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The Angry Tenant (issue #1) (english)
09 Apr 2003
Modified: 10 Apr 2003
The Angry Tenant is the bi-lingual (English/Spanish) newspaper of the Boston Angry Tenants Union (BATU), a grassroots, tenant-run organization, whose mission is to organize tenants to act militantly and collectively in order to change the state of housing in Boston.
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Sorry - I couldn't let this one pass by.. (english)
09 Apr 2003
Modified: 10 Apr 2003
Some one sent this to me and I think the feeling ( true or false
statement ) speaks for many.
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Hail Dubya! Champion of the oppressed! (english)
09 Apr 2003
Modified: 10 Apr 2003
No more monday morning quarterbacking from those meely-mouthed liberallls. Finally they've seen the light! ;)
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Noreena Hertz: Drop Saddam's Debt (english)
10 Apr 2003
SPEECH NOREENA HERTZ - Iraq has been just one of the many countries that have been lent money to support our geopolitical or corporate interests, no matter how brutal their rulers. Most of these countries are still paying for these monies even after they have been 'freed' from tyrannical regimes. Let us not now add Iraq to this list!
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Photos From Baghdad Are False Representations Of Reality (english)
09 Apr 2003
Modified: 10 Apr 2003
photos from baghdad seem to show thousands and thousands of Iraqis tearing down the statue of Saddam. However, BBC photos reveal that there were at most only a couple hundred people there and that includes US troops!
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BTL:Thousands Engage in Nonviolent Civil Disobedience to Protest Iraq War (english)
10 Apr 2003
Interview with Gordon Clark, coordinator of the Iraq Pledge of Resistance, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
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The LEFT ( not the communist fronts ) NEEDS TO MARCH (english)
09 Apr 2003
Modified: 10 Apr 2003
The LEFT ( not the communist fronts ) NEEDS TO MARCH on behalf of disabled vets, family and their kids. NOW!! After 20 years of
advocacy for Vets, Family & Friends it comes down to the same old,
same old...


You want to make toe Gov & Corporations BLUSH.. you need to MARCH
in DC and nationally to see many issues resolved.. agent orange,
guld war syndrome, among others.. That is if you really care about
working folks and their issues.. if you don't do this for your own,
then your own will always be on the other side of the wire.
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Tears of Inspiration from Argentina (english)
09 Apr 2003
"The chorus is "We are the future and the present, to resist and to occupy". It goes on with more inspiring lyrics. (Somewhere between 150 and 200 factories are now being occupied and run by the workers, the form ranges from occupations like Zanon or Brukman, to occupations that then ask for a judicial nod and become collectives."
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To Mr. Mic Mac Merc (english)
09 Apr 2003
Modified: 10:37:45 PM
Mr. Mic Mac Merc,

You asked in article
http://boston.indymedia.org:8081/front.php3?article_id=13605&group=
that you get information on the "swamp people in Irac". They are
actually called the "Marsh Arabs" .. and despite your misnomer I will
post for you. We have never met but I like your soul. I see beteewn
your lines.
Huggs,
Gwen
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Media groups enraged over coalition attacks on journalists (english)
09 Apr 2003
Further information on the recent deaths of journalists killed by U.S. forces in Baghdad Tuesday has caused concern amongst major media outlets in addition to media watchdog groups.
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