Monthly Archives: November 2010

Yuri Kochiyama remembers Marilyn

Yuri’s comments at the Bay Area memorial: My friendship with Marilyn began over 30 years ago. After she went to prison I heard the stories of her bravery and her commitment to the struggle. She took strong principled stands against … Continue reading

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Marilyn remembered, mourned, and celebrated in Oakland

The memorial for Marilyn held last night (Nov 7) was deeply moving, bringing together over 400 of her friends, family, and comrades, young and old, artists and activists from Florida, New York, Chicago, Puerto Rico, Northern and Southern California and … Continue reading

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Poetry Contest Announced

The Austin Poetry Society (www.austinpoetrysociety.org) has announced its annual awards contests for 2011. Among 28 contests, to be judged by distinguished poets who are not members of APS, is the “Resistance and Repression Award”, offered in loving memory of Marilyn … Continue reading

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Oakland Memorial Held Nov 7

In response to mgwizard‘s wish: “greetings to all who are attending the Memorial for Marilyn today in Oakland — we look forward to hearing about this gathering, seeing photos, and hearing the poems said and songs sung — please share … Continue reading

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Freedom’s Warrior: The Life and Times of Marilyn Buck

The KPFA Women’s Magazine broadcast an hour-long profile of Marilyn yesterday, November 1, with contributions from a wide range of her friends and comrades. You can listen to it any time on their blog at kpfawomensmag.blogspot.com/2010/11/monday-november-1-freedoms-warrior-life.html

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