Community Archive

Members of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship of Santa Cruz used the Hiroshima Day anniversary to draw attention to the casualties of the war in Iraq.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was un-welcomed to Salinas High School by members of the American Federation of Teachers and other demonstrators.

On August 9, Nagasaki Day, 11 civilian weapons inspectors drove up Empire Grade Road and marched the last 1/2 mile to the gates of Lockheed Martin.

Advocates of peace and justice gathered in downtown Santa Cruz to denounce US backed Israeli mass murder of Lebanese and Palestinians.

On August 7th, local Amnesty International (AI) members organized an emergency ceasefire vigil at Lighthouse Point on the westside of Santa Cruz.

The first ever WordCamp took place at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco.

About a dozen pirates hijacked bicycles and took to the streets of Santa Cruz on August 11th after throwing back some drinks at the brewery.

Many working class people from all over Mexico have traveled to Mexico City to demand a full recount of the votes cast during the national election.

Oaxaca City is almost entirely closed. Even the Zocalo is eerily quiet.

SlideShow of photos taken in Oaxaca City during the last week of August 2006 with compiled audio from the 2006 “El Enemigo Común” tour.