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Announcement :: Environment
Boston Social Forum
16 Mar 2004
This is a listing of programs with Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky and others that will be taking place in order to support the upcoming Boston Social Forum. Also: info about the BSF and a link to the website.
In order to raise money for the upcoming Boston Social Forum the following events will be taking place.

Howard Zinn & Michelle Shocked will be appearing together on Tuesday, March 30, 2004 @ the 1st Parish Church in Harvard Square.
The address is 3 Church St.
Ticket prices are on a sliding scale: $10 (students) - $20 (Solidarity)

All proceeds will go to facilitate the upcoming Boston Social Forum to be held July 23-25.

To purchase Tickets Contact: Boston Mobilization @ 617-782-2313

Noam Chomsky, Michelle Shocked,
Rumba Cuatro, Jake the Snake,
Shadowbox and the Reagan Babies

Date and Time: April 4th
Location: Middle East Club (Downstairs)
Tickets: $10 (allows you in & out access all afternoon and evening) available at the Middle East Box Office, Ticketmaster, or by calling Boston Mobilization at 617- 617-782-2313

What is the Boston Social Forum?

The BSF will take place July 23-25, 2004, on the campus of the University of Massachusetts at Boston. —just days before the Democratic National Convention. What better time to showcase our vision of a more just world?

Through a series of workshops, plenary sessions, and giant convocations of the entire forum, BSF is encouraging progressive organizations of all kinds to showcase their best analysis of the present, and their best projections for the future, across the breadth of human knowledge—politics, economics, science and technology, culture and faith—in the context of corporate globalization.

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