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LOCAL Announcement :: Organizing
All Out for October 29th. Next planning meeting 8/14
07 Aug 2005
Modified: 03:14:09 PM
Stop the War!
Mobilize in Boston October 29th

End the Occupation of Iraq!
Bring The Troops Home Now!

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has stated that the war can last
"five, six, eight, 10, 12 years."

Feed Our Communities- Starve the Pentagon!

Fall Action Planning Meeting:

Sunday, August 14th, 4:00 PM
Phillips Brooks House
Parlor room, First Floor (in Harvard Yard)
Harvard University
(Harvard Stop on the Red Line T)
Sponsored by: October 29th Coalition
A broad coalition of Boston area Antiwar, Student, and Community Organizations
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LOCAL Announcement :: Education : Human Rights : Media : Organizing : Politics : Race : Social Welfare
Picket the courthouse for the Somerville 5
07 Aug 2005
Tuesday, August 9
9:00 AM
Cambidge District Court
40 Thorndike St.
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Commentary :: Globalization
A-Bombs Remembered: Another View!
07 Aug 2005
Harry Agro, a US Navy Seaman, was a WWII POW of the Japanese for nearly three years. He survived a horrific ordeal on the island of Hokkaido, where he was beaten every day and forced to work on coal ships. The Japanese swore the war would last 100 years! On August 6, 1945, the U.S. dropped an A-bomb on Hiroshima and three days later, one on Nagasaki. Those decisions remains highly controversial. Japan sued for peace on Aug. 14, 1945.
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Commentary :: International
Who's the Terrorist: Remembering Hiroshima & Nagasaki
07 Aug 2005
Modified: 11:23:40 AM
A-Bombs then, Shock & Awe and DU now. So who is the real terrorist in the world today? Some guy with a satchel bomb, or the nation that unloads its arsenal of death on innocent civilians by the tens of thousands?
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News :: Politics
The Bush Role In the Reagan Assassination Attempt
07 Aug 2005
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News :: International
The Real reason why were at war in Iraq.
07 Aug 2005
Modified: 07:58:45 AM
News from outside the box. Why is it hard to realize the war in Iraq, was for others' national interests, and for greedy self interest of those with stocks in oil and defense? What's the result? Thousands of Americans dead, and over 100,000 Iraqis Higher gas prices, profits for oil stock holders.
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Commentary :: Environment
global internet government can save the earth now
07 Aug 2005
ah yeah

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Announcement :: International
Free Download, Canadian Anarchist Folk Music
06 Aug 2005
I am anarchist folk singer Joey Only here in Vancouver British Columbia. I'm inviting you to my website to download my music for free. Mostly these are political stories about events here in Canada.
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Commentary :: DNC
BOSTON - a poem, a tribute to those who took to the streets of Boston over a year ago
06 Aug 2005
It was a little over a year ago that I went to confront the DNC with the Bl(a)ck Tea Society and others in Boston. This poem is for those who took to the streets. Let it be said that, yes, you did have an impact... the person I was before the DNC no longer exists... he is now a madman, a radical, a revolutionary.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Organizing
Orange Friday: 24 Hours of Action to End the Occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan
06 Aug 2005
This text is a national call to action to end the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan and the so-called War on Terror. On September 30, 2005 (Orange Friday; orange was chosen in an effort to provide the anti-war movement with an identifiable symbol) our cities shut down: instead of going to work, to class, instead of driving cars, instead of buying anything, we attend teach-ins, lectures, workshops, and demonstrations. We mourn, learn, organize, and resist.
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