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June 20, 2000

June 20
Seattle Sites of the Day:

New Community Networks: Wired for Change

The complete text of Doug Schuler's 1996 book about community networks is now online.

Microradio.Net

Friday, June 23, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. at Independent Media Center, 1415 3rd Ave.

"Benefit for Studio X Microradio with panel news discussion, performances by Jim Page, Katya Chorover, The Endorfins, StreetWrites, Shanawa C. Littlebow.

"Also, Kevin Keyser's Free Radio, a documentary on the Micropower Broadcasting movement. $5 at door. Nobody turned away for lack of funds. Info (206) 736-1400."

Lambert House

"Saturday, June 24, 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. - All Ages Pridefest BBQ at Volunteer Park. Look for us near the amphitheater.

"Lambert House, an activities and resource center for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth 14-18, is sponsoring a barbecue for youth and interested community members of all ages: Come One, Come All, Come Out.

"Lambert House provides the stuff to grill (burgers, chicken, vegie alternatives) and soda. Donations appreciated! If your last name starts with A-J: bring dessert or chips (sweet or salty); K-Q: salad (not green: fruit, potato, macaroni, etc.); R-Z: sidedish or green salad (spaghetti, vegies, greens, etc.).

"Info Colin (206) 322-2515 x12 or colin@lamberthouse.org or Becca (206) 322- 2515 x13 or becca@lamberthouse.org.

Seattle Dyke March

Saturday, June 24 - "Rally: 4:30pm at SCCC, at Broadway and Pine on Capitol Hill.

"Speakers and performers: Candace Gingrich, Tina Podlodowski, Doris Harris, Tara Hardy, Bamboo Clan, Live Girls Band, Kym Tuvim Band.

"March: 7:30pm down Broadway - If you've got a drum or other loud musical instrument, please bring it!

June 18 - 24
Seattle Site of the Week:




Citizens Concerned for the People of Iraq

"CCPI is working to end the U.N. / U.S. economic sanctions on Iraq. This August will mark the start of the 11th year of the trade embargo, which combined with the Gulf War targeting of civilian infrastructure has impoverished the Iraqi population and visited brutal effects on those most vulnerable.

"According to the U.N. Children's Fund (UNICEF), the sanctions have directly contributed to the deaths of half a million children under age five and continue to contribute to over 5,000 'excess' children's deaths per month.

"The sanctions against Iraq have been widely condemned as a form of warfare, a weapon of mass destruction, directed against the civilian population. Among their effects are collapse of the economy, widespread chronic malnutrition, and breakdown of the public health system.

"However, sanctions are being maintained at the insistence of our U.S. administration. As Seattle Times editor Mindy Cameron recently wrote, 'Last month, [I was] asked the question that lingers: Someday, when the world knows what went on in Iraq after the Gulf War, they will say to Americans, "Where were you guys?"'

"Visit the CCPI web site, contact us at (206) 789-5565 or bp307@scn.org, or attend an upcoming event to HELP END THE SILENT SLAUGHTER OF THE PEOPLE OF IRAQ."

- Andrew Fung




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