Week of December 11 - click here for updates

Alex Russo and Allen Planz: Poetry on East End Ink - Thursday, December 18 at 12 Noon - WPKN/WPKM/wpkn.org

Holiday Spirit at the Bridgehampton Child Care Center - Monday, December 22

Three Murders - Pat Young Commentary

From Free Speech Radio News: Another Ecuadorian Killed in New York and How Nassau and Suffolk Handle Hate Crimes

Friday, December 12: An Evening for Marcelo's Mom in Patchogue

Saturday and Sunday Dec. 13, 14: WHEN THE OYSTER WAS OUR WORLD - Shinnecock Museum Winter Festival

December 14 - 24: Art Show Benefits Burmese HIV Positive Children

Sunday, December 14: Film on Mumia Abu-Jamal Benefits Pacifica Radio and WBAI

Bridgehampton Child Care Center Needs Our Help

Peace and Justice Calendar

Suffolk Peace Vigils - East End Women in Black - Schedule Change Starting Sunday December 7: Vigils once each month at Bridgehampton Monument

Casualties in Iraq

Recommended Reading:
Iraq, Before, After and Now
Lucero Killing Follows Months of Anti-Immigrant Agitation
Economic Contributions of Immigrants to Long Island

Counter Recruiting Schedule

Alternative Media

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People of the Shore: Shinnecock Museum Maritime Exhibit

Explore a vibrant new exhibit, “People of the Shore: The Maritime History of the Place of Shells,” at the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum.

Co-sponsor for the exhibit is the Shinnecock Shellfish Hatchery & Environmental Center (SSHEC) that cultivates oysters off the Shinnecock tribal shores.

The “People of the Shore” exhibit uses artifacts and historical and present day photographs featuring those from lifelong Shinnecock bayman and self-taught photographer, Herman Quinn, to examine the distinctive and enduring connection of the Indians of Eastern Long Island with the sea. It includes demonstrations of Shinnecock maritime traditions of today, wampum and shell jewelry making and net making.

The exhibit is on view through March 14, 2009 except for the museum's January hiatus.

Also on view are the Museum’s permanent exhibitions, “A Walk with the People,” murals, photo gallery and collections depicting the history of the Shinnecock and other coastal eastern woodland cultures, and “My Spirit Dances Forever,” The Frederick DeMatteis Collection of bronze sculptures of Native Americans.

The Shinnecock Museum is the only Native-owned and operated museum on Long Island. Montauk Highway (Route 27A) and West Gate Road in Southampton.

Contact (631) 287-4923 or info@shinnecockmuseum.org for more information.

online: www.shinnecockmuseum.org

Art Show Benefits Burmese Children with HIV

A Benefit Show at the Wish Rock Studio
17 Grand Avenue on Shelter Island
Telephone 631-749-5200

70% of the proceeds will benefit HIV positive children and families in Myanmar/Burma.

Exhibit from December 14 to December 24.

Reception Sunday December 14 10 am - 5 pm