December 5, 1999

Periodic chronicles of SunMt dreams and adventures. Click here to send us roses, raspberries and/or ¿¿?

On Alcatraz, a defiant memory of a bloody thanksgiving;

In Seattle, a defiant march against a new invasion

Young Indians dance in the dawn fog at an unthanksgiving Alcatraz ceremony. A mournful, defiant remembrance of the first thanksgiving which was the celebration of a puritan massacre of Indians...

... A few days later, Seattle streets are filled with a similar defiance, some joyful like the Anti-Fascist Marching Band. Some mournful like the Greed Kills sign...

Most important sign in Seattle recognizes that as long as one of us is exploited all of us are threatened. An injury to one is an injury to all. The sign is carried by Fred Hirsch. In the foreground Mark Glass, both from San Jose Plumbers Local 363. Elfie was videoing for the local the involvement of 5 of their members in the protests.

Seattle was a massive confirmation that we all need each other. Unions cannot prevail without religious folks or environmentalists and visa versa all around... At issue now is: how do we grow and spread and sustain the Seattle unity¿¿¿???

Buy A Bale A Month Club

As reported in our e-mail message of October 12, member Vic Bedoian has organized a Buy A Bale A Month Club. Each club member pledges to donate to SunMt $5 a month to buy, truck and store a bale of straw for Baby SunHouse, SunMt's demonstration passive solar straw bale-adobe dwelling. Purpose to develop engineering data so that straw bale construction can become a part of the regular building. The club will live until the project is fully financed. You can join by sending in your first $5.

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