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LOCAL News :: Politics
Protest the Deval Patrick rally on Boston Common
15 Oct 2006
"Bush Lied, Dems complied. Thousands died"
"Time to end the Duopoly of the War Parties"
"Vote Green/Rainbow."
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News :: Human Rights : International : Organizing : Politics : Social Welfare
"Philippine President" Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is the Coddler of Criminals
14 Oct 2006
dodong-nemenzo-laban-ng-masa.jpgYesterday, former University of the Philippines president and Laban ng Masa (Struggle of the Masses) Chairperson, Dr. Francisco "Dodong" Nemenzo, Jr and ten others were charged with obstruction of justice for allegedly harboring fugitive rebel soldiers belonging to the Magdalo group which the government believed to be involved in the July 2003 failed coup.
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News :: War and Militarism
North Korea Has The Right To Self Defense!
14 Oct 2006
Modified: 06:54:47 PM
While the whole world has suffered as a result of the murderous policies of U.S. imperialism, the Korean people have, like a number of other peoples including the American Indians, faced a U.S. imposed holocaust. In what Americans call the “Korean War” more than thee million people died as a result of the U.S. invasion and war against the Korean people from 1950 to 1953.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
democracy- bullshit since day 1
14 Oct 2006
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LOCAL News :: Human Rights
Marathoner to run for Families of Irish POWs
14 Oct 2006
A multiple marathoner will dedicate his run in the Chicago Marathon, October 22, 2006, in support of the families of Irish Republican political prisoners.
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Commentary :: International
Why is the American press silent on the report of 655,000 Iraqi deaths?
13 Oct 2006
The US media is virtually silent on a new scientific study that estimates the Iraqi death toll from the US war at 655,000. The study, conducted by Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health and funded by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was posted Wednesday on the web site of the British medical journal, the Lancet.
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LOCAL Announcement :: International
Emergency Communique from Oaxaca!
13 Oct 2006
To the people of the world we are calling for you to stage protests in all the Mexican embassies and consulates throughout the world to denounce the massacre being orchestrated by the Mexican government against the People of Oaxaca.
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Announcement :: Labor
13 Oct 2006
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News :: War and Militarism
Did VA Hide Figures Showing 1 in 4 US Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan Disabled From Service?
13 Oct 2006
by Democracy Now
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LOCAL Announcement :: Environment : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Politics : Technology
Challenging the Chip (APHA, Boston, 11/7)
13 Oct 2006
Modified: 12:44:17 PM
WHAT: Scientific Session: "Challenging The Chip: Labor Rights, Health and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry"

WHERE: American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

WHEN: Tuesday, November 7, 2006: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

From Silicon Valley in California to Silicon Glen in Scotland, from Silicon Island in Taiwan to Silicon Paddy in China, the health, social, economic, and ecological effects of the international electronics industry are widespread. The production of electronic and computer components contaminate air, land, and water around the globe, and electronics workers have suffered serious occupational health impacts. These same impacts have been documented throughout the entire electronics life cycle, from extraction of materials, to materials processing and manufacturing all the way to the end of life impacts throughout the world. This panel of experts in the field will document and discuss the implications of these impacts and will focus on the people suffering the consequences, who are largely poor, female, immigrant, and minority. They will also present potential solutions to address these problems. Several of the panelists are authors in the new book, "Challenging the Chip" published by Temple University Press, which is the first comprehensive examination of the impacts of electronics is manufacturing on workers and local environments across the planet.
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