Wise Woman Media – 25 July 2014, 10pm edt

Guests for 25 July 2014
Special Guest: Joanne and Michelle, Green Party members, and activists from central Florida.

Join us for this week’s show and an engaging conversation on a  path to peace with Joann and Michelle. Joann is currently an educator and a military veteran who worked in Intelligence Operations. Michelle is a Registered Nurse, a Humanitarian, Permaculture Gardener and a Home-Schooling Mom. Both think that a lasting peace is essential for our communities, our country and our country’s Foreign Policy.

Tune in at 10:00pm EDT, 9:00pm CDT here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/here-be-monsters/2014/07/26/wise-women-media-for-72514-a-path-to-peace-w-michelle-and-joann

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Livestream – GPUS Annual Meeting

If you are unable to make it to the  GPUS National Meeting, you can watch via live video Stream. You can also participate by discussing the issues with Greens across the nation via text. Just click the link below.
Thursday July 24  at 5:00pm EDT thru Sunday July 27



Thank you Craig Seeman for sharing this on the GPFL Facebook page.

Tampa Bay Area 15 Now!

Launching this week!

adThe Movement for the $15/hour minimum wage comes to Florida beginning this Saturday.  And you should be there on the Ground Floor.  Activists from the Tampa Bay area and beyond will be gathering this Saturday, July 19, 3:30 p.m. at:

North Branch Library
861 70th Avenue North
St. Petersburg, FL

Hosted by Socialist Alternative, which led the successful fight in Seattle for the $15 minimum wage, the meeting will be a chance to get acquainted, get informed, and begin to lay out how we are going to win this in the Sunshine State.

For more information, please call:  (747) 482-9669.


Beware of Israel

CAIR has emerged as a defender of the Muslim people in the United States in response to the backlash from the World Trade Center 9/11 attacks & to balance the intense lobbying of our Congress by AIPAC. One of their spokespersons co-hosted a show called True Talk on the community radio station here (WMNF) and this has given people in this part of the state a better vision of realities for Muslim-Americans. It’s not unusual for them to visit their relatives in the Middle East or other parts of the world during school vacations.

Such is the case of young Tariq Abu Khdeir, the 15-year-old Palestinian-American from Tampa who visited family in occupied Palestine. This trip became a nightmare for him & the rest of his family when his cousin, Palestinian teenager Mohammed Abu Khdeir, was abducted & burned alive by Israelis. Tariq, himself, was then severely beaten and held under house arrest. This all in revenge for 3 Israeli youths having been kidnapped & murdered ———— never mind that these 2 young men had nothing to do with that. Israel has encroached on Palestinian land for 60 years now & has made the daily lives of the Palestinians more torturous than we here in the US can imagine.

A vigil for Tariq was held here in Tampa on July 5th, ironically right after we here celebrate Independence Day, along with a massive phone call effort to the state department in DC.

Jennifer Sullivan
Tampa area Green

Jennifer has been a West Coast Florida activist for the Green Party, since 1996.

Eye Witness report from Gaza. At least 100 attacks through the night.

By Dr. Mona El-Farra
Gaza’s Ark 8 July 2014

Last night and while Israeli army forces launched military attacks all over Gaza, by sea, air and artillery shelling, hundreds of thousands of children were unable to sleep inside their roof tinned homes, clinging to their parents, crying, terrified. The shelling of last night was so strong and went through the tiny strip from north to south, east and west. At least 100 attacks took place.

In Gaza we do not have shelters to escape to, during the attack.

These attacks come on top of a deteriorating economic situation. Right now it is Ramadan, the month of fasting and an increasing number of families have difficulty to get basic food, survival is a constant fight.

Thousands of government employees could not reach banks to have their salaries. I know the salaries are affected by internal problems between Fatah and Hamas, but the outcome is severe hardship – in the meantime the bombs keep dropping on top of our heads. The feeling of insecurity throws its shadow against all the population. (more…)

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