[Sfbay-video] Fwd: Videos and Face-to-Face with Arrestees (A Fundraiser)
a. mark liiv
mark at whisperedmedia.org
Tue Oct 19 23:08:18 PDT 2004
>From: Jym Dyer <jym at econet.org>
>To: directaction at lists.riseup.net
>Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 11:04:31 -0700 (PDT)
><mailto:sympa at lists.riseup.net?subject=subscribe%20directaction>
>=v= There's an event this Sunday you don't want to miss.
>As the _Bay_Guardian_ describes it:
> Watch arrest videos
> Sunday, Oct. 17, enjoy exciting arrest videos, coffee,
> and dessert at a benefit to pay legal fees for Terry Baum,
> District 8 Green Party congressional candidate, and June
> Brasheres, activist and Code Pink member. Baum was recently
> arrested at the Department of Elections for protesting a
> miscount of votes for her inclusion on the ballot, and
> Brasheres got busted for protesting at the Republican National
> Convention. 3:30 p.m., 547 Douglass, S.F. Donations accepted.
> mbarn2002 at yahoo.com.
>=v= June Brasheres is charged with bogus felony charges for
>having a banner in the RNC (though she had a pass to get in).
>Terry Baum has been kept off the ballot thanks to the sort
>of "varying standards" election fraud that Florida is better
>known for. Please donate something to help them beat their
>=v= There will also be some DVDs with footage of New York's
>August Critical Mass, which took place a few days before the
>RNC, had 6000 riders and, alas, 264 arrests. San Francisco's
>Katherine Roberts was arrested a few days afterwards while
>walking her bike on the sidewalk, and will be at the event.
>=v= 547 Douglass is in Noe Valley, which is an uphill walk
>or bike ride from most locations. From the BART 24th Street
>station you can catch a bus up 24th. The Muni Metro J line
>stops at Church and 24th, which is most of the way up that
>hill, or you can transfer to that same bus for a few blocks.
>The Muni Metro K/L/M lines stop at Castro Street, where you
>can take a bus uphill (the 35 goes quite nearby).
>=v= You can work out a customized transit trip here:
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