Monthly Archives: February 2011

2/11 Music and Ideas to Support Bradley Manning

Friday, February 11 from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m.
Music and Ideas to Support Bradley Manning:
Exposing War Crimes Is Not a Crime!

A benefit for Bradley Manning

$5-20 donation for Courage to Resist, hub of the support campaign for Bradley Manning
(but no one turned away for lack of funds)

IDEAS (9:00 to 10:00 p.m.):

War, Peace, and Wikileaks
A multimedia analysis/talks by Chris Hables Gray, followed by discussion

Chris is an AFT union member and lecturer at the University of California at Santa Cruz. He is a longtime antiwar organizer, anarchist-feminist, and author of the books Peace, War, and Computers, Postmodern War, and Cyborg Citizen.

Manning Support Campaign
Latest updates on Manning and what we can do, with Jeff Paterson, Courage to Resist project director and first Gulf War Marine resister

MUSIC (8:00 to 9:00 p.m. & 10:00 to 11:00 p.m.):

Ryan Harvey (on tour from Baltimore, MD)

Ryan is a Riot-Folk collective member and an organizer with the antiwar Civilian-Soldier Alliance. His songs blend music and activism. He is currently touring to promote his new album, Blowback, his tenth or eleventh CD (he’s not sure). Either way, his music has had an impact as part of many movements for radical change through the last decade.


Nomi is a songwriter from New Orleans currently living in San Francisco. “She has a voice and folk songs with an uncanny depth that can tear u apart, and knit you back together again.”

Snack Time (w/Adhamh Roland of Riot-Folk)

Sugar Hill (banjo, violin, and vocals) and Adhamh Roland (accordian, guitar, and vocals), like peanut butter and chocolate, bring you a harmonious and delicious treat in their vocal and musical ensemble, Snack Time (peanut allergies aside). With more than just tasteful outfits, Snack Time will give you something to chew on, whether it be a touch candy coating or a soft, tender filling.

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2/8 Critical Mass & Radical Politics

Tuesday, February 8 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Critical Mass & Radical Politics

Critical Mass is a movement with no leaders or formal organization behind it. No one in charge — which is another way of saying “everyone is in charge!” There are as many ideas about what Critical Mass is as there are participants.

Given that fact, there are — and should be — competing visions of what Critical Mass is about. Is Critical Mass a protest whose purpose is to gum up motorized traffic and make things difficult for anyone in a car? Or is Critical Mass a celebration of bike culture that changes the rules of ordinary life by opening up public space to public participation? Should Critical Mass be led spontaneously by the loudest voices at the front of the ride? Or should it follow a route from time to time, as it did in its first few years? Is Critical Mass about staying downtown, where traffic is densest? Or can it also be about exploring other neighborhoods and vistas?

Come to this forum to discuss these and other competing visions of what Critical Mass is and can become. Bring your ideas, bring your open ears and minds.

Chris Carlsson, Hugh D’Andrade, and others will faciitate this conversation.

Free, but donations toward sustaining Station 40 as a community space are welcome!

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2/5 One Thousand Meals on One Plate

Saturday, February 5 from 6:30 to 11 p.m.
One Thousand Meals on One Plate

A Benefit to Bring Sustainable Plateware to SF’s Food Not Bombs

LIMITED SEATING! You must reserve and buy a ticket in advance!
Suggested donation: $10 to $30 sliding scale

An evening of fine foods, live music, and service with a smile!
Help us make eco-damaging plates a thing of the past for SF Food Not Bombs

For reservations/tickets/menu and/or info, email us at,
or call the FNB voicemail at (415) 484-3288

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