[act-ma] 9/25 People's Summit: Talk Back to the G20 (Friday, Northeastern, 7:00 p.m.)

Suren Moodliar suren at fairjobs.org
Tue Sep 22 11:54:51 PDT 2009

Talk Back to the G20! Join us Friday, September 25, 2009, starting at
7:00 p.m. at Northeastern*

Students and workers, homeowners and tenants, immigrants and veterans
will speak out together with Art MacEwan, Jill Stein, Charlie
Derber,and Carlotta Starks, Brian Corr and City Life at an interactive
People's Summit!

Why? On September 24 & 25th, central bankers and finance ministers
from the 20 most powerful countries will gather behind closed doors in
Pittsburgh to make deals about our jobs, homes, health and the

For more info call 617-482-6300 or visit
http://www.MassGlobalAction.org/g20  [link will be active 9/23]
Download the flyer from: http://bit.ly/oursummit-2

On Facebook visit http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=134816871470
to get the latest updates.

The event takes place at Northeastern University (Dockser 240) and is
co-sponsored by students groups including the National Lawyers Guild
chapter. Other sponsors include the American Friends Service
Committee, Massachusetts Jobs with Justice, the Majority Agenda
Project, and Massachusetts Global Action.

Basic Details: People's Summit, Dockser 240 @ Northeastern University,
 7 :00 - 9:00 p.m. Friday, September 25, 2009.

* Dockser Hall (Room 240) is part of Northeastern University's Law
School. It is very close to (less than 2 blocks from) both the Orange
Line's Ruggles stop and to the Green Line, E-train's Northeastern

Its street address is: Dockser Hall. 65 Forsyth St., Boston, MA, 02115.

This is very close to the intersection of Huntington and Forsyth
Street. Visit  http://www.northeastern.edu/campusmap/map/index.html
for a campus map. The map also indicates several areas for parking. We
will post signs from the Docker Hall street entrance (on Forsyth) to
the second-floor event location.

>From the Green Line (E train) Northeastern Stop: Walk west along
Huntington (less that 1/2 a block) to the intersection with Forsyth.
>From the intersection go south on Forsyth (turn left off Huntington)
and walk down 1 block to Dockser. It will be on the right hand side.
The entrance consists of large glass doors. The entrance is also
directly across the road from a large Bank of America sign. The
elevator to the second floor is right at the entrance (on the left
hand side).

>From the Orange Line's Ruggles stop: Take the Northeastern exit (north
side of station), Go north on Forsyth one block, cross Greenleaf
Street. Dockser is the first building on the right hand side.

For driving directions see:

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