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Since not everyone is familiar with the structure and operation of this site, we will begin to add tutorials to demonstrate how to add content and share your thoughts. If anything is unclear or you have any comments please direct your thoughts to [email protected] Become a member of voicesweb.org View or add comments about articles, events, or the site Add events to the calendar Read more »

Allen Street gates vigil and blog

Remember that there is a Candlelight Vigil in support of those across the globe who have lost loved ones in Iraq and Afghanistan. It takes place every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Allen Street gates, located on the corner of College Ave. and Allen St. in State College.

Support the movement by visiting the Allen Street Gates Blog at http://www.allenstreetgates.blogspot.com.


ACLU Blog on the PATRIOT Act

Check out National ACLU's new PATRIOT Act blog, offering up-to-date information for the duration of the current Congressional action, and possibly beyond:

Reform the PATRIOT ACT Blog

Thanks to Nancy C. Kranich and the ACLU of Pennsylvania for bringing this to our attention.


Let Your Voice Be Heard

We are currently in the process of compiling a list of local and federal representatives and officials. While our list is under construction, you can use another excellent resource: The Page of Action. This site includes local, state and federal candidates, issues, and contact information, and can be localized by entering a zip code.

Your voice does count.


Locals protest Bush presence in State College, PA (6-14-05)

(from indymedia.org) Marc Maxson 14 Jun 2005 17:53 GMT As part of a campaign to replace social security with private investment accounts, President Bush made a stop in the medium sized town of State College, PA on Tuesday, June 14th, 2005. [Video of protesters on Penn State Campus 6-14-05 by Mike Santillo.] Near the site of a planned speech before a gathering of high school aged Future Farmers of America, over a hundred local residents staged a protest of the president's presence. Ironically, the last-minute mobilization began in part at the town's weekly Friday Farmer's market, most of whom are current farmers, but not eligible to attend the president's speech. Read more »

The Propaganda Remix Project

In need of some propaganda you can get behind? Check out the images of the Propaganda Remix Project. There are a lot of talented contributers, and some of the slogans are brilliant.