The following flyers were written to let people know about the Puvungna Sacred Site Struggle. We distributed them at various gatherings to keep our supporters up to date. Taken chonologically, the flyers provide a good overview of the history of our strug
gle. Sandy McMillan also wrote an excellent series of articles for the Los Altos Neighbor. These are available under Puvungna News.
The flyers listed below were written by Gene Ruyle and for the most part distributed as the Peter Carr Peace Center News.
This flyer addresses some of the fiscal issues involved in the plan to lease public land to private developers for a strip mall. It was also put out in preparation for the General Faculty Meeting which was called at the demand of CSULB faculty to disc
uss Puvungna, the Organic Gardens, and the West Village Center.
This flyer was put out to address the issue of archaeology after campus officials claimed that they had to destroy the Organic Gardens in preparation for an archaeological survey. It was first distributed on June 8, while the Gardens were being fenced
off, and the Indian Prayer Vigil distrupted.
This was put out as a general information flyer and widely distributed in 1994 and 1995. It had minor updates and editorial changes during this period. This was the period when the CSU appealed the Preliminary Injunction all the way to the California
Supreme Court, and lost at every step.
This flyer deals with President Maxson's pledge to preserve Puvungna
space, the removal of the fences and staging area, and the cleanup of the
site. However, the legal battle remains as bitter as ever, as CSU
attorney's spend hundreds of thous ands of dollars to attack Indian