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BAAM's September Newsletter Now Available
Baam 25.pngIssue #25 of the BAAM Newsletter is hot off the presses and available for your perusal.


Download the PDF at http://baamboston.org/wp-content/uploads/Baam%2025.pdf
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02 Sep 2009 | Filed under: Announcement / Media
Bay State Banner and the Importance of Ethnic Media
banner.pngIn the wake of the potential closing of the Bay State Banner, Press Pass TV talks to Boston community members and media makers about the vital role that Ethnic and community media plays in creating a healthy community.

WATCH VIDEO:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eI0ayglwZY&feature=channel_page
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01 Sep 2009 | Filed under: News / Media
BAAM #24
Untitled Image.pngThe BAAM Newsletter is the monthly publication of the Boston Anti-Authoritarian Movement, a general union of Boston anarchists. Our publication aims to spread anti-authoritarian ideas and practices, and to report on the social struggles of workers, tenants, students, radicals, and others resisting the repression of the state, bosses, landlords and banks.

Inside this issue:
-Garment Workers Revolt: Bangladesh on Fire, Pg 2, by Adrienne
-Papercut in Peril, Pg 3, by Maggie Bond
-Crotch Crisis, Pg 4
-Obama: War is Peace, Pg 5, by Sublett
-The Greek Anarchists, Pg 7, by Jake Carman
-Sacco and Vanzetti: 82-year-old Skeletons in a 19-year-old’s Closet, Pg 8, by Dave
-Worker-run TJ’s Vegan Pizza Closes, Pg 9, by Matt Carroll
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03 Aug 2009 | Filed under: News / Media
BAAM #23 Released!
Baam_23_Complete01.pngThe Boston Anti-Authoritarian Movement's 23rd Monthly Newsletter is now available for PDF Download. Hard copies will soon be distributed to community centers and newspaper boxes.

This month's issue:
-The American Revolution Failed, pg 2
-Dyke March, pg 3
-Dissent and Repression in Iran, pg 4
-The MTA is Dead, Long live the MTA, p 6
-Protesters Voice Concern for Indigenous Massacre
in Peru, p 8
-Technological Emancipation, p 9
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04 Jul 2009 | Filed under: News / Media
Wake Up Jim Cramer! In Iran It’s Much Ado About Something
iranpic1.pngOn the June 15 edition of CNBC's Street Signs, business analyst, Jim Cramer decided to lend his considerable analytical talents to international politics. He described the street protests in Iran following the disputed re-election of incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as, “much ado about nothing.” His proof? The price of oil declined by $1.40 on Monday.

What Cramer found most odd was that Iranians might be even slightly upset that their votes had not been counted. After all, in countries like “North Korea and Syria, there are a bunch of people who don’t vote for the right guy,” and they do not complain when the outcome goes against them. “Obviously,” he said incredulously, “you were able to vote against this guy. But the idea that you thought there was going to be a fair count, I mean…” He then shared a chuckle with his co-host at the expense of the protesters.
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22 Jun 2009 | Filed under: Commentary / Media : Politics
Remembering the Stonewall Rebellion in this week's Socialist WebZine
remember stonewall.pngThe Stonewall Inn, a gay and lesbian neighborhood bar with a large number of African American and Latino patrons, was also well-known as a safe space for those who did not conform to gender norms: butch lesbians, effeminate gay men, and transsexual and transgendered persons before the terms were in popular use. All of these factors brought the police to Stonewall in 1969 for the purpose of illegally raiding the bar, and arresting its occupants -- an action not unknown in New York in the 1960s....
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10 Jun 2009 | Filed under: News / Human Rights : Media
BAAM Issue 22 June
baam22-1.gifThe monthly newsletter of the Boston anti-authoritarian movement.

In this issue:
May Day Around the Globe - by Jake Carman
Have You Heard about the Sales Tax Increase? - by Jeff Reinhardt
Boston Bashes Back Against Exodus - by Dykonoklast
When Pigs Fly and Swine Flu - by Kassie Carlson
"ICE, ICE Get out of the way, Happy Mothers' Day" - by The May Day Committee
BAAM Creates Education Working Group - by Molly
Ithaca NEAN Assembly Reportback - by Adrienne
Calendar with upcoming events

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03 Jun 2009 | Filed under: News / Media
BAAM #21 May Day!
Baam21 Complete-1.pngThe Boston Anti-Authoritarian Movement's 21st newsletter celebrates May Day 2009.

"In the U.S. in the late 1800s, workers in general and migrant workers in particular
faced abysmal conditions on the job. Workers, including children, could suffer 16 or more hours a day under dangerous, stifling sweatshop conditions to earn starvation wages and live in cramped quarters. Like today, workers poured in from all over the world to pursue the American Dream through their own honest labor. Workers came from Ireland, Italy, Germany, China, Russia, Japan, Spain, Mexico, Norway, Syria, Slovakia, Poland and elsewhere in search of better lives. When they arrived, however, they faced blatant racism and hate, just like migrant workers do today. Eking out hard livings in tight-knit ethnic communities, most were considered second-class citizens, regarded as diseased criminals, untrustworthy scoundrels and, more importantly, a cheap and dispensable source of labor..." (download PDF for full article)
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01 May 2009 | Filed under: News / Media
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