Petrol-Free Gypsy Tour ~ part2

The Petrol Free Gypsy Tour is a music & art tour covering 450 miles across Virginia by bicycle over a 2 week period.  I drove the support vehicle (the NOmadjik Veggie Powered Bus).

Part 2 covers crossing Afton Mountain, Twin Oaks Commune and shows in Richmond & Charlottesville.

http://gypsycarnivaltour.org
http://twinoaks.org
http://randomrow.wordpress.com
http://wbch.org

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Petrol-Free Gypsy Tour ~ part1

The Petrol Free Gypsy Tour is a music & art tour covering 450 miles across Virginia by bicycle over a 2 week period.  I drove the support vehicle (the NOmadjik Veggie Powered Bus).

Part 1 covers the lead up to the ride, the first days ride through a consistent rain and the first 2 shows.

http://gypsycarnivaltour.org
http://bluenileva.com
http://darjeelingcafe.com

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Veteran Brothers Ride Till The End of the Wars

You can support or follow the their tour @ http://www.operationawareness.org

3 tour Afghanistan veteran Jacob George and his brother AWOL from the National Guard Jordon George are riding bikes across the country until the war(s) end.

Along the way they play their music, do speaking engagements and raise awareness about the atrocities and illegitimacy of our current wars.

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Bike For The Gulf with Malik Rahim

The ride has been postponed indefinitely.  For more info check the website.
http://www.BikeForTheGulf.org

Former Black Panther and co-founder of Common Ground Collective in post Katrina New Orleans Malik Rahim announces his campaign to ride a bike from Houma LA to Washington DC in support of complete environmental justice for our nations wetlands.

The wetlands protect our shores from hurricanes and filter the waters of both the Gulf of Mexico and that of the Mississippi River.

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BP Oil Spill: Kindra Arnesen Venice LA Needs to Evacuate

updated interview with Kindra
http://mobilebroadcastnews.com/MBN/blog/MBN-Weekly-Rehab-July-25th

The gasping fish video Kindra speaks of is in this clip  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVShXDsGD0I

The Australian 60 minutes show she speaks of is here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcvzkrPL9C4

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Massey Energy Shareholders Meeting Protest

The United Mine Workers of America, AFL-CIO and random environmental groups protest outside the Massey Energy shareholders meeting May 18th 2010.

Features Cecile Roberts president of the UMWA, Kevin Zeese of the Prosperity Agenda and random pissed off miners demanding justice by various means of punishment for Don Blankenship and the Massey Energy board of directors.

http://umwa.org
http://ProsecuteMassey.org

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Petrol Free Gypsy Carnival Tour

http://www.gypsycarnivaltour.org/dates.html

LIVE Streaming of the Shows @
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/petrol-free-gypsy-tour

The Petrol-Free is a bicycle-powered music and art tour to promote peace, social justice, and a healthy planet. On the tour, musicians carry only the essential instruments from city to city on their bicycles. At each venue, amplifiers and other large or heavy equipment are provided by a local band.

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Kent State Shootings 40th Anniversary part2 ~ Jerry M. Lewis

Jerry M. Lewis is professor emeritus of sociology at Kent State University. As a Kent State faculty member in 1970, he witnessed the May 4 shootings while serving as a faculty marshall. Since then, Lewis has been involved in researching, memorializing, and lecturing about the tragedy,

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Kent State Shootings 40th Anniversary part1

http://truthtribunal.org ~ On May 4, 1970 the Ohio National Guard opened fire on unarmed students protesting America´s invasion of Cambodia. Four students were killed and nine were wounded. The incident triggered national outrage in a country already divided over the Vietnam War. In the days that followed more than four million students rose up in dissent across 900 campuses, generating the only nationwide student protest in U.S. history. Fearing civil unrest, President Nixon was taken to Camp David for his protection.

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