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Threat of No Debt Card Sponsors (Act-Indy) (english)
Address: Medford Axes, Action across communities
27 Sep 2003
Some more redunancy & consolidation of "what's happening", or what one can make happen; heard during No Censorship Radio's weekly "annoucements", Friday's 6:30-8:00 p.m. AirwaveWEB for details; NCR follows Free Speech Radio News, www.fsrn.org; Local Edition (local global returns next Thursday; DN! now on noon to 1 p.m. John Grebe, Sounds of Dissent 10-noon, Martin and Hank have changed days and times. www.goodexample.info/airsch.html
"The Boston Global Action Network FTAA Task Force has officially
changed its name to Boston Fair Trade Action (BOFTA)."
Hey 'BackBusters, why use 'whowho for your mail? Why not 'promote'
BankBusters Film Festival at The
Coolidge ("The theatre is run by the Coolidge Corner Theatre Foundation, a
non-profit organization." Relatively independent? But for sure one of a few!),
For Linda P., No Censorship Radio, the reason John
Pilger (www.robert-fisk.com/john_pilger.htm) might have sounded familiar when
you were on air might be related to his being described as the 'Noam Chomsky of Australia' or
something to that effect but I can't locate now. I suspect like
Professor Chomsky he does not want to be personified. Also in
Manufacturaing Consent or
Noam Chomsky:" A Life of Dissent, probably both credits
individuals worldwide who through their efforts amomng much else when he
arrives for a talk it's not soley dependent on 'word of mouth'.
One of the films that
was shown on the first day, Friday, was
The New Rulers of the World? (excerpts from the book by the same title above)
Globalization. You hear about it on TV and you read about it in the
papers. We are all part of one big global village, where national
borders and national identities no longer matter. But what is
globalisation? And where is this global village?
Ambassador Charles Dunbar, "Unpopular Muslim-World Governments: Can
Washington Live With (Or Without) Them?". September 30, 2003, 4:30
p.m. 77 Massachusetts Avenue,
Sponsored by the MIT Center for
MIT Western Hemisphere Project includes students, alumni, faculty,
and staff. Our goal is to bring the diverse MIT community together to
examine and better understand the relationships among peoples,
governments, and corporations in the Americas."
The group was on Radio with a
View back when student groups with a community connection were a
The Battle of Chile: The Coup d'Etat
A documentary by Patricio Guzman
Saturday, October 4, 6 pm / MIT Room 6-120
The Pinochet Case
A documentary by Patricio Guzman
Saturday, October 11, 6 pm / MIT Room 6-120
The Other September 11: A Discussion with Noam Chomsky & Sergio Reyes
Terrorism & regime change in US foreign policy in Chile & beyond
Saturday, October 18, 10 am - 4:30 pm / MIT Wong Auditorium
United for a Fair Economy (silly me missed the films and event at
YMCA in Central Square, Cambridge, MA...See referenced site.
What's planned for February 15, 2004. Unless you soley listen to only one
form out of many of public radio, the sort that is underwritten and they claim how
wonderful and balanced they are, or just network ad sales news, and such
then maybe you didn't hear of the concerns and action expressed worldwide.