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A List of Resources for You and Yours
12 Nov 2001
A list of re-source-es.
Resources

Events:

Weekly Peace Vigil at Copley Square, Tuesdays 5:30-6:30pm (See Below)
ACT_MA list of local events

Media Online:

Zmag.org-Online digest of news analysis with Noam Chomsky, Robert Fisk, Edward Herman, and more
Commondreams.org-Breaking news and views from the Progressive Community
Fair.org-Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting
Campus Peace Page-Collection of sources on campus actions nationwide
The Guardian-UK Newspaper Website with in-depth analysis of war in Afghanistan http://www.guardian.co.uk/

Local Radio:

88.1 FM WMBR (MIT)
90.3 FM WZBC (Boston College)
91.5 FM WMFO (Tufts University)

Local Groups:
United for Justice With Peace - Coalition of local groups that has organized weekly peace vigil at Copley Square-
American Friends Service Committee- Quaker organization committed to social justice and peace-
BGAN - non-partisan network of grassroots organizations
ADC (Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee)
Boston Mobilization -
Oxfam America - Assists in Third World development

Peace vigils at Copley Square will be followed by organizing meetings at 6:45, across the street at the Community Church of Boston, 565 Boylston St. For information, contact United for Justice With Peace at or call the American Friends Service Committee at 617-661-6130 or afscnero (at) afsc.org.

Have you been Harassed?

If you have been harassed by the police or the FBI because of your ethnicity or religion, or if you have questions about your legal rights, contact the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) at 617-482-3170. The Boston Nonviolent Support Network provides physical, non-violent escorts to Middle Easterners, South Asians, Muslims, and Sikhs. If you would like an escort, or wish to be an escort, call 617-338-9966.
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