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September 11 Response Calendar

Thursday October 25, 2001



• 7 p.m. 

Peace Satsang with Swami Sitaramananda – Open Gathering for Prayer, Chanting, Meditation, Healing and Peace Talks 

Honoring the Victims of the Sept. 11th Events. All Welcome. 

First Congregational Church of Berkeley 

2345 Channing Way 273-2447 


• 7 - 9 p.m. 

Rebuilding lower Manhattan 

Morrison Room, Main Library,  

UC-Berkeley Campus 

A discussion sponsored by the School of Journalism, the Program on Housing and Urban Policy and BRIDGE Housing Corporation in collaboration with the architecture firm of Kaplan, McLaughlin, Diaz. 


• 7 - 9 p.m. 

Freedom in Jeopardy: Threats to Civil Liberties in the Wake of Sept. 11 

2050 Valley Life Sciences Building 

UC Berkeley campus 

Speakers from the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, the Lawyers Committee on Civil Rights for the Bay Area, Electronic Frontier Foundation, UC Berkeley administration and hosted by the Berkeley ACLU. 

Speakers will address legislation that organizers say “will drastically threaten the civil liberties of everyone in this country.” 


Thursday, Nov. 1 


• 7 p.m. 

The first Bay Area Appearance of members of the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan 

Mills College 

Campus Chapel 

5000 Mac Arthur Blvd. 



Tuesday, Nov. 6 


• 7 p.m. 

Dr. Hamid Mavani speaks on “Islam and Its Background” at a free lecture and discussion presented by the Berkeley Public Library. Dr. Mavani is the religious director of the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California, based in Oakland.  

South Branch of the Berkeley Public Library 

1901 Russell St. 644-6860.