Week of April 2: click here for updates

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

Help Support Community Radio for the East End - WPKM and WPKN

WPKN Reports: A thriving business on the east end - Food Pantries

Immigration Issues in Focus

Combatants for Peace - Israelis and Palestinians - ex fighters tour the US

April 1, April 3: Father Roy Bourgeois - School of Americas Watch at Stony Brook, Huntington

April 4 (Saturday): March on Wall Street - United for Peace & Justice

March on Wall Street April 4 - Train Info

LI Wins Blog: Un-Truth in Advertising - East End Newspaper 'Prints Lies'

Peace and Justice Calendar

Suffolk Peace Vigils

Casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan - When will they end?

Gaza / Palestine Update:

Is there a Leadership Crisis? Obama choice for Intelligence Council withdraws under fire from AIPAC

Recommended Reading - click here:
America is in need of a moral bailout - Chris Hedges
Capitalism Hits the Fan - Richard Wolff

Kafka Era Double Standard: Edward Hermann on Gaza Coverage

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.

Starting April 1 - new schedule for Democracy Now!

Monday 6:30 am

Tuesday 6 PM

Wednesday 8 PM

Thursday 10 PM

Friday 6:30 am

Saturday - 10 PM

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


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Saturday April 4 - Peace Trains

Monday, March 30, 2009

This is the latest Peace train info for Saturdays March on Wall St. & Rally. All are welcome on any train, the organizers are from the noted contingents/groups. I've also attached a flyer.

contact Karen Sackett rksrc2001@yahoo.com

Leaves Huntington @ 10:03 a.m.
Arrives Penn Station @ 11:09 a.m.
Please arrive at Huntington Station by 9:45 am
and purchase Round Trip to Penn and 2 trip Metro Card
Board the train at the last car.
Women's Contingent @ Franklin Street and Lafayette.
RSVP AND FOR MORE INFO: Charlotte Koons ajustpeace@optonline.net / 631-261-8590

STONY BROOK LIRR STATION – LABOR CONTINGENT / United University Professions (UUP) / Graduate Students Employee Union (GSEU)
Leaves Stony Brook @ 8:51 am.
Arrive at Penn Station at 10:39 am.
Meet at the LIRR lot on the Stony Brook campus opposite the softball and track fields and then crossover to the Stony Brook train station together.
Labor contingent @ Leonard Street.
Discounted tickets available at this stop. To get discount and for more info, contact: Nancy Gaugler labornan@yahoo.com or call Kevin at 607-857-5677

Leaves Ronkonkoma @ 9:40 a.m.
Arrives Penn Station @ 10:59 a.m.
Please arrive at Ronkonkoma Station by 9:20 a.m.
And purchase Round Trip to Penn and 2 trip Metro Card
Board the train at the last car.
RSVP AND FOR MORE INFO: Karen rksrc@optonline.net 631-875-8647

Additional Contingents:
Veterans, Military Families and Others Associated With the Military -- Leonard Street
Labor -- Leonard Street
Students and Youth -- Franklin Street
Brooklyn -- White Street (between Broadway & Lafayette)
Government Transparency / Truth & Accountability (TBD) (The Backbone Campaign's 'Chain-Gang' will be a part of this contingent.
Women's Contingent -- Franklin Street & Lafayette
March Step Off-Time: 12:00 PM noon
March Route: South on Broadway to Stone St., East on Stone to Broad St., North on Broad to Wall St. This route is a little less than 1.5 miles and takes us through the heart of the financial district, ending right in front of the NY Stock Exchange.

Help Support Community Radio for Eastern LI

WPKN 89.5 FM Bridgeport/ WPKM 88.7 FM Montauk are now in their Spring Fund Raising period.

Call 203 - 384 - 9756 to pledge your support for community - free speech radio - or go to www.wpkn.org, donate and get a beach blanket or a copy of "Sag Harbor Is: A literary celebration".