[act-ma] Chuck Turner Fights Back and More at Open Media Boston (week of 10/31/10)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Mon Nov 1 20:59:13 PDT 2010

Hi folks! Check out our latest edition of Open Media Boston.

News: Student Labor Activists Protest "Sweatshop" Conditions for Rite 
Aid Warehouse Workers

Editorial: Keep Chuck Turner Out of Jail and Let Him Serve Out His Full 
Council Term

Opinion: Gandhi Statue Blocks Entrance to Goldman Sachs in Boston

Opinion: 'Story Of Stuff' Creator Annie Leonard Speaks Out On Rampant 
Consumerism And The Social And Environmental Consequences

Arts: Fratricidal Conflicts: A Review of Steve Early's "Civil Wars in 
U.S. Labor"

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