[act-ma] Fire the UMass Board of Trustees and More at Open Media Boston (week of 2/27/09)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Fri Feb 27 20:54:49 PST 2009

<http://openmediaboston.org/node/557>[please forward widely]

Hi folks,

Check out this week's top stories from Open Media Boston:

News: Defiant Chuck Turner Lambastes Justice System and Mass Media at 
Roxbury Community College Rally

News: Activists "Beating Back the Bank Attack"

Editorial: Fire the UMass Board of Trustees

Opinion: Ty dePass on Racism, the Media and the Struggle for Justice in 
"Post-Racial America"

Opinion: Coal Is Deadly To Our Health, Our Economy, And Our Planet

Tech: RealPlayer Is Crapware. Install These Alternatives Instead.

Tech: Coda.fm Is The Future of Music Torrent Sites

Living: Prof. Pardis Sabeti Lectures on Evolution in the Post-Genomic Age

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Jason Pramas
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