[act-ma] Charlotte Dennett in Boston 1/20: The People v Bush

Susan Serpa neimpeach at gmail.com
Thu Jan 7 18:19:02 PST 2010

January 7, 2010
Dear Friends

  Exciting news: there's new life in the accountability movement! The People
v Bush: One Lawyer’s Campaign to Bring the President to Justice and the
National Grassroots Movement She Encounters Along the Way (Chelsea Green)
has just been published. Author Charlotte Dennett will be in Cambridge
January 20 at the Harvard Bookstore at 7 pm to discuss it and the following
day, January 21, at 7 p.m. in  New York City at the 92nd St Y. Vincent
Bulgiosi is flying all the way from the west coast and will join Naomi Wolf
in helping her launch the book on the 21st.

Also, check this out:

 Charlotte and David Swanson just filed a FOIA request to get the
long-supressed internal misconduct report on Bush's lawyers.

Back to Charlotte's book: The advance praise has been terrific. Wolf calls
Charlotte "one of the gutsiest women in America" for trying to "hold our
leaders criminally accountable for shredding the Constitution."  Howard Zinn
says her book is "trying to awaken the conscience of the nation." And David
Swanson says, "The eventual success of the accountability movement will be
furthered by the success of this remarkable book."

The People v Bush is not just about Charlotte's race for attorney general in
Vermont pledging to prosecute Bush.  She's recounts stories from our own
leaders, and the book even has a ten page appendix listing organizations
involved in accountability.

So: mark your calendars:  January 20, Harvard Bookstore, 1256 Mass ave in
Cambridge and January 21, 92nd St. Y, NY, NY

And, if you can't make it, spread the word, show your support by buying the
book and help her get on the road to promote it! Find out more on how you
can help by going to her website, chardennett.org

Thank you. Let's build the movement!

Susan C. Paine Serpa
Facilitator, Northeast Indictment Coalition
Coordinator, National Accountability Action Network
neimpeach at gmail.com
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