Volume1- Issue 6- October 2003
ISSN # - 154-889X
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United For Peace
Act Now To Stop War and End Racism
Peace actions around the globe
Not in Our Name
NO War Without Limits
NO Detentions & Round-ups
NO Police State Restrictions
http://www.VoteNoWar.org
War Resisters League
MOVEON.ORG
Bloomington Volunteer Network - call 349-3433 to find out how you can help
For Whom The Bell Tolls
"You can look at war as a massing of arms and matérial and troops, but you can also see it as something else--as a delicate web of interwoven choices made by human beings, made out of a certain consciousness. The decision to order an attack, the choice to obey or disobey an order, to fire or not to fire a weapon. Armies and, indeed, any culture that supports them must convince the people that all the decisions are made already, and they have no choice. But that is never true." The Fifth Sacred Thing" by Starhawk

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What Color is Community? UUC Task Force - Contact Guy Loftmay, loftpeople@aol.com
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The UUC Children's Task Force - For more information contact Martha Nord, marthanord@hotmail.com
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"The choice is not between violence and nonviolence, but between nonviolence and nonexistence." Martin Luther King

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Better to do something imperfectly than to do nothing flawlessly. -Robert H. Schuller

"Simply Living Fair presenting the Bioneers", Friday, October 17 - 19 - in Bloomington, IN Presenters include Terry Tempest Williams, David Suzuki, Tom Hayden, Paul Stamets, and David Orr. Cost $35* (one day) to $75* (all 3 days). Discounts available for seniors, students, and groups of 5 or more that register together. Info at www.bioneers.org. For local details, visit www.simplycsl.org/fair, e-mail fair@simplycsl.org, or call 812-332-8796.
Poets for Peace - Oct 10th and every Second Friday, monthly in the Runcible Spoon Coffeehouse, 412 E. 6th Street, Bloomington, In. Come and share your own or another's poetry. Read short poetic essays, tell stories or sing songs with themes of non-violence, tolerance, war, and peacemaking, or come just to listen. All interested in peacemaking are welcome For info. contact mailings@greendove.net. In December join the Runcible Spoon Poetry Series as it host a Peace Poets Writing workshop.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON DC. Challenge the USA Patriot Act. - October 18-19, 2003, Sponsored by People for the American Way- along with a broad array of other groups. The conference will assemble representatives of independent grassroots groups, coalitions involved in the public policy debate, constituencies that have been disproportionately affected by the new laws and others who want to join the growing movement. For registration info www.PFAW.org
World Poetry Celebration
Friday, October 24th, 7:00 pm
Runcible Spoon Coffeehouse, 412 E. 6th Street, Bloomington, IN
Forum on the Patriot Act(s), Sunday, October 26: presented by Jesse Cook. 9:30-10:45 a.m. in the library at the Unitarian-Universalist Church (2120 North Fee Lane -- at the Bypass -- Bloomington, IN 47408).
The World Unites Against US Militarism / - Saturday, October 25International march on the White House and Pentagon to say: United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ) and Act Now to Stop War & End Racism (ANSWER) are joining forces to call on all those who oppose the war, invasion and occupation of Iraq, to unite on Saturday, October 25 in Washington, D.C., for a truly massive outpouring reflecting the growing popular opposition to the Bush Administration’s foreign and domestic program.
Get Up Conference, Saturday, November 8th at Harmony School. The conference will be presenting about thirty workshops on the skills and tools of organizing (e.g. fundraising, research, conflict resolution, group decision making, etc...) and is designed to be helpful to people interested in organizing across any issues. More information and online registration can be found at http://www.getupconference.org.

 

WEB ONLY ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE
Dreaming a New America: Peaceful Regime Change in 2004
By Farai Chideya, AlterNet
March 20, 2003
Our dreams are the North Star by which we navigate. In hard times, they should get bigger rather than smaller. I think of the first enslaved Africans in America, standing on auction blocks, someone's dirty thumb checking their teeth as if they were horses. They dreamed of freedom, and passed that dream to children and children's children until some modicum of freedom was achieved. READ ARTICLE
Shocked Nation

By Clark Brittain
The nation was shocked by the 9/11 attacks nearly 2 years ago. Early evidence pointed to Osama bin Laden and the al Qaeda network as the culprits.
Bush asked the Taliban to hand over Bin Laden.
READ ARTICLE

Your Rights: Use 'Em or Lose 'Em
By Rachel Neumann, AlterNet
May 30, 2003

When I was growing up, there was a popular bumper sticker, seen mostly on the back of old VW vans that said: "What if there was a war and nobody came?" I am reminded of that bumper sticker now, in light of this administration's unprecedented attack on civil liberties. What if our basic rights were taken away and no one noticed? What if our system of checks and balances was destroyed and everyone remained convinced it was happening to someone else? READ ARTICLE

From Cancun to the Miami FTAA Mobilization:
Victory¹s Strategic Momentum

By Starhawk

Those of us who went to Cancun to protest the World Trade Organization¹s ministerial came back with pinkeye, exhaustion, deep coughs, and heat rashes, but the rosy flush of victory made all the rest worthwhile. Sweet victory is rare in progressive, political work. Generally, we end a mobilization reminding ourselves that we are working for long term change, while the policies we are contesting remain in force. Seldom do we get to dance in the streets, celebrating an immediate collapse of some undemocratic negotiation or unjust institution. READ ARTICLE

We Were Just Talking:
(Yet) another conversation about Dennis Kucinich

Daniel Patrick Welch

I was surprised by an email from an old friend, usually apolitical, who wanted to engage me about Dennis Kucinch. While I don't always put my heart into rising to such bait, I was invigorated enough by our exchange to share it with the world:
My friend began:Danny, I have to ask...if you're intent on dispensing with Bush, why are you backing Kucinich instead of a Democratic candidate with a chance? I'm not settled on anyone as of yet--I can barely keep track of who's running--but after going with Nader in 2000, I can't stomach going with a beautiful loser Democrat on election day and then watching four more years of Bush. What are your thoughts?
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NEW PEACE ART IN THE GALLERY

"Peace Today" by Darrell Black, an american visual artist living in Frankfurt Germany.

"Nonviolence is absolute commitment to the way of love. Love is not emotional bash; it is not empty sentimentalism. It is the active outpouring of one's whole being into the being of another." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

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