|Progressive Calendar 04.10.08||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: David Shove (shove001tc.umn.edu)|
|Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 02:21:42 -0700 (PDT)|
P R O G R E S S I V E C A L E N D A R 04.10.08 1. Aeon housing 4.10 7:30am 2. Web env teach-in 4.10 11am 3. New Hope demo 4.10 4:30pm 4. Eagan peace vigil 4.10 4:30pm 5. Northtown vigil 4.10 5pm 6. LGBT 4.10 6:30pm 7. Globe/food 4.10 7pm 8. Electronics recycle 4.11 9am 9. Critical Mass trial 4.11 9am 10. Palestine 4.11 4:15pm 11. Pray for peace 4.11 6:30pm 12. Tutu 4.11 7pm 13. Capitalism/bust 4.11 7:30pm 14. Moyers/hunger 4.11 9pm 15. Voting conference 4.11-13 16. Papa John/Dakota 4.11 11:30pm 17. Karyn Strickler - The Sierra Club sells out to Clorox 18. Diane Peterson - Minnesota Green denounces Sierra Club 19. Kevin Zeese - Independent electoral movement sprouts --------1 of 19-------- From: Jenny Johnson <JJohnson [at] aeonhomes.org> Subject: Aeon housing 4.10 7:30am Learn how Aeon is responding to the affordable housing shortage in the Twin Cities. Please join us for a 1-hour Building Dreams presentation. Minneapolis Session: April 10 at 7:30 am We are also happy to present Building Dreams at your organization, place of worship, or business. Space is limited, please register online at: http://www.aeonhomes.org/bd or call Jenny Johnson at 612-341-3148 x237 Aeon 1625 Park Ave Minneapolis, MN 55404 (612) 341-3148 www.aeonhomes.org <http://www.aeonhomes.org/> --------2 of 19-------- From: Leslie Reindl <alteravista [at] usfamily.net> Subject: Web env teach-in 4.10 11am If you are able to join this, please do so. This came from Carolyn Baker, carolyn [at] carolynbaker.net. She has a great blog/news item list serve. Converging Environmental Crises Online Teach-In for details visit: http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3781#more <http://www.theoildrum.com/special/tag_listing> The Ohio State University Department of Public Health is sponsoring a web-based teach-in, which they would like TOD readers to help publicize. The basic information is as follows: Converging Environmental Crises: A Teach-In on Energy, Climate Change, Water, Agriculture and Population <http://cph.osu.edu/webcast/> Thursday, April 10, 2008 11:00am to 4:00pm EDT http://sg60.oar.net <http://sg60.oar.net/> Select "Converging Environmental Crises" in the Pull-Down Menu The teach-in is free, and has a fairly strong peak oil component. The organizers are Dan Bednarz and Mac Crawford. A few high-lights: 11:30am Congressman Roscoe Bartlett provides a 15 minute introduction. 11:45am Terry Tamminen, former director of the California EPA, talks about whether it is really possible to address climate change in time, and what steps might be needed. 12:15pm Gail Tverberg, AKA "Gail the Actuary," talks about the economic impact of an energy downturn. 12:45pm William Catton PhD, author of Overshoot: The Ecological Basis of Revolutionary Change <http://www.amazon.com/Overshoot-Ecological-Basis-Revolutionary- Change/dp/0252009886/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1206753089&sr=8-1> , talks about living on a finite planet, and reaching a carrying capacity bottleneck. 1:30pm Dick Jackson MD, PhD, environmental health expert, talks about pollution related issues. Converging Environmental Crises flier <http://medicine.osu.edu/sitetool/sites/pdfs/sphpublic/ converging_environmental_crises.pdf> . The flier also provides biographical information on each of the speakers. LIFE WITHOUT TRANSPORT BY OIL IS CLOSER THAN WE THINK http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/editorial/story.html? id=a5a37e1e-3d2c-4b11-8313-4125a1d4cd3f "Minivans, global air travel and the transport of goods by diesel truck soon will become the stuff of yesterday as the world adapts to depleting oil reserves." --------3 of 19-------- From: Carole Rydberg <carydberg [at] comcast.net> Subject: New Hope demo 4.10 4:30pm NWN4P-New Hope demonstration every Thursday 4:30 to 6 PM at the corner of Winnetka and 42nd. You may park near Walgreens or in the larger lot near McDonalds; we will be on all four corners. Bring your own or use our signs. --------4 of 19-------- From: Greg and Sue Skog <family4peace [at] msn.com> Subject: Eagan peace vigil 4.10 4:30pm CANDLELIGHT PEACE VIGIL EVERY THURSDAY from 4:30-5:30pm on the Northwest corner of Pilot Knob Road and Yankee Doodle Road in Eagan. We have signs and candles. Say "NO to war!" The weekly vigil is sponsored by: Friends south of the river speaking out against war. --------5 of 19-------- From: EKalamboki [at] aol.com Subject: Northtown vigil 4.10 5pm NORTHTOWN Peace Vigil every Thursday 5-6pm, at the intersection of Co. Hwy 10 and University Ave NE (SE corner across from Denny's), in Blaine. Communities situated near the Northtown Mall include: Blaine, Mounds View, New Brighton, Roseville, Shoreview, Arden Hills, Spring Lake Park, Fridley, and Coon Rapids. We'll have extra signs. For more information people can contact Evangelos Kalambokidis by phone or email: (763)574-9615, ekalamboki [at] aol.com. --------6 of 19-------- From: lyn mitchell <lynmitch1 [at] msn.com> Subject: LGBT 4.10 6:30pm On Thursday April 10, 6:30-8:30 pm, at Gloria dei Lutheran Church 700 S. Snelling Ave. St Paul MN, the Faith, Family, Fairness Alliance (FFFA), Institute for Welcoming Resources (IWR) of the Gay and Lesbian Task Force, and aMaze (creators of the Families All Matter Book Project) will present a springtime resource fair to strengthen congregational work of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) welcome, inclusion, and social justice. "Extreme Makeover Church Edition" will feature representatives and resources of twenty different organizations, plus mini-sessions highlighting ways to increase LGBT welcome and inclusion in worship, religious education, and social justice work in our broader community. The format is open house. Come and network, examine materials and swap ideas with fellow congregants, educators, clergy, and activists. Mini-sessions begin at 7 p.m. All are welcome. Contact: nancymichael [at] amazeworks.org or call Laurie at 612-987-9833 (at FFFA) --------7 of 19-------- From: Carole Rydberg <carydberg [at] comcast.net> Subject: Globe/food 4.10 7pm Alexandra Spieldoch, Director of the Trade and Governance Program at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, will be the presenter at the NW Neighbors for Peace program on Thursday April 10, 7 PM. Ms. Spieldoch will speak on "Globalization - Its Impact on Our Food System and Food Security Worldwide" at the Parish Community of St. Joseph, 8701 - 36th Avenue N., New Hope. Her focus will be on reforming agriculture and trade policy to support the right to food, international food safety, biodiversity, global water justice, and women's rights. For more information please contact Eileen Moran, 763-545-2296 or nwn4p [at] yahoo.com.* --------8 of 19-------- From: Anne R. Carroll <carrfran [at] qwest.net> Subject: Electronics recycle 4.11 9am Free Electronic Recycling April 11 - 12 As part of Earth Day, a free electronics recycling event, sponsored by Sony Electronics Inc., Best Buy Co. and Waste Management Inc., is gearing up to be the largest in Minnesota history. At no charge, people can bring their unwanted electronics to the following locations around the Twin Cities on April 11 and 12 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.: . Canterbury Park, 1100 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee . State Fairgrounds, 1265 N. Snelling Av., Falcon Heights . National Sports Center, 1700 105th Av. NE., Blaine . Grace Church, 9301 Eden Prairie Rd., Eden Prairie . Ecolab Schuman campus (April 12 only) Eagan Building F, 655 Lone Oak Dr., Eagan. --------9 of 19-------- From: mpls-cm-support [at] riseup.net Subject: Critical Mass trial 4.11 9am The trial of Gus Ganley began today with opening statements from the lawyers for the city and from Gus' defense. The prosecution then called their witnesses, all police officers, to the stand to testify as to what they saw seven months ago. Officer David Stichter (#6837), who didn't see what happened with Gus at all, testified to the fact that officers from the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department briefed the MPD officers that this particular CM would be different, which contributed to the police's extra-aggressive and brutal behavior throughout the mass. Officer Richard Lillard (#4151) seemed to forget or completely lie about his own highly physical interactions with Gus and other riders of the Critical Mass and gave testimony that blatantly contradicted video taken of those interactions. Officer Craig Williams (#7769), Gus' supposed arresting officer, was the final witness to take the stand for the city. Williams gave an elaborate and well-rehearsed account of his interactions with Gus, but then wasn't able to pick himself or those interactions out in a video that shows that the only role he played in Gus' arrest was when he tackled him to the ground. The trial will resume on Friday, April 11th, at 9 AM. Don't let the city and the police get away with scapegoating the remaining three people who still face charges! Supporters are welcome to attend Gus' trial to show their solidarity as he stands up for what is right. Your donations are also EXTREMELY helpful to help cover the costs of Gus' defense. Get more information on attending and donating online at the site below. http://cmsupport.wordpress.com/ --------10 of 19-------- From: Charles Underwood <charleyunderwood [at] hotmail.com> Subject: Palestine 4.11 4:15pm Friday, 4/11, 4:15 to 5:30 pm, vigil to end US military/political support of the Israeli occupation of Palestine, corner Summit and Snelling, St Paul. --------11 of 19-------- From: Erin Parrish <erin [at] mnwomen.org> Subject: Pray for peace 4.11 6:30pm Friday, April 11: Justice Commission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet & Consociates 11th Day Prayer for Peace. Topic this month is "Blessed are you who welcome the Stranger" focusing on migration & immigration. 6:30-7:15 PM at Presentation of Our Lady Chapel, St. Paul. More info: 651/690-7054. --------12 of 19-------- From: Lydia Howell <lhowell [at] visi.com> Subject: Tutu 4.11 7pm Metropolitan State University President's Lecture Series features Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, April 11 This year's Metropolitan State University President's Lecture Series presents Archbishop Desmond Tutu who will be speaking on the subject "Making Friends Out of Our Enemies." The program begins at 7 p.m. at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Tickets are available to the public for $50, plus $5 handling fee. Simply click on the order button, below. If you prefer to order by phone ($6.50 handling fee for phone orders) call 877-772- 5425. NOTE: Staff, faculty and students of Metropolitan State are eligible for specially-priced tickets. Information is located on your university portal announcement section. Metropolitan State alumni are also eligible for specially-priced tickets. Alumni information can be found at www.metrostate.edu/alumni. youthrive, PeaceJam, Metropolitan State University and the National Youth Leadership Council are working with area organizations to make Archbishop Tutu's visit possible. --------13 of 19-------- From: Campaign for A Working Democracy <workingdemocracy [at] minn.net> Subject: Capitalism/bust 4.11 7:30pm Global Capitalism & the Next Great Depression: Why the international financial system is in crisis, why an economic depression may result, and how a new democratically-run market-free system will work rationally for the benefit of all. Friday, April 11, 7:30 pm MayDay Bookstore, 301 Cedar, Minneapolis Sponsored by the Campaign for A Working Democracy www.workingdemocracy.org 952-938-1935 --------14 of 19-------- From: t r u t h o u t <messenger [at] truthout.org> Subject: Moyers/hunger 4.11 9pm Bill Moyers Journal | Hunger in America http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040908U.shtml Bill Moyers Journal investigates the empty shelves at US food banks, and asks, "As food prices go sky high and millions go hungry in America, why are tax dollars being spent on farmers who don't farm?" --------15 of 19-------- From: Charles Underwood <charleyunderwood [at] hotmail.com> Subject: Voting conference 4.11-13 4/11 to 4/13, conference "Voting Justice, Voting Hope: Progressive Faith Taking Action," with Jim Wallis, Rabbi Michael Lerner and Ray Suarez, Plymouth Church, 1900 Nicollet Ave (at Franklin), Mpls. $95 for whole conference until 4/4. Details at http://www.plymouth.org/calendar/events.php --------16 of 19-------- From: John Kolstad <jkolstad [at] millcitymusic.com> Subject: Papa John/Dakota 4.11 11:30pm Here is a gig we have been looking forward to for some time. Papa @ the Late Night At The Dakota This is the classiest Jazz and music club in town. They do these late night shows for the after Theatre crowd and those people just not ready to go to bed too early Saturday night. My group (Papa John K & The Hot Club Of East Lake) will be performing the late night show Saturday, April 12 at the Dakota. Eric Graham will be joining us on upright Bass., along with Sam and Deano and Clint. We have two great sets of blues and Swing to play. Django to Gershwin to Slim Gaillard to Harry "The Hipster" Gibson.. We start at 11:30 to 11:45 and play until 1:30. This is our first formal appearance at the Dakota. Cover only $5.00 They do have great food by I don't know how late the Kitchen is open. Then Sunday April 13, Papa & The Hot Club Quartet are at the Kitty Cat In Dinkytown 8 to 11 PM. Neat place. Like stepping back into anohter time. No cover. It is a great listening room and very comfortable (Big chairs and couches all around the joint) Please pass it on to those who may be interested. Thanks. John Kolstad 612/722-6649 --------17 of 19-------- The Sierra Club Sells Out to Clorox Lost in the Fumes By KARYN STRICKLER CounterPunch Apri1 9, 2008 In 2004 I was recruited by grassroots activists to run, as a reform candidate, for a spot on the national Sierra Club Board of Directors. At the time, I believed that election was going to be a battle of the old guard versus the reformers. I thought then that the old guard wanted to maintain power for power's sake and perpetuate the status quo. Reformers wanted stronger protections and fewer compromises on environmental issues and more grassroots involvement in the process. All efforts at reform were squished that year, and for a long time to come, when reformers were overwhelmed by a masterful public relations campaign orchestrated by Sierra Club executive director Carl Pope, who deceptively, but successfully made Club members, the nation and the world believe that the Board was about to be taken-over by an anti-immigration, hate group. In the 2004 Board election, a group whose membership is still a mystery, called Groundswell Sierra, orchestrated a bizarre independent expenditure-type campaign on which there were no spending limits and no reports, in apparent violation of internal Sierra Club policies and California law. By my estimate, Groundswell spent as much as half a million dollars to elect the old guard -- a group of Board members who were hand-picked by, and the human equivalent of rubber-stamps for Carl Pope. Beyond the detrimental effects within the Sierra Club, the Groundswell tactics took the focus off of direct assaults on the environment posed by the Bush administration. Squelching all reform candidates' chances didn't stop industry from taking the tops off of our mountains and dumping them into our streams or making our air and water human health hazards. It didn't reverse global warming. The orangutan still faced extinction along with countless other endangered species and their unique habitat. Extractive industry continued to destroy our public lands, profiting a few at the expense of many. Still, in 2004, even reformers did not imagine that Carl Pope and his Board of rubber-stamps would partner with Clorox, the manufacturers of deadly toxins that threaten the natural world. Supporting Clorox's "Green Works," will not diminish the production of their noxious chemicals. The partnership will allow the kind of green washing with which Sierra Club members, activists and chapters do not want to be associated. Everyone is wondering how much control of internal Club policies Clorox's money will buy. One thing is certain: The fog of big money, mixed with chlorine gas and the bright lights of power that come from being players in the political game of compromise -- has caused Carl Pope and the national Sierra Club board to completely lose sight of the path to true environmental protection. Karyn Strickler, political scientist, activist and writer can be reached at fiftyplusone [at] earthlink.net . --------18 of 19-------- From: Diane J. Peterson <birch7 [at] comcast.net> Subject: Minnesota Green denounces Sierra Club Fellow Greens, My aggrieved husband asked me to publicize his discontent with the sell-out of the National Sierra Club to the evil of corporatism. He specifically asked me to put his memo on the Green Party e-list. We have felt burned by the Club shunting the Green Party aside in previous years by discounting Green candidates for political office; however, the Chlorox scandal put my environmental educator sweetheart into a final snit, as you see below. Down with corporate fascism To: Sierra Club Member Services Subject: Please suspend our membership To whom it may concern: Due to Sierra Club National board's decision to suspend the Florida Chapter for its opposition to the Sierra Club endorsement of Clorox Green Works products, we wish to suspend our membership. We do not request a refund of dues, we simply do not want to receive mailings, emails, Sierra magazine, solicitations, endorsements, or other communications from Sierra Club National. We will pursue communication with our local chapter to find out if we can continue our support there. We will no longer support Sierra Club National. An activist organization has no business endorsing any product, no matter how environmentally benign or educationally valuable it may appear to be to make such an endorsement. Sierra Club National has - in this endorsement more than in any made previously, in its suppression of dissent by the Florida Chapter, and in its heavy-handed "no third parties need apply" approach to political endorsements - shown us that what was once an uncompromising protector of the environment has become an ally (perhaps unwittingly, but nevertheless intolerably) of corporations and corporation-influenced politics. Sierra Club National no longer deserves the support of grass-roots activists. Its actions impede the democratic process of government of, by, and for the people. Sierra Club National appears to have become a corporate entity no longer controlled by the membership at large and increasingly failing to serve its members' interests. The assertion that these actions by Sierra Club National are well-meaning is insufficient. We agree that all of the benefits claimed by Sierra Club National for these actions may be accurately portrayed. It is not the outcome, but the actions themselves, which we find unacceptable. Until and unless this changes, we wish to have no further contact with Sierra Club National. ID# ******** D Crawford and D Peterson Member continuously since 1990, member more often than not since 1970 --------19 of 19-------- Independent Electoral Movement Sprouts with Former Democrats and Republicans Challenging Their Former Party on Iraq Three Campaigns Will Pull the Duopoly to Really End the Iraq Occupation by Kevin Zeese / April 9th, 2008 Dissident Voice The seeds of the independent electoral movement are beginning to sprout and the Iraq occupation is likely to be its fertilizer. In 2004, there was only one significant challenger to the corporate political duopoly both of whom put forward candidates that campaigned in favor of continuing the Iraq occupation. This year, there will be three legitimate campaigns challenging the duopoly. And, since none of the Democratic or Republican Party candidates is calling for a real end to the occupation, Iraq may provide the energy for these efforts. Ralph Nader is fond of saying that every oak tree begins with a seed and a sprout. Since 2000, he had to weather a barrage of attacks from the Democratic Party, their allied 527 organizations, non-profits allied with the Democratic Party and the concentrated corporate media especially the liberal elites who ally with the Democrats. But, he is still standing and still fighting to open up the political process in the United States. Nader ran an anti-war campaign in 2004 before there was majority support for ending the war and he has worked every day since then to end the war. In 2008, the Nader-Gonzalez Campaign looks stronger than 2004. The combination of the path he has cut, the candidates of the two parties and the mood of the electorate has pulled former Democrats and Republicans into the independent electoral movement. The first to take the leap was former Representative Cynthia McKinney. McKinney served 12 years in the U.S. House of Representatives where she urged an end to the Iraq occupation, advocated for the impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney, sought release of 9/11 Commission's underlying data, advocated on behalf of Katrina victims and sought to cut the bloated military budget. Twice she was defeated in the primary by a Democratic Party leadership approved candidate who worked with Republican cross-over voters for her defeat. She registered Green in September and became a candidate in a "Power to the People" campaign in October. She is the putative nominee of the Green Party and will be on the ballot in almost all states. Second to make the transition was former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel. Gravel ran in the Democratic Primary for president where he was very critical of the leading candidates for their militaristic foreign policies and their weak Iraq withdrawal plans. Gravel says he ran until the defense contractor, General Electric, which owns NBC allied with the Democratic Party leadership to keep him out of the debates. He has been an aggressive anti-war advocate since the Vietnam era where he gained recognition for ending the Vietnam draft with a filibuster and also read the Pentagon Papers into the Congressional Record when the courts threatened the N.Y. Times with prosecution if they published the documents. Gravel became a Libertarian in March and immediately filed to run for president. The most recent candidate is Bob Barr. Barr, also a former congressman from Georgia, served in the House for eight years. He abandoned the Republican Party in 2004 and supported the Libertarian candidate for president. Last week, he announced he was putting in place an exploratory committee as a step to running for the Libertarian nomination. Barr gained national recognition during the impeachment of President Clinton. Since leaving office, he has been very critical of increased wiretapping, the Patriot Act, the drug war and the war in Iraq. He favors a non-interventionist foreign policy and has described the destruction and occupation of Iraq as "the height of arrogance". He urges a new political realignment of right and left to end the war in Iraq and protect the Bill of Rights. Barr is the natural heir to the Ron Paul libertarian movement within the Republican Party. This election cycle has shown excitement about two candidates so far - Ron Paul and Barak Obama. Both generated that support by saying they were against the war and seeking paradigm shifting change from the corrupt ways of Washington, DC. They were promising not to be "more of the same". Unfortunately, Senator Obama has reversed course and can no longer be described as a peace candidate. He recently said he will leave the private mercenaries in Iraq which at a minimum are 140,000 troops and may be twice that number. His campaign has said that Obama will leave up to 80,000 troops in Iraq. And, Obama has said he will withdraw combat troops to a surrounding country like Kuwait so they could serve as a strike force in Iraq. Obama continues to promise to end the "war" but the details do not describe an end to the war. Further, he has kept a military attack against Iran on the table and plans to expand the already too large and too expensive military by 92,000 troops. He describes his foreign policy as a return to the policy of George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan and JFK - all of whom aggressively used U.S. military force. Obama may think he has the Democratic nomination wrapped up and is positioning himself for the General Election, but now with three serious independent political challenges who all oppose the war his Republican-lite positions risk losing many peace voters and the election. The desire for more choices in elections has been growing in recent years. The president has very low approval ratings as does the Congress - the latter for their failure to fulfill their 2006 mandate to end the war. One-third the electorate now considers themselves independent, not Democratic or Republican. More and more Americans are feeling like Jesse Ventura who recently wrote: This excerpt from Don't Start the Revolution Without Me! reveals some of my feelings about the Bush administration, but readers should not think that my criticisms of today's political world are aimed only at their spectacular failures. Democrats are no better than the Republicans. And corporate America, the religious right, and the media have all contributed to the quagmires we find ourselves in overseas and at home. That's why we need a political revolution, to take power from the political parties and their big money supporters and return power to the people. The corruption of the Congress, and the two parties, became even more evident when the Center for the Study of Responsive Politics released a report showing that Members of Congress have made $196 million in their military-investments since the war in Iraq began. That's right - we have war profiteers voting on whether to end the war - a decision that would be against their own personal financial interests. And, according to the Center the Democrats had more invested in Iraq contractors than the Republicans with the number one war-investor being their 2004 presidential candidate, Sen. John Kerry. Of course, the odds are against all of these independent electoral candidates. The two parties and the concentrated media have constructed an election system that creates immense hurdles. The phony National Commission on Presidential Debates was designed in large part to keep third party and independents out of the debates after the League of Women Voters let Ross Perot participate. And, the media sings the two parties song - don't waste your vote on someone who can't win. Right - I oppose the Iraq war and militarism so I should waste my vote on someone who will not end the Iraq occupation and will keep expanding the military. In fact, throughout history candidates who did not win have had a tremendous impact on changing the paradigm in the United States. Almost every major shift has been spurred by third party candidates who did not win, e.g. ending slavery, women voting, ending child labor, health care for the poor and elderly, retirement funds for all. So, it is not a wasted vote to vote for what you want. In fact as Eugene Debs said - "voting for what you want and not getting it is better than voting for what you don't want and getting it". The Democrats in particular who are counting on the anti-war vote in 2008 better re-think their center-right strategy on Iraq. Peace voters will have three campaigns pulling them away from the two parties. If the Democrats run away from peace voters they risk losing the election. Nader-Gonzalez, Barr-Gravel and Cynthia McKinney have tripled the pull for the peace vote. Kevin Zeese is director of Democracy Rising and co-founder of Voters For Peace. Read other articles by Kevin, or visit Kevin's website. This article was posted on Wednesday, April 9th, 2008 at 5:00 am and is filed under "Third" Party, Anti-war, Democrats, Elections, Iraq. 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