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item      1     Eternal Capitol Peace Vigil Sunday & Thursday

=item 2 2009 Annual Labor Day Picnic 07SEP2009

=item 3 FSU’s Free? Speech Zones 09SEP2009 

=item 4 FairDistrictsFlorida.org online fundraiser 09SEP2009

=item 5 September PFLAG-TLH meeting 10SEP2009

=item 6 Beyond Guantanamo: Effective Plans to Prosecute Terrorists & Protect America
11SEP2009

item 7 FSU CPE Radical Rush 14-18SEP2009

=item 8 Know Your Rights 16SEP2009

=item 9 Dining in the Dark 18OCT2009

=item  10 Eric Draper: Offshore Drilling in the Gulf DCNF 21SEP2009

=item 11 Merchant of Death Protest 21SEP2009

=item 12 5th Annual Asian Festival 03OCT2009

=item 13 North Florida Hispanic Festival 03OCT2009

=item 14 International Day, Celebrating the People and Culture of India 12OCT2009

=item 15 Palestinian and Israeli reality through photographs OCT-NOV2009

=item 16 Close the SOA! 22-24NOV2009

item 17 Removal and Submission Instructions
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item      1    Eternal Capitol Peace Vigil Sunday & Thursday

Join the Tallahassee Network for Justice and Peace, Veterans for Peace, Vietnam Veterans
Against the War, Military Families Speak Out, Gold Star Families for Peace, Code Pink.
Now in year seven. Signs provided.
Sundays 12:30-2:30
Thursdays 4:00-6:00
in front of the Old Capitol
NO IRAN WAR;  FREE IRAQ ; FREE AFGHANISTAN. FREE AL-ZAIDI.
Does it do any good? None you can see. But I for one can not stand idle, while my government kills Iraqi and Afghan children in my name with my tax dollars, for I have been too close to the spear tip when thousands of Vietnamese children were killed when I actively helped their murder. Murders, which continue today by the poisons and unexploded bombs we spread across their country.

=item 2 2009 Annual Labor Day Picnic 07SEP2009

2009 Annual Labor Day Picnic
Northwest Florida Federation of Labor, CLC
All affiliates are invited to join us this day to celebrate the day Labor made!
Bring lawn chairs, sunscreen, hats, etc.
Come hungry
This event is free and open to the public.
Myers Park
907 Myers Park Drive
Tallahassee Florida
September 7, 2009
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM

FMI
 Phyllis Garrett at 850-566-9281 or Ralph Hill at 850-544- 108

item 3 FSU’s “Free? Speech” Zones 09SEP2009 

Human Rights Awareness Center Panel Discussion 9/09

The FSU Human Rights Awareness Center is hosting a panel discussion revolving around the controversial issue of the free speech zones on the FSU campus, among other issues on a national level that involve the First Amendment.
The following are the confirmed participants: Dr. Terry Coonan, Dr. Sandy D'Alemberte, Dr. Will H. Moore, Genevieve Brackins, Clarissa Wray.
This will be followed by refreshments and a Q&A session in which we open the floor to the audience.
 7-9pm

>>>>>Broad Auditorium in the Claude Pepper Center. <<<<<<

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=item 4 FairDistrictsFlorida.org online fundraiser 09SEP2009

Florida's present system permits politicians to choose their voters instead of voters choosing their representatives. Legislators use sophisticated computers, voter registration data and past election returns to predict how particular voters will vote in the future. Then they choose which voters are most likely to vote for them and their party and place just enough of those voters in "safe" districts -- ones they are sure they can win. Those in charge also pack large numbers of unfavorable voters in into a few districts so the unfriendly voters will have a chance to win in fewer districts.
On 9.9.09 we will host the biggest online fundraiser in Florida history so we may chose our politicians.
FairDistrictsFlorida.org needs you to help.
Please pledge to donate on 9.9.09 and also sign up be a co-host.
If you ask others to contribute, we will send you a link to your personal fundraising page.
http://www.FairDistrictsFlorida.org

=item 5 September PFLAG-TLH meeting 10SEP2009

September PFLAG-TLH meeting
A welcoming space for those who seek answers, advice, and common experience   
PFLAG-Tallahassee
St. John's Episcopal Church, Cobb Library Room
Thursday, September 10 from 6:00 pm to 7:55 pm

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=item 6 Beyond Guantanamo: Effective Plans to Prosecute Terrorists & Protect America
11SEP2009

Human Rights First CEO Elisa Massimino and Major General Paul Eaton (Ret.) will be looking "Beyond Guantanamo" as keynote speakers at Florida State University's annual "Human Rights in the 21st Century" lecture.
This timely event takes place on September 11th at 12:30 pm on the FSU campus.
Eight years after the 9/11 attacks, the United States is at a critical crossroads with regard to how it will hold and prosecute Guantanamo detainees who stand accused of terrorism-related crimes.
Massimino and General Eaton will present practical solutions to strengthen national security and ensure that those who have committed crimes are held accountable, while still respecting America's values and international law. They will be joined at this event by Harry K. Singletary, Jr., Florida's former Secretary of Corrections.
General Eaton is a West Point graduate who spent more than 33 years in the U.S. Army. He served most recently as the Commanding General charged with reestablishing the Iraqi Security Forces.
To RSVP to this event, email Carly Goodman at goodmanc@humanrightsfirst.org

Beyond Guantanamo: Effective Plans to Prosecute Terrorists & Protect America
Friday, September 11, 2009 at 12:30 p.m.
Florida State University, College of Law Rotunda.


item 7 FSU CPE Radical Rush 14-18SEP2009
 
A whole week of events designed to introduce future activists and friends to the radical community and organizations of Tallahassee. Planned events include Documentary screenings, anti capitalism and globalization panel discussions, radical organization tabling and introductions on the Union Green with live music and food, all followed by a free show put on by local Tallahassee Bands.

Tentative activity schedule (subject to change):

Monday: Documentary screening "The Corporation" followed by discussion.

Tuesday: Anticapitalism and globalization panel.

Wednesday: Radical organizations tabling, food, music at union green.

Thursday: Documentary screening "The Take" followed by discussion.

Friday: Free show. Location, bands TBA

ALL EVENTS FREE OF CHARGE

Keep checking back for more information!

If you are a member of a group that would like to participate, please contact CPE.

850-644-6577
 
fsucpe@gmail.com

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=item 8 Know Your Rights 16SEP2009

Students For Sensible Drug Policy - FSU Chapter

Know Your Rights is an annual meeting where you can learn how to avoid unnecessary arrest by just "knowing your rights" as a US citizen. Attorneys Lance Block and Larry Spalding, Florida ACLU will give their expert presentations. Also, poetic lyricism by "Spoken Words for Words Unspoken"
Have any questions about your rights? Come and ask and find out!
This is one of our most popular meetings of the year, and essential for all educated citizens, don't miss out!
Speakers:
Lance Block, Esq:
Tallahassee "Super-Lawyer." Represented Rachel Hoffman's family with passing the Rachel Law, a law that sets guidelines for informant rights.
Larry Spalding, Esq:
Legislative Staff Counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
 
FREE

7:00pm - 9:00pm Wednesday, September 16, 2009 
Humongous Classroom Building [HCB] 215 
FMI
ssdpfsu@gmail.com

=item 9 Dining in the Dark 18OCT2009

Dining in the Dark (5th Annual Paula Bailey)
Benefitting individuals who are visually impaired or blind   
Enjoy a gourmet three-course meal in complete, pitch-black darkness, and experience your sense of smell, taste, hearing & touch as you never have before! In addition to being a unique dinner, this event will allow you, for a few short hours, to experience what it is like to function without your sight - something that people who are totally blind deal with every day. We are thrilled to have the Leon County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team waiting on you with their night vision goggles.
4:30pm: Doors open
5-6pm: Join Honorary Host, FSU's Ann Bowden at the reception
6-7:30pm: Dinner in the dark
7:30-8pm: Presentation of "Inspirational Community Member" Paula Bailey Award
To purchase tickets on-line visit http://www.lighthousebigbend.org
Lighthouse BigBend
University Center Club, FSU Doak Campbell Stadium, Bldg B
Sunday, October 18 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

=item  10 Eric Draper: Offshore Drilling in the Gulf DCNF 21SEP2009

The Democratic Club of North Florida (DCNF) will hold its monthly meeting at noon, Monday, September 21, in the LeRoy Collins Public Library downtown.
Our speaker will be Eric Draper, who will talk about offshore drilling in the Gulf, etc.
 From 11:30 to 12, light refreshments will be available for a donation. 
Meeting begins at 12 noon.
Otherwise, the meeting is free and open to the public -- No RSVP is required!
FMI
mmay@fsu.edu

=item 11 Merchant of Death Protest 21SEP2009
 
Join us on September 21, 2009 to demand weapons manufacturers begin retooling their facilities.

September 21 is the International Day of Peace. Join us to demand that weapons manufacturers begin retooling their facilities. The Military Industrial Complex consumes approximately 50% of U.S. tax dollars and the human and ecological costs are enormous. At the same time, the manufacturing of goods Americans can use has dried up, leaving millions of people out of work. Many of them are already homeless and others on the verge of homelessness.
Retooling weapons manufacturing facilities will create new jobs and provide American made products while sustaining those who already work in the weapons industry. It can further stimulate innovative ideas, many already proposed but languishing without funding, and provide opportunities for sustainable, peaceful enterprises.
Join RiseUpTampaBay, Florida Peace Action Network, Veterans for Peace, PDA and other activist organizations at Raytheon in Largo on September 21, 2009 from 4:00-7:00pm.
Raytheon is located at 7887 Bryan Dairy Rd, Largo 33777.
RSVP to help make banners or volunteer on site to sergeik_@hotmail.com

For more information, maps and contact info go to riseuptampabay.com or call Mike at 727-321-4502


=item 12 5th Annual Asian Festival 03OCT2009

5th Annual Asian Festival 10/03 Asian Cuisine, Arts and Crafts, Cultural Performances and Demonstrations from 10am-5pm Bloxham and Lewis Parks Volunteers needed to sign up, and if you want to register for a table, please contact  cldiao2@gmail.com
FMI
http://www.asiantlh.org

10AM-5PM at Lewis and Bloxham Parks,
Downtown Tallahassee

=item 13 North Florida Hispanic Festival 03OCT2009

North Florida Hispanic Festival 10/03 from 10-4pm, St. Luis Catholic Church, featuring food, arts and crafts, entertainment from many Latin American countries.
FMI
850-519-4310
http://www.tnfha.org/

=item 14 International Day, Celebrating the People and Culture of India 12OCT2009

Ten Thousand Villages: International Day, Celebrating the People and Culture of India! 9/12 Sidewalk art show by Tallahassee artists Roopali Kambo, whose beautiful paintings capture the vibrancy and vitality of her native country. Food, Music, 15% discount on products made by Indian Artisans 1415 Timberlane Road at market Square 850-906-9010

=item 15 Palestinian and Israeli reality through photographs OCT-NOV2009

SKIP SCHIEL- Photographer & Activist FALL 2009 Southeast Speaking Tour
(Oct 19-Nov 15, emphasis on Florida & the Gulf Coast)
Skip Schiel has been documenting the Palestinian and Israeli reality through photographs and journal postings since 2003—work with a better feel for the detailed texture of life in Gaza and the West Bank than any appearing in US media
http://teeksaphoto.org/Levant2006/Pages/Offerings_8_2006.htm

For scheduling info
David Matos
803-215-3263
Mideast Peace Coordinator, Carolina Peace Resource Center, www.carolinapeace.org
Steering Committee, US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, www.endtheoccupation.org

=item 16 Close the SOA! 22-24NOV2009

November 20-22, 2009 - Converge on Fort Benning, Georgia
MASS MOBILIZATION TO SHUT DOWN THE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS (SOA/ WHINSEC)!
The military coup by SOA graduates in Honduras has once again exposed the destabilizing and deadly effects that the School of the Americas has on Latin America. The actions of the school's graduates are unmasking the Pentagon rhetoric and reveal the anti-democratic results of U.S. policies. It is time for a change towards justice.
From November 20-22, 2209, thousands will vigil at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia, to stand up for justice, to shut down the School of the Americas and to end the oppressive U.S. foreign policy that the school represents
To forward this Call to Action to your family and friends, visit: http://www.SOAW.org/tellafriend
To download the SOA Watch November organizing packet, for a travel guide and a hotel listing, as well as information about accessibility and information for people without U.S. citizenship and more, visit http://www.SOAW.org/november
Close the SOA!
Mass Mobilization to the Gates of Fort Benning, Georgia
SOA Watch
Friday, November 20, 2009 at 12:00am 
Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 4:00pm
The gates of Fort Benning and the Columbus Convention Center
Columbus, GA 
2022343440
Email:  
info@soaw.org

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