Contrail Watching for Kids Science Project: Contrail Watching for Kids Web Id: P3 Purpose: Contrails are long clouds made by high-flying aircraft. Because kids are so good at watching clouds, they can be easily taught to identify contrails. Age Range: 6 – 10 Time Required: Young children can observe and report on contrails in only … Continue reading Re-Education Or Science: Is NASA Normalizes Weather Modification For Children In The Classroom?
GFCA 2013 Action plan: - Antisemitism in the Guise of Delegitimization and Anti-Zionism This week in Jerusalem, the Israeli foreign ministry hosted the fourth international conference of the Global Forum for Combating Anti-Semitism. As I previously blogged, this is “a gathering that has served as an important focus for efforts to fight Palestine solidarity activism … Continue reading New Israeli Plan Calls For More “intelligence” Gathering To Disrupt BDS Movement
There Is No Movement Without Rhythm Life has a rhythm, it's constantly moving. Modernity has removed us from nature. Most of us move ideas, not our bodies, across networks, not across fields, under artificial lighting, not sunlight, and produce intangible products in isolation rather than unison. We travel from one box to another box by … Continue reading Life Is Rythm: In Uganda, Rwanda, Or The U.S.
The Center for Constitutional Rights is tracking incidents of repression, big and small. The Center for Constitutional Rights has launched a Palestine Solidarity Legal Support Intake System and Website. To All Palestinian Rights Activists: To All Muslim and Arab Student Activists: To All Human Rights Activists: The Center for Constitutional Rights, in collaboration with the … Continue reading Palestine Solidarity Legal Support: Report Incidents Of Repression
Strong Turnout to Protect UCSC Upper Campus Prompts LAFCO to Delay Decision It was standing room only in the county government center for the Santa Cruz LAFCO meeting on June 6th, where over 50 community members spoke before the commission in support of protecting the forest and open space of the UC Santa Cruz upper … Continue reading Got Fish? Steelhead And Salmon Have A Fighting Chance In Santa Cruz