[act-ma] Peace Movement Connects with Labor, and More at Open Media Boston (week of 9/3/10)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Fri Sep 3 22:55:51 PDT 2010

Hi folks! Check out our latest edition of Open Media Boston. Slow news 
week, but lots of opinion pieces. This coming week, on the other hand, 
looks like a more busy news week. Students are back, after all ... ;>

Editorial: The American Labor Movement Needs to Fund Independent 
Progressive News Media

Opinion: Peace Movement Connects with Labor for Big October March in DC

Opinion: Labor Day Thoughts (with Link to Commercial for Working People)

Opinion: Change the Media, Change the World: The National Conference for 
Media Reform - Boston, April 2011

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