[act-ma] May Day March Brings Hope to Area Immigrants, and more at Open Media Boston (week of 5/1/09)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Fri May 1 20:38:23 PDT 2009

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

News: May Day March Brings Hope, Excitement to Boston Area Immigrant 

News: 66 Workplace Deaths Commorated at Somber Workers' Memorial Day 
Event at the State House

News: Sunshine Bus Drivers Continue Campaign for Better Labor Conditions 
Despite Legal Threats

News: Community Uniting for Change; Grappling with Boston's High 
Percentage of Youth Homicides

Editorial:  Lessons for May Day

Tech: Participatory Culture Foundation Supports Open Video with Miro

Arts: Crafting a Day In The Country

Arts: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at 50

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Jason Pramas
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