Indynewswire Archive

At the WTO protests in Seattle, we had a collective vision. We saw beyond the borders that divide us. We saw people come together across every kind of political and cultural difference and stand up in a way that we had not seen in this country for decades.

Our conversation focused on the upcoming elections, discrimination towards youth, and what we want to change in our society.

The Truth & Lies of 9/11 and The Consequences of Peak Oil – the world is running out of hydrocarbon energy and what this might mean for human civilization.

Dr. Helen Caldicott on the profound medical, environmental, political, and moral effects of nuclear weapons, nuclear power, and nuclear waste.

I spoke with Eben Kirksey shortly after Eben published an article on Santa Cruz Indymedia voicing concern about his voting experience in Felton, CA.

After watching Thirst, a six speaker panel discussed water issues around the world with a focus on Felton, a rural community in the Santa Cruz mountains.

Bruce Gagnon, founder and director of the Global Network Against Nuclear Power and Weapons in Space, spoke at the Louden Nelson Community Center.

A group of UCSC students embarked upon a March for Education to dramatize their concern for the future of education, including budget cuts and tuition hikes.

Radical folk musician and organizer Ryan Harvey, along with others, called into Free Radio Santa Cruz from New Haven to give an update on the DNC2RNC march.

On August 12, 2004, the California State Supreme Court ruled that San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom lacked the authority to issue same-sex marriage licenses.

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