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"Fuck War" (and Cars) Radiate in Peace, Mary Hansen (english)
16 Dec 2002
Modified: 24 Dec 2002
Recalling a patch a women was wearing at Copley, 10 December, International Human Rights Day. Don't even have to ask if corp-media mentioned the day, etc. Age representation at least 15 (and currently reading Marx's Capital to 70 (though I didn't see Hank Faunse who would have raised the range a bit more)! Another thing corp media misrepresents, along with various voices, literally too.
See also:
http://lynx.dac.neu.edu/j/jzappia/tenyearsgone.html
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www.critical-mass.org awareness (english)
24 Dec 2002

Let the "traffic" be people, bikes, walkers....

Wellington Station - it's all connected.

Shopping centers often appear designed to be driven to and from but the logic of such for train stations where "moving sidewalks" to transport people from the garage to station, narrow walkways through parking lots with cars narrowly missing you as you walk in, direct path "entrances" from the street as opposed to stairs for anyone who chooses to walk down inclined hill path rather than "out of way" and more. At least after some many years stairs were added on one side of Route 16.

http://www.neumu.net/datastream/2002/2002-00180/2002-00180_datastream.sh --->

"Since the tragedy, cyclists coast to coast in the United States from Boston, Providence, R.I., and New York City to Santa Cruz, Calif. and from Sydney, Australia to London have been discussing the idea of organizing Critical Mass events in Hansen's honor. Critical Mass lobbies for bike lanes and looks out for the safety of cyclists. At its events, bicyclists protest while riding en masse to raise consciousness about the need for driver safety. At minimum, Hansen's death is raising solidarity among cyclists and awareness amongst the general public."
See also:
http://www.critical-mass.org