[act-ma] Kip Tiernan Fasts Against Poverty ... and More at Open Media Boston (week of 6/5/09)
jpramas at igc.org
Fri Jun 5 21:50:51 PDT 2009
Hi folks! Check out this week's top stories from Open Media Boston (apologies for releasing this after midnight, but your faithful OMB Editor/Publisher is still on vacation ... as you'll soon see if you read my editorial):
News: Boston Labor Protests New Harvard University Layoffs as Students Walk
News: In the Midst of Market Crashes and Financial Meltdowns, Activist Works To Keep Old Problem of Poverty in Public’s Mind
Editorial: Without Progressive Media Rural Areas Will Not Move Left
More coming in our Arts section this weekend ...
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