Some People at UC-Berkeley

Charisma Acey

Christopher Alexander

Michael Burawoy

Manuel Castells

Karen Chapple

Bradford DeLong

David Harding

Martin Sanchez-Jankowski

Michel Laguerre

Clare Cooper Marcus

Carolyn Merchant

John Powell

Robert Reich

Carolina Reid

Harley Shaiken

Neil Smelser

Sandra Susan Smith

Laura D'Andrea Tyson

Kim Voss

Loïc Waquant

Margaret Weir


Classic Rendezvous: “lightweight vintage bicycles.” Work bikes:, Xtracycle (and Xtracycle weblog, The Pleasant Revolution). Mail-order bicycle: Bicycle Classics, Bicycle Revolution,, Sportsbay, Global Bikes, BikePartsUSA. Amazon’s Cycling and Wheel Sports category. Nycewheels: electronic bicycles. Schizoblog: Italian bike weblog. Roma Pedala: “Ovvero un punto di incontro virtuale per i ciclisti della capitale per promuovere l’uso della bicicletta sia come salutare pratica sportiva sia come efficace strumento per una diversa mobilità urbana, svincolata dalle automobili inquinanti e rumorose.” The New England Musclebike Museum. Enigmatic small-wheeled bicycles. Martino’s Bike Lane Diary. Collects unused bicycles in Britain and donates them to people who need them in Africa. Recycle-a-Bicycle collects unused bikes and helps kids fix them up for themselves. Velorution. collects North American ride descriptions and turn sheets. Moulton bicycles.

Protests: Africa

"Anti-War Protests Sweep Africa" (BBC, 3/23/03):

Other developments across Africa:

  • South African President Thabo Mbeki, whose country has been a prominent opponent of attacks on Iraq, expressed regret, saying the war "is a blow to multilateralism".
  • The United States has shut its embassies in South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya.
  • Nigeria says some of its citizens have been recruited to fight for Iraq against US-led forces and are preparing to leave.
  • Eritrea, one of two African countries to join Mr Bush's "coalition of the willing", said it did support the war but added that it was not directly involved in the actual conflict.
  • Ethiopia said it had offered the United States the use of its airspace and also landing rights, as requested by the US in relation to the Iraq war.
  • Archbishop Desmond Tutu said the attack on Iraq was an "immoral" war in which America was abusing its power.