This video is just over 1 minute. On Oct. 3, about 3000 people approached the official presidential debate location in Boston at U Mass and faced police with barricades, horses, & pepper spray. Here two people who were pepper sprayed are outraged. This video is best viewed with a fast connection.
Christian Parenti, author of "Lockdown America: Police and Prisons in the Age of Crisis" and Chris Clement, anti-corporate globalization and anti-racist activist, are speaking Wednesday at 6:30PM at the Northeastern University Law School in Boston.
Repost of a message originally posted to the "realdebate-announce" listserv--run by the Task Force to Expand the Debate, the largest Boston Oct. 3rd debate organizing coalition--in response to another post by a Green Party member worrying about how union/protestor scuffles at the debate protests would effect labor-community solidarity.
Detailed information about the Commission on Presidential Debates Board of Directors. It is an outrage that this handful of CEOs have the authority to deny the public access to a vital part of the presidential election. This information is to be available freely; copy it at your discretion. I am still researching the CPD, more information
will be forthcoming...