Come check out K'naan, a Somali-born, hip-hop artist who incorporates world music, reggae, and politically conscious lyrics with a live band and magnetic performances. Guest appearances from Mos Def and tour mates Stephen Marley and Jr. Gong are common on his current US dates. He'll be performing in Boston at the Avalon Ballroom on May 9th.
Durante el gobierno de fujimori,fuí obligado a renunciar a mi trabajo,bajo la modalidad de renuncias voluntarias.Luego de muchos años de lucha en el poder judicial de mi país,logre demandar al estado peruano ante la CIDH.Por favor leàn la página web.www.melendez.tk Muchas gracias
Every 4th friday of the month we gather at the Community Church of Boston to address issues affecting lifers and others in prison. We work to hear their voices and provide each other support in the work we are doing. This particular evening is focused on addressing sexual and other violence in prisons in Massachusetts and around the country.
In an op-ed piece in Sunday’s Boston Globe, columnist Jeff Jacoby took to task numerous individuals and organizations whom he claimed were exploiting last week’s Virginia Tech massacre for political purposes, including the World Socialist Web Site.
The conceit of Jacoby’s piece is that he is dispatching evenhanded justice, criticizing right and left, the media and politicians alike. He first accuses political forces in favor of stricter gun control of making supposedly illegitimate use of the “terrible news” to press their political agenda. He then turns his attention to the pro-gun lobby. After that, ABC News is chastised for putting an interactive poll on its web site—on the theme of gun control legislation—“within hours of the slaughter.”