[imc-st.louis] NYC CALENDAR ATTEMPT #1 for RNC and 9-11

Michael Allen mrallen at mprsnd.org
Tue Aug 24 09:04:24 PDT 2004


For anyone considering a last-minute trip to the Republican National Protest, here's a compilation of related events in New York City, compiled by Brooklyn activist Mitchel Cohen.


>
>TUES AUG 24
>Night
>Kick off Party for anti-Conventionistas, Webster Hall, 125 E. 11 St.  Manhattan
>
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>WEDS AUG 25   7:30 pm
>Frank Barbaro for Congress organizing meeting in Park Slope
>at Ozzie's Cafe (at 249 5th Ave. in Park Slope) BROOKLYN
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>WEDS AUG 25
>
>Banner making party  BROOKLYN
>Wednesday August 25th
>5:30pm  -  9:30 pm
>El Puente CHE Institute
>227 Roebling St. between S2/S3
>Come join us in making banners for the 28th and 29th. We will have some 
>materials but please
>bring your own if you can.
>
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>WEDS AUG 25  7 pm
>Sunfrog talks at Bluestockings about Fifth Estate newspaper collective and 
>the anarchist movement.
>
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>WEDS AUG 25  6 pm ? 10 pm
>The Summer of Love Concert for Equality
>East Lawn, Central Park
>
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>THURS AUG 26
>War Crimes Tribunal on Iraq: the case against Bush
><http://www.peoplejudgebush.org/>http://www.PeopleJudgeBush.org
>
>Put the Bush regime on trial!
>
>War Crimes Tribunal
>Thursday August 26
>3-9 pm
>Martin Luther King Auditorium
>65th St & Amsterdam, Manhattan, NY
>212-633-6646
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>THURS AUG 26 7 pm
>Art Opening for Rana Bishara, at Xanadu gallery (and chess place), 217 
>Thompson  St. (bet. 3rd St. and Bleecker) in Manhattan.
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>THURS AUG 26
>The Artists Network of Refuse & Resist! presents
>UNCONVENTIONAL HEROES
>An Evening of Performance to Honor Courageous Resisters
>
>Thursday, August 26, 2004 at 7:30 PM
>Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, NYU
>566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Sq. South, New York City
>(sponsored by the National Lawyers Guild/NYU Student Chapter)
>
>On the eve of the Republican National Convention, as the battle
>rages for the streets of New York City, the Artists Network of
>Refuse & Resist! is presenting an evening of performance to
>honor Courageous Resisters. The honorees include Aaron Lebowitz,
>a high school student in Darby, Montana who resisted a
>resolution to make creationism part of the public school
>curriculum; Toni Smith, the NYC College basketball player who,
>in the months leading up to the war on Iraq, turned her back on
>the US flag during the singing of the national anthem; Camilo
>Mejia, the first soldier to go AWOL because of his opposition to
>the Iraq war (now in the brig); Juanita Young, a leader of the
>movement against police brutality in New York City whose son was
>killed by the police, and many more. (See list below)
>
>Artists who will perform in honor of the Resisters include:
>Dan Bern
>Blair Brown
>Steve Earle
>Reg E. Gaines
>Andre Gregory
>Vijay Iyer
>Martha Lavey
>Mari Mariposa
>Ellen McLaughlin
>Omar Metwally
>Tracie Morris
>Odetta
>Mikel Paris
>Beau Sia
>
>Since 1988, Refuse and Resist! has presented these awards to
>individuals, groups, and communities that engage in remarkable
>acts of resistance. Courageous Resisters put their reputations,
>their jobs and even their lives on the line. Given the current
>extreme climate of war and repression, in which resistance
>itself is under attack, their refusal to remain silent is a
>source of extraordinary inspiration.
>
>The honorees include:
>
>Bretton Barber, a high school student in Dearborn, Michigan, who
>defied school administrators when he refused to take off a
>t-shirt emblazoned with an image of Bush and the words
>"International Terrorist."
>
>Michael Berg, who responded to the videotaped beheading of his
>son Nick, an independent contractor in Iraq, by demanding an end
>to all violence in that country and around the world.
>
>Rachel Corrie, a volunteer with the International Solidarity
>Movement in the Occupied Territories who was murdered by Israeli
>Defense Forces while trying to prevent the demolition of a
>Palestinian home in 2003. Her parents will accept the award.
>
>Mitchell Crooks, who videotaped the LAPD police beating Donovan
>Jackson, a 16-year-old black man, in 2002, defied the right-wing
>media and the police who then arrested him on a five-year-old
>misdemeanor.
>
>Bill Keys, a school board member in Madison, Wisconsin, who
>refused to enforce a state law that made it mandatory for
>students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance
>
>Aaron Lebowitz, a high school student in Darby, Montana who led
>students and adults to fight against a school-board-supported
>resolution to teach creationism as part of the public school
>curriculum.
>
>Aaron McGruder, the creator of "The Boondocks" comic strip.
>Published in 300 newspapers each day, McGruder's characters
>consistently tell the truth about injustices committed by the
>U.S. government with humor and style.
>
>Camilo Mejia, who is the first soldier to go AWOL because of his
>opposition to the Iraq war and the American-inflicted
>atrocities, is currently in prison serving the maximum penalty
>of one year for desertion.
>
>Dave Meserve, the city council member who sponsored the Arcata,
>California ordinance that makes voluntary cooperation with
>unconstitutional investigations or arrests under the Patriot Act
>a crime punishable by $57.
>
>Bill Nevins, who refused to censor the closed-circuit TV reading
>of an iconoclastic poem by one of his students at Rancho Rio
>High School in New Mexico. Nevins was fired and the Write
>Club/Poetry Team were disbanded by the school's administration.
>
>Michael Newdow, a Sacramento physician with a law degree, who
>argued before California's 9th U.S. Circuit Court and the U.S.
>Supreme Court that the phrase "under god" in the Pledge of
>Allegiance is unconstitutional.
>
>Santa Cruz Librarians, who defiantly opposed the USA Patriot Act
>by shredding library patrons' records and posting warning signs
>about the FBI's authority to subpoena patrons' records, thereby
>setting an example for others in their field.
>
>Toni Smith, a basketball player at Manhattanville College who,
>in the months leading up to the war on Iraq, turned her back on
>the US flag during the singing of the national anthem. She
>continued to do so before each game in the face of threats and
>protests.
>
>Jason West, the mayor of New Paltz, New York was charged with 19
>criminal counts when he rushed to married marry gay and lesbian
>couples in February 2004. The charges against Jason brought by
>the state of New York were dropped in June.
>
>Juanita Young, the mother of Malcolm Ferguson (murdered by the
>NYPD in 2000), who continues to be a leader in the movement
>against police brutality despite threats and brutalization by
>the police.
>
>These remarkable people will be honored for their courage and
>refusal to be intimidated. In these times, they are truly
>unconventional heroes.
>
>The evening's co-sponsors include:
>Artists Against the War
>Bread and Roses 1199/SEIU
>Center for Constitutional Rights
>Citizen Soldier
>National Lawyers Guild/NYC Chapter
>The initiators of the Not in Our Name Statement of Conscience.
>
>For more information, call 212-625-1212 or go to:
><http://www.artistsnetwork.org/news13/news660.html>http://www.artistsnetwork.org/news13/news660.html
>
>Tickets available at Skirball Center Box Office:
>212-992-8484
>or you can buy tickets online:
><http://www.skirballcenter.nyu.edu/calendar.html>http://www.skirballcenter.nyu.edu/calendar.html
>
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>THURS AUG 26
>7 pm at Warsaw, 261 Driggs Ave., Brooklyn
>Anti-Convention live music benefit for Not In Our Name
>
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>THURS AUG 26
>7 pm
>The Fourth Wall Film Screening at
>Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Ave., Manhattan
>presented by Suheir Hammad
>
>  ***********************************
>FRI AUG 27   9-11 Truth Commission
>Noon ? 5 pm
>
>Press Conference & Film Showings
>
>Wings Theater
>Kicking off The Summer of Truth
>
>Presentation of "The 9/11 Omissions Dossier"
>
>Films to include
>Highlights from the International 9/11 Inquiry, Phase 1: San Francisco.
>The March 2004 conference at the Herbst Theater kick-started the 9/11 Truth 
>movement into a new phase of action (30 min)
>
>Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear, and the Selling of American Empire
>(60 min)
>Unprecedented: The 2000 Election (60 min)
>
>Wings Theatre Company
>154 Christopher Street, New York, NY.
>Subway: 1,9 or PATH to Christopher Street, walk West.
>
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>FRI  AUG 27   7 pm
>9-11 Truth party. Brecht Forum
>122 W. 27 St., 10th floor, Manhattan
>
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>FRI  AUG 27  4 pm-10 pm
>Immigrant Worker community speak out/Day of Action
>St. Mark?s Church, E. 10th St. & 2nd Ave., Manhattan
>
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>FRI  AUG 27
>Critical Mass Bike Ride
>7 pm  Union Square
>
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>FRI AUG 27
>7 pm
>at Warsaw, 261 Driggs Ave., Brooklyn
>Anti-Convention live music benefit for Not In Our Name
>
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>FRI  AUG 27
>8 pm
>Rooftop Films: What Democracy Looks Like / Short Films
>Clemente Soto Velez, 107 Suffolk St., Manhattan
>
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>REGIME CHANGE NOW!
>Saturday August 28th
>11am-2pm   BROOKLYN
>March beginning at McCarren Park
>Lorimer St./ Driggs Ave.
>
>Join PeaceWilliamsburg as we participate  in the historical nine-day Long 
>Island March for Peace and Justice. Breakfast in McCarren Park starting at 
>11:00am will be followed by a march and rally at the Continental Army Plaza 
>(intersection of South 4th St. and Roebling St) at 1:00pm with local 
>speakers.  After the rally we will continue marching south to downtown 
>Brooklyn, ending with a short rally at the military recruitment station on 
>Flatbush and Atlantic Aves.
>
>Why are we marching?
>After coming to power through a stolen election, the Bush Administration 
>has waged two unprovoked wars of aggression resulting in the loss of 53,000 
>Afghan and Iraqi lives, as well as over 1,000 US troops; increased military 
>recruitment among young people in immigrant, working class and communities 
>of color; targeted immigrant communities with detention and deportation; 
>and curtailed basic civil liberties with the creation of the US Patriot 
>Act.  The $280 billion surplus that Bush inherited has turned in to a 
>record $372 billion deficit. States are slashing funding for everything 
>from healthcare to education; unemployment soars with over 3 million jobs 
>lost since Bush took office; and Americans without health insurance 
>increased by 2.4 million between 2001 and 2002 to a total of 44 
>million.  Meanwhile Bush responds with two huge tax cuts that benefit the 
>most wealthy.
>
>Whether a Republican or Democrat is elected, we believe our country should 
>be focused on preserving peace, not waging war; dedicating a majority of 
>our tax revenue to social programs, healthcare, and education, not to 
>military spending.  End the Occupation of Iraq NOW!
>
>  ***********************************
>SAT AUG 28   11 am ? 4 pm
>March & Rally for Women?s Lives
>Begin in Brooklyn at Cadman Plaza near Brooklyn Bridge, march to City Hall 
>Park.
>www.ppnyc.org
>
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>SAT AUG 28
>12 noon ? 6 pm : A Green World is Possible!
>NY Green Party is holding an all day festival and speakers in Washington 
>Square Park, includes many Green luminaries and candidates.
>
>The Green Party Office Committee, The Green Party of the United States and 
>the Green Party of New York State are proud to present, ?A Green World is 
>Possible: A Festival of Non-Violence, Ecological Wisdom, Grassroots 
>Democracy, Social and Economic Justice? to be held on Saturday, August 28th 
>at Washington Square Park in the historic Greenwich Village in Manhattan.
>
>There will be speakers, live music, free yoga, an open art space, along 
>with tables for progressive organizations to not only protest the 
>Republicans coming to New York City, but to show the world a strong and 
>viable Green alternative!
>
>Speakers include Green presidential candidate David Cobb; Peter Camejo, 
>Peace and Justice Party vice-presidential candidate; Dave McReynolds, U.S. 
>Senate candidate from New York; Efia Nwangaza, U.S. Senate candidate from 
>South Carolina; New Paltz, New York Mayor Jason West; Global Exchange 
>founder Medea Benjamin; Bill Douglass from the 9/11 Visibility Project-9/11 
>Truth Movement; and many others.
>
>Calling all ant-imperialist, anti-corporate, pro-peace artists to display 
>their creations. There will be body painting, statues, and festival 
>performers. Make your own protest signs and display them in Washington 
>Square Park.
>
>We are hopeful that you or your organization will share our excitement 
>about our plans for A Green World Is Possible. We are actively searching 
>for volunteers, vendors, musicians, donors and others ready and willing to 
>make our event a peaceful and successful one.
>
>For more information, please contact the office at 212-240-0501 or via 
>email at <mailto:%3Ca%20href=>info at greenpartyoffice.org
>
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>SAT AUG 28
>7 pm ? Midnight
>Sixth Street Community Center: 638 E. 6 St. (bet. Ave. B & C, Manhattan)
>
>NY Greens are holding a party!!!! Prizes! Politically appropriate parlor 
>games! Music!
>($50 for the best performance as judged by the participants).
>FREE!
>
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>SAT AUG 28
>5:30 pm ? 7:30 pm
>Ring Out bells at Ground Zero
>www.ringout.org
>
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>SAT  AUG 28
>Books Not Bombs Youth Convergence
>9 am ? 6 pm  St. Mark?s Church
>
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>SAT AUG 28
>  THE LYNNE STEWART DEFENSE COMMITTEE
>(LYNNE STEWART, attorney now on trial in federal court new york)
>party at the
>  the brecht forum
>(working for social change & raising money for moving expenses)
>
>and
>the new york city chapter of the national lawyers guild
>(standing up and defending your right to protest)
>
>saturday, august 28th - 8 p.m. til
>
>featuring:
>
>comedian activist  randy credico
>eli smith & the jug free america band
>nana soul - black waxx - singer extra ordinaire
>norman marshall - portrayer of john brown
>and more...
>
>an evening of solidarity, fun, music, drinks and food - speeches and schmoozing
>  sliding scale $10 - $20 & up appreciated    place:  the brecht forum
>122 w27th. st., 10th floor, new york city
>(between 6th & 7th aves.)
>stop by on your way to and from other events or for the whole evening - see 
>you there
>
>Don't forget that the Lynne Stewart Trial is currently ongoing - Monday 
>through Thursday 9:30 - 4:30 p.m.  Come and show your support
>United States District Court, Southern District of New York
>40 Foley Square, Courtroom 110
>New York, New York
>212-625-9696
><http://www.lynnestewart.org/>www.lynnestewart.org
>
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>SAT AUG 28
>7 pm
>Women Against War concert
>Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Drive at 120th St.
>Sponsored by Code Pink
>
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>SUN AUG 29
>Big Peace March:
>The World Says No to the Bush Agenda
>
>Brooklyn Branch 10am
>Bedford Ave./North 7th St.
>
>PeaceWilliamsburg will also be marching in the United for Peace and Justice 
>march past the Republican National Convention site.  We will provide "Know 
>Your Rights" booklets and other information you will need for the day.
>
>in Manhattan, begin  assembling at 10 a.m. all along  7th Avenue beginning 
>at Union Square and up, in Manhattan. March begins at Noon up 7th 
>Ave.  past Madison Square Garden to Central Park.
>www.unitedforpeace.org
>
>  ***********************
>SUN AUG 29
>1 pm ? 6 pm
>Still We Rise march and rally of homeless and poor. Starts at Union Square 
>and marches up 8th Ave. to 31st St.
>
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>SUN AUG 29
>4 pm  March for Our Lives:  Stop the War at Home
>United Nations, Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
>
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>SUN AUG 29
>7 pm
>Peace & Justice Movement Reception
>Brecht Forum
>
>Join us on the evening after "The World Says No to the Bush Agenda," for a 
>roundtable for Peace and Justice leaders, co-sponsored by the Peace Action 
>Committee of the Green Party of the U.S. and 911Truth.org
>7 pm - Wine and cheese (pizza) complimentary reception for peace and 
>justice leaders. 8 pm - Roundtable discussion of how the peace and justice 
>movement can fight for 9/11 truth to avert the prospect of "endless wars" 
>and save the U.S. constitution. By exposing the lies of 9/11 we cut the 
>legs out of the bogus argument that we need bloated defense and domestic 
>spying to prevent attacks.
>
>************************
>SUN AUG 29
>7 pm ? 3 a.m.  Unity Ball, sponsored by Still We Rise, at Downtime, 251 W. 
>30 St., bet. 7th & 8th Ave., $10.
>
>************************
>SUN AUG 29
>7 pm
>Alwan for the Arts, 16 Beaver St., 4th floor, NYC
>The Palestine Right to Return Coalition Party.
>$20.  kased11218 at aol.com
>
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>MON AUG 30
>12 Noon   Union Square
>Still We Rise & HipHop Summit  march to Madison Square Garden
>www.stillwerise.org
>
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>MON AUG 30
>4 pm
>Poor People?s Campaign?s March for Our Lives
>Kensington Welfare Rights Union
>meets at United Nations, 45th St. & 1st Ave.
>
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>TUES AUG 31
>Day of Direct Action and Civil Disobedience at Repugnant Convention
>
>Noon & on ?
>4 pm - Actions in Midtown; Info booth at Union Square
>6 pm  Gather at Madison Sq. Park, or steps of 42nd St. Public Library
>7 pm  Converge on Madison Square Garden
>  www.A31.org for more info
>
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>TUES AUG 31
>7 pm
>Citywide meeting at International Action Center around ?Resistance is 
>Justified?,
>39 W. 14 St., NYC.
>
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>TUES AUG 31
>9 am   ?The Health Care Crisis and Election 2004?
>2-day conference at CUNY Graduate Center
>365 5th Ave. at  34th St. www.cnhpnow.org
>
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>TUES AUG 31
>5 pm ? 7 pm
>ProChoice Rally, Union Square.
>
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>WEDS. SEPT 1
>During the RNC invasion of New York, you may be ready
>to take a break from your relentless protesting and
>getting bailed out, so I was thinking you might want
>to come see me and even better singers sing a bunch o'
>politico songs Wednesday night at 8 p.m. at the
>Village Mac, 107 Macodougal St.
>
>And yes, I will be doing the "Saudi Arabia, Iraq,
>Iran, What's Our Oil Doing Under Our Sand" song, among
>many other chart busting hits (the thing charting my
>cholesterol level, I think)
>
>Hope to see you there - the show is free, although the
>waitor may bother you from time to time to buy a $4
>drink - but you can counter and ask him if he's heard
>about Jesus, that Oscar-winning Savior who saved our
>so-called president from alcohol abuse ... and he will
>stare at you with a studied gaze that you may want to
>memorize and use next time you speak with a die-hard
>Republican.
>
>Unless you still believe there's a dialoque, in which
>case, maybe you shouldn't come,
>- Keith Lisy
>
>************************************
>WEDS SEPT  1
>7 pm  Central Labor Council march to stop Bush, 8th Ave. & 30th St.
>nycclc.org
>
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>WEDS SEPT 1
>7 pm ? 9 pm
>
>Rally by NOW NYC Chapter: Code Red:  Stop the Bush Agenda
>
>Central Park, East Meadow
>
>Says NOW: "The National Organization for Women, NYC Chapter, is holding a 
>mass demonstration, to the backdrop of the RNC, to show the world New Yorks 
>reaction to the Bush Administration's failures and deceptions around 9/11 
>and its aftermath."
>
>Among the speakers will be Sibel Edmonds, the courageous translator fired 
>by the FBI after revealing evidence that the United States government had 
>received and suppressed specific advance warnings of the Sept. 11th 
>attacks. Why did the 9/11 Commission report completely ignore her testimony?
>
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>WEDS SEPT 1
>Midday / Midtown
>Billionaires for Bush flashmob
>www.billionairesforbush.com
>
>Followed by
>BILLIONAIRES? Ball
>The Frying Pan
>Pier 63 at 23rd St.
>
>************************************
>THURS SEPT 2
>
>Vigil For Truth at Ground Zero
>1-6 PM
>
>Join NY 9/11 Truth in our vigil at the World Trade Center memorial site. 
>Look for the banners that read "Stop the 9/11 Cover-Up" and "Was 9/11 an 
>Inside Job?" Since Jan. 2004, NY 9/11 Truth has established the right to 
>free speech on the sidewalk in front of the PATH Station near the corner of 
>Vesey and Church Streets. We invite you to do the same during "The 
>Coronation of King George." Directions to WTC site at ny911truth.org
>(Go here for an article detailing the court decision that reaffirms the 
>right to hold banners on public sidewalks.)
>
>************************************
>THURS SEPT 2
>2 pm
>Artista and Activists United for Peace March and Rally
>Harlem State Ofice Building, 125th St. & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.
>Speakers: Charles Barron, Chuck D., Nellie Hester-Bailey, Rev. Herbert 
>Daughtry, Ron Kuby, Stanley Cohen, Margarita Lopez, etc.
>
>************************************
>THURS  SEPT 2
>5 pm
>Demonstrate in solidarity with the people of Palestine, the Haitian people, 
>and others who are resisting US occupation. Begins at 5 pm at Israeli 
>Mission to UN (43rds St. & 2nd Ave.), and marches to Haitian Consulate 
>(40th St. & Madison Ave.), and then to MSG.
>
>************************************
>THURS SEPT 2
>5 pm ? 7 pm  OFFICIAL Republican Party Reception for NY Delegation at 
>Madame Tussaud?s
>10 pm ? 2 am  OFFICIAL Republican Post-Convention Party at Water Club, 500 
>E. 30th St. on East River. Sponsored by Novartis.
>
>************************************
>WEDS, SEPT 8
>7 pm   Screening of ?Out-Foxed?, sponsored by those fighting for democracy, 
>transparency and accountability at WBAI radio. At 6th Street Community 
>Center, 638 E. 6th St. (bet. Ave. B & C).
>
>************************************
>THURS SEPT 9
>11 am ? 7 pm
>The 9/11 Citizens' Commission
>Citizen's Hearings on the Events of September 11th, 2001
>
>Symphony Space
>The Peter Jay Sharp Theater
>2537 Broadway at 95th Street
>Subway: 1/2/3 to 96th Street
>
>Chaired by the once and future Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney. Testimony to 
>be given among others by researcher and author Michael Ruppert, publisher 
>of From the Wilderness Newsletter.
>A panel of Commissioners will hear testimony from whistleblowers, witnesses 
>and researchers relating to the still-unanswered or unasked questions of 
>Sept. 11, the continuing 9/11 cover-up, and evidence, circumstantial and 
>otherwise that clearly suggests either criminal negligence and/or a wider 
>circle of complicity, both within the U.S. government and in the 
>involvement of foreign actors, in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. 
>See 911Truth.org for more details.
>
>www.911truth.org
>
>Sneak Preview: The Great Conspiracy
>
>A new documentary about the events of Sept. 11
>
>Symphony Space
>"The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw"
>A 74-minute documentary by journalist, media critic and 9/11 activist 
>Barrie Zwicker. A sequel to his ground-breaking video The Great Deception.
>www.911truth.org
>
>************************************
>FRI SEPT 10
>missile dick chicks
>will  be performing
>   on friday, september 10, at 8pm
>at the
>  Five Towns Forum
>Hewlett-Woodmere Library
>Broadway
>Hewlett, N.Y.
>call 516-887-9495
>for directions/info
>  (LIRR/Car)
>
>VISIT THE MISSILE DICK CHICKS AT
><http://www.missiledickchicks.net/>WWW.MISSILEDICKCHICKS.NET
>
>**********************************
>SAT SEPT 11
>The Day the Lie Died
>NOON
>
>In New York at Union Square
>
>Events Around the World to Expose the 9/11 Coverup. Manifestations are 
>planned in Berlin ... Paris ... San Francisco ... Seattle ... Kansas City 
>... Madrid ... London ... Marin County ... Moscow ... Athens ... Istanbul 
>... Portland ... More to Come, see the calendar at 911Truth.org
>
>Union Square, NYC (and around the world)
>Noon at Sat Sep. 11 2004
>www.911truth.org
>
>******************************************************
>SAT 9/11
>
>National Town Hall Meeting
>September 11 2004
>7 pm
>
>Manhattan Center Ballroom
>311 West 34th Street (betw. 8th and 9th Aves.)
>New York NY 10001
>Phone: (212) 279-7740
>A, C, E and 1,2,3 to 34th St./Penn Station, walk west
>N,R,W,Q to 34th St./Herald Sq., walk west
>
>www.911truth.org
>pricing TBA - many seats will be free
>
>*****************************
>SUN SEPT 12
>8 pm
>
>NYC Premiere: The Great Conspiracy
>
>Anthology Film Archives
>Film Evening - Free!
>
>"The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw"
>A 74-minute documentary by journalist, media critic and 9/11 activist 
>Barrie Zwicker. A sequel to his ground-breaking video The Great Deception.
>
>(For further information on the film, email bzwicker at sympatico.ca)
>
>Anthology Film Archives
>32 Second Ave (at 2nd St.), New York, NY
>
>***********************************
>THURS SEPT 16
>7:45 pm
>
>Where do we go from here?
>
>The Brecht Forum
>122 W. 27 St., 10th floor
>
>All members new and old welcome to discuss the past weeks' events and plan 
>future actions. How can we keep up the pressure? What form should our 
>movement and our group take? How can 9/11 Truth become a catalyst for all 
>social justice movements to unite, a vehicle for ending denial and 
>awakening the people to past realities and future possibilities?
>
>
>
>
>
>
>For more info, contact www.rncguide.com
>
>
>
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