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The Gainesville iguana ( January 2012 )

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Title: The Gainesville iguana
Alternate Title: Iguana
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 28-29 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla
Creation Date: January 2012
Publication Date: 07-2013
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: monthly
regular

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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1986.
General Note: Editors: Jenny Brown and Joe Courter, <1991-1996>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 10 (July 1991).

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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 25027662
lccn - sn 96027403
lccn - sn 96027403
System ID: UF00073860:00056

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073860/00050

Material Information

Title: The Gainesville iguana
Alternate Title: Iguana
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 28-29 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla
Creation Date: January 2012
Publication Date: 07-2013
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: monthly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1986.
General Note: Editors: Jenny Brown and Joe Courter, <1991-1996>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 10 (July 1991).

Record Information

Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 25027662
lccn - sn 96027403
lccn - sn 96027403
System ID: UF00073860:00056


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en-USINSIDE ...en-USFrom the Publisher . .......... en-US3en-US Atheism in Starke . .......... en-US 4en-US CMC Events .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. en-US9 en-US Directory . ............... en-US10-11 en-US Event Calendar .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. en-US12-13en-US Oral History Program .. .. .. .. .. en-US14-15en-US Scales/Marsh Tributes .. .. .. .. .. en-US18-19en-US Save Loblolly Woods .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. en-US19 en-USby Mama Trishen-US LABOR DAZE FEST was started in 2011 en-US to celebrate the people who make this city en-US go. (We thought it appropriate, yknow, en-US being Labor Day weekend and all.) We en-US en-US free massage, a free rock wall, and free en-US en-US en-US together our communitys best responen-US-en-US en-US en-US was encouraging, to say the least. (We en-US had the 2nd biggest Labor Day Weekend en-US celebration in the state!) en-US You should come. There will be fun stuff en-US for kids and grownups alike. By locals, en-US for locals, about locals! en-US For more info, check out LABOR DAZE en-US FEST 2013 on facebook. Holler if you en-US want to help out. en-USDen-USby Mary Tumaen-US When questioned by colleagues about en-US legislation that, if enacted, would destroy en-US abortion access in Texas, bill authors en-US state Rep. Jodie Laubenberg (R-Parker) en-US and state Sen. Glenn Hegar (R-Katy) ofen-US-en-USNotorious abortion bill inspired by draft en-US legislation for national anti-abortion groupen-USen-US en-US the knowledge or data to back them up, en-US making for some cringe-worthy exchangen-US-en-US es under the Capitol dome.en-US en-US at what most would consider basic facts en-US of the content and context of their legisen-US-en-US en-US en-US much so that, in the middle of a series en-US of questions about abortion regulation, en-US en-US en-US How do you not know this?en-US The lack of knowledge had some wonderen-US -en-US ing how authors of a bill with so much en-US en-US See ABORTION, p. 22en-US The attack on womens right to reproductive freedom rages on, and this time its in the en-US the 24 weeks set as precedent in Roe v .. W ade) .. en-USThe most notable of these efforts is in Texas where State Senator Wendy Davis and the en-US people of Texas attempted to stop the passage of the restrictive bill through a 10-plus-en-US passed in Ohio in the last couple weeks .. This is no coincidence, as youll read below .. en-USAnd dont be surprised if (when?) a similarly oppressive abortion bill comes to en-US reportedly, Sen .. Marco Rubio is working with other legislators on a bill in the U .. S .. Senate banning abortions after 20 weeks .. You can read more about this in -week en-USban latest assault on abortion rights, published by the Sun-Sentinel on July 8 at http://en-US weeks-abortion-rights-24-weeks .. The article below was originally published on July 3 by the San Antonio Current .. Read more at sacurrent .. com .. en-USThe Gainesvilleen-USIguanaen-USJuly/August 2013en-US Vol. 27, Issue 7/8

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PAGE 2, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 en-USby Citizens Co-Open-US en-US member-owners to take the co-op challenge.en-US What is the challenge? A pledge to SHOP CO-OP for 30 days.en-US en-US lot about being a little grocery store. The store itself is maturing, en-US en-US en-US As owners of this business, your allegiance determines our sucen-US -en-US cess. For the co-op to work and sustain itself, we need our memen-US-en-US bers to do their regular shopping with us.en-US We understand that changing shopping habits or your normal rouen-US -en-US en-US We get it. Its cozy knowing exactly what aisle the laundry soap en-US is on after years of frequenting the same store. BOGO deals and en-US en-US en-US different and we need you to shop here to make this work.en-US Being a member of the co-op is more than just sporting a bumen-US -en-US per sticker or supporting the idea of local food. Its a chance en-US to be a part of a business thats trying to change the standard.en-US en-US the co-op go straight back into our community. We pay fair wagen-US -en-US en-US empower our staff. Were recycling, were composting, were en-US en-US en-US relentlessly committed to offering our community the best local, en-US en-US en-US-en-US port and take the challenge. Do this experiment with us and see en-US en-USD

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 3 en-USFrom the publisher ...en-USKnowledge and Power en-USby Joe Courteren-US As the summer of 2013 unfolds, I'm reminded of the Phil en-US Ochs song, "Cops of the World," which is a pointed criticism en-US of U.S. foreign policy circa 1965.*en-US en-US changed, but still this nation's large, self-righteous footprint en-US en-US rest of the world is noticing, and through information-sharen-US -en-US en-US resist.en-US en-US en-US war in Iraq. At that time, I remember comments being made that if the U.S. was now en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US in Tunisia and Egypt. What Bradley Manning helped expose was the true face of the en-US en-US-en-US mentary. Edward Snowden is another crack in the facade of this "exceptional" nation, en-US en-US en-US the technology allows them to. Fact is it is easier to scoop it all up and then look for en-US en-US times, and its been with us since pre-2001. Bill Moyers had Larry Lessig on a recent en-US show (5/21/13), and it showed Lessig testifying before Congress about it in 1998!en-US en-US en-US Arrogance and impunity are the hallmarks of a bully, and with our exposed spying, our en-US en-US to resist. They are resisting the draconian austerity measures required by the U.S.-led en-US en-US en-US led to some less-than-good outcomes, as abundant weaponry, political squabbling, and en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US We are also seeing Republican State legislatures going after abortion rights, and these en-US bully tactics being met with energized opposition from women and men. We are also en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US fear it.en-US en-USD en-USSubscribe!en-US The Gainesville Iguanaen-US en-US en-US events calendar & newsletter .. en-USIndividuals: $15 en-US en-US (or more if you can)en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Iguana, c/o CISPLAen-US P .. O .. Box 14712 en-US en-US en-USComments, suggestions, contributions en-US en-US list your event or group, contact us at: en-USen-USen-US www .. gainesvilleiguana .. or g en-US facebook .. com/gainesvilleiguana en-USThe Iguana has been published en-US monthly or bimonthly by volunteers for 25 years .. Circulation for this issue is 4,500 .. en-USPublisher: Joe Courter en-USEditors Emeritus: Jenny Brown Mark Piotrowski en-USEditorial Board: Pierce Butler Joe Courter en-USProduction work & assistance: Justine Mara Andersen Joye Barnes Roger Beebe Robbie Czopek CMC volunteers en-USDistribution: Joe Courter Marcus Dodd Jack Price en-USAuthors & photographers have sole credit, en-US responsibility for, and rights to their work .. Cover drawing of iguana by Daryl Harrison .. Printed on recycled paper ..

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PAGE 4, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 by Pierce Butler en-USStarke, Fla., Bradford County seat, now en-US has another claim to fame beyond its noen-US-en-US toriety as a speed trap.en-US en-US en-US combined pillar and bench at the Braden-US-en-US ford County courthouse installed on June en-US 29 by American Atheists, Inc. (AA). Been-US-en-US tween 200 and 300 people attended en-US the dedication ceremony, along with en-US en-US and a noisy Honk for Jesus crew en-US across the street.en-US In the spring of 2012, a local Comen-US -en-US munity Mens Fellowship spent an en-US estimated $20,000 to place a 3-ton en-US marble slab bearing an abridged Ten en-US Commandments in the courthouse en-US entrance area, promptly triggering en-US a lawsuit from Starke resident Danen-US-en-US iel Cooney and AA. The plaintiffs en-US charged that parking the large disen-US-en-US play of a religious message in that en-US en-US-en-US ment to the U.S. Constitution, faen-US-en-US en-US alienating all others, and asked that en-US en-US en-US the monument would stay, but part en-US of the courtyard was declared a free en-US speech zone so that other groups en-US en-US-en-US ing lemonade from their loss, AA comen-US -en-US missioned a monument to our secular en-US en-US bench marked with AAs name and logo, en-US joined to a 5-foot pillar, bearing quotaen-US-en-US tions from three Founding Fathers, en-US en-US-en-US lyn Murray OHair (who founded AA 50 en-US years ago), plus a brief analysis of biblical en-US en-USen-USA monument to atheism ... in Starke? en-US... the government of the en-US United States of America is en-US not in any sense founded on en-US the Christian religion ... en-US(From the Treaty of Tripoli, negotiaten-US -en-US ed under George Washington, signed en-US by John Adams, and unanimously apen-US -en-US The American Atheists, Inc .. dedicated the en-US on June 29 .. For a full video of the dedication en-USceremony, search for Atheist Monument Dedication Starke, Florida on YouTube .. http://www .. youtube .. com/watch?list=UUSBVML-Jp en-USen-US Photos by Brigitta Cuadros .. en-USments (mostly death).en-US The dedication went fairly en-US smoothly, with morning rains en-US auspiciously clearing up as en-US en-US of the South marched quietly en-US away, deputies persuaded the en-US Jesus-honkers across Highen-US-en-US way 301 to turn down their en-US Christo-country music, and a en-US selection of Florida freethought leaders, en-US plus one Bradford County commissioner, en-US en-US -en-US ada attempted to complete the bench by en-US en-US (son of Pensacola creationist Kent Hoen-US-en-US en-US-en-US sion), leapt atop the pillar to yell a few en-US en-US en-US protesters was reported at the dedication en-US en-US en-US original monument, which had caused all en-US en-US -en-US sion, and arguably an insult to both Jewish en-US and Christian traditions. Though written en-US en-US shalt...), the Bradford County Decalogue en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Atheists, announced that an anonymous en-US donor had contributed enough money to en-US build about 50 more such monuments. en-US en-US en-US similar shrines dominate the entrances to en-US en-US en-US en-US future. Meanwhile, open space remains in en-US front of the Bradford County Courthouse en-US en-US Spaghetti Monster will be honored there en-US en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US en-US they want. They opened the door, and en-US its going to get crowded as others walk en-US through it. en-USD

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 5 en-USSenate immigration bill: unfair, unjust, unwiseen-USby United Methodist Womenen-US This statement regarding the Immigration reform bill passed by the U .. S .. Senate on June 27 was originally published by United Methodist Women on July 5 at http://new .. gbgm-umc .. or g/umw/ news/press/item/index .. cfm?id=1178&pv=1 .. en-USUnited Methodist Women has deep concerns with The Border en-US Security, Economic Opportunity & Immigration Modernization en-US en-US en-US -en-US lation offers a grueling pathway to citizenship for a limited numen-US -en-US ber of immigrants while authorizing unprecedented militarization of the U.S.-Mexican border.   en-USWe desperately need immigration reform, but this is not the en-US reform we need, stated Harriett Jane Olson, United Methodist en-US Womens general secretary and CEO. As we pause this week to en-US celebrate Independence Day, it is a moment to look deeply into en-US en-US We understand the national debate on immigration as part of this en-US en-US en-US and well-being of our communities.   en-USBrutal elements of border securityen-US Brutal new elements of border security changed the character of en-US Requires law enforcement to apprehend 90 percent of the peo en-USple coming across the border without proper papers.       en-US-en-US construction.       en-USen-US This is unfair, unjust and unwise. United Methodist Women sees en-US en-US border patrol.   A domestic worker who cannot get on the pathway to citizen en-US-en-US ship because an employer laid her off and she hasnt been able   cannot afford to take her children to the doctor.   An older woman, working and paying taxes in the United States en-USfor decades, who wont access Social Security during a minien-US mum 13-year wait for citizenship.   detention and deportation policies.   An immigrant woman incarcerated because of lack of papers,   en-USoff date for legalization who fears detention and losing custody en-US of her children.en-US Toward humane immigration policyen-US United Methodist Women rejects the disciplinary nature of the en-US current Senate immigration bill and proposals in the House of en-US en-US for coming to the United States without papers, we must address en-US the reasons that migrants are forced to come. Human rights and en-US racial justice must be at the core of both U.S. economic and imen-US -en-US en-US -en-US tice.en-US en-US -en-US Offer a rapid and affordable pathway to citizenship for all un en-US-en-US authorized immigrants. en-US-en-US gardless of status. Reunite families and keep families together. Protect the labor rights of both immigrant and U.S. workers. en-USof all immigrants. Demilitarize the U.S.-Mexico border End enforcement practices that criminalize migrants because en-USof their status. en-US en-US-en-US duce forced migration. Suspend detention and deportation of migrants and shift re en-US-en-US en-US United Methodist Women has worked tirelessly for justice for imen-US -en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USD

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PAGE 6, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 en-USWhistleblowing 2.0 en-USFrom the Pentagon Papers to Bradley Manning to PRISMen-USby Patrick McCurdyen-US This article was originally published by en-US the original at http://wagingnonviolence .. en-USorg/feature/whistleblowing-2-0-from-the-en-US pentagon-papers-to-bradley-manning-toprism/ .. en-USWith computer technician Edward en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US the whistleblower. These ongoing cases en-US also highlight the perennial plight of the en-US whistleblower along with the states enduren-US -en-US ing efforts to prosecute them as a means to en-US en-US Information has always been a battleen-US -en-US ground. But, in an age of networked comen-US -en-US munication, the whistleblowing game is en-US changing what information is leaked and en-US who has the opportunity to leak it. What en-US has changed little are the consequences for en-US those who dare to become whistleblowers.en-US en-US by the ascent of the information society. en-US en-US en-US en-US kind. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange en-US recently and accurately quipped that Faceen-US-en-US book was the most appalling spying maen-US-en-US en-US The information hungry security-state en-US cannot (yet) be run by computers alone. en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US gineers and others. These high tech trades en-US en-US-en-US ment. Instead, many are brought into the en-US fold in a neoliberal partnership where en-US work is contracted out to multimillion en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US-en-US formation. For example, while the U.S. en-US en-US en-US that .5 million U.S. military and cien-US-en-US en-US the source of the Cablegate diplomatic en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US en-US exceptional but typical of military work en-US in the network society.en-US Whistleblowing is no longer the sole doen-US -en-US en-US elites at the top of the information food en-US chain. Both Bradley Manning and Edward en-US en-US to their chain of command and security en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US In the age of Whistleblowing 2.0, not en-US en-US data is different too. Digital information en-US is promiscuous. In the bygone days of anen-US -en-US alog leaking, paper memos or photograph en-US en-US en-US leaks can still come in the form of deen-US -en-US tailed secret reports, they may also appear en-US as unwieldy datasets requiring specialised en-US computer and analytical skills to unpack en-US and interpret them. en-US As the Snowden case attests, leaks can en-US also be as banal as a PowerPoint presentaen-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US point where it can no longer pretend not en-US to know.en-US Aware of this fact, in 2008 the U.S. Army en-US Counterintelligence Center penned a clasen-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US-en-US tecting the anonymity and identity of the en-US insiders, leakers, or whistleblowers. The en-US en-US of employment of or legal actions against en-US current or former insiders, leakers, or en-US whistleblowers could damage or destroy en-US en-US from using Wikileaks.org to make such en-US information public.en-US en-US-en-US sage, denigrate the messenger. Indeed, en-US there has been no shortage of malicious en-US Bradley Manning Support Network:en-US en-USwww.bradleymanning.orgen-USGlenn Greenwald and The Guardianen-US en-US (where Snowdens leaks were initially published):en-USen-USThe Dissenter at FireDogLake.com: en-USen-USStatement by Julian Assange after One Year in Ecuadorian en-US Embassy: en-USen-USDemocracy Now! Whistleblower Special, July 4: en-US en-USWhistleblower Resourcesen-USWhistleblowers Kevin Gosztola, Thomas Drake, and en-US Jesselyn Radack at the Left Forumen-USen-USen-US gosztola-on-the-left-forum-panel/en-USSnowden Made the Right Call when He Fled the U.S.,en-US wen-USeditorial by Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg:en-US en-USen-US en-US 11e2-aef3-339619eab080_story.htmlen-USFlorida Whistleblower Act: en-USen-US blower_s_acten-US

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 7 en-USIn their own words:en-USen-US en-US likened Assange to a high tech terrorist. en-US State efforts to defame the messenger are en-US nothing new, and there are striking paren-US -en-US en-US-en-US thorised leak of the Pentagon Papers.en-US Like Manning and likely Snowden to en-US come, Daniel Ellsberg was charged under en-US en-US en-US en-US retribution in the Pentagon Papers case en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US thats all there is to it. Our people here en-US en-US en-US en-US-en-US yond the criminal courts and try Daniel en-US Ellsberg in the media, as an extract of a en-US en-US Henry Kissinger and U.S. Attorney Genen-US -en-US en-US en-US Ellsberg. Dont worry about his trial. en-US en-US en-US en-US it out, leak it out. We want to destroy him en-US in the press. Press. Is that clear?en-US en-US knew the information could not be discreden-US -en-US ited, so he had to discredit the messenger. en-US At minimum, character assassination must en-US also be anticipated. (In Assanges case, his en-US physical assassination was actually called en-US en-US -en-US ment workers, is premised on obedience. en-US en-US -en-US sage to any possible whistleblowers that en-US they could expect the full force of the law en-US if they followed their conscience instead of en-US en-US In the midst of the unfolding leaks maken-US -en-US ing headline news we must not lose sight en-US of symbolism laden in the public shamen-US -en-US ing and punishment of whistleblowers. en-US Mannings prosecution in the public eye, en-US en-US response to Edward Snowden, will no en-US en-US the seriousness of betraying state secrets. en-US It is not only Bradley Manning who is on en-US en-US-en-US en-US not seeking the death penalty in its charge en-US The court martial of PFC Bradley Manning en-US en-US years after his initial arrest in May 2010, and is still ongoing as of press time .. During en-USthe time of his incarceration, Manning, en-US the 25-year-old Army intelligence analyst en-US en-US material to WikiLeaks, was charged with en-US 22 offenses and has been prosecuted to en-US the fullest extent of the law and beyond for en-US his dedication to transparency and truth in government .. Below is an excerpt from en-UStestimony he gave before the judge at his en-US arraignment in February; the testimony was en-US transcribed by the Bradley Manning Support en-US www .. bradleymanning .. or g/news/bradleyen-USmannings-statement-taking-responsibilityfor-releasing-documents-to-wikileaks .. en-USen-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US ghanistan. I felt that we were risking so en-US much for people that seemed unwilling to en-US cooperate with us, leading to frustration en-US en-US I began to become depressed with the en-US en-US mired in. The SigActs documented this in en-US en-US we were seeing on the ground. In attempten-US-en-US ing to conduct counter-terrorism or CT en-US en-US we became obsessed with capturing and en-US killing human targets on lists and on been-US-en-US en-US en-US second and third order effects of accomen-US -en-US plishing short-term goals and missions.en-US en-US-en-US pecially the American public, had access en-US to the information contained within the en-US en-US spark a domestic debate on the role of the en-US military and our foreign policy in general en-US as it related to Iraq and Afghanistan.en-US en-US en-US different sectors of society might cause en-US en-US en-US -en-US terrorism and counterinsurgency operaen-US -en-US tions that ignore the complex dynamics en-US en-US -en-US en-USDen-USEdward Snowden came forward in June en-US as the man who leaked details about the en-US en-US surveillance of Americans, foreign en-US governments and individuals around the world .. As of press time, he remained in the en-USMoscow airport, where he has been since June 23 .. Snowden was offered asylum in en-US and Russa .. On July 12, he released a statement accepting all offers of asylum .. An excerpt of his statement is below .. Read the full statement on CommonDreams .. org at http://www .. commondr eams .. or g/ en-USen-US en-US en-US -en-US ternational duties which transcend the naen-US -en-US tional obligations of obedience. Therefore en-US en-US en-US peace and humanity from occurring.en-US en-US and began a campaign to correct this en-US wrongdoing. I did not seek to enrich myen-US -en-US self. I did not seek to sell US secrets. I did en-US en-US guarantee my safety. Instead, I took what I en-US knew to the public, so what affects all of us en-US can be discussed by all of us in the light of en-US day, and I asked the world for justice.en-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US example of me, a warning to all others en-US en-US been made stateless and hounded for my en-US act of political expression. The United en-US en-US en-US me outside of the framework of its laws, en-US en-US en-US It has threatened with sanctions counen-US -en-US tries who would stand up for my human en-US en-US en-US -en-US dering military allies to ground a Latin en-US American presidents plane in search for en-US a political refugee. en-US These dangerous escalations represent a en-US threat not just to the dignity of Latin Ameren-US -en-US en-US en-US -en-US secution, and to seek and enjoy asylum.en-US en-USDen-USBradley Manningen-US Edward Snowdenen-USSee WHISTLEBLOWING, p. 20

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PAGE 8, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 en-USen-US among the LGBTQ youth population is disproportionate comen-US-en-US pared to its heterosexual counterparts. en-US Statistics in urban areas of the United States report that about 10 en-US en-US en-US is there such a disparity? en-US Many families will not accept an LGBTQ youth, and the youths en-US en-US-en-US port that LGBTQ youth are more likely to experience sexual, en-US physical, and emotional abuse. en-US en-US They face humiliation and discrimination from the places that en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US en-US of 13 to 18 per year. en-US What can be done to help this population? en-US en-US en-US Summer Summit. en-US en-US Board of Directors saw a need in the LGBTQ youth populatiop en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USDen-USPFLAG Summer Summit en-USSecond store en-US aten-US en-US Quality Dental Care JEFF R. MATILSKY, D.M.D. 1110 NW 8th Ave., Suite A Gainesville, FL 32601 (352)376-4637 Fax: (352)373-2268 www.jeffmatilsky.com Jean Chalmers en-USCRS, GRI, REALTORen-USen-USBROKER-ASSOCIATEen-US SENIOR VICE PRESIDENTen-USMobile: (352) 538-4256en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US www.ElwoodRealtyServices.com

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 9 Poetry Jam, 9pm en-USJudi Bari & Darryl Cherney, the Earth First! and IWW members who suren-US -en-US Fri, July 26 CMC Art and Rummage Sale for ArtWalk, 6pm to 9pm Music Show with Die Hoffnung (Local Punk Band) & Julie Karr, Doors at en-US9pm en-USen-US en-US6pm en-US-en-US en-US en-USBay, the largest & most famous torrent site and its founders who faced a en-US en-USRingo together and apart, concerts, promos and unreleased treasures, 8pm en-USZeke, 6pm en-UShomeless populations in the United States and the means by which residents en-US en-USen-US milks, 10am en-USen-US of a hate crime which culminates in their murder and that of two other inen-US-en-US Mon, Aug. 19 Searching for Sugarman, two fans attempt to track down Sixto Rodri en-US-en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US Sat, Aug. 31 Bang Bang Suckas Hip Hop Show, 9pm en-USWE ARE ALL TRAYVONen-USFor local action regarding en-US the Trayvon Martin verdict:en-US http://www.Facebook.com/en-US occupygainesvilleen-US 433 S. Main Street (352) 373-0010 en-USwww.civicmediacenter.org Parking just to the south at SE 5th Ave .. (see sign) or after 7 p .. m .. at the courthouse (just north of 4th Ave .. ) en-US Check website for details and additional events .. en-USCivic Media Center events July/August 2013

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PAGE 10, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 Notice to readers: If there is inaccu en-US-en-US rate information in this list, please let en-US us know. If you are connected to an en-US organization listed here, please check en-US and update so others can be accurately en-US informed about your contact informaen-US -en-US tion. Thank you.en-US Art Laben-US is a group for artists who are en-US continually expanding their skills and en-US knowledge. Comprised of makers from en-US en-US range of mediums from forged iron to spun en-US wool to graphic design. We hold technique en-US workshops, artist talks and critiques, en-US professional practices meetings and critical en-US en-US en-US Alachua County Labor Party en-US meets en-US monthly and organizes to support local en-US en-US en-US care. Annual memberships are $20/en-US year. Please contact us to join or for the en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Aen-USmerican Civil Liberties Unionen-US en-US Currently no local chapter. For info on en-US forming new chapter, or ACLU info, en-US en-US en-US Amnesty International en-USUF campus en-US chapter of worldwide human rights en-US en-US en-US Citizens Climate Lobbyen-USen-US en-US en-US a stable climate. Meetings are the en-US en-US usually at the downtown library's en-US en-US en-US gmail.comen-US Civic Media Center en-USen-US room and library of the non-corporate en-US press, and a resource and space for en-US en-US en-US The Coalition of Hispanics Integrating en-US Spanish Speakers through Advocacy en-US and Service (CHISPAS) en-USStudent-run en-US group at UF. www.chispasuf.orgen-US Code Pink: Women for Peaceen-US Women-en-US led grassroots peace and social justice en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Conservation Trust for Florida, Inc. en-US en-US Floridas rural landscapes, wildlife en-US en-US en-US Democratic Party of Alachua County en-US Meetings are held the second Wednesday en-US en-US auditorium of the County Administration en-US en-US en-US en-US orgen-US Edible Plant Projecten-USen-US en-US food-producing plants. 561-236-2262 en-US www.EdiblePlantProject.org.en-US Families Against Mandatory en-US Minimumsen-US Work to reform Florida's en-US sentencing laws and restore fairness to en-US Florida's criminal justice system. PO en-US en-US en-US The Fine Printen-US An independent, critically en-US thinking outlet for political, social and en-US en-US en-US en-US Florida School of Traditional Midwiferyen-US en-US en-US en-US www.midwiferyschool.orgen-US Florida Defenders of the Environmenten-US en-US An organization dedicated to restoring en-US en-US en-US FlaDefenders.orgen-US Gainesville Area AIDS Projecten-US en-US toiletries and household cleaners at no en-US en-US meals and limited frozen food are also en-US en-US en-US Open Tuesdays 10-1 and last Friday of en-US en-US Gainesville Citizens for Alternatives to en-US the Death Penaltyen-US concerned people in the en-US en-US the death penalty in Florida. Participate in en-US en-US en-US Church and Catholic Student Center en-US en-US en-US www.fadp.org.en-US Gainesville Food Not Bombs en-US is the local en-US en-US worldwide who prepare and share free, en-US en-US meals, made from local surplus, with en-US all who are hungry. Meals are at 3 p.m. en-US en-US Plaza. Prep starts at 11 am. Get in touch en-US en-US riseup.net. www.facebook.com/#!/en-US en-US Gainesville Interfaith Alliance for en-US Immigrant Justice (IAIJ)en-US meets en-US en-US issues and ways to bring political en-US education to the community through en-US en-US en-US en-US Gainesville Loves Mountains en-USworks en-US in partnership with Appalachian en-US communities to end mountaintop en-US en-US prosperous economy and sustainable en-US future for the region and its people. We en-US en-US community can take toward a stronger en-US economy, better jobs, and a healthier en-US en-US We are also building a campaign for en-US a local ordinance requiring all rental en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 2928en-US Gainesville Womens Liberation en-US The en-US en-US South, formed in 1968, the organization is en-US en-US WomensLiberation.orgen-US Graduate Assistants United en-US Union en-US that represents all UF grad assistants by en-US en-US en-US en-US org, www.ufgau.org en-USIguanaen-US Directory en-US

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 11 en-USGreen Partyen-US Part of worldwide en-US en-US interrelated social pillars, which support en-US en-US en-US en-US Grow Radioen-USen-US en-US community members to create and en-US manage unique, engaging, educational, en-US locally-generated programming to en-US en-US humanities for the enrichment of, but not en-US en-US www.growradio.org. PO Box 13891, en-US en-US en-US Harvest of Hope Foundationen-US en-US en-US en-US farm workers around the country. www.en-US en-US cox.net.en-US Home Vanen-US A mobile soup kitchen that en-US goes out to homeless areas twice a week en-US with food and other necessities of life, en-US en-US operated by Citizens for Social Justice. en-US en-US Industrial Workers of the Worlden-US Local en-US union organizing all workers. Meetings are en-US en-US en-US en-US Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant en-US Justice en-US organizes faith communities to en-US work together for immigrant justice. en-US Meets 2nd Mondays at 6 p.m. at La en-US en-US en-US en-US International Socialist Organizationen-US en-US Organization committed to building a left en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Kindred Sistersen-US Lesbian/feminist en-US en-US en-US www.kindredsisters.org.en-US Long-Term Care Ombudsman en-US Program en-US en-US en-US of elders in nursing homes, assisted en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US MindFreedom North Floridaen-US Human en-US en-US mental health consumers. 352-328-2511.en-US National Alliance on Mental Illness en-US (NAMI)en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US National Lawyers Guild en-USLawyers, law en-US students, legal workers and jailhouse en-US en-US en-US en-US or www.nlg.orgen-US National Organization for Womenen-US en-US Gainesville Area en-US en-US en-US en-US 1912. en-US Occupy Gainesville en-US is about engaging en-US the people of our community in en-US grassroots, participatory democracy. We en-US en-US in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street en-US en-US peacefully occupying public space across en-US this county and the rest of the world. en-US en-US en-US Planned Parenthood Clinicen-USen-US en-US en-US and free pregnancy testing daily from en-US en-US en-US Pride Community Center of North en-US Central Floridaen-US Resources for the gay/en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Protect Gainesville Citizensen-US en-US Groupen-US en-US en-US residents with accurate and comprehenen-US-en-US sible information about the Cabot/Kopen-US-en-US en-US en-US River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US www. cemterforpeacebuilding.org. 2603 en-US en-US Sierra Cluben-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Sister City Program of Gainesvilleen-US links en-US en-US Israel and Palestine, Iraq, and Haiti. Meets en-US en-US p.m. at the Mennonite Meeting House, en-US en-US en-US en-US Student/Farmworker Allianceen-US A en-US network of youth organizing with en-US farmworkers to eliminate sweatshop en-US en-US en-US en-US Alliance.en-US Students for a Democratic Societyen-US en-US Multi-issue student and youth organization en-US working to build power in our schools en-US en-US en-US on the UF campus.en-US UF Pride Student Union en-US Group of gay, en-US lesbian, bi and straight students & non-en-US en-US en-US United Faculty of Florida Unionen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US www.UFF-UF.org. en-US United Nations Association, Gainesville en-US Florida Chapter. en-USOur purpose is en-US to heighten citizen awareness and en-US knowledge of global problems and the en-US en-US en-US United Way Information and Referral. en-US Human-staffed computer database for en-US resources and organizations in Alachua en-US en-US Veterans for Peaceen-US Anti-war organization en-US that works to raise awareness of the en-US detriments of militarism and war as well en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US WGOT 94.7 LP-FMen-US Community low-en-US en-US en-US en-US www.wgot.org.

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! CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm. !! Open Poetry at Civic Media Center, 433 S. Main St, 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.Zine Workday, CMC, noon pm every Weds.Downtown Farmers Market every Wed, Dntn Plaza, 4-7 pm; !Edible Plant Project, 2nd Weds.Move to Amend meets, Pride Ctr, 6 pm, every Wednesday.Humanists meet, UUFG, 4225 NW 34th St, 7 pm. ! CMC Volunteers meet !! every Thursday, 5:30 pm.Gville Poets & Writers meet Tuesdays at Books A Million, 2601 NW 13th St, 6:30 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 readers & listeners.Col. Bruce Hampton & Captain Lovely in concert at High Dive; doors open 9 pm. !! Dolphinbreth workshop, !! River Phoenix Ctr for Peacebuilding, 2603 NW 13th St, #375; 9:30 am; $65-100: 352-2346595, centerforpeacebuilding.org.Moyers & Company on WUFTTV, Sundays, 1 pm.Fla Coalition for Peace & Justice weekly potluck & ecovillage tour, 4 pm: fcpj.org.\16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 August 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17Sunday Domingo Monday Lunes Tuesday Martes Wednesday Miercoles Thursday Jueves Friday Viernes Saturday Sabado Radio Notes: Find schedules for WUFT, WGOT, and Grow Radio, our local non-corporate stations, at www.s wuft.org, wgot.org, & growradio.org respectively. WGOT is a part-time over-the-air broadcast; and like Grow radio is streamed on the internet. More info on local independent radio on pg 21. On the music side of things, those on the east side or with antennas might appreciate the music on Jacksonvilles public radio station at 89.9 FM, ranging from acoustic to electronic, jazz and blues, in an eclectic and pleasant mix in the evenings and night. 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! JulyAugust JulioAgosto! Alachua County Comm meets see 7/23. IWW meets 1st Sundays, CMC, 6 pm, Womens Movie Night, 1st Sundays, 7 pm, Pride Ctr, 3131 NW 13th St. !! Lost Angels: Skid Row Is My Home, documentary on homeless in Los Angeles; CMC, 7 pm. !! The Brandon Teena Story, !! documentary of transgender youth (basis of lm Girls Dont Cry) CMC, 7 pm. CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm.Green Drinks Meets Cinema Verde lm tba, Oaks 4 Plaza, 6 pm.Civil War movie tba, Matheson Museum, 513 E. Univ Ave, 7 pm. Open Poetry at CMC, 9 pm. !! March on Washington for jobs !! & freedom: see pg 2.An Evening with Marilu Henner, Fine Arts Hall, Santa Fe College NW, 7:30 pm (ticket price tba).Radical Press benet, CMC, 9 pm. !! Civil War Symposium, !! Matheson Museum, 6 pm.DEC meets, County Commission meeting room, 2nd Weds, 7 pm.Consensus is Awesome workshop led by Lars Din, CMC, 7 pm.Diabolique at The Wooly, 20 N. Main St, $3, 8 pm; pg 9. NASA expert Peter Chitko on space history & current projects, downtown library, 6 pm.Veterans for Peace meet, 7 pm: call 352-375-2563 for directions. Uncle Mortys Rhythm !! Cream at Free Friday concert, Bo Diddley Downtown Plaza, 8 pm see pg 17.David Russell at Lightnin Salvage.Nook & Cranny, Wild Shiners, & others at The Atlantic. Christians & Muslims read Koran together, Emmanuel Mennonite Meeting House, 1236 NW 18th Ave, 10 am, 2nd & 4th Saturdays.Feminist Brunch & CR, 11 am, women only: 256-3127.Hyde & Zekes Thank You & Closing Sale, 420 NW 10 Ave, 11 am-6 pm (1-6 pm Sundays) thru 8/4 see pg 18.Religulous presented by Humanist Soc of Gvl, CMC, 6 pm (w/ potluck).Trail of the Skunk Ape, Fla Museum of Natural History, 7 pm.20! PFLAG Summer Summit !! workshop on homeless LGBTQ youth 2142 Shealy Dr, 9 am-4 pm: paggainesville.org; pg 8.Civil War mini-reenactment, Matheson Museum, 10 am; free. !! Stonewall Democrats, !! 901 NW 8th Ave, 6 pm.Fantastic Planet, The Wooly, 8 pm.Political folksinger Bryan McPherson at Looseys, 9 pm. CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm. ! Sierra Club meets at UUFG, 7:30 pm: see ssjsierra.org.Open Poetry, Thursdays at CMC, 9 pm.AVOSB (Japan), Alien Summer estrogen punk at High Dive. !! Critical Mass Bike Ride, 5:30 !! pm, UF Plaza of Americas.Gay Movie Night last Fridays, Pride Ctr, 3131 NW 13th St, $2, 7:30 pm.Artwalk all over town & especially down at S. Main arts & culture center, 7 pm; CMC Art & Rummage Sale.An Trir at Free Friday concert, Bo Diddley Plaza, 8 pm; pg 17.Die Hoffnung & Julie Karr, 9 pm, CMC.No Fraud, The Post Teens, & others at The Atlantic, 10 pm. Transgender Movie Night, 2nd Fridays, 7 pm, Pride Center.12 Angry Jurors opens at Acrosstown Rep, runs thru 8/25; 8 pm.Chris McCarthy, Free Friday concert, Bo Diddley Plaza, 8 pm. !! Alachua County !! Comm meets, 2nd & 4th Tues, 9 am & 5 pm, County Admin Bldg; citizens comment, 9:30 am & 5:30 pm.Free HIV testing, 4th Tuesdays, CMC, 6:30 pm. !! Artifacts Extraordinary & !! Exquisite exhibit at Thomas Ctr, 306 NE 6th Ave, thru 9/28.Hands Around Castillo San Marcos AIM protest in St. Augustine, 3 pm: oridaaim@aol.com.Who Bombed Judi Bari?, CMC, 7 pm.M-S-N-R-A & others in concert at the Atlantic pm. For more events, event details, and irregularly updated calendar entries, see www.gainesvilleiguana.org/calendar. County Farmers Mkt on N 441 by Hwy Patrol Tues/ Thurs/Sat, 8 amnoon. Morning Yoga, 9 am at CMC, 433 S. Main St, every Tuesday.School Board meets 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 620 E Univ Ave, 6 pm: see sbac.edu.Citizens Climate Lobby meets, dntn library, 6:30 pm.PFLAG meets, United Church, 7 pm. !! TPB AFK: The Pirates Bay !! Away From Keyboard documentary on European le-sharing project members arrested and jailed; CMC, 7 pm. Fla Ecology & Megatrends at Tower Rd Library, 3020 SW 75th St, 2 pm.Veg For Life vegan potluck, UUFG, $1+veg dish, 1st Sats, 6:30 pm. Charlie Scales Memorial potluck & music jam: CMC, 7 pmmidnight; see pg 18. !! Stonewall Democrats, !! 901 NW 8th Ave, 6 pm, 4th Wednesdays.Interkosmos, The Wooly, $3, 8 pm; pg 9. Keep up with the CMC at www.civicmediacenter.org for events created after this calendar was printed, and into the future (also see pg 9). 20 18 24 22 19 23 21!! Searching for Sugarman, !! Oscar-nominated documentary on search for obscure Detroit singer who became famous in South Africa; cohosted & co-benet for WGOT low-power FM radio; CMC, 7 pm. !! Humanists meet, UUFG, !! 4225 NW 34th St, 7 pm.Intervention Skills Workshop, CMC, 7 pm. !! Girls Rock & Roll Camp !!! Showcase, 1982 (919 W. Univ Ave) early show, check Scene for time. FULL MOON !! If you appreciate this !! calendar, please consider supporting the Ig with a donation &/or subscription: PO Box 14712, Gainesville FL 32604. Please support Citizens Co-op, a growing community resource. Shop Co-op rst & keep your $$$ local! (see pg 2) IGUANA Deadline for Sept issue is Aug 30th; write gainesvilleiguana@cox.net or call 378-5655 with events, updates, advertisements & info. !! Critical Mass see 7/26. !! Gay Movie Night see 7/26. Artwalk see 7/26. Crooked Counsel rocks Bo Diddley Plaza Free Friday concert, 8 pm. !! Naked Lunch presented by !! Radical Press, CMC, 7 pm.Performance Night for all-woman band roulette competition, all to benet Girls Rock Camp: Boca Fiesta backyard, 8 pm: www.girlsrockcampgainesville.com Acrosstown Rep Season Gala: The Wooly, 20 N. Main St, 7 pm.Little Mike & the Tornados, Free Friday concert, Bo Diddley Plaza, 8 pm; ad, pg 17.Toga-oke toga party/karaoke fundraiser for Gville Roller Rebels, High Dive, 9 pm, $5.magnet magnet !! Wild Iris Feminist !! Open Mic Night, CMC Courtyard, 7 pm.Beatles Night, rare footage of Fab 4 solo & collectively, CMC, 8 pm; see pg 17.Medicare birthday, dntn farmers market, 4-7 pm; pg 16. CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm. !! Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm. Whether here or anywhere: please support live music! !! Sierra Club meets at Poe !! Springs, 11 am pm; pg 22.Alternative Radio by David Barsamian airs Saturdays on WGOT, 4 pm.Farm to Table Dinner fundraising banquet for barn-raising, Seven Stars Farm, Melrose, 5:30 pm, $65 farmtotablejuly20.eventbrite.com.Creature of the Black Lagoon, Fla Museum of Natural History, 7 pm.Benet Singles Auction, Boca, 9 pm. !! CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm.!! Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm. ! Tom Shed plays folk & country !! at the Bo Diddley Plaza for Free Friday series, 8 pm; pg 17. 26 29 28 31 25 27 30!! Charlie Scales Memorial !! at Sandys Place, 4001 NW 34th St, 81 pm; see pg 18. ! Irie Ones play reggae at Bo !! Diddley Plaza for Free Friday series, 8 pm. CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm. ! Open Poetry at CMC, 9 pm. !! Swamp City Sirens vs Psycho !! City, 6:30 pm, see gainesvillerollerrebels.com.Bang Bang Suckas Hip Hop Show, CMC, 9 pm. FULL MOON! School Board, 6 pm.!! PFLAG 3rd-Tuesday meeting at United Church, 1624 NW 5th Ave, 7 pm.Greens meet, CMC, 7 pm. !! Chasing Ice, amazing doc on !! glacier melt: CMC, 7 pm. There will doubtless be events scheduled that arent on this calendar at press time: check various websites and listings, and support events in our wonderfully active community. Alachua County Comm meets; see 7/23.Alachua County Labor Party meets: 6:30 pm, ACEA Hall; info, 375-2832.Free HIV testing, 4th Tuesdays, CMC, 6:30 pm.Wild Iris Feminist Open Mic Night, CMC Courtyard, 7 pm. School Board, 6 pm. !! Radical Press movie tba, !! CMC, 7 pm.Sept 1! Labor Daze at downtown plaza: music, food info see pg 1.1862: Ida B. Wells born. 1911: Ginger Rogers born. 1918: Nelson Mandela born. 1979: John Glenn born. 1809: Edgar Allan Poe born. 1821: Florida ceded by Spain to US. 1783: Simon Bolivar born. 2010: Wikileaks releases 90,000 documents of US war on Afghanistan. 1932: Bonus Marchers evicted. 1972: US Supreme Court finds death penalty unconstitutional. 1818: Emily Bront born. 1792: Percy Shelley born. 1901: Louis Armstrong born. 1955: Carmen Miranda dies. 1962: Marilyn Monroe dies. 1945: US A-bombs Hiroshima. 1945: US A-bombs Nagasaki. 1833: Robert Ingersoll born. 1961: East Germany begins Berlin Wall construction. 1818: Lucy Stone born. 1938: Robert Johnson dies. 1977: Elvis Presley dies. 1958: Hawaii becomes state. 1814: Dolley Madison evacuates White House. 1941: Barbara Ehrenreich born. 1915: Ingrid Bergman born. 1982: Ingrid Bergman dies.

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PAGE 14, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 Transcript edited by Pierce Butler en-USen-US of transcript excerpts from the collection en-US of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Proen-USgram at the University of Florida .. Dr .. Sue M .. Legg was intervi ewed by en-USStuart Landers [L] in 1992; bracketed interpolations are by SPOHP .. en-USL: When and where were you born?en-US en-US There was a big dock in Richmond. It en-US used to be a whaling station. Then in the en-US Second World War the Kaiser Aluminum en-US Company built the Minute Men ships en-US there. Those ships brought in enormous en-US numbers of semiskilled and unskilled laen-US-en-US bor, both black and white. Richmond went en-US from essentially a Standard Oil company en-US en-US think under 20,000) to a town of around en-US 100,000 in about three years.en-US en-US and they hit the school system about the en-US same time I hit the school system. For en-US that reason, Richmond was integrated en-US not residentially, but through the schools en-US right after the war. en-US L: You went to college.en-US en-US home. Then the second year I pledged a en-US sorority, because that was the only way en-US en-US en-US culturally, of what it was like and then en-US en-US later. We, the girls, were pretty sheltered. en-US en-US Sears store and not much else, so I knew en-US right away that I was not in Berkeley anyen-US -en-US en-US Collins that got us here, and that was how en-US you rationalized your reason for coming en-US en-US en-US en-US Farris had come here from Alabama, and en-US en-US en-US -en-US ticipated in the faculty demonstrations en-US en-US Alabama. Pat recruited me.en-US en-US-en-US en-US registered for school. We would go out en-US in our cars and pick up mothers and their en-US children. There were all these problems en-US associated with getting low-income kids en-US into school, like they had to get their shots en-US en-US en-US were rather large things for families to en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US L: Racial tension in Gainesville had en-US been rising steadily throughout late en-US 1967.en-US en-US that. The feeling of real frustration that en-US en-US en-US -en-US intendent, was going to take care of his en-US constituency, which was not the black en-US community, at the expense of the black en-US community. To do that, plans were made en-US to close the schools that were easy to inen-US -en-US tegrate, like A. Quinn Jones and Sidney en-US Lanier and those kinds of schools.en-US L: The black [schools].en-US Or the white schools that were on the boren-US -en-US der line of the black areas. They would be en-US easy to integrate because both whites and en-US blacks could go to school there, so they en-US were just going to be made into special-en-US en-US kind of stuff.en-US en-US-en-US en-US ones to do it. That was wrong as far as we en-US en-US consequences for the town in the long run.en-US L: How did the commission react?en-US My impression at the time was that they en-US were pretty desperate. There was real en-US concern by responsible people, regardless en-US of their racial attitudes, that the town was en-US going to come apart. They were looking en-US for any idea that could possibly be accepten-US -en-US able to both sides. They actually did fund en-US some token stuff. But at the time, that en-US they would do anything was amazing.en-US L: So you felt that this was a success?en-US en-US as a way to make people in the black en-US en-US en-US en-US impact that helped defuse some of that en-US en-US en-US en-US L: A lot of black women were members en-US of GWER. Do you recall any that were en-US especially active?en-US en-US course, Cora Roberson. She ran for city en-US en-US en-US en-US Ann McGhee was the one who tried to en-US pull me off the street when I was arrested.en-US L: That was April 7, 1968.en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US ganizations, and if they are going to work, it en-US is going to take the right personalities at the en-US right time. King was one of those people. en-US The impact of his death seconding. Kenen-US en-USnedys death was kind of this whole notion en-US of the end of hope. When that happened, we en-US had the demonstration downtown. It was a en-US march in honor of King. There was nothing en-US en-USHistory and the people who make it: Sue Legg

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 15 en-USL: It was purely memorial.en-US en-US Joness mind and a few other people. I en-US knew nothing about that ahead of time. en-US en-US her to participate in what was to be a en-US symbolic sit-down downtown. I do not en-US remember the street.en-US en-US All right, Pat, I will do this, but on the en-US en-US afterwards about what the point is, because en-US we are not going to accomplish anything en-US by this. en-US en-US and it will be broken up immediately, and en-US that will be the end of it.en-US Well, that is not what happened at all. en-US en-US-en-US en-US police were all waiting for this thing to en-US happen. We got out into the street, and we en-US were not out there more than two minutes en-US when the police cars came. They literally en-US dragged us into the cars. We were treated en-US en-US was not beaten, but these policemen were en-US loaded for bear. We went squealing off en-US to the police station so fast it was lucky en-US we did not get into an accident. It was not en-US en-US guy was in a hurry. That was the intensity en-US and the emotion about it all.en-US Ann McGhee said, Sue, dont do this, en-US and she was trying to drag me off the en-US en-US do it. It is a symbolic thing. Do not worry en-US about it. Of course, right at that moment en-US the police came.en-US L: Did you go to trial?en-US en-US L: Had you been very active in peoples en-US campaigns?en-US Yes. GWER had a group of us. Shirley en-US Conroy, Joan Henry, Pat Farris, Jean en-US Chalmers, and I were the core group that en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US and raised money and wrote letters and en-US did all of those things.en-US en-US-en-US en-US children that had to go into these schools, en-US and we wanted these schools to be a lot en-US better than they were. We certainly did en-US not want them full of a lot of racial tenen-US-en-US en-US this was where we were going to raise our en-US families.en-US en-US -en-US ough in our homework. en-US en-US en-US-en-US lahassee for the welfare reform lobbying en-US en-US do a presentation. Jean did that. She sat en-US down at the table with the others, and the en-US men there clearly were uncomfortable en-US and almost at the point of contempt. By en-US en-US en-US us in a number of situations...en-US I cannot remember a time when we were en-US caught off guard by someone being able en-US to tell us that we were misinformed. Mayen-US-en-US be there were times, but I cannot rememen-US -en-US en-US-en-US fortable because when there would be en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US When you get a couple hundred people en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US ple would make statements that we could en-US refute. People just were not used to that-en-US informed a community group.en-US A full transcript of this interview en-US UF00093318/00001 .. en-USThe Samuel Proctor Oral History en-US Program believes that listening carefully en-US en-US way we understand history, from scholarly questions to public policy .. SPOHP needs en-USthe publics help to sustain and build en-US upon its research, teaching, and service en-US missions: even small donations can make en-US a big difference in SPOHPs ability to en-US gather, preserve, and promote history for future generations .. en-US oral/support .. html or make checks to en-US SPOHP, and mail to   PO Box 115215, en-USen-USDen-UStown. We were asked to do one on school en-US integration.en-US I read a statement on the air that the exen-US -en-US en-US written, and that had to do with the feasien-US-en-US en-US of the schools. en-US What we were concerned about was if you en-US en-US -en-US ing into the black areas of town and a few en-US black students integrated into the whites, en-US you were going to disrupt housing. You en-US en-US from those areas that were going to be inen-US -en-US tegrated on the east side of town, and the en-US whole town was going to end up going en-US north, which is exactly what happened. en-US en-US was a small town. Bussing was no big en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US in one school as in another. So I thought en-US it was better to balance things out as well en-US as we could.en-US L: So in the mid 1970s you are back in en-US school, and the Gainesville Women for en-US Equal Rights seems to be sort of falling en-US apart.en-US Jean went back to college. Others went en-US to work. I did both. The thing that bound en-US us together the school integration was en-US en-US then were things like, in some of the ruen-US -en-US ral schools they painted a stripe down en-US en-US a black side of the hall and a white side. en-US There was asinine stuff like that going on. en-US But it was not the kind of thing for an oren-US -en-US ganization to deal with.en-US L: How would you judge what GWER en-US accomplished, looking back on it now?en-US It is wrong to think that the organization en-US en-US created because of the need of the time, en-US en-US en-US-en-US pened if there had not been a GWER, but en-US I like to think that we kept some commuen-US -en-US nication open and helped defuse at least en-US some tension.en-US en-US

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PAGE 16, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 en-USWild Iris is Open!en-US22 SE 5th Avenue, Suite Den-US Gainesvilleen-US Hours: TuesdaySaturday, 1p.m.en-USCash Only for a Short Time en-US (though you can use the computer in the store to en-US order online with a debit or credit card while you en-US chat with us if you need!) en-USby Richard Fowleren-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US Corizon   is the nations leader in correctional health care solu en-US-en-US tions. In reality, this Tennessee-based company has a disturben-US   en-USen-US en-US the states penitentiaries.en-US   en-USen-US nal   healthcare   system. This deal is slated to be the largest outsourc en-USing of prison   medical care in the nation, coming in at $230 million. en-USen-US direct control of the health care of thousands of Florida inmates. Corizon   Inc. is   responsible for negligent actions in the death of en-UStwo inmates in Kentucky. In Idaho, a separate inquiry shows that en-US Corizon was responsible for the inhumane treatment of prisonen-US-en-US ers. In Philadelphia, it was found that the company was using a en-US sham contractor to run the prisons in the city.en-US en-US this company to do business with the state of Florida. Or peren-US -en-US en-USThe prison industrial complex gets another break in Floridaen-USen-US industry for his reelection campaign?en-US This is another clear example of Republican fraud, waste and en-US en-US will gut state prison employees in exchange for a company with en-US a horrible history of abusing prisoners, committing fraudulent en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USDen-USen-USImprove and expand it for the rest of usen-USby Just Health Care, Alachua County Labor Partyen-US On July 30, 1965, the U.S. passed Medicare, which guarantees access to health insurance for Americans aged 65 and older and en-US en-US en-US The Affordable Care Act, Obamacare, is supposed to take care of our medical needs. Since it is administered through a multitude en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US but problems are emerging. The Health Care Exchanges to be established for those without other insurance are so complicated that people en-US en-US granted an extra year to work out how to do it.en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US premiums, deductibles or co-payments. en-US   en-USen-US and not a commodity.en-US en-US en-USD

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 17 en-USThe event will be free and held on the UF campus (most likely en-US OConnell Center) More details will be posted on the Civic Media Center website at www .. civicmediacenter .. or g .. Photo by John Soares .. Noam Chomsky to speak Oct. 16 en-USEditorial boards picks for en-US reading, perusingen-USLocal attorney & Occupy activist Geoffrey Masons online en-US articles about Floridas junior senator not a pretty picture:en-US en-US Geoffs Occupy Gainesville contributions provide a handy en-US running update on multiple political developments highly en-US recommended:en-US en-US Supreme Court makes history: Two steps forward, one step en-US back by Amy Goodman:en-US en-US history_two_steps_forward_one_step_back_20130626/.en-US Even Republicans Admit It: Politics Did Not Drive the IRS en-US Tea Party Scandal:en-US en-US

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PAGE 18, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 By Bob McPeek en-USen-US en-US and unexpectedly at the far-too-early age of 59.en-US Known to many as the owner of Hyde and Zeke Records, Chaz en-US en-US forms. His passion for and knowledge of music were a gift to en-US en-US en-US-en-US ommendations helped shape the music tastes of two generations.en-US Chaz came from a military family, with a high ranking career en-US en-US en-US en-US his considerable talents to music, following the destiny imen-US -en-US plied in his surname Scales.en-US en-US his long time friend, former Hyde and Zeke cohort, and one time en-US en-US of a solo and worked his way to the end and the beginning at the en-US same time. Totally unpredictable, but always brilliant.en-US Chaz succeeded Gary as the lead guitarist of the popular late en-US en-US-en-US ager of Hyde and Zekes (which I founded with my friend Ric en-US en-US multiple genres and his amiable enthusiasm made him a natural en-US hire. He was hands down the premier guitarist on a staff full en-US of guitar players, some quite accomplished musicians (one emen-US-en-US ployee, J.D. Foster, later played with Dwight Yoakam for years).en-US Chaz stepped in to rescue Hyde and Zekes from the ruins left by en-US the stores second owner, who locked the doors and took all the en-US records home one day without a word to the staff. Chaz nurtured en-US the business back to health, keeping the store going as the Interen-US -en-US en-US time to play in an astonishing list of bands and to make a great en-US family with his wife Jan and two kids (now grown).en-US en-US playing than I can remember, but a short list includes the Jane en-US Yii Band, Legal Tender, Ten Feet Tall, Gonzo Gators, Root en-US en-US Was, and Couch Messiahs. Messiah bandmate Mick Marino en-US en-US en-US-en-US ways up for playing, on time, prepared, with a sweet spirit. He en-US en-US soon.en-US Bill Perry, also a Hyde and Zeke hire from the early 1980s, conen-US-en-US en-US en-US knew the side of Chaz that few others outside his immediate en-US family glimpsed. He was so smart he could do anything, from en-US en-US hed take a walk away from work and come back with a handful en-US en-US Only a few knew that that big heart beating inside Chazs chest en-US was a source of concern. Following doctors recommendations en-US en-US stayed rail thin, and exercised religiously.en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US most fun in the world smile.en-US So long, Chaz, we wont forget you. Ric Kaestner says to tell en-US en-USDen-USRemembering Charlie Chaz Scales en-USMemorial shows for Charlie Scalesen-USThere will be two memorial shows for Charlie Scales; en-US open en-US to all who knew him, cared for him, or who simply en-US want to pay respect to this Gainesville music legend. en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US bring food and drink to share, and lend your words and en-US musical talents to the evening There will also be a close en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USPhoto by Michael Marino

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 19 en-USby James Ingleen-US en-US lost a long time ally. en-US en-US en-US and ally. Matthew Christopher Marsh en-US worked tirelessly for decades in the en-US en-US trying to make things better for others. en-US He did this quietly, without public en-US recognition or fanfare. en-US en-US en-US dedicated his career to the Social Security en-US Administration, where, as a Claims en-US en-US en-US me stories of tracking down rural families en-US in Appalachia making sure they got the en-US en-US en-US in tireless and dedicated efforts as en-US en-US en-US Employees (AFGE). He was a charter en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US in the local Central Labor Council for en-US en-US local democratic party and was a part of en-US innumerable campaigns, always with an en-US eye towards working class issues. en-US Matthew recently passed away. He died en-US before he reached his retirement, and en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US foundations named for Matt. His memory en-US will be honored by the fact that working en-US en-US en-US was a part of.en-US Farewell, brother, may you rest in a well-en-US en-USDen-USen-USPhoto by Ren Merinoen-US See LOBLOLLY, p. 20 en-USby Melissa Elliotten-US en-US en-US has had its detractors in the past, it does en-US seem to capture the spirit of its citizens. en-US And, with the resounding public and prien-US -en-US en-US bid to purchase a parcel of Loblolly Park, en-US en-US Earlier in May, Collier formally brought en-US that bid to the city commission. The $1 en-US en-US by former Mayor Pegeen Hanrahan, won en-US en-US commission, after three hours of debate. en-US en-US en-US -en-US pletely dependent on the council declaren-US -en-US ing that portion of Loblolly as surplus en-US before it could be considered for sale. en-US A surplus of land is a portion of a parcel en-US that is more than the amount needed to en-US support the current highest and best use. en-US en-US en-US -en-US cel. In similar instances, surplus land has en-US been declared so by land managers, and en-US en-US -en-US zen bidding for a sale of said property. en-US en-US en-US -en-US tion of the park, started a Facebook page en-US three weeks ago. Within that short time, en-US the page has inspired hundreds of locals en-US en-US garnered nearly 500 followers. Posts en-US range from personal stories of daily trail en-US hiking, photos of indigenous plants and en-US wild life, to warm remembrances of fort en-US en-US to build new forts with their own chilen-US -en-US dren. These stories all center around the en-USSave Loblolly Woods

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PAGE 20, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 en-US-en-US ning during his pre-trial detention, and his stalled and extended en-US prosecution, are intended to make a brutal example out of him.en-US The Manning case must also be seen as symptomatic of the bigger en-US crackdown by the Obama administration on the unauthorized leaking en-US of information. His administration has charged an unprecedented six en-US whistleblowers under the Espionage Act, double that of all past presien-US -en-US en-US Justice subpoenaing phone records from the Associated Press and the en-US en-US administrations stance towards leaking.en-US The fates of Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden remain to en-US be determined. The one certainty in the Snowden case is that en-US the Obama administration will not take his brazen act of leaking en-US en-US en-US least has in custody. Manning faces a military court concerned en-US en-US And while a military judge will ultimately pass judgment on en-US en-US en-US as following in the footsteps of the likes of Daniel Ellsberg, who en-US en-US Unlike Manning, Snowden purposefully stepped into the spotlight en-US to take responsibility for leaking information with the public good en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US a textbook whistleblower. The outpouring of public support for en-US him has indeed been encouraging.en-US As technology changes, the means, forms and faces of whistleen-US -en-US en-US clear. Being a whistleblower often comes with harsh consequencen-US -en-US en-US are afraid to speak truth to power. From the Pentagon Papers to en-US en-US keeping power in check. en-US en-USDen-USWHISTLEBLOWING, from p. 7 en-USLOBLOLLY, from p. 19en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US nor indistinguishable from the rest of Loblolly, or rarely used. It en-US en-US Sandra Friend, a board member of the Florida Outdoor Writen-US -en-US ers Association, agrees. The sale of public land is a dangerous en-US precedent to set, no matter the good intentions, when that public en-US land is already is use for the public good. en-US en-US stopped concerned residents from checking the commissions en-US en-US en-US en-USD

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 21 en-USGROWen-USRADIOen-US.en-USorgen-US en-US en-USprogramming scheduleen-USGrow Radio is a listener-supported, en-US en-US en-US an opportunity to create and manage en-US en-US locally-generated programming to en-US en-US and humanities for the enrichment of the en-US en-US Sunday 9 a.m. Generic Radio Program 11 a.m. Buffalo Girls 1 p.m. The Atomic Age 5 p.m. Joe and Craig Show 9 p.m. The Sum of Y our Life 11 p.m. Seoulmates-Kpop Radio Monday 12 a.m. Seoulmates-Kpop Radio 11 a.m. Dr. Bill s Super Awe ... 1 p.m. The Kitchen Sink 3 p.m. Ectasy to Frenzy 5 p.m. The Four Passions 11 p.m. Female Trouble Tuesday 12 p.m. Whats the Story? 10 p.m. The Experiment en-USWednesday 9 a.m. Sax and V iolins 1 en-US 3 p.m. The Quiet City 5 p.m. A Brazilian Commando 8 p.m. Downtown Sound 9 p.m. The Otherness 11 p.m. Radiodeo en-USThursday 12 a.m. Radiodeo 11 a.m. Get on the Right Thing ... 12 p.m. Things Be Blowin ... 6 p.m. Erosion 10 p.m. Lost Sharks en-USFriday 11 a.m. The Breakup Song 3 p.m. Swamp Boogie & Blues 5 p.m. Da Funk 9 p.m. The Bag of T ricks en-USSaturday 5 p.m. Alewife Outbound 9 p.m. Reality Bites en-USWGOT 94.7 LP FM en-USGainesville's Progressive Community en-US Radio Station WGOT is on the airen-USSunday: 1-4 p.m.en-US en-US Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 1 4 p.m.. 8 p.m.-midnighten-US Tuesday, Thursday: midnight-5 a.m.,14 p.m., 8-9 p.m.en-US Saturday: 19 p.m.en-USCheck out wgot.org for upcoming events en-US and a detailed schedule.en-USen-US WGOT stream under the Shoutcast directory. en-US To listen from your iOS, Android, or Blackberry mobile en-US device, you can use any radio streaming apps such as Tune In. We are listed in en-US iTunes Radio under the Eclectic category. Direct feed at www.wgot.org/listen/. en-US 94.7 is a Low Power FM station with a transmitter at NW 39th Ave and I-75, so en-US best reception is within 5 miles, but many people are able to pick up the station in en-US their car. en-USQuestions? Comments? E-mail us at info@wgot.org. en-USDemocracy NOW!en-US airs en-US Mon.-Fri. 1 p.m. & Mon.-Thur. 8 p.m. en-USby Joe Courteren-US en-US and each station selecting from the many en-US en-US en-US en-US and because they both repeat programs at en-US different times, I thought a little guide might en-US help. These are more the feature programs en-US as opposed to news and talk, and they do en-US en-US something more on music next month. This American Life: en-US 89.1 Sat. 2 p.m., Sun. en-US 6 p.m. / 89.9 Fri. 1p.m., Sat. 2 p.m. TED radio hour: en-USen-US 89.9 Sun. 2 p.m., Mon. 1 p.m. Radio Lab: en-US 89.1 Sun. 3 p.m. & 10 p.m. / en-US 89.9 Tues. 1 p.m. Bob Edwards: en-US 89.1 Sun. 10-12 a.m. / 89.9 en-US Sat. 6 p.m. Back Story en-US The Takeaway: en-US 89.1 Mon.-Fri. 10 p.m. / en-US 89.9 Mon.Thur. 2 p.m. Q en-US The World: en-US 89.9 Mon.-Thur. 3 p.m.en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US his recordings, but one work-around en-US is streaming from one of the many en-US stations hes broadcast on by checking en-US on his website and picking a station en-US en-US and listening there. en-US Its a damn shame that WUFT dropped en-US en-US raised a stink when that happened. The en-US en-US Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, is en-US on WGOT and is broadcast at 1 p.m. en-US and 8 p.m., Monday through Friday. en-US Its also on demand and transcribed en-US at www.democracynow.org. Check en-US out the Past Shows link for earlier en-US en-US Purposeful listening to you! en-USDen-USRadio Junkie

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PAGE 22, IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013 could be this unaware of legislation they en-USostensibly wrote. en-US en-US some help from an ally in the crusade to en-US eradicate abortion, Americans United for en-US Life (AUL). en-US The group touts success in getting model en-US en-US en-US -en-US houses nationwide, and the all-in-one en-US en-US -en-US est hits of AULs 2013 Defending Life en-US en-US For instance, part of SB5 (now known en-US as SB1 and HB2 for the second special en-US en-US AUL draft bill called The Womens en-US Health Protection Act, which requires en-US abortion centers to comply with the same en-US standards as ambulatory surgical centers en-US en-US professionals consider unnecessary and en-US in the end harmful to women as the rule en-US en-US en-US The Act, which mistakes all abortion as en-US en-US en-US en-US 30 miles of the clinic, another stipulation en-US found in SB 5.en-US en-US ban on abortion after 20 weeks post-feren-US -en-US tilization, look no further than the Women-US-en-US ens Health Defense Act, which prohibits en-US ABORTION, from p. 1en-USSuwannee-St. Johns Sierra Club en-US Gathering at Poe Springsen-USSaturday, July 20 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.en-US 28800 NW 182nd Avenueen-US High Springs, FL 32643en-US Free and open to the publicen-USJoin the Suwannee-St. Johns group of the Sierra en-US Club for a potluck picnic lunch and a swim or en-US paddle at Poe Springs Saturday, July 20. en-US Drinks and desserts will be provided. Please en-US bring a dish to share and bring your own plate, en-US cup and utensils. en-USabortions at or after 20 weeks gestation, en-US in part, because of the supposed capacity en-US for the fetus to feel pain. The model draft en-US en-US en-US consensus from the medical community.en-US Last but not least, requiring doctors to folen-US -en-US low strict guidelines when administering en-US abortion drugs that would increase dosen-US-en-US age and cost for women, directly parallels en-US a drug safety model bill that completely en-US fails to include the well-documented recen-US-en-US ommendations against the outdated proen-US-en-US cess by major medical organizations like en-US the American Congress of Obstetricians en-US and Gynecologists and the World Health en-US Organization. (AUL directly took credit en-US for that one in 2011, also authored by en-US en-US If opponents hit back with pesky facts en-US en-US -en-US wise, dont fret because lawmakers also en-US get a defense script in the cookie-cutter en-US en-US en-US concern with the health of women who en-US undergo abortions, a line we heard on en-US repeat from anti-choice lawmakers.en-US With a pre-abortion sonogram law in en-US place and the recent dismantling of en-US en-US-en-US ers through budget cuts, Texas lawmakers en-US en-US draft bills and a strategic joint resoluen-US-en-US tion that lays out how and why to cripple en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US ately freeze any currently allocated state en-US en-US -en-US en-US GOP leaders certainly made last year.en-US en-US en-US model legislation. AULs process is much en-US en-US Council, a shadowy coalition of busien-US-en-US nesses which drafts bills for statehouses en-US en-US en-US Laubenberg was selected as ALEC state en-US chair earlier this year.en-US en-US-en-US en-US Forth Worth) killed the abortion-restricen-US -en-US en-US now twice-failed zombie legislation for a en-US second special session, started on Monen-US -en-US day, which is already attracting thousands en-US en-US-en-US sters, as our GOP leadership has characen-US -en-US en-US en-US In this round, we can anticipate the same en-US lack of understanding and dismissal of en-US fact from the bill architects and the same en-US lackadaisical responses about a bill that en-US en-US en-US miles from the nearest clinic and endanen-US-en-US gering them by requiring less safe drug en-US protocols.en-US Considering the enormously high stakes en-US and potential for physical harm, its a en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US ing. en-USD

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IGUANA, JULY/AAUGUST 2013, PAGE 23 South Main/ Fire Station Update en-USby Joe Courter and Chris Fillieen-US It appears, at this point, that the purchase of the land south of en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US use of the parking lot or other entities using the land until January en-US 1, 2015. en-US Preliminary drawings of the site show at least 20 and up to 60 public en-US parking spaces on the land, which should lessen the impact on the en-US en-US en-US can continue as before.en-US en-US but realistically, the two owners wanted to sell, the stakeholders of en-US en-US -en-US ments needed to bring forward a counter offer as leaseholders. en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US they intend to build their building with the highest green LEED en-US en-US City has agreed to allow us to stay on the property until construcen-US -en-US tion begins, as well as allowing us direct input into the site planen-US -en-US en-US urban fabric in a way that did not damage the gains in walkability en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US east of the Co-op back room, now currently used as a combination en-US workshop and storage by building by owner Chris Fillie. Agreeen-US -en-US en-US en-US much as possible from the Church of Holy Colors and Repurpose en-US Project buildings to help the city with their green building goals. en-US en-US en-US en-USD THINKINGABOUTTHEMILITARY? MAKEAN INFORMEDCHOICE. ADVICEFROMVETERANSONMILITARYSERVICE ANDRECRUITINGPRACTICESAResourceGuideForYoungPeople ConsideringEnlistment Gainesville Chapter14 http://www.afn.org/~vetpeace/

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