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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The Ohlone, for all of San Francisco to see

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
Photo: Ann Marie Sayers, Ohlone, gazes at the images on Cloit Tower. Photo Brenda Norrell.

SAN FRANCISCO -- The images of the Ohlone people on Coit Tower tonight were absolutely magical. High above San Francisco, on a hilltop above the bay, Ann Marie Sayers spoke of the Ohlone people as the images were shown on this high tower for the people of San Francisco to see. This was a creative act of excellence, when art becomes true art, reflecting the original energies, as Mark Toby once said.
Mary Jean Robertson broadcast live on KPOO tonight. Coit Towers shows films and images on the tower until dawn:
Celebrating the 40th year anniversary of the Occupation of Alcatraz.
The Alcatraz Sunrise Ceremony begins at dawn on Thursday morning, from Pier 33.
LISTEN LIVE: KPFA Online San Francisco: Alcatraz Sunrise Ceremony
Thursday November 26th at 6:00am

Listen to the AIM West 40 Year Anniversary of the Occupation of Alcatraz:
(Videos of Nov. 24 and Nov. 25)

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