MIT chose James Wolfesohn, president of the World Bank, as commencement speaker. MIT students, family, and friends arrived at commencement to encounter Memorial Drive blocked off by barricades, penning in a small but lively group of protesters. As graduates filed into the commencement area, they marched directly past a face off between a battalion of police in riot gear and a group of World Bank protestors.
THE FASCIST CORPORATIONS HAVE BEEN RUNNING THESE TERRORIST OPERATIONS OVER SEAS FOR MANY YEARS NOW THEY ARE MAKING A MAJOR ACTION HERE IN THE U.S. ROUND UP TIME FOR ALL DISENTERS DEATH CAMPS ARE IN YOUR NEAR FUTURE
Pattrice Le-muire Jones of the Global Hunger Alliance gave a teach-in last weekend on the World Food Summit, engaging the concerns of animal rights, environmental, globalization and hunger activists alike. Recorded by Nancy Horn. 46:18.
...for strict work rules without funding childcare or education. Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Terry O'Neill, the National Organization for Women's membership vice president, who discusses the battle over welfare reform which now moves to the U.S. Senate.