[act-ma] OMB Celebrates 1st Anniversary! ... and more at Open Media Boston (week of 3/20/09)
jpramas at igc.org
Fri Mar 20 20:45:55 PDT 2009
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Check out this week's top stories from Open Media Boston:
Editorial: Happy 1st Birthday, Open Media Boston!
Opinion: Michael Albert, Julio Chávez, Noam Chomsky and Gregory Wilpert
Speak on Building a Society from Below
Opinion: Harvard Honors Ex-President Accused of Massacre
SPECIAL - this piece is back on the front page because a minister in the
government of the accused ex-President of Bolivia has responded ...
sparking the start of a debate with human rights activists in our pages
... OMB goes global!
Tech: One Laptop Per Child: A Project That Labor Could Turn Around for
Living: 1,000 Men and Women to “Walk for Change” in Support of Sexual
Assault Awareness on April 5th
And more to come in our News and Tech sections this weekend ...
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