On November 21, 2003, 500 people joined a march against the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), starting at Boylston St. T-station in Boston and wending our way through Bostonís shopping district to arrive in Copley Square at 5:00 to join another 500 people for a final rally.
EMERGENCY FTAA Prisoner Support Rally
Boston Department of Justice
99 Summer Street
In response to horrific treatment of prisoners being held from the protests against the FTAA Summit in Miami and the especially harsh treatment of people of color, queer, and transgendered protesters an international call for solidarity has been issued.
Monday morning at 9am we will rally outside a Boston office of the US Department of Justice at 99 Summer Street (near Downtown Crossing and Devonshire Street)
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Police brutality in Miami as in Genoa!
A National Lawyer's Guild Student Organizer writes this update from Miami on beatings and ongoing arrests. Also attached is an open letter from the NLG to the Mayor of Miami.
The promotion of Major General Robert T. Clark to the rank of Lieutenant General, drew rancor from the nationís major Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) Organizations, including the National Transgender Advocacy Coalition (NTAC).