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News :: Media
American Experience - Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst
18 May 2005
Guerrilla.jpgOn Monday, May 23, at 9pm, PBS’ American Experience is airing Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst, an unprecedented account of the Symbionese Liberation Army and their extraordinary two-year crime spree.
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News :: International
Galloway to US Senate: Piss Off
18 May 2005
Just in case you missed it.
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News :: Politics
Intelligence Committee in Maneuver to Pass Even Worse PATRIOT Act
18 May 2005
With no announcement, the Senate Intelligence Committee has scheduled a closed door session to approve a version of the Patriot Act that would be even worse than the present act being considered by the Judiciary Committee. The hand of the White House seems to be behind the sneaky maneuver.
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Commentary :: Human Rights : International
Please ask your Uncle Sam
18 May 2005
A nursery rhyme
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News :: Human Rights : Media : Politics
18 May 2005
For years there have been complaints about 'Réportères Sans Frontières' and their abject political - non-journalistic - approach to past and present dangers and developments in international journalism. They've sold their honour!
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Commentary :: Media
Earth to White House: The door swings both ways!
17 May 2005
Tell me these guys will go to far. Tell me at some point they'll be a tipping point
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Commentary :: Education : Human Rights : International
Religion exists to divide successful communities
17 May 2005
Religion is divisive. Here is a theory of how that may have evolved and why. And also, some suggestions as to part of what we can do about it.
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LOCAL Review :: Environment
Zine Review of "Heartcheck" by Jeffrey Luers and Rob Thaxton
17 May 2005
Modified: 05:57:28 PM
"Heartcheck" zine, by political prisoners Jeffrey "Free" Luers and Rob "los ricos" Thaxton (both currently serving time in Salem, Oregon), is
an exceptional booklet of information, inspiration, and tactical insight.

What I seriously appreciated in this zine was the lack of weighted down dogmatic anarchist lingo and boring revolutionary rhetoric. Written in concise language, lacking pretense, this zine made me feel I am not alone, not only in my beliefs regarding the urgency of the situation, but also in
the need for desperate measures for desperate times. Luers' statement,
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LOCAL Announcement :: Media
Weekly Indymedia Reporting Workshop, Friday 5/27 6:30 PM
17 May 2005
Modified: 05:24:58 PM
All are welcome to attend our totally FREE writer's workshop for those interested in Local Reporting.

As two time Polk winner John Kifner once said, "All reporting is local."

The class will start at 6:30pm sharp at 33 Harrison Ave, 4th Floor, the office of Boston Indymedia in the UNITE- HERE union building.

This is near Chinatown, Boylston, Downtown Crossing and South Station T stops. Silver line too-

If you need directions or get lost on the way call IMC at 617-338-0184, Pete at 617-620-1989 or see this map link
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LOCAL News :: Globalization
BIG NEWS ON MICROSOFT: Slavery to It Is Ending
17 May 2005
The hundred-dollar computer proposed by the MIT Media Lab will be the end of Microsoft's dominance and possibly the company itself. Do you care? Can Wal-Mart beat Microsoft? Since you are reading this on a computer, you are a slave to MS and you should care. Freeing us from MS and its robber baron could raise the country's productivity by several points. I'll show how it. To have fun, usable, efficient computers, it is necessary. To finally realize the dream that Bill Gates aborted, we need a computer that is: Cheap----Instant-On----Simple----General Purpose. Only India has one, for $200 ("good globalization"). We (the rest of the world) don't. It will take much more than Linux or open software, much more, as explained below.
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