This is a great way to get the word out to massive numbers - and to remind yourself and others that we are not alone. We meet on the Berkeley pedestrian overpass and display banners of peace, truth, justice, and accountability to all the traffic passing underneath. We have a few huge banners ("9/11 Truth for Peace", and "Expose the 9/11 Cover-Up" for example), so all you need to do is come out with your positive attitudes and mingle with fellow activists.
Sacramento 9/11 Truth meets on the third Monday of each month. The meetings are open to the public.
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Perko's Cafe (formerly Denny's)
925 - 3rd Street, Sacramento,(Corner of 3rd and "J" Streets)
In the conference room
There is no charge for the use of Perko's Conference Room. However, it's understandable that Perko's asks
that those who use the room purchase something from their menu (and a tip for the food-servers is appreciated).
Info: David Kimball (916)372-8433 afreedmind(at)yahoo.com or truth.priority(at)gmail.com
Join pioneering policy makers, civic leaders, banking entrepreneurs, innovators and ordinary citizens interested in learning about one of the most critical undertakings of our time: creating a truly prosperous, democratic and sustainable new economy.
The conference will be hosted by the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of the Erasmus University, located in The Hague. It seeks to discuss the social, economic and political significance of multiple currency systems for development.
The conference is organized by the Civic Innovation Research Initiative at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. The conference will be hosted by ISS in The Hague.
The 2nd International Conference on Complementary and Community Currency Systems invites you to explore the ways in which CCS and the multiplicity of monetary circuits affect local development, households’ welfare, governance and civil society organizations.
The Monetary Reforms
The main focus of the conference will be for researchers to describe and make the case for the kind of monetary reforms advocated, presenting both the logical and historical basis for them, and the mechanics of implementing them. Extensive question and answer periods and panel discussions can air doubts or concerns regarding the desirability of the reforms and suggest refinements. Included will be discussions of research and thinking methodology.
Achieving the Reforms – What we can do now