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To be updated.
|EVENT TITLE :||College Activism in the wake of 9/11|
|EVENT_DATE :||Sat, Feb 8 at 1:00 pm|
|DESCRIPTION :||Attention College Student Activists:
Worried about Phone tapping?
Feel like your comments in class may have you monitored?
Want to organize to educate the public about post 9/11 backlash?Come to the ACLU’s College Student Summit
February 8, 1:00pm-5:00pmJoin other bay area college students to take action by lobbying, creating legal clinics, enacting local ordinances, and educating people about their rightsreserve your spot today, contact Lindsay Waggerman firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-621-2493 ext 355Sponsored by the Howard A. Friedman Education Project of the ACLU of Northern California, the Stanford Civil Liberties Union, and the Berkeley Student Caucus.
|LOCATION :||Cypress Room, Stanford University|
|ORGANIZATION :||ACLU College Activist Committee|
|PHONE :||415-621-2493 ext 355|
|EVENT TITLE :||Work stoppage against war|
|EVENT_DATE :||Fri, Feb 14 at 12:00 pm|
|DESCRIPTION :||Stop the war by doing nothing!
Show the Bush administration Americans are serious about stopping this war—DON’T go to work! DON’T support the war economy! Sleep in, and make love not war, ’cause it’s Valentine’s Day!
|CITY :||Anytown, USA|
|ORGANIZATION :||Anti-War Activists With Day Jobs|
|PHONE :||(415) 565-5650|
|EVENT TITLE :||Human Rights Watch International Film Festival|
|EVENT_DATE :||Fri, Feb 7 at 7:00 pm|
|DESCRIPTION :||Dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival returns to the Bay Area, presenting films and videos which showcase heroic stories of international activists and survivors. Human Rights Watch, one of the largest US-based international human rights monitoring and advocacy organization continues their outreach with their third festival in the Bay Area. Taking place at the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley from February 7-9, this year offers eight provocative films helping to put a human face on threats to individual freedom and dignity, as well as celebrate the power of the human spirit and intellect to prevail.|
|TYPE :||Cultural Event|
|LOCATION :||PFA Theater: 2575 Bancroft Way @ Bowditch|
|ORGANIZATION :||Pacific Film Archive|
|PHONE :||510-642-1412/ call for specific times!|