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Announcement :: International
Solidarity with Venezuela
07 Jun 2005
Announcement about meeting to travel Venezuela on 2006.
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LOCAL Announcement :: GLBT/Queer
Faux Christian Literature
07 Jun 2005
A call for volunteers.
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Commentary :: DNC
Time for an Economic Bill of Rights
07 Jun 2005
It is time for the Democratic Party to put up or shut up by making an Economic Bill of Rights an enduring element of it national platform.
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News :: Media
9000 US Soldiers Dead!!
07 Jun 2005
The smoking gun that killed 9000 troops, now where is that downing street memo?
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News :: International
Stranded French Pilots Got Brush-Off from Rumsfeld's Pentagon
07 Jun 2005
Modified: 11:10:40 AM
It’s not any port in a storm, apparently, if you happen to be a squadron of French pilots running low on fuel and options. In Bush/Rumsfeld America frog pilots are on their own if they need a pit stop in a hurry.
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News :: Environment
Sacramento Gets Its! Kids Aren't Lab Rats
07 Jun 2005
Author Assemblymember Cindy Montanez (D., 39th District), stands up for the health of kids, teachers, and school employees.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Organizing
11th Hour Action to Protect Us from BU'S Bioweapons Lab!
07 Jun 2005
Modified: 01:40:17 AM
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LOCAL News :: Social Welfare
Worcester’s War Against the Poor
06 Jun 2005
Panhandling Press Conference Small.jpgThe City of Worcester recently unveiled billboards across the City, promoting the new “Panhandling is not the Solution” marketing campaign. Billboards are just part of Worcester’s multi-media campaign to crackdown on Worcester’s eight panhandlers. The campaign also includes street signs, fliers, radio psa’s, TV, street signs and soon supermarket checkout handouts. Great use of time Worcester!

The anti-panhandling initiative is just part of an ongoing assault on those who are poor which also includes never-ending attacks on the PIP shelter, the growing anti-social service agency campaign, and efforts to ‘sterilize’ the front and back of Worcester City Hall.
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Commentary :: Environment
Audio from Mike Ruppert presentation on Peak Oil
06 Jun 2005
author: viva audioista

Listen to Michael Ruppert's talk in Portland on 6/2/05 here!
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LOCAL Announcement :: Media
Free Movie night- "The War Photographer"and "Testimonies from Falluja" w/Dahr Jamail Wednesday June 8th
06 Jun 2005
At the Lucy Parsons Center, 549 Columbus Avenue in the South End neighborhood of Boston Indymedia is presenting two films. "Testimonies from Falluja" with narrative by Dahr Jamail and "War Photographer" a documentary about the incredible James Nachtwey. Descriptions of the fims are below. Show time is 7pm! Free! Free! Free!

Directions


By train/public transportation: Take the Orange Line to the Mass Ave. stop, or the Green "E" line to the Symphony stop. Walk south on Mass Ave for a minute or two. Go left onto Columbus Avenue for 1-1/2 blocks. Lucy Parsons Center will be on the left.


By bus: Take the #1 Dudley/Mass Ave bus to the corner of Columbus Avenue and Mass Ave. Walk east on Columbus Avenue 1-1/2 blocks. Lucy Parsons Center will be on the left.


By car, from Storrow Drive: Exit at Copley. Go left at the light, onto Arlington Street. Continue approximatley five blocks until Columbus Avenue. Go right onto Columbus Avenue for approximately eight blocks. Lucy Parsons Center will be on your right. If you reach Mass Ave, you've gone one block too far.


From I-93 N or S: Take the Storrow Drive exit. Continue 1-2 minutes on Storrow and exit at Copley. Go left at the light, onto Arlington Street. Continue approximatley five blocks until Columbus Avenue. Go right onto Columbus Avenue for approximately eight blocks. Lucy Parsons Center will be on your right. If you reach Mass Ave, you've gone one block too far.
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