NATIONAL LAWYERS GUILD March 2002 SF BAY AREA CHAPTER CONTROVERSIAL LAND USE NLG POST SEPT. 11 TH NEWS WORK CONTINUES AT HASTINGS UC HASTINGS ALUMNI! Contact Hastings, the Law School that Ate the As the government continues on its mission to Tenderloin, to oppose the garage! wage war on dissent, condone the most recent wave of racial profiling, hold prisoners incommunicado both by Andrew Taylor domestically and in Guantanamo, set up military tribunals, conduct an illegal war in Afghanistan and UC Hastings plans to build an 885 space-parking garage on the lot it threaten more, and nuclear, wars, the Guild is also owns at the corner of Golden Gate and Larkin. A wide range of community planning for a long struggle. groups, such as the St. Anthony Foundation, Sierra Club and the Tenderloin On the afternoon of September 11th, 20 people Housing Clinic want Hastings to include housing and reduce the number of met in the Guild office to discuss plans for the new parking spaces because homes for people, not cars, would better serve the period; 10 activists and 10 Guild attorneys. The activists community and Hastings. Hastings is exempted from local zoning ordinances as had called us immediately, said they feared a backlash a state agency. on them, and asked what supportthe NLG could offer. Although Hastings began developing the proposal two to three years That was the birth of the Know Your Rights brochure, ago and has an agreement with the State to provide 300 parking spaces for which has been translated into Spanish, Farsi, Arabic employees at the State Office Building located across the street from the site, and Portugese, (availavble at www.nlg.org), with over Hastings first announced its intent to build the parking garage last November. 60,000 distributed in the Bay Area and South Bay The administration at Hastings informed the student body by burying the news alone. In addition, the Guild’s 24-hour hotline was within a three-page memo distributed during the winter break, although every established, and continues today. chance it gets Hastings claims to build the garage for the students. Two hotline calls have received national press The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) released by Hastings coverage: the woman who was contacted by the FBI to comply with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act and threatened with a Grand Jury subpoena because of inadequately considers alternatives and uses unreasonable assumptions to conclude her work with Women in Black (which silently protests that the garage will cause no significant impacts, freeing it from a legal obligation the treatment of Palestinians), and the man who was to mitigate those impacts. As both project sponsor and lead agency, Hastings has visted by the FBI after talking at his health club about the legal authority to identify and evaluate the environmental impacts of the the war, oil and bombing. A recent call was from a man proposed garage, and then certify those results without ever submitting them to who was being held in INS detention. We provided an another agency for approval. attorney to represent him at his bond hearing. The judge The DEIR does not consider mixed use alternatives, like eliminating granted reduced bond, the INS attorney didn't object, parking spaces to make room for housing units, which have been shown to work then an INS agent said he could not be released because and generate more revenue than would the proposed parking garage. The only he was from Pakistan. We called a reporter from the alternative the DEIR considers, other than not building the garage, is removing San Jose Mercury news, and an hour after he called the the elevator equipment apparatus, which reduces the height of the garage from INS, the man was released. 107 feet to 80 feet. I call this “with the party hat” or “without the party hat” The Chapter has held an MCLE for criminal because it is superficial and an alternative in name only. defense attorneys about political grand juries, and an The DEIR also laughably asserts that only people already driving will MCLE for immigration attorneys about bond, detention park at the proposed garage, shifting from where they park now, and that 885 new and deportation issues. We were recently approached parking spaces in downtown San Francisco will not cause a single person to start by a member of Filipinos for Affirmative Action, which driving. If Hastings assumption were true, the parking lot that would most likely is organizing with the airport security workers who will lose business would be the Civic Center underground garage, revenues from lose their jobs because of their lack of citizenship. She which go into the San Francisco General Fund. asked for help with the increase of wrongful discharge Hastings has not considered or is simply indifferent to the impact of the cases stemming from the racism that September 11th garage on the Tenderloin. Many individuals at a public comment hearing on has unleashed. We are looking for labor and employment March 6 stated that the lack of foot traffic on the streets around the garage will attorneys who are interested in helping. We have also create an environment in which crime can flourish. Others stated that the garage established a speaker’s bureau which averages about and the influx of automobile traffic will increase the pedestrian death rate in the two engagements a week, addressing the domestic Tenderloin, the second highest in San Francisco, especially in light of the many consequences of September 11th. continued on page 3 continued on page 3 GUILD BRIEFS to work on federal court litigation, asylum, and deportation defense. March Qualifications: Experience in immigration law preferred. Spanish 20 CHALLENGE ON THE STREETS; A Community Forum language required. Good computer skills. Ability to work to Share Perspectives on Homelessness in Japan and the U.S. 6:30 collectively. Salary commensurate with experience. - 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, 2002 Institute of East Asian Send resumes with cover letter to: Studies, UC Berkeley (2223 Fulton Street, 6th Fl.) Dennis Schmoeckel, Law Office Administrator Van Der Hout & Brigagliano 23 March and Rally in Defense of Airport Screeners Assemble 180 Sutter Street, Fifth Floor, San Francisco, CA 94104 11a.m. at Oakland 12th St BART; March to Fed Bldg for 1pm rally Via e-mail to email@example.com or facsimile to 415/981-3003. in Square. Bay Area Labor Committee for Peace & Justice. Info: Labor4Justice@aspenlinx.com Trial Lawyers For Public Justice (TLPJ) is accepting applications for 2-year fellowship. The Baron-Brayton Fellow is for recent law 24 Annual Cesar Chavez Holiday Parade and Festival. 11 am school grads and will begin in Sept. 2002 in TLPJ's Oakland offices. assemble Justin Herman Plaza, SF Noon parade to Civic Center for The Fellow will help develop, coordinate the handling of, and festival. Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez' brother Richard are litigate TLPJ's cases. The Fellow will help expand TLPJ's docket by Grand Marshals. Kicks off 40th anniversary of UFW. Call the office networking with other public interest groups and working if you want to arrange to carry the NLG banner. collaboratively with TLPJ's staff attorneys. Send resume, transcript, writing sample and two references to: Baron-Brayton Fellowship, April Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, One Kaiser Plaza, Ste. 275, Oakland, CA. 94612. Website: www.tlpj.org. 11 Ward Churchill on COINTELPRO at New College Theater, 777 Valencia, SF, 7pm 15 NLG Civil Rights Committee meeting 6:30pm Contact LAW STUDENT ORGANIZER JOB OPEN Patti Roberts for location firstname.lastname@example.org or 510/893-2860. The Law Student Organizer (LSO) works under the supervision of 18 Wobblies on Trial: Roots of FBI Repression, featuring the Executive Committee of the San Francisco/Bay Area NLG to Utah Phillips, co-sponsored by the IWW, Humanist Hall, 390 27th coordinate activities and organize law students among the Bay Area St, at Broadway, Oakland, 7pm NLG student chapters. Emphasis is placed on organizing at New College, USF, UC Hastings, UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall), Golden Gate 20 National Marches Protesting the War Abroad & at Home University, and Stanford. In addition, the LSO works to foster In SF: 11am gather at Dolores Park; Noon march to Civic Center. chapters at JFK (Walnut Creek), UC Davis, and Santa Clara. The Info at: www.internationalANSWER.org LSO is expected to work 5-10 hours per week at $12 per hour. Responsibilities include: Participate in executive committee conference calls that precede JOBS — AVAILABLE & SOUGHT board meetings. Present monthly report to executive committee on Attorney seeking contract or fulltime employment. Work experience NLG activities at the law schools. consists of primarily labor and employment law, but willing to work Act as an organizer and a liaison of law students with respect to in other areas on a contract basis. Contact Scott M. De Nardo, 702 chapter activities: for example, LSO should publicize chapter A 14th Street, San Francisco, CA 94114, 510/847-1104, activities at the schools, bring requests for information from the email@example.com. school chapters to the Board, and disseminate job postings to the school chapters. Paralegal position wanted; permanent or contract work welcome. Work with National student vice presidents to coordinate Bay Earned paralegal certificate while a prisoner in Folsom & Corcoran Area student involvement in national campaigns. State Prisons. Obtained an Order to Show Cause in pro-per habeas Coordinate law school events, such as monthly and biannual petition in the Northern District. Especially interested in work for events (e.g. Alternative Law Day in the fall and the National Law a progressive criminal or civil rights office. Stanley Goff, 650/870- Student Day of Action in the spring). 8464 or Goffs@mail2world.com. Organize regular meetings with student chapter representatives and recruit and retain new and existing law student membership. NLG Law Student in final semester at USF seeks part-time Assist chapters in sponsoring at least one Guild event per semester employment approx. 10 -15 hours per week. Available long or short at each school. term through May for research or other legal support. References, Work in coalition with other student groups. writing sample, etc. upon request. Please contact Bill Metke: 415/ 642-9675 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Send resumes to: National Lawyers Guild/LSO Position Paralegal. Van Der Hout & Brigagliano, a nationally renowned, full- 558 Capp St., San Francisco, CA 94110 service immigration and nationality law firm, is seeking a paralegal contact Riva Enteen 415/285-1055 (tel) 415/285-5066 (fax) Hastings, con't from front Post 911 Work , con't from front senior citizens who call the Tenderloin their home. Finally, Hastings has an obligation to replace the housing With all this consistent work beginning immediately following it destroyed when it demolished two residential hotels that formerly the event, the Chapter was able to obtain funding to hire part-time stood on the site. Hastings claimed that the 1989 earthquake staff to do Post 9-11 work. damaged the buildings beyond repair but independent evaluations The Guild National Executive Committee (NEC) decided at disputed that conclusion. Hastings now claims that providing our annual convention in Tuscon last October to launch a national housing to the general public does not conform with its educational NLG Post 9-11 Project based in NYC. The national office is mission. Conveniently for Hastings, providing parking to the moving, so at the February NEC meeting, it was decided to move the general public does conform with its educational mission. national Post 9-11 Project to San Francisco (pending our board Hastings will publish the final Environmental Impact approval, which was given) for three months until the national office Report for the garage on April 12, 2002 but does not plan to begin is established in its new office location. Thus, we have funding for construction until August. Randy Shaw, Executive Director of the a full time staff person for three months, who will develop both local Tenderloin Housing Clinic, has stated that if Hastings continues and national post 9-11 work. After the national project moves back with its plan, it will be seen as a "declaration of war" against the to NY, we intend to obtain funding to continue the local organizing community. Father Kelly, of the Tenderloin Neighborhood work. A person has been hired and will begin next week. Development Corp. has declared that people "will be standing in National work will include developing Guild contacts around front of the bulldozers, should they appear." the country and facilitating their organizing efforts by sending out Everyone, and especially concerned Hastings alumni, Know Your Rights brochures and CD’s, speakers bureau materials, should contact the UC Hastings Board of Directors to inform the and press releases for local media work. The chapter work will Board that their current proposal is unreasonable and should be include overseeing the hotline and speakers bureau, helping with scrapped, and that a revised proposal for the site should honestly more local outreach into impacted communities, holding student consider the impact upon the Tenderloin and San Francisco and the visa clinics at local colleges with large a large foreign student actual needs of the student. enrollment, and working with local coalitions. To contact the UC Hastings Board of Directors directly The goal of both the national and local work is to help build and individually, contact Susan M. Thomas, General Counsel and resistance to this period of repression. If you are not yet involved Secretary, Hastings College of the Law, at 415/ 565-4715 for that in this work and would like to know how you can plug in, please call information. Otherwise, contact or write to the Board of Directors, Riva at 285-1055 or e-mail her at email@example.com. c/o Susan Thomas, General Counsel and Secretary, Hastings College of the Law, 200 McAllister Street, San Francisco, CA 94102. For information about the proposed parking garage, contact JUVENILE JUSTICE TASK FORCE David Seward, Chief Financial Officer, Hastings College of the Law, 415/565-4710, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For San Francisco Supervisor Matt Gonzalez recently established information about alternatives to the garage, contact Central City a Juvenile Justice Task Force, which will study how the City spends SRO Collaborative, 415/771-9850. its money on juvenile justice, and how it can improve the allocation of City resources. He requested that Program Director Riva Enteen Andrew Taylor is a first year law student at UC Hastings College of hold one of the three seats on this six-month task force because of the Law who is an active member of the UC Hastings NLG Chapter. her five years’ experience doing budget advocacy through the email@example.com. People’s Budget. Guild member Whitney Leigh was also appointed to the Task Force. The Chapter is forming a committee of people DONATE YOUR OLD SUITS interested in working on juvenile justice issues, particularly people who have experience with the system and ideas for how services can Several years ago, the Litigation Section of the State Bar be improved. The committee will help Riva develop the work of the started its Law Suits Program to benefit those in need with used Task Force. Please call Riva if you are interested:415/285-1055. professional clothing. The Section is now taking the program statewide. This year, in association with the Men's Wearhouse, the Litigation Section announces a statewide clothing drive to support men and women who are transitioning from assistance programs to WISH LIST self-sufficiency. During the month of March, simply drop off your used suits (men's or women's) at any Men's Wearhouse store. The Since the office is growing its program and staff, it is in need of: suits will be donated to nonprofit organizations that help jobless Computer (prefer Mac will take PC if printer available) people find work. You will receive a receipt for your donation and Compatable Printer a 10% discount on all future Men's Wearhouse purchases through 4-drawer Filing Cabinets the Men's Wearhouse VIP Program. Please join me in donating suits to this worthy cause. Your participation will make a difference. March with the NLG contingent at the West Coast Thank you for your time and consideration. Curtis D. Parvin, Esq. Anti-War March on April 20 in San Francisco. Look Chair, Litigation Section of the State Bar of California for the NLG banner at Dolores & 18th Sts. at 11:30a.m. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org EARTH FIRST! VS THE FBI & THEATRE NIGHT AT OPD; HISTORIC LAWSUIT BERKELEY REP BEGINS APRIL 8TH Join with NLG members at a night of theatre for a performance of Tony Kushner's HOMEBODY/KABUL on Wednesday, May 29th On May 24, 1990, Earth First! organizers Darryl Cherney and and for a reception with the director. Judi Bari were the victims of a motion triggered car bomb as they drove through Oakland on a tour to promote Redwood Summer, a The Chapter has arranged for tickets for this exciting new production nonviolent direct action campaign opposed to logging the last old at the Berkeley Rep Theater. We will also have our own reception growth redwoods. The FBI and Oakland Police showed up at the with the Rep's Artistic Director, Tony Taccone. bomb scene within minutes and quickly arrested the pair for transporting the bomb, despite ample evidence that Judi was the The Guild office is selling these tickets with reception as a fundraiser intended target. The Alameda County DA eventually refused to for $50 a seat. This is only $8 above individual ticket prices and press charges against the pair due to lack of evidence. No real those don't come with a reception. investigation to find the bombers was ever done and the bombers remain at large today. Instead the FBI used the bombing as an Please send in your check payable to the NLG, 558 Capp Street, San opportunity to vilify Earth First! and expand surveillance of Francisco, CA 94110. Tickets will be held at the door. Don't delay nonviolent environmentalists. as the supply is limited and it is a first come,first serve basis. In 1991, Judi and Darryl filed a civil rights lawsuit against the FBI and Oakland Police Department for false arrest, illegal search HOMEBODY/KABUL By Tony Kushner and seizure and conspiracy to violate their first amendment rights. The lawsuit is exposing the FBI's continued use of the notorious and "Ours is a time of connection; the private, and we must accept this, now illegal “COINTELPRO” program- the FBI campaign to, in the private is gone. All must be touched. All touch corrupts. All must their words, “disrupt and neutralize” political dissidents. Judi died be corrupted." from The Homebody of breast cancer in 1997 but the case survives and is scheduled for trial April 8, 2002 at the Oakland Federal Courthouse. The Homebody, a bored, emotionally imprisoned but wildly intellectual English woman, finds refuge and escape in the alternate What You Can Do to Help! world of Afghanistan, which she romanticizes with the help of a Come to the trial!! Beginning April 8th, 2002 and continuing tourist guidebook. Her mysterious disappearance in Afghanistan for six weeks, Monday-Thursday 8:30 am-1:30 pm at the Oakland prompts an ensuing search by her husband and daughter who arrive Federal Courthouse, 1301 Clay St (Clay at 13th St). in the foreign land unprepared for the adventures and contradictions Donate money to the legal fund. Make checks payable to that await them. Earth First! In their quest for truth and closure, the lines between the real For more information contact: and the unreal, the political and the personal, the public and the Earth First! / Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters private, the psychological and the sociological, are intentionally 2530 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702 blurred and artfully ambiguous. As in his previous work (Angels In (510) 548-3113 www.judibari.org America, Hydriotaphia, Slavs!), Tony Kushner's ability to provoke, entertain, reinvent and reconstitute language is astonishing; with May 24, 2002 is the 12th Anniversary of the bombing of Judi Homebody/Kabul, Kushner reaffirms his status as one of the most Bari and Darryl Cherney. important and dynamic contemporary dramatists in the world. http://www.berkeleyrep.org/ CENTER FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT THROUGH LAW Low income youth of color in our community experience The young people participating in the program also learned oppressive attitudes and policies on a daily basis. Harassment by the about law from a progressive standpoint on the Boalt Hall campus, police, prosecutors with sole discretion to charge children as adults, conducted mock trials, explored current political events, and met and drastic cutbacks in educational services are only a few examples. community activists. Julie Posadas, an executive board member, The Guild is enabling young people to learn about and change the developed a segment of the curriculum that not only helped them legal system rather than becoming victimized by it. understand how the juvenile justice system works, but tied that Through a partnership with the Center for Youth knowledge together with communication skills that will enable the Development through Law, last summer an Oakland high school youth to advocate for themselves and work for systemic change. student named Adela Armas interned with Rob and Riva in the San Please help bring these opportunities to more youth of color Francisco Guild Office, and gained a tremendous sense of this summer by contributing financially, hosting an intern in your empowerment. Many other low income young people interned in office, or becoming a mentor. Be a catalyst for social change (and legal aid and progressive law offices thanks to the efforts and maybe get some extra help around the office as well)! Call Nancy financial contributions of Guild members. Schiff, 510-642-4520. NO MORE PRISONS REBECCA YOUNG by Rose Braz FUNDRAISER Julie Drous, Liz Grossman, Freya Horne, Fran Ternus, Julie Our campaign to stop California from building yet another Traun, Nina Wilder and Betsy Wolkin are hosting a fundraiser to prison is reaching a turning point. Legislative aides tell us that the support and buoy their friend and colleague, Rebecca Young. $12.5 billion deficit and a declining prison population give us a real Rebecca is a Guild member, criminal defense attorney, founding chance to stop Delano II during UPCOMING BUDGET HEARINGS, member of Women Defenders, Professor at New College of the Law, BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP! mother of two young sons, and wife and partner of Bill Harris. After winning our historic lawsuit, generating more than Bill Harris is facing murder charges and resources are going 1000 comments in opposition to the new prison, and amassing a to build a successful defense. Please join these women in making broad statewide coalition, we have a real opportunity to eliminate personal gifts to Rebecca to help with some basics to maintain a 2002-03 funding for the prison. semblance of “normal life” for the kids and family. We are asking organizations to SEND or SIGN ONTO a Join them for food and wine on Thursday, March 21, 2002 6- LETTER or use it as a sample to write your own. Text of the letter 8:30 pm at 1010 Grayson Street, Berkeley. (Exit I-80 East at Ashby. can be found at www.criticalresistance.org. Make first left on Seventh St. Three blocks to Grayson, turn right.) We need you to let Sacramento know that people across the Donations at the door. RSVP Liz Grossman 510/548-5106 or state oppose the prison and strongly prefer that the state spend $335 email@example.com. If you can’t come, send a donation to million plus interest (another $300 million) and operating costs (up Rebecca Young at the above address, Suite One, 94710. to $120 million per year) on programs which will benefit California. We need to get the letter to the legislators who sit on the budget committee and your local representatives by April 8. Fax letters to Critical Resistance at 510/444-2177. If you have any questions, please call or email us. Congratulations to chapter members Stephanie Godt In Solidarity, & Ellen Novogrodsky on the birth of their daughter Rose Braz Craig Gilmore Chava Orli Novogrodsky-Godt. Critical Resistance CA Prison Moratorium Project 3/5/02 11:20a.m. 6lbs 3oz. 510-444-0484 510-652-6633 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com THE IMPACT FUND PRESENTS MCLI GALA FOR PEACE APRIL 6 “CALIFORNIA’S EQUAL JUSTICE by Ann Fagan Ginger STEALTH WEAPON: Remember the Free Speech Movement? Your first draft GOVERNMENT CODE 11135” client in the Vietnam War? The first wheelchair picket you represented? The first deportation case? Last year the U.S. Supreme Court’s Sandoval decision dealt Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute is inviting all the lawyers, a devastating blow to challenges of governmental conduct that activists and clients from 1965 to 2002 movements to tell their adversely impact protected classes. Meanwhile, in California, stories at its Gala for Peace on Saturday, April 6, 2002, 10 a.m.-10 recent amendments to Government Code 11135 have created a p.m. This event will celebrate as the UC-Bancroft Collection puts potent, though little known, alternative. As amended, the statute MCLI’s unique 11,000 human rights case histories (1955-’95) creates a private right of action to enforce the statute and regulations online for the world. Viewers can also gain access to 400 cartons of against discrimination by the state, governmental subdivisions, and MCLI material from NLG files and those of other human rights recipients of state funding. organizations and cases through the Bancroft. Come to this “brown bag” seminar to learn about the statue From 1 to 5 p.m., four groups of panelists will discuss social and its regulations and how we can effectively use it to challenge movements in the United States over the past four decades. Panelists discriminatory conduct. include: Steve Bingham, Doris Walker, Gus Newport, Fran Beal. Award-winning journalist Amy Goodman of Democracy Where: Hastings Civil Justice Clinic, 100 McAllister Street, 3rd Now, Pacifica, and Congressmember Barbara Lee (D-CA) will be floor, San Francisco honored at the reception from 5 to 8 p.m. at the UC-Berkeley Alumni When: Wednesday March 27, 12:00 – 1:00 House, near Bancroft Way and Dana. Entertainment and dancing Speaker: Brad Seligman, Executive Director of the Impact Fund will follow from 8 to 10 p.m. with surprise guests. (and involved in drafting recent amendments to Code 11135) Steve Birnbaum, MCLI president, says all NLG members and friends are particularly invited to become sponsors and to send Please RSVP no later than March 22 by emailing greetings to the Gala Journal. Call 510/848-0599, fax 510/848- Rebecca@impactfund.org or calling 510/845-3473, ext. 301. Visit 6008, firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.sfsu.edu/~mclifc their website at www.impactfund.org to lean more of their activities. NLGSF has a new website! TAKE ACTION! PROTEST THE NOMINATION OF BUSH AND http://www.nlg.org/sf BLAIR FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE NLG Executive Board member Dan Mahoney, who is the Executive Director of Workplace Fairness, has put our chapter They say that satire died when Henry Kissinger was awarded on the World Wide Web. He has done a spectacular job, taking the Nobel Peace Prize, but if a Right-wing Norwegian MP has his the theme from the design of our Annual Report. Please take way, the Nobel committee will be spitting on its grave. the time to check out the website. It is a great recruitment tool; Harald Tom Nesvik, a member of the Norwegian Parliament you can read a history of the Guild, as well as find out current from the Right-wing Party of Progress, has nominated U.K. Prime happenings. You will find many things on the chapter website Minister Tony Blair and U.S. President George W. Bush for the including: Nobel Peace Prize for "decisive action against terrorism, something Membership brochure (Join the Guild) I believe in the future will be the greatest threat to peace." According Committees and contacts to the provisions of Nobel, the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize "shall Newsletters (Publications page) have done the most for the best work for fraternity between nations, Our chapter's Annual Report for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses." Calendar section Urge the Nobel Institute to reject the nomination of Tony Testimonial Dinner information (including ad journal form) Blair and George W. Bush. Reckless and ever-expanding pursuit of A brochure on the Racial Privacy Intiative (Program page) war is not peace, and awarding the Peace Prize for massive world- Information on The People's Budget (Program page) wide military campaigns would be a slap in the face of peace and The Announcements page will include action alerts and the justice activists world wide. Classifieds - Jobs, etc. We would like to link members' business websites For more info on the Bush and Blair nomination see: http:// from our Members page. Please email us the URL of www.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,3604,645075,00.html your firm or office website for inclusion: email@example.com To take action, go to: A great big thank you to Annabelle Ison and Ison Design for http://www.eskimo.com/~cwj2/actions/bushblairnobel.html the design and layout of our Annual Report mailed out in January. 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