Shinnecock Museum Indian Market

Saturday July 12th

11am - 4pm

Native American Art,

Jewelry, Carvings,

Wampum Artists

On Exhibit

“A Walk With the People”

100 Montauk Highway and

West Gate Road,

Shinnecock Indian Reservation

Free Admission Free Parking

Week of July 3 - Click Here for Updates

"Who can protest and does not, is an accomplice in the act" Talmud ( Sabbath, 54b)

Click on the following links:

Petition on Israeli Restrictions on Freedom of Movement and the Press - Mohammed Omer Case

July 12 at Shinnecock Museum - Indian Market

Stop the War Mall Tour Update

Stop Act of War Against Iran

Peace and Justice Calendar

Suffolk Peace Vigils: Vigil Sunday in Bridgehampton

Casualties in Iraq

WPKN/WPKM - Tidings from Hazel Kahan - Downloads / Blog

WPKN/WPKM East End Ink - Downloads

Recommended Reading:

James Henry: McCain's Economic Advisor and UBS Exec Phil

The Guardian: Cartoons from the Middle East

Between The Lines: Interview With Dr. Jeff Halper - Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions

Long Island Wins: Immigration 101 and more - updated daily

John Pilger: Cowardice of Silence

Kathy Engel: Nakbah

Reading Between the Lines:
Remembering Bobby Kennedy's Assasination - Anna Manzo, Dying for Oil - Reginald Johnson

"You have no history and your past does not matter."

Rashid Khalidi - Palestine: Liberation Deferred

Sixty Years of the Palestinian Nakba

Israel at 60: We Will Not Be Celebrating

Palestine: Orphanages Face Threat

Boycott Big Three Oil Companies

Reverend Wright's Sermons - What did he really say?

Revealed: the US plan to start a Palestinian civil war

International Food Aid May Be Rationed - BBC Report

Arundhati Roy on Genocide: Listening to Grasshoppers

AFSC Iraq Video on YouTube / and more

Counter Recruiting Schedule Revised Feb 14

Alternative Media

Democracy Now!

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

Monday 10 pm
Tuesday 11 pm

Wednesday 7pm
Thursday 6pm
Friday 9 pm
Saturday - 6:30 am

Also on WUSB 90.1 FM 5pm Mon-Friday and East Hampton LTV Ch 20


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see North Fork People of Conscience at

see Suffolk Progressive Vision at


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July 4 Events


This Friday, July 4th, the Sayville Women In Black will be standing vigil at the corner of Main St. & Railroad Ave. from 4:00-5:00 p.m. A large presence might remind people on their way to BBQs and fireworks displays that there is still death and destruction going on in our name.


The annual July 4th parade in Southampton starts at about 10am from the area around the LIRR station and winds it way up Main Street to Jobs Lane. As usual the patriots who won the right to march in this event displaying their opposition to the Iraq war will march. Last year they won the right to exercise their First Ammendment rights after an action brought by the New York State ACLU on behalf of the East End Vets and other groups.

Look for groups with the banners of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork, Code Pink Long Island and the East End Vets.

Those who want to march with any of these groups should assemble south of the station by 9:30 am.

See you there!

Sag Harbor:

6 pm at the Whalers Church - reading of the Declaration of Independence and the preamble of the Constitution

from Spyglass by Maryann Callendrille in (Southampton Press):

Sure, there’ll be the toasted marshmallows and sunburn (weather permitting) this Fourth of July. But over at the Whalers Church, something a bit more patriotic will be taking place between the beach and the barbecue. A diverse group of community members will participate in a reading of the Declaration of Independence and singing some favorite patriotic tunes.

The deacons of the First Presbyterian Old Whalers Church are sponsoring the program to honor the memory of 19-year-old Lance Corporal Jordan Haerter, who was killed this spring while serving in Iraq. Community members will take turns reading passages from the country’s great document, Lois Ross will provide piano accompaniment, and participants and audience members will also read in unison the Preamble to the Constitution.

Tickets to the event are $10, or $12 with an American flag pin. Children under 10 will be welcomed free of charge. Advance tickets are available at Canio’s Books, the Sag Harbor Garden Center or the church office on Thursday, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Stop the War Mall Tour - Update

Suffolk County Long Islanders opposed to the U.S. occupation of Iraq, took their protest to the Walt Whitman Mall in Huntington on Saturday. Peace activists, asserting their right to free speech as guaranteed by the First Amendment, carried on the action which began in Smith Haven Mall on March 29th, and which resulted in the arrest of an 80 year old man who refused to remove his anti-occupation T-shirt at the food court while eating and resting after the demonstration outside.

The Walt Whitman demonstration was proceeded by a walk around the inside of the mall by Long Islanders in their anti-occupation T-shirts which brought attention to the over 4,000 American soldiers who have lost their lives. The T-shirts stated, “ENOUGH!”

Protesters in and outside the mall, including members of East End Women In Black which has vigiled for peace twice monthly in Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor for almost 6 years, called for bringing home the troops; reallocating war funds for housing, jobs, healthcare, the environment and education; restoring Constitutional rights and human rights; and the implementation of a foreign policy based on the rule of law, justice, and human dignity. While there was a great deal of security, protesters were peaceful, did not disrupt shoppers, but hoped to get the local community to pay attention to what is being done in their name.

Summer 2008 Stop the War Long Island Mall Tour sponsored by the Suffolk Peace Network will continue July 26 in Roosevelt Field Mall, Westbury, Long Island.

filed by Sigrid Meinel for East End Report