his work.
 Office of Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi
San Francisco City Hall, Room 282
 Exhibit: Friday March 18 - Monday April 11, 2005
Opening reception: Friday March 18, 2005, 5-8:00pm
The event is free and everyone is invited. Light refreshments served.

# 7:00pm: The Abolition of White Democracy with Joel Olson at AK Press
Saturday 3/19
At the AK Press Warehouse 674-A 23rd. St Oakland, CA 
between MLK and San Pablo - near 19th St. BART and West Grand Exit of 80/980 
For more info contact AK Press at 510.208.1700, 
or visit 
All events at AK Press are wheelchair accessible. 

# Fri, Mar 18 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm   Mill Valley
"Thirst", a documentary video on the privatization of water
The Redwood 40 Camino Alto, (across from the Safeway 
Shopping Center at Miller; free parking available in this lot)
Earth Charter Marin, in collaboration with Sustainable Marin 
and Sustainable Mill Valley, invite you to a FREE event: 
A film by Alan Snitow and Deborah Kaufman, will be shown at 
Following the video will be a discussion with Paul Helliker, 
General Manager, Marin Municipal Water District
More Info: 415 331-2997,


# Help get the word out. Please forward. Thanks!

*11th Annual Radical Performance Festival*

Bay Area's Longest-Running Political Theater Festival, the Radical 
Performance Festival '05 will present
conscious visual and performing artists in a two-night benefit celebration!
SOMARTS Cultural Center* 934 Brannan St @ 8th St, San Francisco*
Fri and Sat March 18th and 19th 2005!!*

Dozens of socially-conscious artists bring their voices to The Eleventh 
RADICAL PERFORMANCE FEST by presenting new works of poetry, dance, theater,
music, hip-hop, a cappella singing, spoken word and more!

Fri & Sat Emcee: Nafis!
plus antics by Big Tadoo Puppet Crew

*Fri 3/18:
Sparlha Swa
Shailja Patel
JB:Rap (of the D/DC)
The Luckey Brothers
Julia Butterfly
Pick Pocket Ensemble
Ashley Brockington
Art in Action poets
Ky-Phong Tran (of the Vietnamese Artists Collective)
w/Linh Nguyen

Sat 3/19:
Sistas in the Pit
Deep Dick Collective
Colored Ink
Matt Gonzalez
Blue Buddha
Brass Liberation Orchestra
Dancers Without Borders
Art in Action poets*

Eleven years after its inception (at a tiny bar in the
shaking up the Bay Area by presenting diverse, vital
local artists who are all about changing the world
with their thought-provoking, passionate performances.

The RPF'05 features some of the finest, known and
emerging, local artists/performers who are chosen not
only because of the high caliber of their work, but
because their vision speaks directly to the need for
creative action in responding to the local and global
issues of our times!
**Price: $10 to $25 sliding scale (Tix sold nite of show only)
Box Office: 7:30pm Show: 8pm
To volunteer or to reserve a ticket call: (415) 282-3104*

*All of the artists and producers are donating their time. 100% of the 
proceeds after expenses goes to the
Art in Action Youth Scholarships and the "Attica to Abu-Ghraib" conference
please visit: &

# SFBay Underground Collectives Present:

FUSION (fu-sion) N : The merging of different elements into a union.

It is in this idea that many of San Francisco's leading trance and
breaks collectives have come together unlike ever before. To produce,
and give rebirth to the Fusion parties of years past, in a unity of
the underground sound and energy of San Francisco.

As one entity united for the positive creative evolution of our community,
the combined families of Get Freaky, Thump Radio, Phoenix Family, G.O.A.
Play, Mistress of Evil, Dance Everywhere Association, Synchronize,, Breakthru, and Ceiba would like to introduce you to the new
beginning of Fusion and the start of a new era for San Francisco's
underground music.

Join us on March 18th as we unite to create a fantasy world, spread over 5
rooms at 1015 Folsom in SF.  This space will be transformed like it has
never been before.


ASTRIX (Hommega Prod., Israel, Coast to Coast)
Prepare yourself for one of the world's leading psy-trance artist as he
makes his journey here for the first time.  Made possible with the help of
Thump Radio.

NOMAD (Mind Control, 3D Vision, France)
Hailing from France, Nomad has a brand of psychedelic trance that will leave
you in a daze.

ENTROPY live (Doof Records, Israel)
Entropy brings the legendary Doof Records desert sound to SF with this debut
US performance.

DEJAN (NABI Records, France)

PENTA (Auraquake, SF, Russia)
PARADIGM (Mindfunk Records, DEA)=
SENTIENT (Thump Radio, SF)

BREAKS and DUB Featuring:

AQUASKY (Passenger, Botchit and Scarper, Moving Shadow, Breakthru, UK)
Adam Ohana (Get Freaky)
Brother (Spaceship Gaia)
Oohah (Laga)
Diego (El Circo)
A:Duble (Breakthru)
Chris Sia (Infinite Kaos)
Jocelyn (Get Freaky)
Neal (CCC)
Neptune (Spiritual Technology)

DOWNTEMPO featuring:

Irina (Interchill)
Waterjuice (Vaporvent, Melba)
Kode IV (Ceiba)
T.O.B. (Thump)
Saturnia (Phoenix Family)
Garrett (Dreamtime)

Performance by Awesome Energy Elves
Visuals by Dr. Spook and English Steve
Lumin-essent Altars and visuals by Sherry (Huggima)
Décor by Fuzzy's Fabulous Fluff, Desiree, and M.o.E

Presale tickets $15 available at:

Distractions and Ceiba (Haight, SF)
Skills (Telegraph, Berkeley)

Tickets at the door will be $20.  Please get tickets early to avoid lines.

MORE INFO TO Be posted on

Event located at 1015 Folsom, SF 10pm-7am 21+

Friday, Mar 18th
10pm- 4am
$10, 21+ with ID
Mighty - 119 Utah @ 15th  pre sale $5 tickets
MIGHTY BREAKS brings you OPEL & ARANJI and guest Ethan Miller of
Friends & Family.
Opel DJs: Smoove, Syd Gris,  Hoj
Aranji DJs: Barefoot, Jeff Richmond, J Miah, Reid Oda
Special guest DJ from Friends & Family - Ethan Miller
Irish drink specials:  $3 Jamesons, Bushmills & Baileys
Free peptobismal tablets
Free if you were ALL GREEN (head to toe)
and Free is you bring us a real four leaf clover....

# Flaming Lotus Girls: Flames, Fun and Fundraising! 
A Photography/Art Show Fundraiser to celebrate The 
Flaming Lotus Girls. 
Dates: Friday&Saturday, March 18th-19th, 2005 
Friday, DJs and Entertainment, 5-11pm 
Saturday, Open Studio 12-4pm 
Where:Dogpatch Studios, 
991 Tennessee Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 
(between 22nd and 20th near 3rd Street) 
How Much?: Free! 
Proceeds from art sales go toward The Flaming Lotus Girls 

# TransDance 
A tribal dance journey that revitalizes the body and soothes the soul.
Saturday, March 19 (future dates: April 23, May 21
Door and dance floor open at 7:45pm
The TRANSDANCE Journey starts about 8:15pm until approx 10pm
Held at STUDIO RASA in Berkeley
933 Parker Street in the "Sawtooth Building"
between 8th and 9th Streets
Sliding scale 12-15 dollars 
For more info call 510-845-4717 or email

TransDance integrates elements of tribal motion, freeform jamming,
moving meditation and active imagination into a potent, playful and
prayer-full dance experience. Every journey brings the body alive
while nurturing conscious awakening and centering at heart.
We will honor the mysteries and celebrate life!
Come as you are.

# Undulation 2 march 18-19 8pm-2am $15 pre-sale, $18 door

Ultra Gypsy Dance Theater Company is back in San Francisco for the second annual Undulation party and performance. Two nights of hot music and hotter dancing the same weekend international bellydance festival Rakkasah brings hundreds of dancers and dance enthusiasts to the Bay Area.

Last year's Undulation was so popular that it sold out at the door as dancers and partygoers inside shimmied to the sultry sounds of top DJs. Inspired by last year's audience enthusiasm, this year Ultra Gypsy has secured Studio Z for two intense dates, March 18th and 19th, and will host more than thirty of the country's most exciting dancers and five top DJs.

Your hostesses Ultra Gypsy will crown both nights with new works that push belly dance into unexpected realms and the world premiere screening of an excerpt from their hotly-anticipated feature film, Medusa and Machine. In addition to Ultra Gypsy, each night's performances will showcase a selection of dance companies handpicked by Ultra Gypsy Artistic Director Jill Parker for their style, skill, and daring. Friday night will feature headliners Desert Sin out of Los Angeles (,  Kassar ( from the East Coast, California- and Texas-based Tribal Feat (, San Francisco dancer Elizabeth Strong and Southern California's DevaDasi (

Saturday night's lineup includes Belly Dance Superstar guest dancer Kami Liddle ( from Nevada and the return of 2004 favorites BellyGroove ( and Zagahreet Magazine Troupe of the Year Urban Tribal ( out of San Diego. They'll be joined by  the Whores of Babylon (San Francisco) and Phoenix, Arizona's Boom Boom Bollywood (

Leading San Francisco turntablists DJ Janaka ( and DJ Sep( will join Seattle's DJ Filastine ( to keep the crowd moving before, between, and after the performances on Friday night, while DJ Amar ( and Los Angeles DJ El Papachango ( lay down the beats on Saturday.

Advance tickets for Undulation 2 are $15 for one night or $24 for both;  $18 gets you in at the door. A limited number of $75 VIP tickets will gain partygoers priority entrance to the event and access to a plush upstairs lounge stocked with a sampling of delicious Middle Eastern treats and a premium view of the stage. Tickets are available through TicketWeb at, and advance reservations are strongly encouraged; this event will sell out. Doors open at 8 pm; after the performances DJs will be spinning until 2 am.
 Studio Z 314 11th st.@ Folsom

#  “Remember the Disappeared: Wear Blue Triangles on March 18-20”

During the anti-war activities on 18-20th March, the Blue Triangle Network (BTN) calls on all people to include opposition to repression against Muslim, Arab and South Asian immigrants as an important part of activities by wearing a Blue Triangle with the names of the detained and disappeared, and distributing this Appeal and the Blue Triangle Network Fact Sheet. 

March 20, 2005 marks two years since the invasion and occupation of Iraq by the U.S. The anti-war movement has called on people around the world to come out on this day to protest this unjust war and occupation. This global "war on terror" has two components: one, an ongoing war on the world with the occupation of Iraq and threats against other countries, and two, a domestic war on Muslim, Arab and South Asian immigrants, including the repression of dissent. 

The repression of Muslim, Arab and South Asian immigrants has intensified and escalated since 9-11. >From the registrations, raids, detentions and deportations of tens of thousands of immigrants and government-sanctioned racial profiling to the consolidation of a legal infrastructure that allows indefinite detention of immigrants and U.S. citizens, a climate of overall repression has descended and is spreading into far broader sections of society. The confirmations of Alberto Gonzales as U.S. Attorney General and Michael Chertoff as the head of the Dept of Homeland Security make it chillingly clear that this administration plans to continue on this course. 

The Blue Triangle Network calls on the people living in this country to come to the defense of Muslim, Arab and South Asian immigrants, the first targets of these attacks. However, these communities are not the only groups of people whose rights are being trampled. The initial attacks on these communities served as a window through which repressive policies like Homeland Security Act, SEVIS, Special Registration, the USA PATRIOT ACT, the "enemy combatant" status (in which the President can hold anyone indefinitely without charges and which the U.S. Supreme Court recently approved) have been launched. These policies have widened the net of repression and persecution. Activists and dissenters have also been targeted, as was clearly evident during the Republican National Convention and Bush's inauguration, in which protesters were categorized as "terrorists" and labeled as a "national security threat". 

The repression facing the Muslim, Arab and South Asian communities in the present time has taken a different face than immediately after 9-11. While there are no longer mass round-ups, detentions and registrations, racial profiling continues to occur and is likely to worsen. As the occupation of Iraq continues, and other countries in the Middle East are threatened with war, the view of Arabs and Muslims as the "ENEMY WITHIN" will continue to be propagated by the government and mainstream media. With the government apparatus of repression gaining more and more strength, the future of immigrants in this country is under serious threat. 

March 18-20, the Blue Triangle Network calls on the anti-war movement to take up the struggle to stop the repression against Muslim, Arab and South Asian immigrants as an integral part of what you are doing. WEAR A BLUE TRIANGLE WITH THE NAME OF ONE OF THE DISAPPEARED, one of those rounded up and secretly jailed immediately following 9-11, to demonstrate our solidarity with those being targeted today. Download blue triangles from the BTN website: 

ORDER THE BTN 12 PAGE TABLOID SIZE FACT SHEET FOR ON-G0ING USE IN YOUR ANTI-WAR ACTIVITIES. This fact sheet analyzes this repression and tells stories of individuals attacked. 

1000 fact sheets--$100
500 fact sheets--$ 50
100 fact sheets--$15 
To order: email or call 313-942-7187

P.O. BOX 7451, DEARBORN, MI 48121-7451

# Friday&Saturday, March 18th-19th, Free!
Friday, DJs and Entertainment, 5-11pm
Saturday, Open Studio 12-4pm
 Dogpatch Studios,
991 Tennessee  @ 22nd and 20th near 3rd St

Sat Mar 19

# Sat, Mar 19, 2005      10:00 am
Against Military Recruitment in our Schools? On the second anniversary of the war, join the Counter-Recruitment Contingent!
16th and Mission St.(the 16th Street BART station)
AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY, military recruiters were forced to leave early without any recruits because of the hundreds of students that came out to protest their presence at the school! 
This is not an isolated incident. Seattle, Chicago, New York, Madison, Connecticut, Minnesota. In community colleges, high schools, and universities around the nation, students, faculty, and campus workers have come out to protest the BLACKMAILING of education. As billions are being diverted from schools to the war, our students are being told that they need to die before they see a dime of it. 
As recruiters are failing to meet quotas for the first time in a decade, despite more than tripling signing bonuses, we need to rebuild the anti-war movement by fighting against the war where it is weakest. 
Join students, parents, teachers, military families, veterans, community members, and activists on the second anniversary of the war at the 16th Street BART station at 10AM to march up to Dolores Park together. 

# If you would like to take BART to the big SF antiwar demonstration on
Saturday with other LMNOPs meet at the MacArthur BART station at 10:15
AM. We will enter the station at 10:30 AM. If you catch the train later
or at another station, look for us in the last car. - See you there!
"Masters of War" lyrics:
"War Is A Racket!" - General Smedley Butler, USMC
Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace (LMNOP):
Weekly peace walks at Lake Merritt in Oakland.

# S.F. Labor joins Rally March 19 10:30 AM
 Mission High School to Civic Center  18th St @ Dolores 

#  March 19, 2005: Global Day of Action?No to War & Occupation
SF March Assembles: 11 a.m. Dolores Park; Rally: 1 p.m. Civic Center

 Location: The Streets of Our World!!!  GLOBAL  
More Info:  
March 19-20 marks the two-year anniversary of the U.S. bombing and invasion of Iraq. After all of the death and destruction, and with the Bush administration claiming a mandate to continue their war, there's a new urgency and a stronger determination within the global antiwar movement to bring the troops home now. 
*End the War on Iraq* 
* Bring the Troops Home Now * 
*So They Stop Returning Home in These* 
and instead of war and global devastation let's... 
*Rebuild Our Global Communities * 
Millions will again unite globally to say YES to world peace!!! 

# Iraq War: Protest March Sat Mar 19 11am   Dolores Park 
Two years, $200 billion, 1,500 dead americans, and at least 20,000 dead Iraqis. 

# Sat, Mar 19 11:00 am
 No to War & Occupation - Iraq, Palestine, Haiti, Afghanistan, Iran, Korea, Cuba & Everywhere!
Dolores Park 11am to and Civic Center 1pm 18th and Dolores SF

People's Needs, Not pentagon Greed!

Stop Budget Cuts - Save Social Security!

San Francisco: March Assembles: 11 a.m. Dolores Park Rally: 1 p.m. Civic Center

The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition in the United States issued a call in early October to mobilize for the March 19 Global Day of Mass Action. This is the second anniversary of Bush's criminal aggression against the people of Iraq. More than 100,000 Iraqis have died, and yet the resistance to occupation by the Iraqi people has not been stifled through the resort to high tech massacres. U.S. soldiers are being killed and maimed in a war for conquest. In these ways Iraq parallels the U.S. war against Vietnam. While the U.S. government is spending billions to kill in Iraq, Palestine and Haiti, it is destroying social programs and working peoples' Social Security. At the same time, the U.S. is threatening new military action in Iran, Syria, Cuba, North Korea, the Philippines, Sudan and other countries.

Anti-war actions in San Francisco, Los Angeles and other cities around the country and around the world will take place on March 19.

Call 415-821-6545 or email for more info or to volunteer.

# Sat, Mar 19 10:00 am - 3:00 pm  Free compost give-away!
Saturday Berkeley Farmers' Market
Center Street at Martin Luther King, Jr. Way Berkeley

In honor of National Nutrition Month (March) the Berkeley Community
Gardening Collaborative will be hosting a free compost give-away next to
the Saturday Berkeley Farmers' Market.

Cost: Free (as always)

Who Should Attend: Open to the Public
(please note that the Saturday & Tuesday Markets are at different locations)
Accessibility: Convenient public transportation-1 block from "Berkeley" BART
station, parking in garage on Center St. half a block away, wheelchair access.

For More Information: (510) 548-3333;;
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Farmers' Market (lots of mostly organic veggies & fruit)
Free Compost!
Bring your own container-two buckets are suggested or large garbage
(Please backyard amateur gardeners only and no professionals).

About BFM: A program of the Ecology Center since 1987, the Berkeley Farmers' Markets offer a wide range of mostly organic produce and healthy, locally-produced foods. Together with educational events, cooking demonstrations and live music, these award-winning markets serve as a central meeting place for members of our diverse and vibrant community.

# Sat Mar 19 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Palo Alto
  Canopy will be holding a Fungus Fighters workday to remove ivy that is damaging trees in Rinconada Park. We are looking for volunteers to help. If you are interested, contact Canopy at 650-964-6110 or by email at No experience is necessary.

# Saturday March 19th,  2:30 - 5:30
Screening: The Emotional World of Farm Animals
 Pacifica Library, 104 Hilton Wy (at Palmetto), Pacifica. 
 Free with RSVP     RSVP:
Please join Bay Area Vegetarians for this special event.  Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson’s latest book, The Pig Who Sang to the Moon, is a groundbreaking work that explores the emotional lives of pigs, cows, chickens, sheep, goats, and ducks. In both the book and its companion piece, the documentary film "The Emotional World of Farm Animals", Masson learns about and develops relationships with animals most often ignored—except when they’re being eaten. As he shares his new knowledge and insights with us, it’s easy to understand his affection for these animals—and his conviction that we must change the horrendous reality most of them live.   
FYI, there is no graphic footage in this film.
 It is suitable for audiences of all ages.
Doors open at 2:30, film starts at 3:00 pm;  free admission with RSVP   Light vegan refreshments served.   Please bring a friend to see this film.    
Sponsored by: Bay Area Vegetarians, 

# Dr Techno's Blacklight Theatre, Vaudeville & Puppetereal Special
 Saturday, March 19th 8:30pm-12:00pm $20 or barter
 NEON TUBE SWALLOWER & SWORD SWALLOWER:                                               TOBIAS
with elctric violin by Perry, Ztar by Keith Moore Kinetic Kitchen Art
       Liam's Washing Machine Percussion Machine
       & Dementim's Rotating Knives & Forks
         Illusion & Negative Strip Tease Dance
        The Disappearing Technoman   --   RoboFriend --
        Blacklight Puppet Acts with Alien Girl #34
    Other random puppetereal acts of singing including      
-oh-la-la 'The Devil."
Center for Blacklight Variety Arts aka Speakeasy Cinema
354 5th St San Francisco 415-904-9824

# Sat Mar 19
Hey y'all the house of lotus is gearing up to do it again.
this st patricks day we are breaking out the el circo sound system and
special guests for serious subsonic love.
come join us and help us put this operation back on the nevada playa where
it belongs.
deets below and flyer attached.  its gonna rock and your ass needs to be in
the muthafukkin place.  underground location in the mission.  please respect
the neighbors.  ssshhh
tha deets: Saturday March 19th
10PM - 6AM 270 14th St at Mission
House O'Lotus DJs: Alibi (Lotus)
DeepEddy (Lotus) Shissla (Lotus, pARTicipate)
PLUS - top secret guest: Agent Squish (Bassnympho Labs)
Sound by El Circo Sound System
$10 in festive irish threads $15 w/o

# anon salon WunderGround  Sat Mar 19 9 PM

In advance of spring, some way 
booming blooms - edging upwards 
to erupt in splendid streams of color! 

SATURDAY, March 19, 2005 

@ Anon Gallery 
285 9th Street (@ Folsom) 
9 pm - late 

$10 b4 10pm 
$15 after 10pm/ in Fashion Statements of Intent 
$20/ DaZed and Conformed 

Holy Hologramosphere! 
A firecracker meltdown of weaving decknichians! 
• SLY (Sub Dub Luv)link > 
• DFUNKT (Funkifired Flavors)link > 
• RODMAN (Neverland Jams) 
• KAP'N KIRK (Space Cowboys)?link > 
• MANCUB (Space Cowboys)link > 
vs. LAZY SLAVE (Tha Mog Pound/Flirty Lump) 

Breakdown Palace 
Multiple mansions of royal grooves! 
• BLVD (3 piece House and Breaks band)link > 
• QUEEN AGNES B (Sister SF)?link > 
• KYRIAN (Beatbox Puppetry) 
• Plus More TBA! 

Painted Monkey 
A light riot of offbeat passions! 
New Oil Infestations) link > 
• PETRA (Slow Paint Dimensions)link > 
• KAIA JACOBI (STS9/Video X-Sight-Elations) 
• ROSANNA & SYD(Make Your Own Flower Of Power) 
• LIGHTN'WIRE FX(Another Glowing Gem)link> 
• Plus More TBA! 

(With HEATERS! and TENTS!) 
& more...

# Sat 3/19 - Roots Hardcore Ruckus Massive. 3 rooms of ragga jungle, hiphop, dancehall, breakcore, dub, grime, hardcore.
10pm - 6am @ Noodle Factory 1255 26th St @ Union, West Oakland. $8 donation All ages. sound by S.P.A.Z., 5lowershop, R.A.T.S.T.A.R.

# Mar 19,20 Anniv of 2003 bombing of IRAQ - GENERAL STRIKE
Massive Global Protests: 

Sun mar 20

# Free Sunset Party  Sunday, March 20 12pm - 8pm
 Happy Spring Equinox  SUNSET *the season begins* 
 Stafford Lake Park, Novato Ca.  All welcome  FREE 
Park Fee: $7.00 per vehicle or $2.00 walk in per person  
Rebecca Watkins 
Hesohi ~ live performance!! 

Silk painting display by: Daniel Bornstein 

A special alter with the them of LIFE will be created for the day dedicated to our dear friend Durek who has been hospitalized recently. 
However this is a communal altar to reflect how all our lives are frequently intertwined. More info to come on how you can contribute!! 

 call: 415.820.1664 for directions

# Sun, Mar 20, 2005      1:30 pm
San José Diridon Train Station 65 Cahill St San Jose
On the Second Anniversary of the U.S. Invasion of Iraq
1:30 p.m.: Marchers Gather at San José Diridon Train Station, 65 Cahill Street, San José
3:00 p.m.: Rally at Plaza de Cesar Chavez, on Market St
between San Fernando and E. San Carlos, San José

# Penny Potlatch Parade Sun Mar 20 2:00 PM Sharp
FREE (except for all your pennies...)
& Vernal Equinox Extravaganza

Peter Copperseed presents the annual Cacophony Society PENNY PARADE & Vernal  Equinox Extravaganza, now in it’s dozenth year!  (OK, so Penny Parade purists know that traditionally this is the AUTUMNAL Equinox Extravaganza, but unforeseen circumstances such as the Presidential election and the Folsom Street Fair preempted last fall’s festivities so we’ll do it now.  Besides, we’ll have enough pennies saved up come September we can do it again…)  Bring your penny jar.  Spare-change the passers-by (offering, of course).  Give people a penny for their thoughts.  It’s spring! So let’s sow the seeds of good luck by leaving lucky pennies for people to find.  Organized bevies of copper lamé clad tap dancing showgirls/boys performing lavish synchronized Busby Berkeley-like production numbers are always welcome. Be prepared to throw your money away in this bizarre abundance ritual.

When: Sunday, March 20, 2005,  2:00 PM SHARP!
Where:  Corner of Haight & Ashbury, San Francisco
Bring:  Pennies galore!
Dress:  Costumes or attire of a monetary or vernal theme most encouraged.
Lend:  If you have a LOUD boom box that you can bring to the event to play a tape of money music, please call Peter Copperseed at (415) 252-7459.

 Haight Street corner of Haight & Ashbury
 Muni lines: 7, 6, 71, 43, 37, 33 (415) 252-7459

# Sunday, March 20 7:00  - 9:30 PM Hotel Utah 
500 4th Street ( at Bryant )    some
of the most beautiful, heartfelt soul moving and sole 
tapping music in an intimate environment. 
These events have been held monthly since November at 
the Spiral Muse Home of Well Being, and are now going 
to be held at San Francisco's famous Hotel Utah 
beginning with the next showcase on Sunday, 3/20/2005.
 The bands at the last showcase included the very 
soulful Shelley Doty ( ) and the
ethereal  songstress Polyanna Bush ( ).  
atmosphere is intimate, the musicians will move you, 
and the price is right too --there is only a $7 cover.
 If you sign up at 
at least 48 hours in advance of the show, you can get 
2 for 1 admission prices, so that is 2 for $7.00. This

# "Central Park Belongs to the People--March on Central Park on March 20 
to End the Occupation!"

# The Rasa Family Presents... EARTH AWAKENING

Spring Equinox with Tezkatlipoka Aztec Dance
Studio Rasa, Berkeley
Sunday, March 20th 
$10, free to all children!

The Aztec Dancers will join us in a blessing for the
children and
to share their brilliant dance accompanied by their
drumming. We will circle together in song and prayer
and unify to welcome in Spring's renewal. Bring an
instrument and an offering for an earth altar. We will
dance, sing and enjoy the blessing of life.

7:00 Altar Creation
7:30 Blessing of the Children
7:45 Aztec Dance Performance
8:45 Community Music Circle with Local Singer

Also on the Equinox...

REIKI 1 TRAINING with Matt and Ed Schmookler

Join us this Spring Equinox for an all day training
and attunement in the first degree practice of Reiki. 
Reiki, Universal Life Energy, is an ancient practice
of hands-on healing from Japan. Attunement allows
access to this energy to help yourself and others
heal. In the training you will learn how to hold your
hands gently on the energy centers of the body and
allow Reiki to flow through. You will learn hands on
positions for treating yourself and others. You will
also learn the history and principles of Reiki and
basic ethics and anatomy for Reiki bodywork practice. 
Ed and Matthew are father and son and are both Reiki
masters and teachers. Matthew has been practicing
Reiki for over six years and Ed, for seven.

Limited Space Available
Please call (510) 459-0479 to reserve space

Where is it all happening...

Studio Rasa
A community sanctuary in Berkeley offering movement,
meditation, massage, music and more...

933 Parker (btwn 8th and 9th St.)
(510) 843-2787

sharing the essence of life

Mon Mar 21

 On-going Mondays from 5:30-6:30pm
Starting March 21st @ The Circus Center
755 Frederick Street SF, CA 94122 (right by UCSF) or call 
(415) 759-8123.

# Natural Resources, a pregnancy, childbirth and early
parenting center will be  hosting an evening lecture with
Michel Odent on Monday, March 21st from 7:45 to 9:45pm at the Noe
Valley Ministry.  1021 Sanchez St. near 23rd St.
Tickets $20 Natural Resources at  415)550-2611. Compassion means not mutilating your baby.
Circumscision is cruel. Be nice.  Please don't subject any child 
to a life of insensitivity. Insensitive boys goes on to make wars.

Tue MAr 22

# Water Conservation Showcase Tuesday, March 22 11:00 AM
This email is a notice about an upcoming showcase on water conservation 
to be held in San Francisco at the Pacific Energy Center, 851 Howard 
Street on March 22. To register for this event go to on the Internet. You can also register 
for any Energy Center classes by calling 415.973.2277. 

2nd Annual Water Conservation Showcase 
Tuesday, March 22nd from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm 
Pacific Energy Center (PEC), 851 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 

In the drought-prevalent climate of California, water availability, 
water policy issues and water conservation strategies have never been 
more timely concerns. The 2005 Water Conservation Showcase will feature 
the latest cutting-edge products, services, and information available to 
help Californians conserve and wisely manage our most abused and most 
critical natural resource. The event will showcase products like 
water-efficient fixtures, drought-tolerant landscaping systems, leak 
detection equipment, permeable pavement, drip irrigation and rainwater 
harvesting systems. In addition to products and services, the showcase 
will highlight creative conservation ideas and problem-solving design 
approaches through lectures and panel discussions by government and 
industry leaders addressing regional water issues. Join us for this 
important and educational event co-sponsored by the Northern California 
Chapter of the US Green Building Council 
a) and the Pacific Energy Center 

Speaker topics and schedule: 

12:00 PM Richard Harris of East Bay Municipal Utility District and Dana 
Haasz of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission on "Leading the 
Way: Bay Area Water Conservation Programs" 

12:00 PM David C. Gibney of HDR Inc. on "Innovative Water Planning and 
the 10th & Bannock Building" 

1:30 PM Susan Handjian & Christine Finch of East Bay Municipal Utility 
District on "Plants and Landscapes for Summer-Dry Climates of the San 
Francisco Bay Region" 

1:30 PM Alex Lantsberg of the Alliance for a Clean Water Front on 
"Water Planning Issues for San Francisco and Beyond" 

3:00 PM Paul Kephart, Rana Creek on "Living Architecture: An Ecological 

3:00 PM Ronnie Cohen of the Natural Resources Defense Council on 
"Energy Down the Drain, The Hidden Costs of California's Water Supply" 

4:30 PM Sharon Sarris of Greenfuse, Don Mills of Clivus Multrum, and 
Mike Hazinski of East Bay Municipal Utility District on "Potty Talk: a 
Forum on Water-Conserving Fixtures" 

4:30 PM Gary Klein of the California Energy Commission on "Do You Like 
it Hot?: Improving Hot Water Distribution Systems" 

6:00 PM Tim Pope of Northwest Water Source on "Rainwater Harvesting: 
Dealing with Dr. 'No'" 

6:00 PM Gary Wolff of the Pacific Institute on "Economic Assessment of 
Water Conserving Fixtures: Some Methods and Examples" 

The event is free of charge but advanced registration is recommended 
for this very popular program. To register or to find additional 
information, go to Presentation 
descriptions and speaker bios will be posted soon. 

Event Sponsors: 
Northern California Chapter of the US Green Building Council 
Pacific Energy Center 

Event Supporters: 
ADPSR - Northern California Chapter 
AIA Committee on the Environment - San Francisco Chapter 
APLD - Association of Professional Landscape Designers 
American Society of Landscape Architects - Northern California Chapter 
California Department of Water Services 
California Integrated Waste Management Board 
California Landscape Contractors Association 
California Urban Water Agencies 
California Urban Water Conservation Council 
Department of the Environment, City and County of San Francisco 
East Bay Municipal Utility District 
Ecological Landscaping Association 
Food Service Technology Center 
Green Resource Center 
International Interior Design Association - Northern California 
The Pacific Institute 
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission 
San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) 
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Pacific Southwest - Region IX 
Water Resources Center Archives - University of California, Berkeley 

To register for this event go to on the 
Internet or call 415.973.2277. 

Juliette Beck 
California Campaign Director 
Water for All 
Public Citizen 
510-663-0888 ext. 101 

To subscribe, please send a email to with "subscribe waterforallca" in the message subject. ? hope this works...

# Tue, Mar 22 7:00 pm At El Rio 3158 Mission St SF
At El Rio 3158 Mission St SF

# Also, you might be interested in some free movie screenings SF IndieFest is co-presenting with a club called Drunken Monkey, Tuesdays at the Cat Club, 1190 Folsom at 8th. Doors are at 9p, movie starts at 10p, DJ spins 12a till close at 2a. Cats is 21up:
March 8: Fight Club, March 15: Airplane, March 22: Boondock Saints, March 29:  Repo Man


Wed Mar 23

# Protest to shut the pg&e hunters point power plant
 Evict PG&E from Hunters Point!      COMMUNITY PROTEST
 for environmental justice    Wed March 23, 2005 12 Noon
 PG&E Corporate HQ 77  Beale St , SF
 at Market Street near Embarcadero BART
Sponsored by the Coalition to Shut Down the PG&E Hunters Point Power Plant,
Huntersview Tenants Association, All Hallows Garden Residents Association,
Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice, Code Blue, Community
First Coalition  (415) 248-5010

# Please help support the campaign to shut down the PG&E power plant in
Hunters Point.  Flyer's being sent as an attachment.  spread the word...

# Wed, Mar 23 7:00 pm WHO BOMBED JUDI BARI?
Humanist Hall 390 27th St. (between Broadway & Telegraph)
This documentary covers the story of Judi Bari's case against the FBI
and the OPD (the Oakland police). The first charge against the FBI is
false arrest the FBI accused Judi and Darryl of possessing the
explosives which blew up in their car. The second charge is bogus
investigation: the FBI never made the slightest attempt to find out who
bombed Judi Bari, even though there were written death threats against
her life which had been turned over to the FBI. The third charge is
against the FBI bomb school: in the weeks before the car bombing, an FBI
special agent taught a course in how to blow up cars with pipe bombs --
the same agent who later accused Judi of planting a bomb in her own car.
The fourth charge is COINTELPRO: the same FBI oppression and violence
used against political activists and organizations for social change
like the Black Panthers in the 1960s and 1970s was now being used
against Earth First! in the 1990s. And the fifth charge against the FBI
is falsifying evidence: the FBI crime lab distorted and manipulated
scientific evidence to support their accusation that Judi Bari
accidently bombed herself in her own car while transporting a bomb to
blow up someone else. Other short documentaries about the Judi Bari case
will be available to show this evening as well.

# YLEM Robot Artist Studio Tour Wednesday, March 23 7:00 PM
YLEM Studio Tour 
Wednesday, March 23, 7:30 pm 
Carl Pisaturo's main workshop 
1111 Florida at 23rd St, San Francisco, CA 94102 
FREE, Open to the public 

Sponsored by YLEM: Artists Using Science and Technology 

Carl is an inventor / artist / engineer who has been working in new 
media since 1995. His work includes robotic sculpture, intelligent 
lighting, structures, and 3-D photography. All design, fabrication, 
electronics and software are done by Carl. Works are primarily made 
of machined aluminum and plastics, and often incorporate miniature 
cable and custom electronics. See website for more information. 

Carl Pisaturo's main workspace is at 1111 Florida at 23rd St, in the 
Mission district of San Francisco. At this site, the design, assembly 
and electronics work are done. (most Metalwork is done elsewhere). 
Several working pieces will be on display. 

Thu Mar 24

Thursday, March 24, 7:00 PM
Mission High School, 3750 18th Street (at Dolores)
$5 requested donation; Free for students; No one turned away
Featured Speakers include:
?Rahul Mahajan, Anti-war Activist and Author of Full Spectrum Dominance: U.S. Power in Iraq and Beyond
?Cindy Sheehan, mother of fallen Iraq war soldier, Co-Founder of Gold Star Parents for Peace, and member of Military Families Speak Out
?Fernando Suarez, father of fallen Iraq war soldier, Founder of Guerrero Azteca Project and member of Gold Star Parents for Peace
?Aimee Allison, Gulf War conscientious objector, counter recruiter, and Oakland City Council candidate
?Howard Wallace, San Francisco Labor Council, National Board of Pride at Work, and Steering Committee of US Labor Against the War
?Sean O'Neil, US Veteran of the Iraq War and purple-heart recipient
?Medea Benjamin, Co-Founder of Global Exchange and CODEPINK: Women for Peace

# Thurs 3/24: Anarchy Magazine presents Bob Black (speaker), Blackbird R@um (Jug band) + more @ Long Haul Infoshop 3124 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley. 8pm

# Th Mar 25 FULL MOON

# Fri 3/25 - San Francisco Critical Mass bike ride. Gather 5:30pm @ Justin Herman Plaza, SF. Ride leaves at 6pm.

# Fri 3/25 - 8th Annual Anarchist Cafe, SF.  (benefit for the Attica to Abu Ghraib Conference) $5 donation. None turned away.
6pm - Midnight at 225 Potrero Ave. at 16th Street in San Francisco. Performances, videos. Dinner: 7 - 8pm. All ages. Kid space!

# ***please forward***** The 8th Annual
*****A N A R C H I S T  C A F E*****
Vegan dinner!!  Music!!  Spoken Word!! Surprises!!
Friday, March 25, 2005 6pm on
"The Kitchen" 225 Potrero Ave., at 16th St SF
$5 - $15 donation requested No one turned away 
VIDEO by Video Activist Network
dinner 7 - 8
performers indoors 7-10:30
video 8-9
all ages!  kid space!
drug and alcohol free space.
wheelchair accessible.
volunteers needed to help volunteer, email
This year’s Anarchist Café is a benefit for The Central Committee for
Conscientious Objectors, which supports and promotes individual and
collective resistance to war and preparations for war; and for From Attica to Abu Ghraib: An Organizing
Conference on Human Rights, Torture, and Resistance, sponsored by the
International Human Rights Initiative

# No Confidence Movement here: 
Election Reform Workshop - The No Confidence Movement
Friday, March 25 @ 7:30pm
SF Green Party HQ - 1028 A  Howard Street, between 6th and 7th

#  Ggreg's List Bonfire   WHEN: Friday 25 March, 8:00pm til midnight  WHERE: Ocean Beach at the end of Fulton HOW MUCH: Well FREE of course  

# Carol Leigh aka Scarlot Harlot and Carol Queen invite you to…
$pread Magazine Release Party-An unapologetic evening of 
hedonistic art, music, burlesque, and other erotic delights 
The Center for Sex and Culture
398 11th St. 3rd Floor at Harrison in SF
Friday, March 25th 8-11pm
Suggested donation $10-100 (no one turned away)
 Free copy of the magazine with all $10+ donations!
Lip Stick Conspiracy Best SF Girl Band in 2004! 
(SFBay Guardian Best of the Bay)
Clever, Cute and Kinky Cabaret! Kitten on the Keys
Erotic Readings by Melissa Gira and Yalith Fonfa
Burlesque Performances by The Lollies, Stigmata Hari and Miss Julep 
Roky Roulette The World's only Pogo Strip Tease Artist
Branding and Saddling with Urban Cowgirls Kick and Rain
Cosmic Sound by DJ Seofon
     Special Appearances by:
The Vagina Lady
Carol Leigh aka Scarlot Harlot
     Erotic Art by: 
Ruby Pearl
David Steinberg
Dorian Katz
Craig Scoffone
Helen Khlystova 
     This event is brought to you by
$pread Magazine 
Sex Workers Outreach Project

Sat Mar 26

# Sat 3/26 - 10th Annual Bound Together Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair, SF. Free.
10am - 6pm @ SF County Fair Building, near 9th ave & Lincoln Way in Golden Gate Park, SF

#  ? Golden Gate Park ? Stanyan @ Waller / Kezar Pavillion ?
 10th Annual San Francisco Anarchist Book Fair March 26th

Speakers confirmed so far include:

Barry Pateman - archivist at the Kate Sharpley Library, and senior
editor at the Emma Goldman Papers. The most recent volume of
Emma Goldman - A Documentary History Of The American Years
Volume 2: Making Speech Free, 1902-1909 has just been published
by University of California Press,and he has authored introductions
to both the new edition of Alexander Berkman's 'What Is
Anarchism' and The Voltairine De Cleyre Reader

Ward Churchill - reknowned scholar activist and troublemaker is
the author and editor of numerous books and audio CDs. His latest
work is On The Justice Of Roosting Chickens

Eric Drooker - legendary graphic artist whose work has graced a
thousand walls, posters, t shirts and book covers. His seminal novel
without words, Flood! is now available again in a new elegant

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz - pioneering feminist, and perennial activist
is the author of two (to date) autobiographies - Red Dirt: Growing
Up Okie, and her memoir of the 60s, Outlaw Woman

Peter Werbe is an editor of Fifth Estate, the longest-running
anarchist journal in America today.

Chris Carlsson spent 13 years stealing office supplies to produce
Processed World, a zine that chronicled the drudgery of 9-to-5 desk
jobs. He helped bring Critical Mass into being, and created
SHAPING SAN FRANCISCO: The Interactive Multimedia
Excavation of the Lost History of San Francisco

Entartete Künst (German for 'degenerate art') is an
anarcho-electro/hip-hoppers put out political electronic music that
fuses low- and high-brow culture (think dark, slow hip-hop with
Noam Chomsky samples) into a potent mix that challenges the
status quo.

Sat 3/26 - 2nd Annual BADASS (Bay Area Direct Action Soccer Series) Tournament 2005
West Bay vs. East Bay All-Star Anarchist Soccer Showdown! @ Golden Gate Park during the Anarchist Bookfair. Match time to be announced on http://www.indybay/arts

# Hello SF Living Foods!
I'll be at Rainbow Grocery Co-op next Saturday
offering a tasting of our Brownie Bite and Coconut
Ginger Bite: Saturday, March 26th 11am-2pm
Rainbow Coop - 1745 Folsom St
I'm guessing these are for humans.

They also make raw foods for non-human animals.

Our dog is actually 100% raw vegan.
She is a Rhodesian Ridgeback (we did research and
found that this breed does well on a vegan diet)

We adopted her, and she was very ill: kennel cough,
was loosing chunks of fur, was skin and bone (45
lbs!), and very depressed.
We converted her diet over a 2 month period, and now
she just eats nuts, seeds, fruits and veggies, and
weighs 90lbs.

So often we are stopped on the street and people want
to touch her because her fur is amazingly silky soft
and super shiney, and no shedding and no oder!

She has her own favorite pate recipe, which we have in
our uncookbook: The Art of Raw, which is available on
our website:

# Saturday Jams @ Xenodrome continue March 19th & 26th ~ 12 noon till 3 pm.  
Musicians coming together, just to make music...What a concept! ?, 1320 Potrero @ 25th & Cesar Chavez

# Bunny Jam 5:  Adventures in BunnyHOPolis! 

Saturday, March 26th, 8pm till 6am

1919 Market St, Oakland (2 blocks South of West Grand)

$10 FullBunny; $15 SumBunny; $20 UnBunny 

Join the mass EGGsodus! Hop from HARE to absurdity! Tumble through the RABBIT hole and discover a congrEGGation of bunnies in BunnyHOPolis, an EGGstrordinary city sprawling with EGGsistential questions:  Will you take the red jellybean or the
blue jellybean? Is BunnyHOPolis a physical state or state of mind?  HOPpiness itself? Or an EGGsercise in FURtility? Oh hippety hoppers of harebrained HOPpenings, HARE we go again!!! 

Abu Bunny De-humanization Station - The Golden Carrot Cabaret & Egglight District - The Dreamland HOPstacle Course - A HOPolopalicious Ho-down in The Bunnydrome - Oracle Forest & HOPpy Haunty Cemetary - The Hopalopolis Egg Hunt! - The Bunny Hole Express to Blacklight Briarpatch - The Bunny Arts District - Dr. Frankenpeep’s Recombinant P(eep)NA Lab - Bunny
Boingers - A Midnight Bunny Toss - Maypole Polkas & InEGGural Balls - Kali Bunny Shrine & Buddhabunny Temple - Hare Apparent Projections - 18 Carrot Mango & Bubbleberrybop Punches - The Annual FURshion Show (featuring U!) -  Hippety Puppety Theatery - The Evolution Carrot Committee Presenting Fluph-in! - Easter Egg Scramble for Bunnyside-ups ++ 

Including the incomparable talents of the Bay Area’s finest bunnyflippin’ artists, VJs, DJs, and perFURmers: 
Dr. Furiendly - Dr. Wabbitkiss (feral-minded cartoon jazz) - Mein HARE! - RunRabbitRon Harebert - Spoonish Bunny - Furtographer - DJ NeonBunny - GoofeRABBIT (purveyors of hippety hop euphonics) - Carrot Lewis - Starbunny - Shimmery Bunny - Kharmabunny - Bunny Fodder - Marcia Crosbunny - Little Bunny John - Los Lunch Bunnies - DJ Helgabunny - SugarBunni - Jackie
Jackrabbit - The Evolution Carrot Committee (ECC) - Jenny Peep - John Mosbunny - Simbunny - Nambla the Bunny - Marin Bunny - Holcomb Bunnylite - The FUR Arts Collective (carrot spinning) - Skibit - CameraBunny - Ether Bunny - Justin YoungBunny - Dr. Boris Rabid! - Dr. Frankenpeep - Superspacebunny - Mobunny Molitov - Bunnies with Chainsaws! +++ 

Sponsored by the Department of Hareland Security, BJ1, BJ2, etc and so what! Hooray!

Also join us April 1st for a Billion Bunny March as
part of the St. Stupid‘s Day Parade! See for details      Please enter and exit vewy vewy quietly!

In celebration of the spring equinox
Saturday March 26th At STUDIO RASA
933 Parker St (8th & 9th) Berkeley Ca  94710
8:30pm   DOORS
9:00       YOGA DANCE with TENLEY
10:00      Tai-Chi with PATRICK KING
11:00     The DJ?s Fire it UP
CLAY (Yoga Tai-Chi)
MOONDOGGY (yoga Tai-Chi)
$10 before 10pm $15 After
This is a shoe Free event ? Please bring your yoga mat
All ages welcome

# Rapture: Living in Love
SpiralMuse House Party and Fundraiser**
Saturday, March 26 9 pm to 2 am
Soulsalaam (future juju)::Syd gris (opel)::Shanti (triple power)
Swami (the community)::Chakka (02 bar)::Yehudit (mysticscave)
* First 100 guests receive Living in Love 3CD music set  
* Two floors of luxuriantly lush chill 
* Sumptuous healing and massage 
* Treats & elixirs to titillate your senses 
* Fabulous silent auction – (want to contribute?  See how: 
* Candlelight ceremony at midnight
$20 donation requested* ~ pre-sale only ~ This event will sell out, so buy early. 
To purchase Tickets online: 
To purchase Tickets by hand:

# BOUNTY  Sat Mar 26 10:00 PM
 Infinite Kaos  136 Taylor Street @ Turk / Eddy
Celebrate abundance with Infinite Kaos & El Circo. Featuring a cornucopia of musicmakers: Geeno (IK), a midnight performance manifesting abundance and transition as Infinite Kaos changes its name to ?????? At 12:15 Oo-ah (LABA) & Dorfex Bos (FSCK) work their dynamic duo. El Papachango (El Circo) returning from Miami to bless this house. Kitty D (Kitty-ology/El Circo) slows it down 33 1/3 stylie. And Chris Sia (IK/El Circo) brings in the dawn. You can bet Desiree will be there with her fan! Phidelity (Organic Light Industries) and Andres (IK) handling the chill chamber all night long! Refreshments of all kinds served to keep you here all night long! 
And Kitty D and Chris Sia bring you Tobiko Freako Sushi Lounge the next night, Sun March 27, 10pm-2am, at Ryoko's Restaurant & Bar. Cuz you know how good fish is when you're cracked out after the pahtee. Come for the groovin' ethnoslut sounds and slowed down grungy breaks, slam down some sake and maki. Always, no cover and under the covers. MEOW!!!!!!!

# $$$ LIQUIDATE $$$ Saturday, March 26 43 Norfolk St $10, all night
As you may know, ownership of FPHQ has recently changed hands, and The Company is moving to new a new, soon-to-be-announced location in San Francisco. So on March 26, False Profit is saying goodbye to 43 Norfolk with LIQUIDATE, the last party ever to happen at that location! The Company is clearing out all the old late-night entertainment to make room for the new models - all the fun must go!
- Tung - Donna Matrix - Kraddy - Smoove - Laird
- Kap'n Kirk - Joe Encarnacion - ALXNDR - benchun - more TBA...
Learn more about our new Memorable Moments technology and get up-to-the-minute information about the line-up at:
The Life You Enjoy May Be Your Own!

# Sat 3/26 - Anarchy Magazine benefit show at 924 Gilman, Berkeley. Resist and Exist, Takaru, Gather, Resistance Culture, Killdashnine $5

Sun Mar 27

# Sun 3/27 - BASTARD Anarchist Conference @ UC Berkeley. 10am - 6pm

# Sun 3/27- Anarchist Pride Month Parade in SF. 11am. Dolores Park. March towards Civic Center at noon.

# Sun 3/27 - Iron Maiden Party (benefit for Critical Mass sound system). Maiden tribute band: I Yearn 4 Maiden. Eddie look-alike contest. Trashy Metal Vixen Contest. Maiden karaoke. 8pm. $5 donation. Berkeley location. Call 1-800-GUN-NUMB for directions.

Tue Mar 29

# Also, you might be interested in some free movie screenings SF IndieFest is co-presenting with a club called Drunken Monkey, Tuesdays at the Cat Club, 1190 Folsom at 8th. Doors are at 9p, movie starts at 10p, DJ spins 12a till close at 2a. Cats is 21up:
March 8: Fight Club, March 15: Airplane, March 22: Boondock Saints, March 29:  Repo Man

April 2005

# SECOND ANNUAL National "I'm Embarrassed 
by the pResident" Day, April 1st, 2005.
WEAR A BROWN RIBBON, official button, brown clothing
in protest of all the BS coming out of the White House

# Sat 4/2 - Reclaim The Streets (RTS) street party: a comMUNIty mutiny against fare hikes hits in SF
noon @ Dolores Park. Its a masquerade ball, so D r E s S t O I m p R e s S. We'll hit the streets at 1pm sharp in search of fun and mischief... 

#    a comMUNIty mutiny against fare hikes hits SF in the form
  of a reclaim the streets (RTS) street party on
  Its a masquerade ball, so if you dont want to hang for it later,
  you better D r E s S    t O    I m p R e s S.   We'll hit the streets 
at 1 pm sharp in search of fun and mischief...
Download publicity (or make your own) at or and put them up anywhere and everywhere.

Sat April 2 12 PM - 3 PM
at the historic Swedish American Hall
above Café DuNord, 2174 Market Street (at 15th Street)

# DUSTFISH CIRCUS and FUNDRAISER   4/2/05   @NIMBY in Oakland 
Every year we hear complaints about not enough LIVE MUSIC on the Playa, and every year, DUSTFISH goes to the Playa, builds a stage and bar, plugs in the lights and PA, and presents HOT LIVE MUSIC, and DJS...last year we presented a Stilt Ballet and the searing music of KAN'NAL, among other things.   Here's your chance to support LIVE ART on the Playa and have a Blast doing it! 
Whether it's live music or djs or just a fun good vibe you're after, you'll find it this night... 
LIVE (inside stages)  *DR. ABACUS*  *GOOFERMAN*  *FUNKY BEULAH*  *ECC (Evolution Control Committee)*  *ALT TAL*  *ARTEMIS*  *KURT WAHLBERG*  *LA MALINCHE (Flemenco)*  *GROUNDCHUCK*  *FIRE ARTS COLLECTIVE*   and believe it or not a *FLASH & LORD HUCKLEBERRY DUET* 
and, should you feel like dancing your booty off around the fire: 
DJS (outside)  *OOAh*  *SMOOVE*  *NoMe*  *LARON aka SWAN*  *DAISY CRAVE*  *SHRIMP*  *LEO* 
@NIMBY  ( ) for directions...(just over the Bridge if coming from SF) 
4/2/05    9pm-??? (you might wanna bring your sunglasses?)    $5 b4 11pm   $10 after for changes, more (yes, more!) and updates...Festive (Playa) Attire Highly, I'm laughing my ass off....... 
and, many, many thanks, in advance...DUSTFISH LOVES YOU!  
(now, bend over and crack a smile!) 
28th @ Peralta, Oakland.
details at

# Comcast is coming to town. Come and protest April 3rd at 2 pm!

The big cable companies will be having its annual meeting in San Francisco Apr 3-5.
Communications Workers of America and Media Alliance are planning to welcome Comcast with a protest rally on Sunday April 3rd at 2 pm. Come to the rally and bring others with you.

We are looking for organizational endorsements for this event. Please contact me at this email if you have any questions or if you can give us your endorsement.

For more information about the rally, go to

Thanks to your calls, we won!

Thanks to everyone who called the San Francisco's Public Utility's Commission on Tuesday.  Despite industry lobbying, the PUC approved the money to study the feasibility of municipal broadband in San Francisco.

Comcast gets an earful in Marin

The big corporations have money and power, but our communities have people. Check out what happened in Marin County when 200 crowded in San Rafael's City Hall to vent their frustration about Comcast.

"It is extremely unusual to have this many people show up on a weeknight for this meeting," Supervisor Susan Adams said. "I don't recall ever having this many people at one of our Board of Supervisor meetings, and for every person here, I'm sure there are dozens more who feel the same way."

Read the whole article at


Contact Sydney Levy at or at 510-832-9000, ext 303

San Francisco Media Advocates' Coalition --> Check our website for updated information!

# Make Radio, Not War! - Hands-on Radio Camps, Build an FM Broadcast 
Transmitter - 2005 Schedule

A four day hands-on workshop session sponsored by Free Radio Berkeley. 
During the 4 days you will learn how to build FM broadcast transmitters 
(and other related items such as antennas) and set up a low power (5-100 
watt) community radio station capable of covering a broadcast radius 
between 3 and 15 miles depending on power, terrain and antenna height.

The workshop tuition is $150-$200 sliding scale. Transmitter kits are 
provided for assembly experience. These may be also purchased during the 
workshop session so you can walk away at the end with an assembled and 
tested transmitter. Average cost for a broadcast station kit package 
(transmitter, antenna, cabling power, supply) is just $300 to $700, 
depending on kits and power level chosen.

Radio Camp sessions, which run Friday through Monday (10 am to 6 pm), 
will be held at FRB’s Oakland location on the following dates:

April 8-11, 2005 May 27-30, 2005 July 1-4, 2005
August 5-8, 2005 September 2-5, 2005

Make Radio Not War! Break the corporate stranglehold on the free flow of 
information, ideas, art and cultural expression with your own radio station

Contact Free Radio Berkeley for further information or to register for 
the radio camp

Free Radio Berkeley, 1442A Walnut St., Suite 406, Berkeley, CA 94709


A Benefit for Willow Rosenthal’s Medical Needs;
Willow was permanently injured by the
Oakland Police on April 7th, 2003.

Thursday April 7th, 7 p.m.
Café Van Kleef (21 and over)
1621 Telegraph @17th, Oakland
(19th  Street BART)

·	Andrea Pritchett (of Rebecca Riots), Shelley Doty (East Bay Express called her
"the complete performer in her use of cranked emotions in her singing, edgy rock
energy and swinging jazz guitar rhythms." ) & Friends
·	Henri Ducharme with TaraLinda – New French music and beyond (accordion &
·	Spoken Word Performance

·	“Shots on the Docks” the documentary depicting the events at the Oakland Docks
on April 7, 2003 by Steve Zeltzer of the Labor Video Project will screen.


·	Jack Heyman, ILWU rank and file activist who was arrested by police April 7,
2003 and fought and won bogus charges against him.
·	Antonia Juhasz, winner of the Project Censored Award for her article on the
corporate invasion of Iraq, co-author of Alternatives to Economic Globalization
(2nd Edition) and antiwar educator and organizer.
·	Member of Campaign for Community Safety and Police Accountability


On April 7 2003 hundreds of Bay Area anti-war, labor and community activists
picketed corporate war profiteers at the Oakland docks.  The Oakland Police
Department (OPD), after meeting days before with maritime bosses, opened fire
on nonviolent people with wooden bullets, shot-filled
sacks and concussion grenades and charged people with motorcycles for two hours.
 Their actions injured 60, including 7 long shore workers and 3 members of the
press, in the most violent attack in recent history on the anti-war movement,
and was denounced by the UN Commission on Human Rights.   Picketers caused the
docks to shut down on April 7, 2003; and a month later on May 12 and one year
later on April 7, 2004.

Those arrested and facing bogus charges won their cases and there have been some
reforms to police practices won in civil suits in the aftermath, but the OPD and
Mayor Jerry Brown (who may run for California Attorney General) remain
unaccountable and dangerous.

Willow Rosenthal, urban farmer, community organizer, and anti-war social justice
activist, sustained permanent injuries on that day.  We are a group of friends
of Willow and local activists who are raising money to assist her with her
medical expenses, as she has not received any compensation from the city of
Oakland. In the event that her case settles, any unused funds raised will be
diverted to anti-war organizing.

·	Forward this email to your lists and friends
·	Donate money in any of the following ways
1.  On line with a credit card at

2.  Send a check to
     Willow Rosenthal
     PO Box 611
     Berkeley, CA 94701

3.  Or come to the benefit on April 7th and make a donation in person.

Sponsored by friends of Willow and the Transit Workers Solidarity Committee

Contact:  Dorrit  510-981-1967

# Dear Animal Friends,

Please mark your calendars for the Dog March at UCSF Mission Bay Campus! 

When:  Sunday, April 10th, 2005 at 10:45 A.M.  Rain or shine.  
The gathering and the march will last about an hour.

Where:  Corner of 16th Street and Owens Street, at the Mission Bay Campus

Parking:  From 16th Street, turn into the unnamed street between Owens and 3rd Street.   (3rd Street intersects with 16th Street on the east end.) The parking lot is free on Sunday.

The Mission Bay Campus is on the east side of San Francisco, not far from the bay.  This is a newly-built branch campus.  It is more spacious than the older campus.  However, it is likely that the dog experiments, and countless other cruel and unnecessary experiments on monkeys, cats, pigs, sheep, rabbits, mice, hamsters, etc., are still being done at the old main campus.  At any rate, we do know that experiments on smaller animals such as mice and rats, or hamsters and guinea pigs, are happening at the new Mission Bay Campus.  It has been said that one of the new buildings there will house more monkeys.  The buildings are humongous, especially the UCSF Genentech Hall.

It would be ideal to have as many well-behaved dogs there as possible, but if you don't have dogs please come, too!  There will be snacks and drinks and water for people and pooches.  J  Sunday is chosen because too many people can’t make it on a weekday, and we need to tell the media that they can expect 100 pooches and people to be there.

Please mark your calendars.  Please kindly email or call me if you can make it this day:, 650-619-9713, so we can have a minimum confirmed count to promise the media. Thank you for all you do!!! J
Sincerely, Michelle (on behalf of groups and people who care)
P.S. Please feel free to outreach in any way you can!! Any ideas are welcome, too!!

Do not feed the machine April 15th. GENERAL STRIKE
Northern California War Tax Resistance announce list. (510) 843-9877
Infor/support for conscientious war tax resisters in the SF Bay Area.

# Five years after thousands of activists came to Washington 
DC in the first mass show in the U.S. of dissent and solidarity with the global 
struggle against the World Bank and IMF, the Mobilization for Global Justice is 
calling for people to come to Washington DC April 15-17th, 2005 to protest the 
institutions during their semi-annual spring meetings and to celebrate the 
other, more just world that is under construction due to the daily resistance 
of millions of people worldwide! 
For More Information and to Get Involved: 
Visit E-mail 

# 4/15-17 Washington DC: Spring Mobilization 
against the World Bank and IMF

# 5th Annual Conference for Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer Feb 19-20, 2005; 96th Meeting American Association for Cancer Research April 16-20, 2005; SABCS 2005 Breast Cancer Action

Xara's Third Annual Creative Mythology Festival
The Xara Project April 22-April 24
other regional events:

# "Stopping Cancer Before It Starts." April 25, free 
Dr. Michael Greger will be speaking for SFVS on Monday evening, April 
25, 2005 on "Stopping Cancer Before It Starts."   He will be speaking at 
3600 Geary, at 7:30 p.m.   He needs an LCD monitor or projector 
(equipment that can be plugged into his laptop in order to project pictures on a screen).  Does 
anyone out there have an LCD  that he could use that evening?  If so, please e-mail Nancy Loewen at to let her know.  Thank you so very much.  This will help enormously.
Living Foods:
due to my high amount of emails, I am unable to answer everyone's emails on vegetarian questions.

April 28-May 1st, 2005 Witch Well, Arizona
Announcing Toast! the Arizona regional burn 2005, brought to you by the Azburners, Burning Man's Arizona regional community. Come out to Witch Well Arizona and enjoy 4 days of artistic creation and interactive participation within the ethos and culture of Black Rock City. Toast 2005 is April 28th -May 1st . Tickets are already on sale. For more info see
Be there or be square!
For more info on Arizona based regional events contact, or check out the regional website,

May 2005

# Bicycle Film Festival: Call For Entries
Sunday, May 1 2005  - Tuesday, May 31 2005 
 New York, Los Angles, San Francisco, Tokyo, and London! Haight Ashbury
 212 726 8505

# San Francisco Sex Worker Festival 2005
 Sunday, May 1 2005  - Sunday, May 8 2005 
 Roxie Cinema  3117 16th St @ Valencia
 Providing information about sex worker rights and issues. 
 BAYSWAN is specifically geared towards sex workers as well as activists, students and faculty. BAYSWAN, Bay Area Sex Worker Advocacy Network, is a collaborative project providing information for sex workers and about the sex industries. BAYSWAN organizes to improve working conditions, increase safety and services for workers, and to eliminate discrimination on behalf of individuals working within the sex industry. 

# May 20-29 Portland, OR Village Building Convergence 5
Human-Scale Community Action at the Urban Crossroads
Ready to change the world starting in your neighborhood? intersection repair

# June 11th-12 27th Annual HARMONY FESTIVAL
(Formerly Health & Harmony Festival)
Northern California's premiere community celebration of progressive culture
Music * Arts * Ecology * Healthful Living
Saturday and Sunday, June 11th-12th, 2005.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA
11AM - 8PM Saturday? 11AM - 7PM Sunday
Saturday Night Dance?? 8PM - 12 PM

# June 17,18,19
Sierra Nevada World Music Fest. Calaveras Co. Fgnds.

#   BURNING RIVER – June 25 & 26
 Saturday & Sunday, 2 hours north of the Bay Area on the Upper Cache River
 Can you imagine 100+ Burners on a fabulous, hot, sunny day on the river?  We can dress in crazy attire, have water battles (Super Soakers are a must), chill out on the beaches and just enjoy being in a wet, tree-lined environment with amazing scenery right before our eyes.  Once you are on the river, there is nothing to do but have fun and relax.  All meals are taken care of and all gear is sent ahead.  The most you have to worry about is loosing your paddle and having to swim.
 At night, we can put on the Bling!Bling!, light up our e-poi/e-staffs while dazzling the natives by the river’s edge.  With a little coordination, we could set up our own cozy village with a community bar among the trees and deeply connect with one another.
 If we get enough interest, we may be able to take over one campsite for ourselves (run the music, stay up all night, etc.) and have leverage to book a campground on the way for the preceding Friday night stay or perhaps negotiate discount rooms at the local casino for Friday night.  Stay tuned for these opportunities…
 This is an all-inclusive, family-oriented (12 yrs +/min. 65 lbs.) event so we encourage you to bring the whole Burner family and to post this announcement out to other Burner communities.  The company running it has Burners on the payroll but the guests will be a mix of Burners and non-Burners – our goal is to make it mostly Burners! 
 The scheduled trip includes 2 days of volcanic river canyon rafting (rated class 3 but is mostly class 2) in either a 2 person ‘ducky’ or a 4 persons raft.  The $139 pp fee includes all on-river meals and evening entertainment, life jacket, camping fees, parking, raft rental, paddles and shuttle service.  There will be some free tickets for those in our community who cannot afford this adventure but passionately want to attend.
 2 hours north of the Bay Area on the Upper Cache River.   See you on the river! Glimmer

Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID.  Marburry v. Madison -1803

treasonous, secretive congress, is not binding law.
Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID.  Marburry v. Madison -1803

-The Geneva convention instructs us to resist genocide by any means necessary.
-The US constitution directs us to overthrow our government if it fails to represent us.

If a cop does not understand these laws, you can arrest him for impersonating an officer.

Get used to ignoring or arresting officers who do not understand the US Constitution.

Live free or die.

Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID.  Marburry v. Madison -1803
Ignore or arrest any cop who asks to see such. You are allowed to do so 
by the Geneva Convention and the US Constitution.
Passed by treasonous, secretive congress, HR 418 Real ID ACT
is NULL AND VOID. Note how senate secretly approved this bill the eve before running away to winter break.  Note US history of passing repressive legislation the eve before a break,
so that no opposition or public response can take place.
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.