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Northern California
In Motion Magazine Index by Region



Measure D
Berkeley vs Big Soda Wins Historic Victory
by Bruce Akizuki
Berkeley, California


Awa Odori Festival
by Bruce Takeo Akizuki
Tokushima, Japan


Asian American Creative Music in the 1990s
by Bruce Takeo Akizuki
Oakland, California



The Untold Chinatown
(A Photo Essay)
by Bruce Takeo Akizuki
Oakland, California


You May Face Discrimination
A Chapter From
10 Excellent Reasons Not to Join the Military
by Aimee Allison
Antioch, California


Kochi Revealed -(A Photo Essay)
Bruce Takeo Akizuki
Kochi, Japan & San Francisco, California


The Real Immigration Debate
Tackle Economic Security, Not Simply Border Security
by Francis Calpotura
Oakland, California


An interview with musician Chris Gonzalez Clarke
Part 1 - Chicano Groove
Part 2 - Son del Barrio
Santa Clara, California


National Environmental Trust Welcomes Mattel’s

Commitment to Replace Phthalate-Containing Material in Toys
by Nora Cody
Oakland, California


New Zeneca Ad Campaign Misleading to Women
Women concerned about breast cancer are being bombarded
with a massive advertising campaign for the drug tamoxifen
by Nora Cody
Oakland, California


First Evidence of 3rd Generation Effects from DES
"Landmark study confirms the need for better screening
and testing of the 86,000 synthetic chemicals in use today."
Nora Cody,
Oakland, California


"My Year of Meats" by Ruth L. Ozeki
A book review by Nora Cody
Oakland, California


Doctor claims new drug (Evista) poses risk for ovarian cancer
Nora Cody, Oakland, California


Household Pesticides and Risk of Pediatric Brain Tumor
Nora Cody,
Oakland, California


DES given to young "too tall" girls
in appalling medical experiment

Nora Cody,
Oakland, California


Environmental Estrogen - Global Problem
A model for study of exposure to pollutants around the world
by Pat Cody
Berkeley, California


Ohio Decision Against DES Daughters
An update on the ongoing efforts for compensation
from drug companies who produced DES
by Pat Cody
Berkeley, California


"The Breast Cancer Prevention Program"
by Samuel S. Epstein, M.D.
Book Review by Pat Cody, Berkeley, California


Our Stolen Future - A Book Review
Are We Threatening Our Fertility, Intelligence, and Survival?
A Scientific Detective Story
Pat Cody
Berkeley, California


In Search of Community
Photography by Community Images:
Angelica Cabande --
Barangay
Tiffany Eng --
Searching for Expression
Pauline Liang --
Chinese Playground
Rebecca Peng --
In China
Al Sugano --
Untitled
Judith Williams Sandoval --
Dance Against Violence
San Francisco, California


Reflections
(... on homeland security)
by Joanne Cosenza
San Francisco, California


Moving Forward: The Challenge for People with Disabilities
Joanne Cosenza
San Francisco, California


Everybody Running, Saying Jesus
by Jenny D'Angelo
Santa Cruz, California


Generative Music - A Talk by Brian Eno
at the Imagination Conference
San Francisco, California


This Just In
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California
Published in In Motion Magazine July 21, 2008


Struggling With Class
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California
Published in In Motion Magazine April 20, 2008



One in A Hundred & Twenty in a Hundred
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California


Three Decades of African Popular Theater
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California


The Law of Unintended Consequences
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Cultural Responses To Social Conditions
from "New Creative Community"
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Schoolhouse to Jailhouse
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Varieties of Otherness
(of the niqab or Hasidic gear or baggy jeans)
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Another !@#*& Learning Opportunity
(The Center for Arts and Culture Folds)
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Cultural Complexity
"The privileged who are driving globalization see only themselves ..."
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Making The World Safe for Hollywood
(U.S. votes against Convention on the Protection and Promotion
of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions)
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Speak and Doublespeak
(about public cultural funding)
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Culture Wars, Round Two
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



When Will We Ever Learn?
(About the Arts, the Rand Corporation, and PBS)
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California



Interview with Tom Goldtooth (2011)
of the Indigenous Environmental Network
"We Cannot Continue To Live Like This"
San Rafael, California
Published in In Motion Magazine January 16, 2012


San Francisco Art Gallery Attacked
for Displaying Political Art
And the poem "Defiant"
by Jack Hirschman
San Francisco, California



Save the Dream - Speech to the March on Sacramento
"Affirmative action is a majority issue that benefits everybody."
by Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
Sacramento, California


A Conversation with Jon Jang and Francis Wong
10th Anniversary of Asian Improv
San Francisco, California



Affirmative Action for White Men?
by Paul Kivel
Oakland, California


Young White Men:
Scared, Entitled, and Cynical - a Deadly Combination

by Paul Kivel
Oakland, California


Affirmative Action, Immigration & Welfare:
Confronting Racism in 1998

How white people can work for racial justice
by Paul Kivel
Oakland, California


Affirmative Action Works!
"Taking action to end racism is the challenge and responsibility
of every single person in our society"
Paul Kivel,
Oakland, California



UC Affirmative Action Policies Come to a Close
by Kris Kohler, UCSA Chair,
Sacramento, California


Leverage Lost
The Nonprofit Arts in the Post Ford Era
A study of the funding of the arts in the U.S.
John Kriedler
San Francisco, California


The University of California: The End of Affirmative Action
-- the Beginning of Privatization?
Interview with Kimi Lee, former Executive Director of
University of California Student Association,
Oakland, California


Stakes is high ... a call to action
by Stacy Hae Lim Lee,
Los Angeles, California


Spike Lee -- Independent Filmmaker
at the Imagination Conference
San Francisco, California


Finding the Power To Do What Is In Your Heart
from Unfinished Business
by Nabila Lester
Berkeley, California


Eyes to Image
A Photo Essay
"My life, my Chinatown and our lives, our Chinatown ..."
Pauline Liang
San Francisco, California


A Crisis in Inner City Education
Text of Speech for “A Crisis in Inner City Education”,
sponsored by John F. Kennedy University
by Frank Marrero
Pleasant Hill, California


Strategies for Cultural Enfranchisement
Edsel Matthews
Oakland, Califonia


Over-Raided, Under Siege
U.S. Immigration Laws and Enforcement Destroy the Rights of Immigrants
by NNIRR -- HURRICANE
Oakland, California


Unfinished Business:
Closing The Achievement Gap At Berkeley High School
by Pedro A. Noguera and Jean Yonemura Wing
Berkeley, California


Listen First:
How Student Perspectives on Violence
Can Be Used to Create Safer Schools
Pedro A. Noguera
Berkeley. California


Transforming Urban Schools Through Investments in Social Capital
Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
Berkeley, California


Confronting the Challenge of Diversity in Education
How we respond to the increase in diversity in America
will be a challenge for many schools and communities,
but it need not be a problem
Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
Berkeley, California


Toward the Development of School and University Partnerships
Based Upon Mutual Benefit and Respect

Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California


Confronting the Challenge of Privatization in Public Education
Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California


Achieving Success Through Shared Accountability in Urban Schools
San Francisco: Improvements are rooted in local initiative and leadership
by Pedro Noguera
Berkeley, California

Preventing Violence in Schools Through the Production of Docile Bodies
Pedro Noguera, Ph.D.
Berkeley, California


Violence Prevention and the Latino Population:
An Analysis of Patterns and Trends
and Prescriptions for Effective Intervention
Pedro Antonio Noguera, Ph.D.
Berkeley, California


Reducing and Preventing Youth Violence:
An Analysis of Causes and an Assessment of Successful Programs
Pedro Noguera
Berkeley, California


A Popular Movement for Social Justice
Defending Affirmative Action
Pedro Noguera
Berkeley, California


Coming to Terms with Violence in Our Schools
Pedro Noguera
Berkeley, California


Two Poems
(movement poem)

Brukman
by Maria Poblet
San Francisco, California


Deep Ecology and the Implications of the Pope’s Encyclical
A Sermon by Paul Rockwell,
Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists,
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 16, 2015


Green Thumbs, Green Minds In Oakland
"... the transformation that takes place in a garden"
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine December 3, 2014


Urban Agriculture Gets Boost in Oakland
“It’s about empowerment and self-reliance,
communities growing their own food”

Victory for Urban Farms and Gardens
at the Oakland City Council
Two articles by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


The Joy of Float Tube Fishing With Kids
"The float tube is a practical, affordable way
to bring nature into the lives of urban youth"

by Paul Rockwell
Lake Del Valle,
East Bay Regional Parks,
California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 19, 2013


The Kaiser Re-run Election Should Not Be Rushed
Why A "Cleansing Period" is Needed
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 27, 2011

Kaiser and SEIU Flouted NLRB Rules:
An Appeal to Overturn the Kaiser Election
by Steve Early, Ellen David Friedman,
Paul Rockwell, Cal Winslow
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine April 6, 2011


The Labor Trial Of The Decade:
The NUHW Case for Overturning the Kaiser Election
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


SEIU: The Trojan Horse Inside the Labor Movement (A book review)
The Civil Wars In U.S. Labor:
Birth of a New Workers’ Movement or Death Throes of the Old?
A book by Steve Early

by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - March 5, 2011


Green
Jobs For The Poor: Obama's New Deal Moment
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


McCain’s Deregulated Chickens Are Coming Home To Roost
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


When Clinton Promoted Outsourcing

by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


Clinton's Vote Against A Ban On Cluster Bombs
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



Never Mind the Voters, Here's the Superdelegates
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


Clinton's Duplicity on Michigan, Florida Delegates
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


“Don’t Shop While The Bombs Drop!”
Re-thinking Movement Strategy
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



“Army Of None" And The Strategy Of Non-Cooperation
Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


History Will Vindicate The Courage of Lt. Ehren Watada
Open Letter To General Charles Jacoby, Jr. at Fort Lewis
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



Judicial Complicity In U.S. War Crimes
Lt. Watada Case, A Day Of Reckoning For Our Courts
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



A Travesty Of Justice:
Stop The Court-Martial Of Lt. Watada
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



One Excellent Reason Not To Join The Military
You May Be Ordered To Kill Civilians
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



How GI Resistance Altered The Course Of History:
“Sir, No Sir,” A Timely Film,
Premiers Week of 4/3/2006
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


When A Marine Speaks Truth To Power:
Why I Stand By My Interview With Sgt. Jimmy Massey
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



Embedded Journalism At Its Worst:
(The Ron Harris Smear Campaign Against Marine Sgt. Jimmy Massey)
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



How Do We Honor Our Fallen Troops In A Wrongful War?
Cindy Sheehan’s Uplifting And Soulful Book
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



Woman G.I. Takes Stand Against War:
Katherine Jashinski’s Courage To Resist

by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California

Recruiting Center Shut Down: “The Power Of The People Is Now”
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



The Trial Of Pablo Paredes and
The Constitutional Case For Military Resistance
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


U.S. War Crimes An
d The Legal Case For Military Resistance
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


Army Reservist Witnesses War Crimes:
New Revelations about Racism in the Military

by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


The Role of Boycotts in the Fight for Peace
Notes on Post-Election Strategy
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



Democrats Right-Wing Follies
Democrats could take a lesson from history:
When they lean right, they lose
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



Death By Lying:
"Military recruiters misled my son, and now he's dead"
Interview with Sue Neiderer
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



U.S. War Crimes in Iraq: A Prima Facie Case
Respectfully submitted to the International Criminal Court
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


Partners in Crime:
U.S. Complicity in the War Crimes of Saddam
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


A Time to Break Silence:
U.S. complicity in Saddam's crimes against humanity
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



When Will We Ever Learn?
Dr. King’s Forgotten Speech on Peace
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



Why Jet Skis Kill
Reckless Endangerment on the Water
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



Ward Connerly perverts the teachings of Dr. King
Paul Rockwell,
Oakland, California


Affirmative Action Raises Standards
An Address on Excellence through Diversity
Paul Rockwell,
Oakland, California


The Forgotten Teachings of Martin Luther King
Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


Dr. King Was Not a "Dreamer"
Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California


Pots and Pans in the William Reed Corridor
(Learning the joy of working in the community)
by Federico Salas
San Jose, California


Interview with Octavia Butler
"... one of the few African American women writing
in the male-dominated science fiction genre"
by Joshunda Sanders
Oakland, California


Philanthropy in the 21st Century Undermining Labor Unions
by Seth Sandronsky
Sacramento, California



Sowing the Seeds of a Culturally Diverse Community
Mat Schwarzman
Oakland, California


California Civil Wrongs Initiative
(including the text of the CCRI)
Students for Social Justice,
Sacramento, California


The Men Behind the Madness
Students for Social Justice,
Sacramento, California


Faces and Places
Part 1: Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi
Photography by Leon Sun
San Francisco, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 12, 2007


Four Serigraph Posters
Malcolm, Palestine, El Salvador, New World Order
Leon Sun
San Francisco, California


Two Days and A Lifetime in Shanghai
Personal Recollections and a Photo Essay
Leon Sun
Shanghai, China & San Francisco, California



Looking Out
A Collection of Photographs and Poems
by Leon Sun,
San Francisco, California


University of California students campaign to win back affirmative action
Interview with Fabiola Tafolla
Oakland, California


Power or Prison
by Judith Tannenbaum
San Francisco, California

Published in In Motion Magazine April 4, 2007


Two African American brothers express themselves
through graphic illustrations
Phillip and Peter Temple
Vallejo, California


No Mo ' Barrio Blues
by Piri Thomas
El Cerrito, California


Interview with Piri Thomas
Parts 1 & 2:
The Inspiration to Write "Down These Mean Streets"
Part 3
Of Prisons, Wordsongs, Self-determination and Laughter
Berkeley, California



Puerto Rico: 500 Years of Oppression
by Piri Thomas and Susie Dodds
Berkeley, California


Born Anew at Each A.M.
by Piri Thomas
Berkeley, California


Seventeen Years and Counting
A history of the indefinite detention of Cuban immigrants
Sarah Town
San Francisco, California


California's education: flunking out
University of California Student Association
Oakland, California


Students React Statewide to Prop. 209 Passage
Building Occupations, Demonstrations
University of California Student Association
Sacramento, California -- with student statements from
Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara and Riverside


Unfinished Business:
Closing The Achievement Gap At Berkeley High School
by Pedro A. Noguera and Jean Yonemura Wing
Berkeley, California


Autumn Moon
Poem and illustration by
Ken Inugai-Yamada
Berkeley, California

Icon art for all regions
by Leon Sun.