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To The Editor: On Saturday, April 20, there will be simultaneous rallies in several American cities to protest aspects of the current administration's “War on Terrorism.” In the current political climate, I fear there are many citizens and members of the media who will condemn such protests as unpatriotic, offensive, or otherwise threatening.
I am writing to remind all of us that we live in a democracy whose very heart and soul is the freedom of individual expression and the peaceful, public exchange of differing ideas.
Children and adults will walk, bike, use electric go carts, cars and other non-polluting transportation, according to Karen Hester, the coordinator for Berkeley Earth Day.
“We celebrate different types of alternative transportation,” Hester said.
Interested residents also may climb a wall, do children’s Eco-Art, eat vegetarian food and beer, and go on bicycle hayrides.
Meanwhile, at the Regional Parks Botanic Garden in Tilden Regional Park, the annual California native plant sale involves plants not available in commercial nurseries, according to Ned Mac Kay with the East Bay Regional Park District.
And we are truly saddened and appalled that our nation is threatening to use its military power all over the globe and in violation of the borders of every sovereign nation which does not cooperate with us.
You may not agree with these views, but I trust and hopethat you will welcome our constructive protests as the encouraging signs of a healthy and vibrant democracy, not as something disrespectful or unpatriotic.
“Our organization will have a bunch of environmental topics,” Lumpkin said. It is an opportunity to ask questions.” Children will get to plant seeds as part of the Bay Area Seed Interchange Library.
Berkeley Earth Day 2002 will also feature a number of booths, including the Ecology Center, the Sierra Club, the Berkeley Farmer’s Market and the California Donor Transplant Network, which will give people the opportunity to recycle themselves, she said.
Other participants with booths include such topics as residential solar power, bee keeping, candle making and Save the Bay.
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