Since the assassination of Democratic presidential candidate Senator  in 1968. Congresswoman Giffords remains in critical condition in a Tuscon hospital. Giffords was one of 9 people shot. Six people were killed including John Roll, the chief federal judge for the state of Arizona. A 9 year old elementary school girl was also gived. 13 others were wounded in the shooting spree. The alleged assassin, Jared Lee Loughner, had had a history of mental illness. He had been suspended from his community college after erratic and intimidating behavior. Students at the community college recalled being frightened of him. The college administration suspended Loghner barring
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Occupy Forum in the Park with Connie Field Monday, Oct. 15th 6-9pm at Bradley Manning Plaza Occupy Forum in the Park continues Monday October 15th at Justin Herman/Bradley Manning Plaza – Occupy’s 2011 protest camp – across from the Ferry Building.  We assert our right to have political discourse in the commons and seek the fullest possible citizen participation in the ongoing creation of a better world. Information, Education, discussion, snacks & community! Monday Night Forum in the Park!!R&B Gospel with Earl and Roy at 5:30 Topic: Strategies & Tactics of the Anti-Apartheid Movement: Bringing Down an Immoral System No one thought it could be
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The Positive Peace Warriors Network (PPWN) was created to continue to work to fulfill a promise, & to continue the legacy of Kingian training. Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr., who was the director of the Poor People’s Campaign and a friend of the King family, made a promise to Coretta Scott King: to institutionalize and to protect the integrity of her husband’s philosophy.  PPWN will introduce us to Kingian philosophy &  strategy on movement-building within and without for long-term sustainable change. Join Kazu Haga, founding board member of Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ) & Jonathan Lewis, trainer of thousands of activists across the
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Occupy Forum in the Park: The History of Buddhist Activism Monday, Nov 19th, 6 – 9 pm at Café Que Tal Occupy Forum in the Park continues Monday November 19th at 1005 Guerrero in SF.We seek the fullest possible citizen participation. Information, education, discussion & community. Buddhist Activism:  The first 2,500 Years, From Tibet to Thailand and Myanmar to Occupy Oakland What does Buddhism have to do with the Occupy Wall Street Movement? Buddhism’s rich history of activism spans over 2,500 years and across the globe.  It helped spark the Occupy Wall Street Movement.  Learn how.  From Tibet to Thailand to India to Occupy Oakland, the
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Occupy Forum with Ahmed Salah Monday,Nov 26th, 6 – 9 pm at 2969 Mission Street  From Tahrir Square to Occupy Wall Street:  What the SF movement can learn from the Arab Spring. Ahmed Salah, Egyptian activist, will share his story. “How do you get enough people in the street to reach the tipping point where everyone with enough anti-regime sentiment will feel safe enough to demonstrate? “Hundreds of thousands of people poured into the streets and flooded into Tahrir Square from all directions. The security forces cannot mass their troops in one particular area, because whatever’s happening here is happening everywhere.” – Ahmed Salah How do
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Occupy Forum with the Positive Peace Warriors Monday,     December 3rd 6 – 9 pm Café Que Tal MLK’s Strategy & Philosophy for Sustaining Social Movements Forum continues Monday Dec. 3rd at 1005 Guerrero St., SF. Peace Warriors back by popular demand! Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr., who was the director of the Poor People’s Campaign & friend of the King family, made a promise to Coretta Scott King: to protect the integrity of her husband’s philosophy.  The Positive Peace Warriors Network (PPWN) was created to continue to work to fulfill that promise. The Occupy movement has been the most important movement towards revolutionary change in a generation. How
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Occupy Forum will resume December 17 at Cafe Que Tal with a primer on the Federal Reserve System, the banking system, and options for State and Municipal Banks. Monday December 10 Rising Tide North America is holding a forum on Grassroots Movements and Disaster Relief with Rebecca Solnit, author of “A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities that Arise in Disaster” & Scott Crow, community organizer; writer; & trainer at 518 Valencia Street San Francisco at 6:30.
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