Saturday's art-making session was supposed to be a warm up to Sunday's action, but New England weather had other plans, and the art stretched into the action as demonstrators carried still wet banners, flags, and drums. (article 1)
The artmaking session on Sunday was supposed to be a warm up to Sunday's demo, but New England weather had other plans, so the artmaking carried into Sunday as activists paraded still wet flags and drums.
The artmaking session Saturday October 13th at MIT was supposed to be a warm up for Sunday... but do to classical damp New Englang Fall weather the artmaking went well into the demo as activists carried wet flags and drums around town.
Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with author and columnist Nat Hentoff, who says that despite their concern about safety, Americans should oppose a "coup d'etat" against the Bill of Rights that he and other civil libertarians fear has been underway since the Sept.11 terror attacks(A RealAudio Version of this interview may be found At http://www.btlonline.org).
10/14: Over two thousand marched and rallied in Boston for alternatives to war in Boston's biggest demonstration yet calling for justice with peace in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist acts.
A wad of Kleenx encrusted with a "suspicious fluid" was discovered in the Fleet Bank Headquarters building at 100 Federal Street, Boston MA this moring, prompting security staff to close down the third floor until it could be collected by police and CDC officials.
As the Bush administration prepares the country for a new war effort against Afghanistan, Iraq, and other supposedly "terrorist" nations, a new generation of Boston activists have reclaimed the city's tradition of defiant anti-war protest and taken to the streets...