The days before the sit-in ended, Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Aaron Bartley, a third-year law student and one of the activists who occupied the administration building at Harvard. He talks about the history of the living wage campaign.
Between The Lines' Melinda Tuhus spoke with Bruce Hamilton, conservation director with the Sierra Club, who discusses the impact these proposed changes could have on threatened and endangered species, and what his organization is doing to fight back.
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April 23 - About two dozen activists demonstrate in solidarity with those arrested and held by Quebec City authorities at the time of the FTAA protests. Solidarity work continues for the Germinal 5 and one more protester still in jail, while funds are being raised for the court battles ahead by the Boston Activist Defense Association and the BGAN FTAA Task Force.
What? Nothing in IndyMedia about the over two dozen ex-intelligence and armed forces men and women who insist that they speak the truth about what they saw but were forbidden to tell. Crashed UFO's, bodies, radar records, photos and..... black ops. cover-up. There are 400 more with impeccable service records who want to also provide sworn testimony to a congressional committee. This concerns PEASE or future control by Bush and Cheny-type of evil empire!