Week of Thursday, February 17, 2005

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Also see www.spv.active.ws
the Suffolk Progressive Vision Web Site
for news from the Suffolk Peace Network,
Counter Military Recruiting Committee
and much more.

The East End Report is heard on
Bill McNulty's"Lunch on Thursday" 12N, Thursday
WUSB Stony Brook 90.1 FM and WUSB.org
( Bill's guests this week
have a Report Back from the
World Social Forum in Brazil)


East End Report excerpts on
Jim Krivo's Long Island Report
Thursday 6:45am on 'Wake Up Call'
WBAI 99.5 FM NYC and WBAI.org



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Sunday 3 PM

Starting from Sag Harbor Wharf

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East End Women in Black


Attention Cable TV Viewers:

Show for the Workers
with Brian O'Haire

"Military Myths"
James Massey

Thursday February 17 from 5-6 PM


Suffolk Progressive Vision on TV

"Afghan Massacre-Convoy of Death"

Sunday 4 am

Brookhaven / Hauppage
Public Access TV Channel 20


"The Childrenof Ibdaa: To Create Something Out of Nothing"

A Palestinian children's dance troupe
from the West Bank
tells the story of their people’s struggle

Every Monday at 10:30 PM
Every Wednesday at 12:30 am

Riverhead /Southampton /
Southold / Shelter Island

Public Access TV Channel 20


In this week's report:

Report Back from Southampton Village Board: Detective Lamison Promoted

Campaign for "Democracy Now" on WLIW Channel 21

Action Alert: Save Social Security

Suffolk Peace Vigils

Peace and Justice Calendar:

* February 17 (Thursday): East End Study Circles Kickoff Meeting in East Hampton at 6:30 pm

* February 20 (Sunday): Peace Vigil/Car Caravan Starting at Sag Harbor Wharf at 3pm

* February 20 (Sunday): Cafe/Open House at Lutheran Church Water Mill

* February 21 through 25 (Monday-Friday): Winter Break Acting Mini-Camp in Bridgehampton

* February 22(Tuesday): Counter-Military Recruiting Meeting in Bayshore at 7:15pm

* February 23( Wednesday): Solar Seminar at SUNY Farmingdale at 7pm

* February 26(Saturday): Film and Viet Nam Vets' Discussion on Iraq War in Bridgehampton at 7 pm

* March 1 (Tuesday): Screening of "Farmingville" with Bilingual Discussion at Lutheran Church in Bridgehampton at 7:00 pm

* March 5 (Saturday): Interfaith Discussion Continues in East Hampton 2:30 to 4:30 pm

* March 5 and 6 (Saturday and Sunday): OLA Presents the Hispanic/Latino Film Festival at Southampton College 4:30 and 6:30 pm

* March 19 (Saturday): Suffolk ACLU Honors Local Freedom Fighters at Stony Brook 12 Noon

* Repeating Events: "Herstory" Writing Workshops in Spanish: Thursdays in East Hampton, Fridays in Riverhead

See Calendar below for details

The East End Report is compiled by Tony Ernst.

Send items for next week's Calendar by Wednesday at 12Noon

Comments and corrections are welcome at eastendreport@optonline.net