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Announcement :: International
The Omniscience of Memory
16 Apr 2005
Except for the recallable memory, especially the one in human beings, there is not a single entity in this universe that knows more about the changes taking place in this universe. This is so, because whatever the whole content of the universe is undergoing, it is but a "change of condition." The fact that man has the ability to recall the impressions of the "past condition" recorded in our brain as memory is indeed worth our admiration. If the claim that no other creatures, not even those from outer space, have recallable memory turns out to be true, we are definitely left with no other choice but to accept it as fact that man is the only creature capable of knowing the course of events of the whole content of the universe. Now, who actually is this creature that we call man?
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LOCAL News :: Education : Human Rights : Labor
Day 2, United We Dream Tour: Framingham
15 Apr 2005
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LOCAL Announcement :: Environment : Globalization : International : Organizing : Technology
June 18-21 *** Converge in Philadelphia *** BioDEMOCRACY / Reclaim the Commons!
15 Apr 2005
Join us to challenge the corporate crime, poisons for profit, and flagrant lies of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (www.bio.org), at the time of their annual international convention, with a creative uprising for truth, life and justice!
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News :: Human Rights
Australian Beauty Facing Indonesian Firing Squad
15 Apr 2005
Schapelle Corby: Schapelle Corby, a 27-year-old Australian, faces a maximum punishment of death by firing squad after 4.1 kg of cannabis were found inside her unlocked bodyboard bag at Bali airport last October. Schapelle is believed to have been an innocent victim in an Australian domestic drug smuggling racket between Sydney and Brisbane. The criminals however, did not remove the drugs in Brisbane according to the plan and Schapelle, unbeknown to her, arrived in Bali with drugs that had been planted in her bag along the way.

PLEASE JOIN PETITION TO BRING HER HOME.
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Commentary :: Organizing
Aleph.
15 Apr 2005
Modified: 10:08:38 AM
Horizon.
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News :: Politics
Fascist Dictator Calls For Double Standard On Email
15 Apr 2005
Bush draws the line on Email. The government can read your email, but he doesn't want you reading his.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Human Rights : Labor : Organizing : Politics : Social Welfare
Day of Solidarity with the Bromley Heath Workers
14 Apr 2005
After two years of "negotiations", workers employed by the Bromley Heath Tenant Management Corporation (TMC) are still without a new contract.
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LOCAL Commentary :: Politics
Tax Me More
14 Apr 2005
This Tax Day, I'm telling Congress to stop giving me tax breaks. I'm wealthy. I don't need them, and they're bad for our country.

As a teacher, I can't look my students in the eye and tell them millionaires should get tax cuts while schools and libraries are hit with budget cuts.
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News :: Media
The SHORTWAVE REPORT 4/15/05 ¡LISTEN GLOBALLY!
14 Apr 2005
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, China, Cuba, and Russia.
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News :: Human Rights
Famed Artist Paints Abu Ghraib
14 Apr 2005
"Fernando Botero’s latest paintings go beyond anything he’s ever created in the past. He’s completed his masterwork, a suite of 50 large oil paintings depicting the horrors perpetrated by Americans at Iraq’s infamous Abu Ghraib prison." (A variety of articles about the intersection of art and politics can be found at the Art For A Change web log: www.art-for-a-change.com/blog)
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