Week of February 5, 2009 - click here for updates

Who can protest and does not is an accomplice in the act _The Talmud

February 12 (Thursday): Eastern LI NAACP Celebrates 100th Anniversary of NAACP Across the East End with Clare Coss and Blanche Wiesen-Cook

LI Wins Blog: Suffolk Legislature Passes Hate Crimes Task Force Bill

LI Wins Blog: Thoughts on the Hate Crimes Task Force

Tidings from Hazel Kahan: Making Sense of Our World in Crisis
Thursday at Noon - WPKN 89.5/WPKM 88.7 / wpkn.org

upcoming events:

NAACP Long Island Awards Luncheon _ February 7 in Brentwood

Vigil for Dead Construction Worker _February 8 in Southampton

School of Americas Watch Presents Film, Talk, Brunch February 15 in Huntington


Darwish: In Jerusalem

Chomsky: Obama on Israel/Palestine

Open Letter to the President of Israel - "remove my grandfather's name from Yad Vashem Memorial"

Blog: A Palestinian Mother - Laila El-Haddad - Gaza: Hearing is Not Seeing - What you can do to help, more

Voices for Creative Non Violence - Kathy Kelly Reports from Gaza

From Zatoun to Zatoun - Aid for people in Gaza City

Middle East Children's Alliance Notes from Palestine

We can help in Gaza: message from East Enders

We Begin Here: Poems for Palestine and Lebanon - WPKN program may be downloaded

Palestinian Legislator Mustafa Barghouthi: Palestinian Guernica and Myths of Israeli Victimhood

Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions: A Call to End Attacks and Their Cause
Let’s be crystal clear. Israel’s massive attacks on Gaza today have one overarching goal: conflict management. How to end rocket attacks on Israel from a besieged and starving Gaza without ending the impetus for those attacks, 41 years of increasingly oppressive Israeli Occupation without a hint that a sovereign and viable Palestinian state will ever emerge.
LA Times: They attacked from three sides


Peace and Justice Calendar

Suffolk Peace Vigils

Casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan

Recommended Reading:

East Hampton Star: James Henry on Zellner's Civil Rights Memoir and Activism Today

For more
-click here:
The Bone in the Throat - Jeff Halper - Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions

Iraq, Before, After and Now

Lucero Killing Follows Months of Anti-Immigrant Agitation

Economic Contributions of Immigrants to Long Island

Democracy Now!

The independent news hour with Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez:
on Riverhead/Southampton/Southold/Shelter Island
Channel 20:

Note: Channels 20 (public access) and 22 (government meetings) now require a digital capable TV or converter box and have been removed from the basic cable service in violation of contracts with the east end towns. Call your Town Council members to find out what they are doing about this (this does not apply to East Hampton and LTV).

Go to Cablevision.com/update for more information.

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Tuesday 6 pm

Wednesday 10 pm
Thursday 10 pm
Friday 8 pm
Saturday - 6pm

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