[SFGP] Announcement List For The San Francisco Green Party
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Fri Jul 4 00:44:23 PDT 2008
ANNOUNCEMENT LIST FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO GREEN PARTY
Friday, July 4, 2008
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Green Party General Membership Meeting is held 7:30 p.m. every Third Wednesday of the Month
1028-A Howard Street (between 6th and 7th Streets)
Meeting Minutes Archive: http://www.sfgreenparty.org/events/minutes.gem
EVENTS (San Francisco, unless otherwise noted)
* "Red State" San Francisco Mime Troupe's Satirical Summer Opening: July 4-6; 1:30 p.m., Free (donations)
Dolores Park, 18th & Dolores Streets
It's Election Day in America and, due to an Electoral College tie, the entire Presidential Election comes down to the one small town called Bluebird, Kansas, the one district that -- due to a voting machine glitch -- didn't report any results.
For a complete schedule and more information, call 415.285.1717 or visit http://www.sfmt.org .
Green volunteers will be there by 1 p.m. collecting signatures for candidates Mark Sanchez, Bruce Wolfe and Cindy Sheehan. Look for the Green Party and Mark Sanchez for Supervisor banners.
* National Green Party Convention: July 10-13, Chicago, IL
Palmer House Hilton, 7 East Monroe St.
Chicago Symphony Center, 220 S. Michigan Ave.
Most Workshops will be conducted at the Palmer House for a couple of days of give-and-take learning. The National Nominating Convention will select the Green Party candidate for the 2008 Presidential Election on Sunday, July 13.
Follow link for more information: http://www.greenparty2008.org/
* Green Party General Membership Meeting: Wednesday, July 16, 7:30 p.m.
1028-A Howard Street (between 6th and 7th streets)
* California Green Party General Assembly: Aug. 23-24
Dana Point, Orange County
Look for details at http://cagreens.org/plenary
* Open Government Assembly: Friday and Saturday, Oct. 17-18
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
The event brings current First Amendment and freedom-of-information issues into focus and includes presentation of CFAC's Beacon Awards recognizing First Amendment and FOI champions. Program details TBA.
The Dirty Fight Over Clean Power
In The Spotlight: Nancy Pelosi
The Carfree Challenge
What The New NSA Spying Decision Means for the Immunity Debate
Sanders to Introduce Solar Roofing Act
Supreme Court Shoots Down DC Gun Ban
Will Covert Operations Lead to Overt Military Attacks Against Iran?
The New Snoops: Terrorism Liaison Officers, Some from Private Sector
Google must divulge YouTube log
White House Tried to Silence EPA Proposal on Car Emissions
Cheney Repeatedly Met With Auto Execs Before White House Killed Californias Emissions Law
Iceland is Whaling Again
The Whale Man
Obama and the School of the Americas
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