[act-ma] Boston Supports a Democratic Egypt - and More - at Open Media Boston (week of 2/11/11)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Fri Feb 11 23:24:45 PST 2011

Hi folks! You should know that everyone at Open Media Boston was 
profoundly moved by the toppling of the Mubarak regime by the people of 
Egypt this week. Although we didn't run an editorial on the subject, OMB 
staffer Matthew Andrews wrote an entry for our blog that you should be 
sure to check out.

News: Hundreds Rally in Boston for Egyptian Democracy

Editorial: Why Open Media Boston is Psyched for NCMR

Opinion: The Face(book)less Revolution: A Decade of Strikes by Millions 
of Egyptian Workers

Featured Visual by Jason Pramas

Blog Entry: Glory to the Egyptian People!

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