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LOCAL Announcement :: Media
AMC2006 - Now Is The Time!
20 May 2006
Allied Media Conference:
"From Truth To Power... because being right is not enough."
June 23-25, 2006
Bowling Green, Ohio
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LOCAL Announcement :: Politics
9/11Truth Radio Interview-May 21 at 8 a.m. WZBC
20 May 2006
9-11 Truth Radio Interview- Sunday, May 21, at about 8AM on WZBC
Boston 9/11 Truth Group Movie Presentation-May 24 at 7 p.m.-West Newton Cinema
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News :: Politics
Stop U.S. Intervention in Nicaragua's November Elections
20 May 2006
Stop U.S. Intervention in Nicaragua's November Elections!:
Educate yourself and take action!
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News :: Globalization : Human Rights : Labor : Organizing : Politics : Race
Justice for the Chevy's Fresh-Mex Workers!
20 May 2006
Modified: 06:05:28 AM
Supporters around the country should call the following numbers:

800-4-CHEVYS (national corporate offices)
209-839-2241 (Tracy Chevy's, ask for Greg, the manager)
925-960-0071 (ask for Gary, the franchise manager of the Tracy Chevy's)

and demand immediate reinstatement and compensation for the workers who were fired or who quit in protest.
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Announcement :: Human Rights
US Senate declares English the “national language”: a boost to chauvinism and racism
20 May 2006
The Socialist Equality Party unequivocally condemns the vote by the Senate on Thursday to make English the “national language” of the United States. The measure, added to the Senate immigration “reform” bill, is the but latest in a series of reactionary, ignorant and short-sighted moves aimed at shoring up the right-wing base of the Bush administration and the Republican Party, with the most far-reaching and anti-democratic implications.
The proposal is a sop to right-wing and fascistic elements who are working to whip up intolerance and hatred against immigrants in general, and Hispanic Americans in particular. It underscores the deeply undemocratic and unconstitutional essence of all of the measures being enacted in the name of “securing the border.”
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LOCAL News :: Organizing
Operation: Over benefit Raises Money and Awareness
19 May 2006
Modified: 11:06:10 PM
biolab.JPGOn Friday, May 19, activists hosted a benefit show in Wellesley, MA for Operation: Over. Featuring music and a short presentation, the show helped raise people's awareness about the biolab that Boston University is attempting to build, despite widespread community resistance and the serious safety risks involved.
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Commentary :: Politics
Sheehan Labels Bush’s White House: “A Crime Scene!”
19 May 2006
On May 18, 2006, activists attempted to deliver a “Don't Attack Iran” Petition, which was signed by over 43,000 individuals, to a White House official. The bureaucrat refused to accept it, despite the fact that the Right to Petition the government for a redress of grievances is a right older than the Constitution and a cornerstone of the First Amendment. A defiant Cindy Sheehan then labeled George W. Bush’s White House: “A Crime Scene!”
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News :: Social Welfare
Some Iraq war vets go homeless after return to US
19 May 2006
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Commentary :: Human Rights
BTL:NSA Domestic Surveillance Tests Constitution
19 May 2006
Modified: 12:04:56 PM
Interview with Chrisopher Pyle, former intelligence officer and professor constitutional law, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
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LOCAL News :: Human Rights : International
The Torture Question: A documentary
19 May 2006
Monday, May 22 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Brookline High School Auditorium
115 Greenough Street
Brookline, MA

A documentary originally broadcast on PBS in the fall of 2005. The film explores allegations of mistreatment and torture at Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad. Written, produced, and directed by Michael Kirk (Brookline resident). He will be joined on a panel by:
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