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BAAM Issue 20
21 Apr 2009
The monthly newsletter of the Boston Anti-Authoritarian Movement
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In this issue:
Neo-Nazi Rally in Boston Stopped by Boston Anti-Racist Coaltion
Who's the Dummy Now? - by Jake Carman
The Globe is on its Deathbed - by Jeff Reinhardt
The Lucy parson Center - by Sublett
Anarchist street art - by JB Infernal
The American Dream vs. The Anarchist Dream - by Jake Carman
From Abortion Rights to Social Justice - by Clara Hendricks
Why does the US Government hate its Veterans so Damn Much - by Adrienne
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Thanks for so many chances
21 Apr 2009
Wow Adrienne had an open mind and is so tolerant. I hope I can be more like her.
I learned from her that Victims victimize others but she can see it beforehand, she would never call anyone creepy when she was called that many times. Maybe she can go talk with Israel about Palestine “do on to others what has been done to you”, it’s uncomfortable to talk about oppression but we must get out of our comfort zones to accomplish real change in the world. I hope that next news letter will talk about class being an anarchist is being an iconoclast not being a centrist.
Thanks for your openness!
Brad