Radio Frequency Identification
Berkeley's Nuclear Free Act

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Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID) and Berkeley's Nuclear Free Ordinance. Dr. Helen Caldicott, the noted author and world acclaimed anti-nuclear activist in Berkeley - a benefit to support SuperBOLD (Berkeleyans Organizing for Library Defense) in its legal challenge of the City Council’s waiver of the Nuclear Free Berkeley Act (NFBA) for the Berkeley Public Library. Speakers include Dr. Helen Caldicott, Andrea Turner of East Bay Peace Action, Maxine Ventura, Phyllis Owen of Western states legal foundation, Peter Warfield of the Library Users Association, Gene Bernardi of SuperBOLD, attorney Michael Lozeau. Redwood Gardens, Berkeley CA. (6/27/2009)
Helen Caldicott in Berkeley Peter Warfield speaking on Library RFID Helen Caldicott in Berkeley
Helen Caldicott in Berkeley Gene Bernardi RFID library gathering attorney Michael Lozeau addressing Library RFID gathering
Helen Caldicott in Berkeley Andera Turner, East Bay Peace Action Helen Caldicott in Berkeley
 

Berkeley Board of Library Trustees Community Meetings - Berkeley Citizen

  • Berkeley Library Board Special Meeting, West Berkeley Library (4/17/ 2005) Archived
  • Staff Layoffs, Empty Shelves & RFID: Berkeley's Library Community Speaks Out Berkeley Library Board of Trustees Meeting Public Comments - South Berkeley Senior Center. April 27, 2005
  • RFID Protest Rally - Gene Bernardi, Jeffrey Mittman, ACLU, Peter Warfield, Library User Association, Marca Lamore, SEIU 535, Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Phoebe Anne Sorgen, Leuren Moret, Funky Nixons, Maxine Ventura.(6/21/2005)
  • Community Informational Forum On Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
    South Berkeley Senior Center - Sponsored by Berkeley Public Library Board. Speakers include: Paul Simon, Senior Applications Engineer at Checkpoints Systems, Inc., David Molnar, UCB Graduate Student in Computer Sciences Department, Gordon Wozniak, Ph.D. Research Scientist-retired.(also was a Berkeley City Councilmember), Mary Minow, Attorney and Consultant, Karen Coyle, Digital Library Consultant, Lee Tien, Senior Staff Attorney for Electronic Frontier Foundation AND Public Comment. (8/1/2005)
  • Town hall Meeting on RFID Radio Frequency Identification, Host: Gene Bernardi - Panel speakers include: Peter Warfield, Library Users Association SF, Nicole Ozer, ACLU, L Lloyd Morgan, Retired Electronic Enginee,r Doug Loranger, San Francisco, Barbara McNabb, ACLU, Lisa Hesselgesser, Berkeley Public Library - Music: Maxine Ventura, Hali Hammer & Randy Berge -Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, (9/7/2005)
  • Berkeley Peace and Justice Commission: RFID, 3M & the Berkeley Nuclear Free Act (1/2009) Archived
  • Library Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Berkeley's Nuclear Free Ordinance. Dr. Helen Caldicott, the noted author and world acclaimed anti-nuclear activist in Berkeley - a benefit to support SuperBOLD (Berkeleyans Organizing for Library Defense) in its legal challenge of the City Council’s waiver of the Nuclear Free Berkeley Act (NFBA) for the Berkeley Public Library. Speakers include Dr. Helen Caldicott, Andera Turner of East Bay Peace Action, Maxine Ventura, Phyllis Owen of Western states legal foundation, Peter Warfield of the Library Users Association, Gene Bernardi of SuperBOLD, attorney Michael Lozeau. Redwood Gardens, Berkeley CA. (6/27/2009)
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