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Re: “Second Friday Arts! Arcata

Fire Arts Center is located at 520 SOUTH G STREET; not the above address!

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Posted by Cate Be on 03/12/2015 at 9:37 AM

Re: “Second Friday Arts! Arcata

Don't miss Sierra Martin's work at 3 Foods Cafe! We're at 835 J Street - right behind the Coop.

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Posted by Jennifer Horrigan Shipman on 04/07/2014 at 12:11 PM

Re: “Arts! Arcata

YOU HAVE THE WRONG ADDRESS WE ARE LIVE FROM NEW YORK PIZZA 670 9th steet off the plaza 822-6199 not on 1504 g. steet that was our old location 5years old. please correct immediately

Posted by LIVE FROM NEW YORK PIZZA/RESTAURANT on 04/07/2010 at 7:10 PM

Re: “Second Friday Arts! Arcata

Re: The CDSS Adoption Services' photo display of foster children. Adoption isn't always a beautiful experience, especially for the adoptee. When the children become adults, they WILL be discriminated against. I am an adult adoptee born in the State of California in 1969. I do not have the same civil rights as non-adoptees in this country. I cannot access my original birth certificate or my sealed adoption records. My "amended" birth certificate has been falsified showing my adopted parents as my biological parents. My original birth certificate with my true biological identity and names of biological parents was sealed when my adoption was finalized a year after I was born. I do not have access to family medical history and cannot locate family members to give or receive organ donations, if needed. I can't fill out the "Family History" on any doctor's forms. I have to put: "N/A I'm adopted". This endangers my health and the health of my children. Since 9/11, adoptees are being denied passports out of the country because their birth certificates are amended. We are being kept captive in our country just because we are adopted! I should be able to go down to the Vital Record's Department and purchase a certified copy of my original birth certificate like non-adoptees can. My heritage, my ethnicity is being withheld from me. This is a gross injustice. Adoptees are not second-class citizens and should not be treated as such.

Posted by Mara on 02/14/2009 at 7:46 AM

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