On June 22, hundreds gathered on the Boston Common for a rally to defend the civil liberties of all, both citizens and immigrants, against the repressive measures of the Bush administration. At any one point, there were 300 people gathered, but there was also a heavy turn over, indicating that many more than that came through in support.
An interview with Amer Jubran, member of the Jaoudat Abouazza Defense Comittee. On June 16, Jaoudat had four teeth removed against his will by a dentist at the Bristol County Jail in Massachusetdat in jail. He speaks here of the torture and efforts to investigate it.
(mp3, 21.4 megabytes, 14:51 minutes)
Boston took part in the nationwide antiwar organizing
event, the `Pledge of Resistance' in Copley Square,
June 4. About 100 gathered to demonstrate and listen
to speakers describe the damage being done to their
countries and ours by US policies and tax dollars.