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SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR SCHOOL FOR DISARMAMENT National and regional anti-nuclear organizations have joined together to organize a “Missile Silo Peace School,” scheduled for July 4 in Montrose, Missouri. The school will be held on Ralph and Mary Fran Clay’s Black Angus cattle ranch, also the location of Missile Launch Site J2, an underground silo housing a 1.2megaton Minuteman nuclear missile. The July 4 school will be held in a grove of trees next to the J2 site and will cover various aspects of resistance to nuclear weapons policy, including nonviolent civil disobedience \(no CD actions are planned topics, including the farm crisis, environmental issues, and the oppression of women and minorities. Free tent-camping and some meals will be provided. Motel rooms are available in nearby towns. No fee for attending, though contributions will be accepted. For information, contact Nukewatch, P.O. Box 2658, Madison WI 53701.. WOMEN & THEIR WORK ART EXHIBITION The work of Austin photographer and new-forms artist Laurie Gant will be featured from May 24-June 23 at the Women & Their Work Gallery, 1501 West Fifth St. in Austin. Gant will perform each Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 12 p.m. and on Saturdays at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Gant’s work is described as a mixedmedia sculpture and includes video projection and participation by the artist as a part of the work. For information, call PRISONERS’ ART “Con Safos: Forbidden Expression from the Bexar County Jail,” an exhibit including 50 photographs of images created by prisoners on the walls in the old Bexar County Jail will be displayed from , June 5-July 22 at the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio. For information, call GAY ISSUES ARCHIVES The Happy Foundation, founded to col lect and document life in the gay commu nity in “San Antonio, Texas, and beyond,” is requesting information on gay issues. The organization, named in honor of San Antonio entrepreneur and civic and arts patron Hap Veltman, is organized for chari table, scientific, literary, and educational GEORGE C. MCLEMORE San Juan, Texas, 1984 OBSERVANCES June 16, 1873 Susan B. Anthony arrested for voting. June 17, 1963 Supreme Court bars mandatory Bible reading in schools. June 17, 1972 Watergate break-in. June 18, 1954 Elected Guatemalan government overthrown in CIA-sponsored coup. June 24, 1964 Three civil-rights workers Chaney, Goodman, Schwernermurdered near Philadelphia, Mississippi. June 27, 1905 Industrial Workers of the June 28, 1969 Gay Pride Day. Stonewall rebellion in New York City marks advent of the modern gay-rights movement. purposes. For information, or to submit material, contact Gene Wesley Elder, 411 Bonham, San Antonio, TX 78205. Or, BLACK ARTS ALLIANCE IN AUSTIN “The Colored Museum,” a play by George C. Wolfe, will be presented from June 21-July 1. Programs for 8 p.m. are sched uled for June 21-23 and 28.-30. On June 24 and July 1 a 2:30 matinee is scheduled: the door for general admission and $7 advance and $9 at the door for BA -A” members, students, and senior citizens. : THE OTHER SUMMIT An alternative economic summit will be held in Houston July 6-8, directly preceding the official Economic Summit. The will allow economic experts and grassroots activists to discuss the environment, economic justice, and the quality of life. On the agenda are Soviet-U.S. relations, ec’o= logical economics, and economic selfreliance. For more information, contact WALKER EVANS IN FORT WORTH Of Time and Place: Walker Evans and William Christenberry will be on display at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth from April 27 June 24. Juxtaposing pho-. tographs taken over a 50-year period by Evans and Christenberry, this exhibit explores the common ground these artists shared in their studies of Hale County, Alabama. Admission is free. The museum is closed on Mondays. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and on Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m. 1933. BENTON EXHIBIT IN AUSTIN Laguna Gloria Art Museum in Austin will present an exhibit entitled “Thomas Hart Benton: Drawings from Life,” June 9 -July 29. Dr. Francine Carraro of Southwest Texas State University will give an informal talk on the exhibition Sunday, June 24, at 2:00 p.m., and a video program on Benton’s life and career will be shown every Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. GREYHOUND BUS PICKET Unionists and supporters will rally on June 30, from 4-6 p.m. at the Austin Greyhound station to support the Amalgamated Transit Union’s four-month-old strike. The depot is located just west of I-35 on 2222. Following the rally, at 7 p.m., will be a benefit at the AFL-CIO’s 11th Street headquarters with food, drink, and live music. If you’ve ever ridden the dog, turn out and walk the line. 22 JUNE 15, 1990