Monday, November 07, 2005

Schedule of Events

All events listed are taking place at De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd. in Cupertino unless otherwise specified.
Note: Powell's Itinerary - 8PM each night, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday


Wednesday, November 9, 2005

Voices of Camp Casey & Crawford Peace Movement
10:30AM-12:30PM - Conference Rooms A+B
Speakers will include Cindy Sheehan (Gold Star Families for Peace), Karen Meredith (GSFP), Ann Roesler (Military Families Speak Out), Sean O'Neill (War Veterans Speak Out), Ann Wright (Former U.S. Dimplomat), Mary Ellen Goodwin (De Anza English Teacher).

Encuentro/Open Forum
4PM-7PM - Sunken Garden (in front of the Flint Center)
Hosted by SFJ... Bring information to share about the war, Mr. Powell, and what we can do as residents of Silicon Valley. Most importantly, bring an open mind and spirit of respect for those who you disagree with. An encuentro is an exercise in listening, not talking. Topics include Powell's military career, the War on Terror, Civil Rights, and the log standing ties between the Military Industrial Complex and the high tech indisutry in Silicon Valley.

7PM-?? - Sunken Garden
Show your opposition to Militarization, Empire, and Cronyism. SFJ will have a contact table with information for reporters, participants, and anyone curious about the issues. If you would like to sign up for the Speak-Out, send email with the subject "Support" to powelldeanza [at] yahoo [dot] com.

Peace Camp
Wednesday through Friday - Near the Sunken Garden
More information will be at the SFJ table Wednesday afternoon/evening.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

War Crimes Tribunal
1:30PM-5PM - Conference Rooms A+B
Join the inquiry into Colin Powell's role in the Bush Administration, US wars and occupations, Iran-Contra and Gulf War Syndrome amoing veterans (Depleted Uranium exposure).
To have info, questions forwarded to the Tribunal organizers, please send email with the Subject line "Tribunal" to powelldeanza [at] yahoo [dot] com.

Friday, November 11, 2005

With any luck, the Peace Camp will be an ongoing source of discussion, ideas, spirit and joyful resistance... Stay tuned for updates.

A Day of Action

Students for Justice at De Anza will not be participating in any Civil Disobedience or Direct Action. We do not disparage nor encourage individuals who, understanding the potential legal consequences, choose to participate in such actions. We offer our support to those individuals to ensure the protection of their civil rights. Drop by the SFJ table for more info...

However, several other groups around the Bay Area have called for Direct Actions to take place on Friday evening. In addition to Powell's visit, there is a bit of history around November 11th as a day of resistance. Check out this story on Santa Cruz Indymedia: