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News :: Human Rights
Dissapointment with "weak" UN resolution on Darfur
23 Sep 2004
Modified: 07:34:31 PM
Dissapointment with "weak" UN resolution on Darfur
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Announcement :: Politics
SLAM THE PARTY: Democracy is HOTT !
23 Sep 2004
Piper Anderson, a queer woman of color performance poet, writer, activist, and educator based in Brooklyn, NY will be in town as part of the NH League of Pissed Off Voters' kick-off event: "Democracy is HOTT !!: a collaboration and celebration of young progressive minds"
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The League of Pissed Off Voters
603.659.8664
http://www.indyvoter.org
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Announcement :: Politics
Multiculturalism, Mastercard, and “McFlag”
23 Sep 2004
Modified: 07:01:28 PM
A discussion with American Indian Artist Jaune Quick-To-See Smith who’s exhibit: Made in America is now on display at the Thorne-Sagendorph Gallery at Keene State College.
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Announcement :: Human Rights
National Museum of the American Indian
23 Sep 2004
Washington, D.C.
September 21, 2004



On this day, September 21, 2004 the National Museum of the American Indian will officially open its doors in Washington, D.C., the nation’s capitol.
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Announcement :: Environment
Critical Mass Under Attack in NYC
23 Sep 2004
This is a message from NYC
Please come and participate this Friday to our Critical Mass bike ride
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Socialist Candidates Speak in Providence 9/24
23 Sep 2004
Modified: 11:38:08 AM
6:30-8:30 p.m. WORKERS WORLD PARTY CAMPAIGN RALLY at the Black Box Theatre / New Met School (Public St., Providence -- directly across from CCRI entrance).
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Announcement :: DNC
Bulgarian Anarchist Radio is Back on the Air
23 Sep 2004
Bulgarian anarchist radio program returns to broadcasting
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News ::
House Approves Penalties for False Web Records
23 Sep 2004
Modified: 05:02:47 AM
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a bill that would increase jail time for identity thieves and other fraudulent Web users who register sites under false identities.
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LOCAL Announcement :: DNC : Human Rights : Labor : Organizing
Get on the Buses for the Million Worker March!
23 Sep 2004
Danny Glover, actor:
"We must keep marching ... before the elections and after
the elections ... until we win justice for the homeless,
the unemployed and we bring the troops home now ... Come
out on Oct. 17th."
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LOCAL Commentary ::
Public Radio: For Sale to Highest Bidder?
22 Sep 2004
It is not uncommon to read stories about media consolidation nowadays, with companies like Clear Channel and Entercom buying up small radio and TV stations and distributing their content across these various outlets, and making a hefty profit while they're at it. In the case of Clear Channel type consolidation, the company is going after small commercial stations. In Lowell, a similar situation is taking place but in this case it involves a corporation going after a non-commercial station. The corporation is MediaNews Group, owner of the Lowell Sun and the radio station is our own WUML, a small non-commercial radio station owned by the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. MediaNews is a newspaper investment company, with newspaper holdings across the country, as well as 4 radio stations. In FY 2003, the company totaled $738,598,000 in revenues from their varied holdings.
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