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Media, censorhip, and new media in the Arab revolutions

The real enablers of change were huge numbers of people moving into the streets with camera phones.  Rising Internet access, YouTube videos, satellite TV reception, and liberalization of media censorship played important roles, but ultimately it was long-standing economic and political grievances and a demonstration effect from Tunisia onwards that pushed broad masses of people […]

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TAKING STOCK OF PEACE: Inspiration from Peace Movements Worldwide

AHIMSA and the Metta Center for Nonviolence present a free public forum TAKING STOCK OF PEACE: Inspiration from Peace Movements Worldwide.  Sunday, October 30 2:30-6:30pm Berkeley Society of Friends 2151 Vine St. in Berkeley This special event launches the recent publication of Peace Movements Worldwide, a three-volume anthology with chapters covering insights and action from every […]

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No to FBI Repression, Islamophobia and War!

Civil Liberties for All! Friday, October 21, 7PM Darwin Hall, Room 103 Sonoma State University Featuring: Stephen Downs, Legal Counsel, Project Salam (Support and Legal Advocacy for Muslims); Leading national spokesman against government-promoted Islamophobia and repression against the Islamic-American communities Jess Sundin, Chicago Grand Jury subpoena victim and solidarity/antiwar activist facing, along with 23 others, felony […]

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The Yes Men present: Creative Mischief Explosion

  The Yes Men present: Creative Mischief Explosion Featuring Andy Bichlbaum Tuesday, October 11th 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM Sebastopol Masonic Temple 373 North Main Street, Sebastopol, CA $15 in advance, $20 at the door TICKETS:  www.wishingwellmultimedia.com The Yes Men, an activist group known for a variety of hoaxes, designed to disrupt or subvert mainstream, consumerist […]

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Nada Alwadi – Bahraini Journalist To Speak About The Popular Revolt For Democracy In Bahrain

Nada Alwadi Bahraini Journalist To Speak About The Popular Revolt For Democracy In Bahrain Sonoma State University Monday Sept. 26 at 7:00 P.M. Ives 101— Warren Auditorium $5-10 Sliding Scale —Students Free Nada Alwadi was a reporter for Alwasat, the most popular newspaper in Bahrain, a monarchy on a small island in the Persian Gulf. […]

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