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News :: Organizing
February Protests - Calls for Impeachment Increase
07 Mar 2006
State Senator Alan Bates of Oregon and the San Francisco
Rules Committee are recommending impeachment of the Bush
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Announcement :: Human Rights
Academic Collapse and Bureaucratic Despotism in Argentine Culture. Collective Letter to President Kirchner
07 Mar 2006
In order to reach an international audience the main Document has to be written in the english language, and to avoid its contamination with apocryphal signatures a neutral institution like PetitionOnline has to be chosen. A free academic discussion is not possible within CONICET, neither in the rest of institutions that are concerned with education and culture, due to a climate of fear. The present invitation has been signed by a committee of six members.
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LOCAL News :: Education
The Battle for CPCS
07 Mar 2006
op-ed appearing in The Mass Media (UMass Boston student newspaper), March 6, 2006, Vol. XL, No. 12, pg. 8
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Commentary :: Media : Politics
Groundswell for Impeachment
07 Mar 2006
Modified: 11:01:52 AM
A majority of Americans—a majority!—say they think President Bush should be impeached on at least two grounds, lying about Iraq’s alleged WMD threat and alleged links to Al Qaeda to justify an invasion, and NSA spying on Americans without getting a court warrant, but the media and Democratic Party leaders don’t want to admit it.
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LOCAL Announcement :: International
Bullet for the General // Mar 8
07 Mar 2006
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LOCAL Announcement :: Media
Revolutionary musician Fred Ho coming to town!
07 Mar 2006
Modified: 03:40:48 AM
Fred Ho, who has supported the struggles of political prisoners for many years, and performed for free at community events in Boston, is speaking in Cambridge this Friday. This is a chance for us to support him, and to learn more about this remarkable man.
Fri., March 10-"The Artistic Philosophy and Guerilla Career of Fred Ho." (Learning From Performers, OfA, Harvard-Radcliffe Asian-American Association) A conversation with Fred Ho, jazz composer/saxophonist, moderated by Tom Everett, director, Harvard Bands. Dudley House Graduate Student Lounge, (opposite Out-of-Town News and just inside Harvard Yard), 4 p.m. Free and open to the public. (617) 495-8676,
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News :: Environment
06 Mar 2006
Cotton Farmers Sue Monsanto, Bayer, Delta & Pine for Crop Loss
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News :: Human Rights : International
Kissinger Associates started Abu Ghraib rapetorture ctr.
06 Mar 2006
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LOCAL News :: Education
Spreading the Message Unconventionally
06 Mar 2006
oo2.jpgOver the past few days, note cards (like those pictured) were left around Boston, Waltham, Newton, Wellesley, Framingham, and Weston. On the cards, various messages were written, ranging from counter recruitment to anti-biolab. The cards were left for people in unexpected places including phone booths, bathrooms, trains, movie theaters, and restaurants.
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Announcement :: Labor
New Infoshop News podcast
06 Mar 2006
The new installment of the bi-weekly Infoshop News podcast is now available for downloading and listening. The Infoshop News Show features news from the Infoshop News newswire, music, interviews and other features. This edition features the last part of Infoshop's 2005 interview with Jon Bekken, who is a professor at Albright College and longtime editor of the Industrial Worker.
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