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INSIDE ...CMC SpringBoard Fund raiser . 3 W omens History Month Tribute . 6 Attack on Public Education . .... 8 Publisher s Note . ............. 9 Dir ectory . ................ 10-11 Calendar . ................ 12-13 In Memory of Charles Willett . .. 14 Oral History Pr ogram . ........ 16 CIW Fast for Fair Food . ...... 20 Civic Media Center Events . .... 21 Ask Mr .. Econ . ............... 22 Sadie s Tanks . ............... 24 Why Occupy?Voices from Occupy: More We, Less Me By Lars Din Like many anarchists, when the mean for our future that some white Continued on p . 2 By Joe Courter Sarah Imler, speaks at Day One of Occupy Gainesville . Photo by Joe Courter .. Continued on p .. 7 March 2012Vol. 26, Issue 3 The GainesvilleIguana
PAGE 2, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 Why Occupy ... from p .. 1 More Continued on p . 4
IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 3 Civic Media Center hosts SpringBoard fund raiserBy Joe Courter announce the winners from to have the event DAcclaimed folk duo come to the CMCemmas revolution Sunday March 18th 7 pmAll you need to know:This record is part of the worldwide revolution Pete Seeger $12 adv $15 door $10 low income advance at Wild Iris, Hyde and Zeke, CMCcivicmediacenter.org emmasrevolution.com Subscribe! The Gainesville Iguana is Gainesville's progressive events calendar & newsletter .. Individuals: $15 (or more if you can) Low/No income: What you can Groups: $20 Iguana, c/o CISPLA P .. O . Box 14712 Gainesville, FL 32604Comments, suggestions, contributions list your event or group, contact us at: (352) 378-5655 GainesvilleIguana@cox . net www .. gainesvilleiguana . org facebook . com/gainesvilleiguana The Iguana has been published monthly or bimonthly by volunteers for 25 years . Circulation for this issue is 4,500 . Publisher: Joe Courter Editors Emeritus: Jenny Br own Mark Piotr owski Editorial Board: Pier ce Butler Joe Courter Beth Gr obman Jessica Newman Pr oduction work & assistance: Amanda Adams Karrie L yons-Munkittrick Joye Barnes Jason Fults James Schmidt Robbie Czopek Distribution: Bill Gilb ert, Joe Courter, Mar cus DoddAuthors & photographers have sole credit, responsibility for, and rights to their work . Cover drawing of iguana by Daryl Harrison . Printed on recycled paper ..
PAGE 4, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 on how we see which is pretty another on the ways Why Occupy ... from p . 2 ... intervening effectively in the machinery of the global economy and developing sustainable local systems means effective self organization ...
IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 5 us an opportunity that the Occupy Movement in this country is Occupy Movement for more info or write to serco@ D in a footnote! effective consensus process that i THINKINGABOUTTHEMILITARY? MAKEAN INFORMEDCHOICE. ADVICEFROMVETERANSONMILITARYSERVICE ANDRECRUITINGPRACTICESAResourceGuideForYoungPeople ConsideringEnlistment Gainesville Chapter14 http://www.afn.org/~vetpeace/
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IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 7 DVoices from Occupy ... ... from page 1 Jean ChalmersCRS, GRI, REALTORBROKER-ASSOCIATE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENTMobile: (352) 538-4256 www.ElwoodRealtyServices.com Bayard Rustin Community Meeting Room Dedication D
PAGE 8, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 By Eileen Roy, District 2 School Board Member the shaft as private companies work to DFlorida Legislatures Attack on Public Education
IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 9 Publishers Note LOW COST PET VACCINATION AND VETERINARY CLINIC An alternative to high-priced animal hospitalsC oO MMU nityNITY V eterinaryETERINARY S er ERvices VICES No appointment needed rain or shineWaldo Farmers & Flea Market (9 a.m.2 p.m.) Outside Booth #18 (North of C Building) WWW.DRCINDYVET.CO M M No debit or credit cards please . Saturdays March 17, 24, 31 Sundays March 18, 25 (Now at Waldo every Sunday except March 11)Also available: Skin exams and sick pet visits too!Friday appointment day call or email us! See website for full schedule & holiday updates .. ..
PAGE 10, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 Art Lab Alachua County Labor Party A merican Civil Liberties Union Amnesty International Bridges Across Borders The Coalition of Hispanics Integrating Spanish Speakers through Advocacy and Service (CHISPAS) Civic Media Center Coalition to End the Meal Limit NOW! Code Pink: Women for Peace Committee for a Civilian Police Review Board com Conservation Trust for Florida, Inc. Democratic Party of Alachua County Meet Edible Plant Project Families Against Mandatory Minimums The Fine Print Florida School of Traditional Midwifery A Florida Defenders of the Environment An Gainesville Citizens for Alternatives to the Death Penalty Gainesville Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant Justice (IAIJ) meets Gainesville Womens Liberation Graduate Assistants United Green Party Grow Radio Harvest of Hope Foundation Home Van Industrial Workers of the World Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant Justice International Socialist Organization Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program MindFreedom North Florida National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) National Lawyers Guild Iguana Directory
IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 11 National Organization for Women Gainesville Ar ea NOW meet Judy Levy NOW information, contact Planned Parenthood Clinic Pride Community Center of North Central Florida Protect Gainesville Citizens Group whose River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding Queer Activist Coalition Sierra Club United Faculty of Florida The United Nations Association, Gainesville Florida Chapter. Veterans for Peace WGOT 94.7 LP-FM Sister City Program of Gainesville Student/Farmworker Alliance A network of Students for a Democratic Society UF Pride Student Union at WGOT 94.7 LP FM Gainesville's Progressive Community Radio Station Sunday: Mon, Wed, Fri: Tuesday and Thursday: Saturday: wgot.org Democracy NOW! airs Lunch Specials $5.25 w/soda 421 NW 13TH ST. (352) 336-6566
! CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm.. !Icarus Project, CMC, 7 pm..Reinventing the Humanities in a Digital Age, Smathers Library talk by Gregory Crane, 7 pm.Sierra Club general meeting, UF Entomology Bldg rm 3118, 1st Thursdays, 7:30 pm.Open Poetry at CMC, 9 pm.! !Free condential walk-in ! HIV testing at Alachua County Health Dept, 224 SE 24th St, 9 am pm, M-F; & at Pride Ctr, 3131 NW 13th St, 4 pm on 1st & 3rd Thurs; info: 334-7961.Downtown Farmers Market every Wed, Dtown Plaza, 4-7 pm; !Edible Plant Project, 2nd Weds.Harlem Globetrotters, ODome, 7 pm. !! CMC Volunteers meet !! every Thursday, 5:30 pm.Internatl Socialist Org. meets Thursdays, 7 pm, 105 NW 16th St.Open Poetry every Thursday at CMC, 9 pm: Gvls longest-running poetry jam, open to all; informal & welcoming to both readers & listeners. !! SERCO (SE Regional Conver!! gence of Occupiers) runs 23rd25th in rural location N of Gvl see OccupySouthEast.org & pg 1.Zoe Lewis live at Wild Iris Books (doors 7 pm, performance 8 pm).The Committee (new doc on 1950s Fla witchhunt for leftists & gays by Johns Committee), 8 pm, CMC.Greenland Is Melting at The Atlantic. Moyers & Company on WUFT-TV, Sundays, 1 pm.Charles Willett Memorial Event 716 SW Williston Rd, 2:30 pm: salute to long-time Gville media activist who died Feb 5th (pg 14).Fla Coalition for Peace & Justice weekly potluck & ecovillage tour, 4 pm: fcpj.org.Wayward Council volunteer meeting 6 pm every Sunday, 807 W. University Ave.Interweave LGBTQ-friendly potluck & discussion at UUFG, 4225 NW 34th St, 6:30 pm, 2nd Suns.6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 April 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Sunday Domingo Monday Lunes Tuesday Martes Wednesday Miercoles Thursday Jueves Friday Viernes Saturday Sabado Radio Notes: Within the Iguana you will nd program listings or links to WUFT, WGOT, and Grow Radio, our local non-corporate stations. Both WGOT and Grow radio are streamed on the internet, but with luck may emerge into over-the-air broadcast. WGOT is a shared over-the-air signal with two churches, so it is not always on. WUFT-FM is, of course, our NPR afliate. Also, the CMC SpringBoard (3/30) will feature Rob Lorei, news director of Tampas great community station WMNF, speaking on the relevance of local radio in todays social media age. LISTEN TO AND SUPPORT COMMUNITY RADIO! The Gainesville IguanaIguana, c/o CISPLA, P.O. Box 14712, Gainesville, FL 32604 (352) 378-5655 www.gainesvilleiguana.org! March Marzo! School Board meets ! 1st & 3rd Tues, 6 pm.County Farmers Mkt on N 441 by Hwy Patrol Tues/ Thurs/Sat, 8 amnoon. Anti-war sign-holding 4 pm: 1st & 3rd Tues, Archer Rd & SW 34th St; 2nd & 4th Tues, University Ave & W. 13th St. !! Fast for Fair Food conclusion !! at Publix headquarters in Lakeland, FL see pg 20.Interfaith Readings, Mennonite Meeting House, 1236 NW 18th Ave, 10 am, 2nd & 4th Saturdays.Below the Belt art exhibit, Top Secret Space (28 N. Main St), Sats, 5-10 pm (Suns, 12-6 pm); closes ArtWalk Friday 3/30; free.Fellow Worker social, Caf Colette (Wild Iris Books), 7 pm.Acoustic Music at CMC featuring Ciati Conlin, Queen Annes Lace, Hoyt Walston: 9 pm, $5. !! Essential Afrikan !! History Workshop # 7 with Kali Blount at CMC, 3 pm.emmas revolution CD Release Concert, CMC, 7 pm; $12 adv, $15 door, $10 low-income; see emmasrevolution.com & pg 3. !! The Loving Story, recent HBO !! doc proling couple (named Loving) jailed for their interracial marriage in the 1950s: 7 pm, Civic Media Center (433 S. Main St). History & Empathy talk by !! Suzanne Marchand, Smathers Library, 7 pm.China Blue (Chinese sweatshop expos, co-sponsored by Asia Pacic Islanders Affairs Group at UF & IWW), CMC, 7 pm. Words from the !! Earth Science Caf talk by Kathleen Deagan, Leonardos 706, 5:30 pm: rsvp to email@example.com.School Board meets 1st & 3rd Tues, 6 pm.Working for Food Justice panel & potluck at CMC, 6 pm; see pg 6. Journalist Steve Bousquet on Fla legislative session; UF Pugh Hall, 6 pm. Viva Europe! Film Festival, 6 pm, downtown library, free; runs thru 4/7.Taqwcore lm on Iraqi hardcore rock music, CMC, 7 pm.An Evening with Sarah Vowell author & frequent guest on This American Life Phillips Center, 7:30 pm. !! Fla Ombudsman (long!! term elder-care volunteer program) meets, Haven Hospice (4200 NW 90th Blvd), 12:30 pm.CMC Volunteers meet, 5:30 pm.Sustainable Agriculture talk by Fred Kirschenman, UF Carleton Auditorium, 6:15-7:30 pm.Icarus Project meets, CMC, 7 pm. Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm. !! Kanapaha Spring Garden !! Festival opens; runs thru Sun; $8 adults, $5 under 13.Interfaith Readings see 3/10.Meet Avett Piotrowski: NE Park, 1 pm. Congratulations Mark & Janeen!Charles Willett Memorial Potluck & CR (Q: What did you learn from Charles Willett?), CMC, 2-5 pm; see pg 14.To All My Dear Friends, Mike Dorsey, Nicole Miglis at The Atlantic. !! Stonewall Democrats, 901 !! NW 8th Ave, 6 pm, 4th Weds.Gvl Area NOW, 6:30 pm, Wild Iris Books, 802 W. Univ Ave.International Relations: Mexico video & discussion: CMC, 7 pm. !! Veterans for Peace meet, !! 7 pm: call 352-375-2563 for directions. Books for Prisoners bookpack! ing parties Fridays at Wayward Council, 807 W. University Ave, 7 pm.John Porcinello & students show/ party at Sequential Artists Workshop, 18 SE 5th Ave, 7 pm; see pg 8.Grammy-nominated Seth Glier (with Ryan Hommel) live in concert, 8 pm, CMC: $8 adv, $10 door.!!Conservation Stewards !! Awards ceremony at Prairie Creek Lodge, 7204 SE Cty Rd, 5:30 pm see pg. 19. $60 adv. tickets: alachuaconservationtrust.org. Alternative Radio on local airwaves on WGOTFM 94.7, Saturday afternoons at 4 pm; best listening in NW Gville or in your car.Veg 4 Life 1st Saturday potluck, 6:30 pm at UU Fellowship, 4225 NW 34th St: 375-7207; $1 + veggie/vegan dish. !! Gville Community Festival !! at Alachua County Fairgrounds: family-friendly, food, music, booths 10 am-6 pm.Alachua Transition Initiative meets, CMC, 2-5 pm.Bayard Rustin Community Mtg Room dedication, Pride Comm Ctr, 7 pm; see pg 7.Gainesville Loves Mountains benet show, CMC, 7 pm, $5.10Womens Movie Night, 5 pm, 1st Sundays, Pride Community Center, 3131 NW 13th St. FULL MOON IGUANA Deadline for Apr issue is Mar 31st; write firstname.lastname@example.org or call 378-5655 with events, updates, advertisements & info. ! Womens Liberation Class, !! 9 am-5 pm, UF Bauer Hall 215; see pg 9.Staber & Chasnoff world-class traditional folk music: CMC, 8 pm, $10.Doug Clifford Saturdays, 11 pmmidnight; WSKY-97.3; show repeats Sunday nights 11 pm, WKTK-98.5. !! Region 4: Transition !! Through Imagination art show (3/2 4/24) at Thomas Center Main Gallery (306 NE 6th Ave), inspired by Koppers SuperFund site; 8 am-5 pm, Mon-Fri & 1-4 pm, Sat; free. Anarchademics open discussion group, CMC, 3rd Weds, 7 pm.Anti-Art School meets, CMC, 9 pm.Hip-hop show at Double Down Live: local & touring performers. !! CMC Volunteers meet, !! 5:30 pm.Humanist meeting, Millhopper Library, 6:30 pm; open to public: gainesvillehumanists.org.The ArtScience of Metaphorming talk by Todd Siler, Harn Museum, 6:30 pm, free.Seth Meyers standup and Q&A, ODome, presented by ACCENT, free; doors open 7 pm, talk 8 pm.Open Poetry at CMC, 9 pm.Nerdy & Dirty 2 at The Laboratory, 818 W. University Ave.Bomb the Music Industry and No More at 1982. !! Democratic Exec. Comm. !! meets, County Commission mtg room, 2nd Weds, 7 pm.Satchels Employees Benet Night for those without work after recent re; Double Down Live: bands tba see satchelspizza.com.Jeff Jones Queer Variety Show at 1982. !! Critical Mass Bike Ride, !! 5:30 pm, UF Plaza of Americas.CMC Springboard event at Matheson Museum: 6:30 pm dinner, rafe & silent auction; guest speaker Rob Lorei; Penrod Awards; see pg 3.Art Walk Downtown; many galleries & venues participate; 7 pm, last Friday of each month.Leela Corman Book Release Party, Seq. Artists Workshop, 7 pm; see pg 8.Gay Movie Night last Fridays, $2, 7:30 pm, Pride Ctr, 3131 NW 13th St. See www.gainesvillebands.com for info on live music in Gville. !! Stephen Foster Neigh!! borhood Water Quality talk, CMC, 6 pm.Katherine Green of CNN Intl speaks, UF Pugh Hall, 6 pm.Alachua County Labor Party meets: 6:30 pm, 618 NW 13th Ave; info, 375-2832.Wild Words, Wild Iris Books, last Tuesdays, open mic, 7 pm. !! Alachua County !! Comm meets, 2nd & 4th Tues, 9 am & 5 pm, County Admin Bldg; citizens comment, 9:30 am & 5:30 pm.Medical Care & the Homeless talk by Dr. Pedro Joe Greer, UF Pugh Hall, 6 pm.Religion & Politics in America talk by Rev. Donna Tara Lee at CMC, 7 pm.Climate Change: The Latest Science talk by Dr. Stephen Mulkey at Smathers Library E, room 1-A, 7:30 pm; see citizensclimatelobby.com. Whether here or anywhere: please support live music! Farm to Family Full Moon Festival opens, runs thru Sun; featured artist Verlon Thompson see farmtofamilymusic.com.Very Queer Variety Show, 8 pm, Spin Cycle (424 W. Univ. Ave), $5-20 slide. Keep up with the CMC at www.civicmediacenter.org for events created after this calendar was printed, and into the future (also see pg 21). Bob Graham speaks, UF Emerson Hall, 2 pm.Bob Graham & Nat Reed on new Fla Conservation Coalition, UF Pugh Hall, 6 pm.No School Board mtg (public school spring break).Laura Stevens & the Cans, 1982. !! Occupy Gainesville Day 153 !! check out their web site for ongoing activities, support & reports at OccupyGainesville.org, and thanks to all the Occupiers!Economics of Happiness doc, CMC, 7 pm: economicsofhappiness.org.Amy Ray (of Indigo Girls) talk & CD-signing at Wild Iris Books, 802 W. Univ. Ave, 1 pm (she & band in concert at Double Down 3/11). !! CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm.Farming/Climate talk by Gerald Nelson, UF Carleton Aud, 6 pm.Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm. INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY DAYLIGHT SAVINGS BEGINS ST PATRICKS DAY SPRING EQUINOX ! Matheson Museum Fund! raiser, Rembert Farm, Alachua, 4 pm, $99; see www.mathesonmuseum.org.Peking Acrobats, Phillips Ctr, 7:30 pm, $25-35. FULL MOONFor more event details and irregularly updated calendar entries, see www.gainesvilleiguana.org/calendar.1475: Michelangelo born. 1849: Luther Burbank born. 1875: Maurice Ravel born. 1964: Malcolm X splits with Nation of Islam. 1865: 10,000 US troops invade Veracruz, Mexico. 1959: 1st Barbie dolls sold. 1879: Albert Einstein born. 1933: Ruth Bader Ginsburg born. 1968: US troops kill 430 villagers of My Lai, Vietnam. 1988: Iraqi troops kill ~5,000 Kurdish villagers of Halabja with USmade chemical weapons. 1962: Algeria wins independence from France. 1848: Wyatt Earp born. 1860: William Jennings Bryan born. 1989: Exxon Valdez oils Alaska coast. 1931: Leonard Nimoy born. 1979: Three Mile Island nuke partially melts down. 1970: Richard Nixon signs bill banning cigarette ads on radio & television. 1915: Muddy Waters born (as McKinley Morganfield). 1958: Bertrand Russell premieres peace sign. 1889: Eiffel Tower completed.
PAGE 14, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 In Memory of Charles Willett: 1932 2012By Joe Courter Parts of the article below were borrowed from the obituary that ran in the Gainesville Sun . To see the full obituary, go to www .. gai nesville .. com/article/20120214/ articles/120219743 . the paperwork for many years, as the D
IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 15 mote more human interaction rather power structure, you may see the po to that power structure often have oth er experiences, as can anyone when DSadies Tanks ... from p .. 24
PAGE 16, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 History and the people who make it: Marshall JonesTranscript edited by Pierce Butler This is the seventh in a continuing series of transcript excerpts from the collection of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at the University of Florida . Former UF faculty activist leader Dr .. Marshall Bush Jones, a WWII Navy Medical Service Corps veteran, was interviewed by Marna Weston [W] on March 9, 2009 . Jones, denied tenure at the University of Florida in 1968, became professor and chairman of behavioral science at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, where he spent 35 years . He authored available at the UF Library special collection . W : When you wrote Berkeley of the South, who were you writing it to? was not so much the actions, as their W: Your case of tenure denial is still one of those seminal moments with academic freedom as people look at it today.
IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 17 Beverly Jones: Is this that one that accuses you of trying to destroy the state? W: You write, As the meeting opened, Vice President Frederick Conner distributed a two-page written statement explaining why he was going to vote against tenure. [UF Pres. J. Wayne] Reitz announced that the Conner statement spoke for him too. Conner concluded, quote, my primary reason is that he has publicly urged in speech and print and principle of action, which is contrary to and potentially destructive of the principles of which true universities are supposed to be organized. Dr. Jones principle set forth in a Kappa Delta Pi article, The Role of the Faculty and Student Rebellion, delivered on this campus and published in the Educational Forum of January 1966, is that the only practicable way in achieved inside or outside a university, is by rebellion and that democratic and other ordinate processes are merely means of ratifying and implementing the changes as forced. This time the tenure, and you write, it seemed too good to be true. to form unions or to participate in professors when they speak out in their Continued on p . 18
PAGE 18, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 W: You actually took your students to St. Augustine when King was in town. punishment, which a fte champtre, a country aristocratic Marshall Jones ... from p . 17 352.374.2022www.drpamvetro.com Tel. 386.418.1234 ~ Fax 386.418.8203 14804 NW 140th Street ~ Alachua, FL 32615
IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 19 An audio podcast of this interview will be made available, along with many feature-podcasts . htm . The Samuel Pr octor Oral History Program believes that listening change the way we understand history, from scholarly questions to public policy .. SPOHP needs the publics help to sustain and build upon its research, teaching, and service missions: even small donations can make a big difference in SPOHPs ability to gather preserve and promote history for future generations .. Donate online at www .. make checks to the University of Florida, Box 115215, Gainesville, FL 32611 D ..
PAGE 20, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 Coalition of Immokalee Workers Fast for Fair FoodBy Jessica Newman erase t recent corporation D
IGUANA, MARCH 2012, PAGE 21 Every Thursday: W ednesday, 3/7: Friday 3/9: Saturday 3/10: Monday 3/12: T uesday, 3/13: W ednesday, 3/14: Thursday 3/15: Saturday 3/17: Sunday 3/18: Monday 3/19: T uesday, 3/20: W ednesday, 3/21: Thursday 3/22: Friday 3/23: Monday 3/26: T uesday, 3/27: W ednesday, 3/28: Mexico, a Great Discussions Friday, 3/30: Saturday, 3/31: WUFT-FM 89.1 programming scheduleWUFT-FM offers news and public media for North Central Florida from the University of Florida with a mix of local and national programs. Monday Friday Saturday Sunday 433 S. Main StreetParking just to the south at SE 5th Ave .. (see sign) or after 7 p .. m .. at the courthouse (just north of 4th Ave . ) or GRU (2 blocks east of CMC) . Check our website for details or new events that may have been scheduled after this went to press . (352) 373-0010 www.civicmediacenter.orgCivic Media Center Events March 2012
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PAGE 24, IGUANA, MARCH 2012 Sadies tanks and the militarization of small town police departmentsBy Mary Bahr sometimes accompa Continued on p .. 15 The Bear cat . Photo by Mary Bahr .. The Gainesville Iguana is Gainesville's progressive events calendar and newsletter .. Subscribe!Individuals: $15 (or more if you can) Low/No income: What you can Groups: $20 Iguana, c/o CISPLA P .. O . Box 14712 Gainesville, FL 32604 Comments, suggestions, contributions (written or To list your event or group, contact us at: (352) 378-5655 GainesvilleIguana@cox . net www .. gainesvilleiguana . org facebook . com/gainesvilleiguanaThe Gainesville Iguana (established 1986)