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LOCAL Announcement :: Organizing : Politics
Court Tuesday March 22 for Jamie +2 Others
22 Mar 2005
Court Tuesday March 22 for Jamie +2 Others
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Commentary :: Organizing : Politics
The Face of Protest is A Changin'
21 Mar 2005
Modified: 22 Mar 2005
The critical issue to emerge from this weekend is not medical ethics, but the failure of the US anti-War movement to focus public attention on the fear, death and suffering caused by President Bush's foreign policy. There are two reasons for this failure: control of the media by political forces that support the Evangelical agenda, and refusal of the US progressive movement to move beyond the protest style of the 1960s anti-war movement. As a result, the new face of protest in America has shifted from anti-war to religious militancy.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Organizing
Two Minutes of Silence for Dr. King
21 Mar 2005
April 4th, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Monday, April 4th, 2005 will mark the 37th anniversary of this tragic day. It is however, widely acknowledged throughout the world that Dr. King was our drum major for peace and justice.

Exactly one year before his assassination, Dr. King spoke at the Riverside church, in Harlem, New York. While his speech, Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence, speaks specifically about the violent and inhumane devastation that the US military unleashed on Vietnam – his words have a familiar echo to the crisis in the world today, particularly in Iraq.
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News :: Politics
German Police Baffled by Bush Poo-Flags
21 Mar 2005
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News :: Politics
Intellectual Ferment in the Party
21 Mar 2005
QUESTION: I was just wondering if you could speak a little bit to how--while not throwing out democratic centralism or something like that--how do you have the party in the mix of all of these ideas? You went to China and you talked to these people around how China was opening up to the West and saying Marcos was a great leader and this, that and the other, and you were asking these people in the Chinese party and they didn't have the answers. And part of it is: did those people not have the answers, or did they have some questions on it, but they were more debating it internally and they couldn't talk to you about it? How can you have the mix of people being able to be in the midst of all the questions that are going on, intellectually--political questions, but also in the ideological realm--without breaking democratic centralism? How do you have people in the mix of that, being able to engage it and even in some ways go off in the wrong direction in order to eventually get to the right direction, but then not have that cause a splintering effect. You know?
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LOCAL News :: Politics
protest pictures
21 Mar 2005
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LOCAL Announcement :: Media
Boston Indymedia Video/Radio Teams Seek Footage/Materials
21 Mar 2005
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Boston Indymedia would like to include your footage, photos, audio files, etc. in our media.
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LOCAL News :: Politics
More Photos- Brownshirts, Protests, & Pigs
21 Mar 2005
Here's some more pics of yesterday.
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Review :: Gender
Prostitution and its Social Consequences
21 Mar 2005
Modified: 05:24:03 PM
Sisyphe website delivers cutting edge analysis of women's condition and of other important issues, notably prostitution.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Human Rights
Cult of Power: Sex Discrimination in America and What Can Be Done About It
21 Mar 2005
(BOSTON, MA)  Ford Hall Forum presents Cult of Power: Sex Discrimination in America and What Can Be Done About It. With Martha Burk (author and chair of the National Committee of Women's Organizations). Discussion moderated by  Susan Shaer (Executive Director of WAND). Presented in collaboration with the Old South Meeting House, as part of the Partners in Public Dialogue Series. Tuesday, April 12, at 6:30 pm. Followed by a discussion and book signing. Admission: free and open to all. Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street (corner of Milk St.), Boston, MA. Wheelchair accessible and conveniently located near the State St. and Downtown Crossing stops on the MBTA. For information call Ford Hall Forum 617-373-5800 or visit
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