[act-ma] Immigrant Rally, State Budget Woes, and More at Open Media Boston (week of 6/11/10)
jpramas at igc.org
Sat Jun 12 18:57:15 PDT 2010
[please forward widely]
Hi folks! Just a reminder that we're having a benefit to help OMB staff
photographer Diana Mai replace her stolen photo equipment this Thursday,
6/17 at 7 p.m. at encuentro 5, 33 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02111.
Everyone on our staff would much appreciate if you can make it over and
give as much as you can afford to help her out. Check out
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1306 for more information.
Questions? Drop us a line at info at openmediaboston.org
News: Immigrant Organizations and Allies Protest Anti-Immigrant
Legislation, Sen. Brown's "Silence"
Editorial: More Pain Proposed for Working Families in Mass. Senate FY
2011 Budget Proposal
Opinion: Livable Cities Are Possible; Ending Automobile-Addiction Is
Opinion: State Street Bank Pressured to Take a Stand in Shaw's Strike
Arts: Music Video: Eyes on the Prize
Living: Student Video: Where the Hell is Arnaldo?
Living: Ralph Nader Interview on June 22nd María Hinojosa Show
Featured Visual by Jason Pramas
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