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Announcement :: Human Rights
Sacco and Vanzetti Memorial Parade! Schedule
21 Aug 2006
Come to the first annual Sacco and Vanzetti Memorial Parade! Stop the repression of immigrants and anarchists!
Sunday, August 27th, 1pm: First Annual Sacco and Vanzetti Memorial Parade. Meet at Stony Brook T stop at 1pm to demand amnesty to all immigrants, freedom to the prisoners of the Green Scare, and the end of political

1pm: potluck picnic, music, poetry
2pm: Jesse Diaz of LA's March 25 Coalition for Immigrant Rights
Speeches from: Bob D'Attilio, Sacco and Vanzetti Historian
Stephanie and Erin from BADL on the Green Scare
2:30: Open Mic- Share your ideas
3pm: Parade!
4pm: Memorial Service for Sacco and Vanzetti

more info/get involved: Jake @ trenchesfullofpoets (at)

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Re: Sacco and Vanzetti Memorial Parade!
22 Aug 2006
Great work!
background info previously posted @ the bimc
23 Aug 2006
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were two Italian immigrants who came to the United States in 1908 in search of a better life in a free society. After years of working hard at modest jobs for little pay, they were wrongfully accused of murder and robbery, arrested, imprisoned, and executed. Though they had evidence to prove thier innocence, they were the victims of a witch hunt because they were anarchists and immigrants. Sacco and Vanzetti died because they lived in a country and time where immigrants and radicals faced brutal political repression... [follow link]
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23 Aug 2006
The fact that they caught with the same guns that were used in the crime ( they hadballistic tests back then) didn't help there cases too much. Even Upton Sinclaire, who championed their cause, admitted in private that Sacco was guilty ( triggerman) and Vanzetti may or may not have been with him when the crimes occurred. Sinclaire's letters about the matter were uncovered in the early 1990's.