Jason Winston is an organizer with the Vermont Worker's Center and Co-founder of the Northern Spy, central Vermont's radical newspaper. He spoke at the conference: Building Independent Media on Oct. 14 2000. mp3 56k, time: 16:45m
The ongoing battle to save Fenway Park took an odd turn a few weeks ago when Red Sox CEO John Harrington announced that the team is up for sale, leaving many to wonder: now what? Scott Gurian had this report... (5:29- .mp3)
"This is all about people losing control of everything that matters to them," Nader said. Loss of control to corporate interests, he said, has some "severe consequences," such as "the deception of reality."
We knew that it would come; in a way we saw it coming, and still - it took us by surprise. On the first Friday when we heard of "rioting" on Temple Mount - the morning after Sharon had paid a "visit" to the Al Aqsa Mosq - we still thought that this was a one day event, an outburst at an occasional offense, and maybe also a reminder like there had been before as to what the explosion would be like if the peace talks would come to naught.
International Socialist Organization Boston Student Branch will be holding a meeting on Thursday October 26th 7:30pm at
Northeastern University Curry Student Center - Rm. 342 to discuss why the death penalty should be abolished.