Saturday's SF teach-in, this one at City Blend in the
Mission District, was a further success, with a
representative from SF Green Supervisor's office
speaking, Allyson Wier, from "If Only Americans Knew",
Meddle, from Direct Action, Jeff Grubler, from the
Ronald Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane, and
great music from Tom Ruderow and from Daniel Zwickel.
This stop the war teach-in was after the Oakland march
& mass rally, which was itself highlighted by the
speeches from Rep. Barbara Lee & Harry Belafonte.
Thank you to the Bay Area United Against the War (BAUAW), which has endorsed the work of Coffee House Teach-Ins.
Friday night, a spirited crowd was in attendance at
Cafe Macando, in the Mission District, for the 1st.
Coffee House Teach-In in the Bay Area. After a
presentation by Toni Mendicino, of Radical Women, by
Carole Seligman, of Socialist Viewpoint Magazine & a
founder of Bay Area United Against the War, and poetry
from Nellie Wong--a lively debate opened up under the
guidance of LA psychotherapist
Kathleen McTaggert as an x-marine and other supporters
of the war came with questions. Discussions went on
until 11 pm. Thanks to Maria Cristina for welcoming
Coffee House Teach-Ins to her coffee house, Cafe
Thursday, at Cafe International, on Haight Street, in
San Francisco, will be the next stop the war teach-in,
at 7:30 pm. RSVP: 1-877-stopUSwars, toll free.
X-marine Jeff Patterson invited to speak, and
others--inlcuding a focus on making bigger parts of
San Francisco oil independent & car free through
More info: http://www.stopUSwars.org
Coffee House Teach-Ins is a non-profit org, and we are
seeking performers, poets, and speakers for ongoing
teach-ins to stop the war.
Again in SF, Thurs., April 10, before the next major
San Francisco demonstration (4/12), Cafe
International, 508 Haight St. (at Fillmore) ~ San
Francisco, CA USA 94117 (415) 552-7390 Haight St., San
Francisco. 7:30 pm, RSVP: 1-877-stopuswars.
Back to So. Cal., Sat. Apr. 12, 6 pm, Long Beach. More
info, RSVP: (310) 203-1542. FREE. Update on the war.
Where: The REACH Center, 684 Redondo Ave., Long Beach,
CA [(562) 434-6934], Edith, Not in Our Name (NION),
Kathy McTaggart, Santa Monica Schools, & others. RSVP:
310-203-1542. (4/12, national protest day called by
Natl. Network to End the War Against Iraq.
Fri. Apr. 18,
Where: Cal State Northridge,
the Liquid Cube Coffee House, 7 pm. FREE.
RSVP: 310-203-1542. Prof. Emeritus Kit Crittenden,
political overview. Attorney Peter Thottam, update on
Iraq. Drumming music. Captain Dan, Westside Greens.
Cube: 9000 Reseda Blvd., Northridge Take the 101, or
the 118 to Reseda Exit. It intersects with Nordhoff,
and the store is between a 99cents store, and a World
Savings bank. The parking is free and ample. RSVP:
Mon. April 28, 7-8:30 pm, Andrew Liberman talks on
the fundamentals of planning Coffee House Teach-Ins to
Stop the War. "Thinking globally, acting locally",
Sponsored by Santa Monica Co-Opportunity Co-Op, at the
Sha Arei Synagogue meeting room, 1448 18th St., corner
Broadway, park & enter bldg @ rear. FREE. RSVP:
please help support the non-profit, think globally,
act locally California Coffee House Teach-Ins: