The Gainesville iguana

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The Gainesville iguana
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Iguana
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United States of America -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville

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

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INSIDE ...From the Publisher . . . . 3 Reading Recommendations . . 3 Elections ............... 8 Directory . . . . . . 101 Event Calendar . . . . 12 Oral History Program ... 14 CMC Events . . . . . . 15 GROW Radio schedule . . 23 See ELECTIONS, p. 9 See MANNING, p. 2 By Chelsea Manning This was originally published on June 14 by the New York Times. Manning is a former U.S. Army intelligence analyst currently serving 35 years in prison for information. See the original here: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/15/ opinion/sunday/chelsea-manning-theus-militarys-campaign-against-mediafreedom.html?_r=0 FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. -When -The fog machine of warVote August 26by Joe Courter The GainesvilleIguanaJuly/August 2014 Vol. 28, Issues 7/8

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 3 P AGE 2, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 From the publisher: Guilty pleasuresJoe Courter D D THINKINGABOUTTHEMILITARY? MAKEAN INFORMEDCHOICE. ADVICEFROMVETERANSONMILITARYSERVICE ANDRECRUITINGPRACTICESAResourceGuideForYoungPeople ConsideringEnlistment Gainesville Chapter14 http://www.afn.org/~vetpeace/ MANNING, from p. 1D Crist Files Brief Seeking to Overturn Floridas Ban on Gay Marriage The Florida governor, who once was against gay marriage, is seeking to overturn the ban. D Dont Rush to Coronate Charlie Crist as the Democratic Nominee Charlie Crist is not the answer to Rick Scott. Nan Rich is.D Florida Governor Signs Bill Further Restricting Later Abortions The new law doesnt take into account the womans unique and complex circumstances. See NEWS, p. 21 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) 378-5655GainesvilleIguana@cox.net www.gainesvilleiguana.org facebook.com/gainesvilleiguana The Iguana has been published monthly or bimonthly by volunteers for more than 25 years. Circulation for this issue is 4,500. Publisher: Joe Courter Editors Emeritus: Jenny Brown Mark Piotrowski Editorial Board: Pierce Butler Joe Courter Beth Grobman Jessica Newman Production work & assistance: Justine Mara Andersen Joye Barnes Scott Camil Robbie Czopek Erica Merrell Mary Savage Distribution: Joe Courter Marcus Dodd Bill Gilbert Jack Price Anita SundaramAuthors & photographers have sole credit, responsibility for, and rights to their work. Cover drawing of iguana by Daryl Harrison. Printed on recycled paper.

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 5 P AGE 4, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 by Matt Keene This article is Chapter 2 in an online series of articles called River be dammed: Floridas forgotten river, a project six months in the making by Matt Keene, made possible by grants from the Florida Defenders of the Environment and the Felburn Foundation. After paddling the full length of the Ocklawaha River, the St. Johns Rivers largest tributary, Keene felt the rivers attitudes. Paddling slowly through the Drowned Forest, along the most upstream stretches of the Rodman Pool, Keene was compelled to share the story of the Ocklawaha, Kirkpatrick Dam and Cross Florida Barge Canal with whatever audience he could gather. This project, River be dammed, is a direct result and manifesta tion of those experiences. The project was released over the course of six chapters, all of which are available at riverbedammed.org as of press time. D call cattle ranch a recipe for disasterby Candi Churchill Subscribe $30/yearLabor Notes Trouble Makers School on Sept. 27 in GainesvillePutting the movement back in the labor movement D 377-5828Open: 7 am 10 pm Mon Fri 9 am 10 pm Sat Sun DRIVE THRU & CALL-INS Two locations: 407 NW 12th St. and 5011 NW 34th St.

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 7 P AGE 6, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 From a retired operative and analyst who chooses to remain anonymous Weve been here before, with the mainstream media beating the drums of war, neglecting the facts, and propagandizing Americans into another imperialist occupation. But there are media outlets and individuals refusing to remain silent on the issue. D DSupport the Harkin-Sanchez bill and boost Social Security NOW! 104 SE 1st A ve., Gainesville, FL MTh: 11a.m.8p.m. F: 11a.m.10p.m. 104 SE 1st Avenue Gainesville FL SOCIAL SECURITY PARKING LOTBIRTHDAY PARTY

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 9 P AGE 8, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 By Philip N. Kabler, Esq. Bogin, Munns & Munns, P.A. CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY COURT D "If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you." -Oscar Wilde ELECTIONS, from p. 1 Dby Kate Ellison, Gainesville community member and participant in Womonwrites D

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 11 P AGE 10, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 Notice to readers: If there is inaccurate information in this list, please let us know. If you are connected to an organization listed here, please check and update so others can be accurately informed about your contact information. Thank you. Art Lab Alachua Conservation Trust, Inc. Alachua County Green Party Alachua County Labor Coalition American Civil Liberties Union Amnesty International Avian Research and Conservation Institute (ARCI) Citizens Climate Lobby Civic Media Center The Coalition of Hispanics Integrating Spanish Speakers through Advocacy and Service (CHISPAS) Code Pink: Women for Peace Conservation Trust for Florida, Inc. NonDemocratic Party of Alachua County Edible Plant Project Families Against Mandatory Minimums The Fine Print Florida School of Traditional Midwifery A Florida Defenders of the Environment Gainesville Area AIDS Project Gainesville Citizens for Alternatives to Death Penalty Gainesville Food Not Bombs Gainesville Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant Justice (IAIJ) Gainesville Loves Mountains Gainesville NOW Gainesville Socialists Gainesville Womens Liberation Gainesville Zen Center & Hostel A Zen Graduate Assistants United Grow Radio Harvest of Hope Foundation Home Van Humanist Society of Gainesville Humanists on Campus Industrial Workers of the World Local Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant Justice International Socialist Organization Kindred Sisters Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program MindFreedom North Florida Move to Amend, Gainesville National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare National Lawyers Guild NCF AWIS Occupy Gainesville Our Santa Fe River and Ichetucknee Alliance PFLAG (Parents and Families of Lesbians and Gays) Planned Parenthood Clinic Pride Community Center of North Central Florida Protect Gainesville Citizens Group River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding Sierra Club Sister City Program of Gainesville Stand By Our Plan Student/Farmworker Alliance Students for a Democratic Society MultiUF Pride Student Union United Faculty of Florida Union United Nations Association, Gainesville Florida Chapter United Way Information and Referral Veterans for Peace WGOT 94.7 LP-FM Iguana Directory

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magnet magnet Keep up with the CMC at www.civicmediacenter.org for events created after this calendar was printed, and into the future (also see pp 15, 23). Bang Bang Suckas 8 (celebration of hip-hop art & music), CMC, 433 S. Main St, 9 pm. School Board, 6 pm. Gvl Socialists, CMC, 8 pm. Last Wednesday Contra Dance (LGBTQ-friendly, gender-neutral; beginners welcome) at CMC, 7:30 pm. Transgender Movie Night, 2nd Fridays, Pride Center (3131 NW 13th St), 7 pm.R. Mutt Blues Band at Bo Diddley Plaza, free, 8 pm.Venus in Fur opens at Hipp, 8 pm. CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm. Green Drinks/Cinema Verde, The Jam, 6 pm.Candidates Forum, Oak Hammock (5100 SW 25th Blvd), 7 pm.Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm. Anne Braden: Southern Patriot CMC, 7 pm.Talking Service for Veterans reading/ discussion group, Beltram Peace Ctr, 1236 NW 18th Ave, 3rd Mons, 7 pm.3 9 4 5 7 6 8 Please support Citizens Co-op, a community resource. Shop local! (see pp 9, 21) CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm. Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm. Last Wed. Contra Dance, CMC, 7 pm.Ear Films, Squitieri Theatre, 7:30 pm Mon-Fri (check Scene). Gvl Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant Justice meets 2nd Mondays, Mennonite Church, 6 pm.Gun Fight HBO doc on gun culture in US: CMC, 7 pm.Gvl Citizens for Active Transportation meets at CIED (530 E. Univ Ave), every other Monday, 7 pm.Base Track at Phillips Ctr, 7:30 pm, Mon & Tues check Scene for details. Alachua County Labor Party meets, IBEW Hall, 6:30 pm. Gvl Socialists, CMC, 8 pm. Sinister Wisdom 93 Magazine Release Party at Wild Iris Books, 6 pm see pg 9.Uncle Mortys Rhythm Cream plays Free Friday concert series: Bo Diddley Plaza, 8 pm.Life Itself opens at Hipp, 8 pm.27 Aug 1 31 29 28 2 30 Swamp City Sirens vs So. Fla Rollergirls, County Fairgrounds, 6 pm. Veg For Life vegan potluck, UUFG, Documentary TBA: CMC, 7 pm. Humanists meet (topic: coming out), UUFG (4225 NW 34th St), 7 pm. Peter Murphy of Bauhaus at High Dive, 6 pm. Womens Movie Night, 1st Sundays, Pride Center 3131 NW 13th St, 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. Gay Movie Night last Fridays, Ricky Kendall & Friends at Bo Diddley Plaza, free, 8 pm.Yves St. Laurent opens at Hipp, 8 pm.Art Walk Downtown see pg 17 & artwalkgainesville.com. The Gainesville IguanaIguana, c/o CISPLA, P.O. Box 14712, Gainesville, FL 32604 (352) 378-5655 www.gainesvilleiguana.org26 Stonewall Democrats, 901 NW 8th Ave, 6 pm, 3rd Thursdays.Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm.22 JulyAugust JulioAgosto24 20 21 25 School Board meets 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 620 E Univ Ave, 6 pm: see sbac.edu.PFLAG meets, United Church (1624 NW 5th Ave), 7 pm. Citizens Climate Lobby meets, dntn library, 6:30 pm.Vets for Peace meet, 7 pm: call 352-375-2563 for directions. Moyers & Company on WUFT-TV, Sundays, 1 pm (or watch on your own schedule via the web).Gvl Roller Rebels Summer Bootcamp 1st of 3 derby training gainesvillerollerrebels.com.World Cup Final, Palomino & elsewhere, 3 pm.Fla Coalition for Peace & Justice weekly potluck & ecovillage tour, 4 pm: fcpj.org Miss Representation part of NOW Summer Feminist Film Fest, Civic Media Center, 7 pm.GCAT meets, 7 pm see 7/14. CMC Volunteers meet, 5:30 pm.Stonewall Democrats, 901 NW 8th Ave, 6 pm, 3rd Thursdays.Citizens Co-op Outreach at CMC, 1st/3rd Thursdays, 7 pm.Green Party meets, CMC, 7 pm.Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm. SSJ Sierra Club Potluck Picnic at Rainbow Springs person park fee), 11 am pm. Nude Expo: Connie Canney art exhibit/sale, 15319 NW 140th St, Alachua, 4 pm; reception, 6 pm. Top/Atlantic/Wooly Anniversary Blowout w/ 15 bands free! Doors, 7 pm.Wax Wing CD Release show The Factory (8th St & W Univ Ave former Recycled Bikes), 9 pm.15 String Kings rock the BD Plaza, free, 8 pm. 13 17 14 18 16 For more events, event details, and irregularly updated calendar entries, see www.gainesvilleiguana.org/calendar.19 Whether here or anywhere: please support live music! County Farmers Mkt on N 441 by Hwy Patrol Tues/ Thurs/Sat, 8 amnoon.Alachua County Comm meets, 2nd & 4th Tues, 9 am & 5 pm, County Admin Bldg; citizens comment, 9:30 & 5:30.World Cup Final Four, Tues & Wed, 4 pm.Gville Poets & Writers meet Tuesdays at Books A Million, 2601 NW 13th St, 6:30 pm. Gville Socialists reading/ discussion group meets every other Tues at CMC, 8 pm. 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.Citizens Climate Lobby meets, downtown library, 6:30 pm.DEC meets, 7 pm see 8/13.Free Summer Movies at Mennonite Meeting House (1236 NW 18th Ave) every Wed thru Aug, 7 pm (call 352-377-6577 for titles).Intro to Irish Set Dancing, CMC, 7:30 pm. Things Be Blowin AroundBill Perrys show on growradio.org, noon pm.CMC Volunteers meet every Thursday, 5:30 pm.Acoustic Blues weekly open mike Cymplify, 5402 NW 8th Ave, 6 pm. Open Poetry every Thursday at CMC, 9 pm: Gvls longest-running poetry jam, open to all; informal & welcoming to readers & listeners. Terry Plumeri at The Bull most Thursdays, 10 pm. 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 23. On the music side of things, those on the east side or with antennas might appreciate the music on Jackson villes 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! Block Party at The Jam (817 W. Univ Ave) great local music, featuring MSNRA, Nook and Cranny, & others; starts at noon. Lady Day at Emersons Bar & Grill Actors Warehouse (608 N. Main St) production runs thru 7/27.Morningbell rings at Free Friday concert series: Bo Diddley Plaza (111 E University Ave), 8 pm (see pg 17).The Immigrant opens at Hipp, 8 pm.12 9 11 8 10 Sunday Domingo Monday Lunes Friday Viernes Saturday Sabado Thursday Jueves Tuesday Martes Wednesday Miercolesmagnet If you appreciate this calendar, please consider supporting the Ig with a donation &/or subscription: PO Box 14712, Gainesville FL 32604. 12 13 GIAIJ meets see 7/14. Doc TBA: CMC, 7 pm.GCAT meets, 7 pm see 7/14.16 14 15 11 10 Social Security Party/ Protest, Rep. Ted Yohos CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm.Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm. Alachua County Comm meets: see 7/8. Humanists skip July meeting.Intro to Irish Set Dancing, CMC, 7:30 pm. Panamas Tropical Ecosystem exhibit opens, Fla Museum of Natural History, 10 am pm. Sparkling Night with Lady Day special performance of Actors Warehouse play; 7 pm. League of Women Voters Candidate Forum, downtown library, 1 pm. Labor Daze Fest, BD Dntn Plaza, 4 pm; see pg 24. FULL MOON The Irie Ones reggaefy Bo Diddley Plaza, free, 8 pm.23 Civil War Battle of Gville Reenactment, Matheson Museum, 513 E. Univ Ave, 10:30 am. CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm. Citizens Co-op Outreach at CMC, 1st/3rd Thursdays, 7 pm.Open Poetry, CMC, 9 pm.17 18 19 20 21 22 23 UFPA 24-hr Film Contest viewing, Squitieri Theatre (Phillips Ctr), 2 pm.Frog Song Organics farm activity day in Hawthorne; info: 494-9691. Doc TBA at CMC, 7 pm. Talking Services for Vets see 7/21. Critical Ass Bike Ride begins at Pleasant St Cycle, 6:30 pm.Fast Lane plays soul at Bo Diddley Plaza, free, 8 pm. Green Drinks/Cinema Verde, The Jam, 6 pm.29 28 26 27 24 30 25 School Board, 6 pm. PFLAG meets, 3rd Tuesdays, United Church, 7 pm. Gvl Socialists, CMC, 8 pm. 6 3 5 Gvl Socialists, CMC, 8 pm. 4 Sept 1 2 Art Walk Downtown; 7 pm. Crooked Counsel rocks BD plaza, 8 pm, free.Fences opens at Actors Warehouse.31VOTE! Free HIV testing, CMC, 6:30 pm. Labor Party meets see 7/22. Wild Iris Feminist Open Mic Night, CMC Courtyard, 7 pm. The Loving Story part of NOW Summer Feminist Film Fest, Civic Media Center, 7 pm. CSNY tribute by Other Voices rocks BD plaza, 8 pm, free. FULL MOON PERSEID METEOR SHOWERS PERSEID METEOR SHOWERS PERSEID METEOR SHOWERS CMC Volunteers, 5:30 pm. C.Co-op Outreach, CMC, 7 pm. Intro to Irish Set Dancing, CMC, 7:30 pm. Democratic Executive Committee meets, County Commission meeting room, 7 pm. LABOR DAY John McCutcheon in Joe Hill play, UF Squitieri Theatre, 7:30. Photo Exhibit sponsored by GIAIJ, Mennonite Meeting House, 2 pm. HIROSHIMA DAY NAGASAKI DAY IGUANA Deadline for Sept issue is Aug 30th; write gainesvilleiguana@cox.net or call 378-5655 with events, updates, advertisements & info.1804: Vice-Pres. Aaron Burr fatally wounds former Treasury Sec. Alexander Hamilton in duel.WORLD POPULATION DAY 1912: Woody Guthrie born. 1919: Iris Murdoch born. 1944: Irene Morgan arrested for not yielding Greyhound seat to white passenger; leads to Supreme Ct case. 1918: Nelson Mandela born. 1822: Gregor Mendel born. 1783: Simon Bolivar born. 1897: Amelia Earhart born. 1932: Major George S. Patton & cavalry attack ~43,000 Bonus March WWI vets & families. 1914: Gavrilo Princip, 19, assassinates Archduke Ferdinand & wife, starting World War I. 1990: US Ambassador April Glaspie tells Saddam Hussein US takes no side in Iraq-Kuwait dispute. 1863: Henry Ford born. 1975: James Hoffa disappears. 1819: Herman Melville born. 1936: Yves St. Laurent born. 1942: Jerry Garcia born. 1776: About 50 men sign American Declaration of Independence. 1940: Martin Sheen born. 1941: Martha Stewart born. 1981: Ronald Reagan fires 12,700 striking air traffic controllers, breaks union. 1942: Garrison Keillor born. 1969: Woodstock concert opens. 1617: 1st African slaves arrive in Virginia. 1960: 1st birth control pills sold. 1927: Sacco & Vanzetti executed.

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 15 P AGE 14, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 C: Theres this famous story of Shands shipping an AIDs patient to San Francisco and basically dumping him. P: C: Its interesting how those two strains of activism have supported each other for you. P: C: When was that? P: C: Woah. P: C: Scary times, weve gone through. Search for Fred Pratt at http://oral. transcript of this interview. The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program believes that listening carefully to 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. oral/support.html or make checks to SPOHP, and mail to PO Box 115215, Gainesville, FL 32611. D433 S. Main Street (352) 373-0010 www.civicmediacenter.orgParking 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 website for details and additional events.Civic Media Center events July/August 2014 History and the people who make it: Fred Pratt Transcript edited by Pierce Butler Part 2 of 2 This is the 22nd in a series of transcript excerpts from the collection of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at the University of Florida. Fred Pratt was interviewed by Jessica transcript was featured in the May-June 2014 Iguana. P: C: What did you see in Tampa and/or Gainesville the reaction to AIDS? P: C: Why do you think there was that difference between the two cities? P: C: Was the response in Tampa coming from the gay community or the medical community? P:

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 17 P AGE 16, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 See WORLD CUP, p. 22 by Robert Parry This excerpt is from an article originally published on June 23 to space constraints, but we encourage you to read the article in full at http://consortiumnews.com/2014/06/23/obamas-trueforeign-policy-weakness/. DThe following is a blog-post from Nora Moraga-Lewy, a 19-year-old Gainesvillian who is in Haiti this summer working Interested in editing, graphic design or web design? D The Iguana needs YOU! Help make Gainesvilles longest running progressive rag happenContact Editor Jessica Newman for more details at: jnew751@gmail.com.

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 19 P AGE 18, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 by Sarah Goff, Co-Founder of The Repurpose Project D.by Robert Hutch Hutchinson Alachua County Commissioner D.Alachua Countys marijuana problem

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 21 P AGE 20, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 by Stand By Our Plan This article was originally published as a letter in the Gainesville Sun on June 22. Learn more about Plum Creek and Stand By Our Plan at standbyourplan.org. D by Joe Courter DNEWS, from p. 1 D Full Show: The Lies That Lead to War This episode of Bill Moyers is essential to understand how we are lied into wars, and how the media is complicit in this. D The Most Partisan State Legislatures, in One Interactive Chart An indication of partisanship, effectiveness at passing bills, cooperation among state legislators.D Pentagon Preparing for Mass Civil Breakdown Social science is being militarised to develop operational tools to target peaceful activists and protest movements. D

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JULY/AUGUST 2014, IGUANA P AGE 23 P AGE 22, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 EQUIPMENT PROVIDED! Registration: $30, including gear rental **$10 discount for bringing your own**SEE BELOW FOR BOOT CAMP DATES AND REGISTRATION DETAILS WORLD CUP, from p. 16 DGROWRADIO.org programming schedule Mon Tue Wed 1 Thu WGOT 94.7 LP FM Gainesville's Progressive Community Radio Station WGOT is on the airSunday: 1-4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 1 4 p.m.. 8 p.m.-midnight Tuesday, Thursday: midnight-5 a.m.,14 p.m., 8-9 p.m. Saturday: 19 p.m.Check out wgot.org for upcoming events and a detailed schedule. WGOT stream under the Shoutcast directory. To listen from your iOS, Android, or Blackberry mobile device, you can use any radio streaming apps such as Tune In. We are listed in iTunes Radio under the Eclectic category. Direct feed at www.wgot.org/listen/. 94.7 is a Low Power FM station with a transmitter at NW 39th Ave and I-75, so best reception is within 5 miles, but many people are able to pick up the station in their car. Questions? Comments? E-mail us at info@wgot.org. Democracy NOW! What you can do: For information: Radical Press Coffee Shop in the CMC: 433 S. Main St., Gainesville 32601 What the Civic Media Center does: "It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong"

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P AGE 24, IGUANA, JULY/AUGUST 2014 by Mama Trish (AKA Trisha Ingle) Labor Daze Fest Aug. 31D The Gainesville Iguana is Gainesville's progressive events calendar and newsletterSubscribe!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, are welcome. To list your event or group, contact us at: (352) 378-5655 GainesvilleIguana@cox.net www.gainesvilleiguana.org facebook.com/gainesvilleiguana issues of the Gainesville Iguana online (complete issues are available as PDFs) at www.gainesvilleiguana.orgThe Gainesville Iguana (established 1986)