Week Starting Thursday April 28

In this week's report:

Montauk Latino Leader Victim of Racial Attack

Peace & Justice Calendar

Suffolk Peace Vigils

Peace & Justice Organizations

The complete East End Report is now at www.eastendrep.blogspot.com

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


April 30 - Peace Event in Southampton

Dear Friends,

Saturday, April 30 is a major day for peace activities here on the East End.
Over 1500 crosses, stars, and crescents will be displayed on the lawn of United Methodist Church on Main Street at Post Crossing Road in Southampton. There will also be an exhibition of over 1500 photos displayed in the church (or on grassy area behind the church if weather is good). The displays will be up all day and the church will be open from 9am till 6 pm. In addition, between 3-5pm. Reverend Sekou from the National Clergy and Laity concerned about Iraq will be the keynote speaker at an event at the church which will include both a formal program and workshop/discussion groups. Speakers and participants will also include local veterans, religious leaders and clergy, civil rights workers and peace activists.

Dan Steiger, Ad Hoc Committee for April 30.

Tell your friends - pass the word!

Sunday May 1 there will be a 'Vigil in Solidarity with Latino Community' at East
Hampton Village Green at 6pm.

This event with local clergy and the EH Anti-Bias Task Force is in response to the recent beating of Luis Achoa of Montauk who is a leader in the community. See Montauk Latino Leader Victim of Racial Attack (link above).

More Info: Michael O'Neill at leoneill@optonline.net


Attention Cable TV Viewers:

Brookhaven / Hauppage Public Access TV Channel 20

Saturday 5-6pm - UU View featuring Jonathan Kozel

Saturday 1am (Sunday morning) -
Show for the Workers: Troops Out Now rally in NYC

Sunday 8 pm - Suffolk Progressive Vision: Four Short Videos
including Amy Goodman, Greg Palast and No More Enrons

Sunday 11 pm - The Liberal Media: "In Plain Sight" Part 2

Monday 6:00 pm - The Struggle Continues - Dr. Joy Leary

Democracy NOW!

Sundays 1:30 to 2:30 PM
Mondays 9:00 to 10:00 PM
Wednesdays/(Thursday) Midnight to 1:00 AM
Thursdays 6:30 to 7:30 AM
Fridays 4:00 to 5:00 PM

For Complete New Schedule:
Riverhead /Southampton /
Southold / Shelter Island

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

NOTE: Many of the programs available on Brookhaven PATV
such as Democracy Now should be shown in the Riverhead,
North and South Fork Areas. No time slots have been made
available to East End sponsors for some time.

For information on Southampton Plans for Public Access TV
- or lack of same - contact Councilman Dennis Suskind at

The East End Report is heard on Bill McNulty's"Lunch on Thursday" 12N, Thursday WUSB

Stony Brook 90.1 FM and WUSB.org and 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

The East End Report is compiled by Tony Ernst.

Comments and corrections should be sent to eastendreport@optonline.net