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Sat Sep 9 2006 (Updated 09/12/06)
Many Bay Area Events to Observe Fifth 9/11 Anniversary
Sat Sep 9 2006 (Updated 09/12/06)
Vigils and Protests Remember a World Before "Terrorism on American Soil"
Many events are being held around the Bay Area to commemorate the fifth anniversary of September 11th, 2001. Some will focus on mourning the lives lost, while others will question the official message about how and why 911 occurred; still others will stand in opposition to the deaths of 3,000 Americans leading to tens of thousands of deaths worldwide as a result of wars against "terrorism."

The 5th annual 9/11 Truth Rally and March to the 9/11 Power to the Peaceful Concert was held Saturday morning, September 9th. Its theme was "Impeach the Terrorists!" The March/Parade went from the Panhandle to Speedway Meadow. imc_article.gifReport

Emergent Sea 9/11: Artists of Color Speak Up 5 Years after 'Sep 11' was held Saturday night in San Francisco. The evening was to include spoken word, poetry, hip-hop, and music. Artists on the lineup included Denizen Kane, Brown Buffalo Project, and more.

A number of events will be held to remember the people who died in the World Trade Tower collapses five years ago. The UU Church of Berkeley (in Kensington) hosted the first-ever U.S. exhibition of photographs depicting workers at Ground Zero. A conversation with the artist took place on Sunday, and an interfaith candlelight vigil on Monday, Sept. 11th, from 6pm to 8pm. Read more

The film "Gandhi," starring Ben Kingsley, was screened on Monday night at 6:30 at the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists' Hall. "5 years after 9-11, we mark the 100th anniversary of Satyagraha - Gandhi's non-violent movement." Democracy Now! story about Gandhi anniversary

Also on September 11th, "Loose Change (2nd edition)" will be screened in Santa Cruz at 7pm at the Rio Theater.

The film "9/11 Guilt: The Proof is in Your Hands" will be screened in Grass Valley on September 11th.

Project Censored hosted "Complicity in 9/11—Who Else Was Involved," a panel discussion, on September 11th on the Sonoma State University campus.

United for Peace had a list of 911 commemoration vigils on its website.

The premiere screening of the film "9/11: Press for Truth" took place on Thursday, September 7th at the Grand Lake Theater. imc_article.gifReport Events are also being held nationwide: In New York, hundreds of people gathered this week to bring attention to the health effects that neighbors of the World Trade Center site have suffered.

Community Currency | 911truth.org | Families for Peaceful Tomorrows

Human Rights Watch: The Wrong Lessons from September 11 | Five years since 9/11: A political balance sheet | A national disgrace: sick 9/11 workers left without medical coverage | New Yorkers Tell Federal Officials To Stop Ignoring 9/11's Health Effects | Family Members of 9/11 Victims Spearhead Movement Against War and Violence
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