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Citizenship & Corporate Power

This is just a reminder to anyone who might have intended to sign up. Michael St. John and I are teaching "Citizenship in an Age of Corporate Power.” Class starts this Thursday, Sept 10th, from 6:00-8:00PM at the Fort Bragg Mendocino College campus. Please call or e-mail if you have questions.

Carrie, 937-2554,

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Fall Semester Community Workshop:


Mendocino College, Fort Bragg Campus

The class, in addressing citizenship in an age of corporate power, will cover a range of sub-topics including elections, activism, the commons, globalization, localization, climate change, public banking, the “new economy”, the rights of nature, and policy making. The class links to, supports, and is supported by the work of Paul Cienfuegos, Jim Hightower, Move to Amend, David Korten, the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, Democracy School, Global Exchange, Jim Tarbell, the Alliance for Democracy, and the many other people, programs, and institutions working to counter the anti-democratic elite and corporate forces at work in our government and economy.

The only prerequisite for this course is an open mind. There is a $25 facilities fee, payable to Mendocino College. Justice Rising: Grassroots Solutions to Corporate Rule, edited by Jim Tarbell and published by the Alliance for Democracy, will be the principal resource material. Other reading materials will be distributed at class. The relevant issues of Justice Rising can be downloaded online free from or purchased at the first class for the cost of reproduction. The class begins September 10, 2015 and continues for 14 sessions (skipping Thanksgiving) until December 17, 2015.

To sign up, or if you have questions, call or write Michael St. John at 937-3711 ( or Carrie Durkee at 937-2554 ( and register for the class by calling Patti Gulyas at Mendocino College, 707-468-3236 or go on line to

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