“Our mission is to seek and disseminate truths about the terrible crimes committed on September 11, 2001, exposing gaps and deceptions in the official story. Our goal is to inspire more eyewitness revelations, truthful media coverage, and a movement that will bring the responsible criminals to justice and eliminate governmental and corporate policies that enable criminal elements to commit such acts.”
We hold meetings twice a month from 7:00pm to 10:00pm
First Thursday – Berkeley
Third Thursday – Berkeley
1606 Bonita (near Cedar and Bonita) upstairs in the Fireside Room,
Berkeley, CA 94709
(for a google map click here)
Sometimes the locations vary, so see the events list for the latest info.
In the planning meetings we discuss upcoming actions and events. These are facilitated (we pick one of us to be the facilitator) and follow an agenda. Usually the first half an hour is informal discussion before the meeting gets underway. First-timers are invited to discuss but don’t get to vote on proposals. Agenda items consist of things such as planning for new events, discussing and analyzing recent events, new developments in the 9/11 Truth Movement, strategy, how we can get connected to other groups, how best to reach the public, and other such consistent with our mission statement. We often bring materials to the meeting such as flyers, “club cards”, books, and videos, for folks interested in doing activism or doing more research. All are welcome.
We are an unincorporated association, with no paid staff, that works via the efforts of many people who volunteer their time, donate their skills, talents and resources to do research, public outreach, organize rallies, marches, events, and produce and generate media. We depend upon our volunteers.
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