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Announcement :: Media
Anniversary of a Medical Tragedy
23 Apr 2005
Marking the anniversary of the announcement of HIV as the probable cause of ADIS
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LOCAL Announcement :: Politics
Press Release: Remembering Vietnam
23 Apr 2005
Vietnam-era activists Ngo Vinh Long and Noam Chomsky will address an audience at MIT on Saturday, April 30, 2005, the 30th anniversary of the end of the war in Vietnam. On April 30, 1975, North Vietnamese troops entered Saigon, ending a war that claimed over 3 million lives.
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LOCAL News :: Labor
Barbara Ehrenreich speaks at UMass Amherst 4-21-05 in support of student walkout.
23 Apr 2005
Barbara Ehrenreich speaks to students during walkout at UMass Amherst. Jed Murr introduces her.
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Announcement :: Environment
Heartcheck: new zine by political prisoners Jeff 'Free' Luers and Rob 'los Ricos' Thaxton
22 Apr 2005
a new zine by Political Prisoners Jeffrey 'Free' Luers and Rob 'los Ricos' Thaxton...


Heartcheck is a 40 page zine with new, unpublished writings and artwork by political prisoners Jeff 'Free' Luers and Robert 'Los Ricos' Thaxton. The zine is printed on recycled paper by 1984 Printing in Oakland, California and has a 4 color cover.
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LOCAL News :: Labor
Student-workers, unions and community a potent force; Spring rebellions show signs of a growing movement
22 Apr 2005
Although carefully concealed or downplayed by the big business media, burgeoning campus rebellions and related struggles are rising to a fever pitch across the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and elsewhere.
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News :: Technology
Strange things afoot at DARPA
22 Apr 2005
Modified: 03:08:58 PM
These two excerpts from Dr. Tony Tether, the director of DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) show some very interesting directions U.S. military research is headed in... And this is just the publicly admitted stuff.
For example, DARPA is attempting to develop autonomous vehicles for combat-- like Predator drones, basically, but without anyone at the controls. Like robotic guard dogs, the machines would kill at the suggestion of a unit commander and not stop until his say-so.
But here are some other chilling, strange tech developments including boats that swim through the water like seals do, soldiers who literally feel no pain, and strategies for urban warfare-- abroad and, eventually, at home. There're no bombshells here, butthere is hopefully enough info to make activists see that the U.S. government ain't fucking around-- they're just getting started. And you are their target.
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News :: International
The 9/11 "Missile Hits the Pentagon" Hoax
22 Apr 2005
There has been a concerted effort to convince those that disbelieve the official 9/11 fable, to believe another, even stranger, fable. Namely, that the damage to the Pentagon was caused by a missile strike. Why the perpetrators of 9/11 want to spread this missile myth is not at all clear, as even a cursory investigation of the facts, makes it clear that it was not hit by a missile. Maybe the reason they are doing this is to tar the disbelievers as a lunatic fringe, or perhaps they just want to create as much confusion about the issue as possible, to obscure some, as yet unknown, fault in the fables fabric.
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News :: Politics
The Beginning of the End? Notes on David Ray Griffin's 9-11 talk
22 Apr 2005
author: David Patnode
David Ray Griffin author of The New Pearl Harbor, gave a talk recently at Uni of Wisconsin
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News :: International
Mayor Jennifer P. Dougherty joins Mayors for Peace! Tadatoshi Akiba, the Mayor of Hiroshima to speak!
22 Apr 2005
Announcements and updates from the Stop The Bombs International Peace Walk from Oak Ridge Tennessee to the United Nations in New York city.
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News :: International
Shoot the Messenger: Full Story of Wounded Iraqi Shooting Death - VIDEO/Text
21 Apr 2005
Shoot the Messenger
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