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  • Jul 30 2001 - 12:00am
    ben w
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    Schedule of events for the Coalition Against the American Correctional Association

    ben w
    Anonymous
  • Jul 30 2001 - 12:00am
    Watchdog
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    Mumia on the murder, by the corporate state, of Carlo Giuliani in Genoa.
    New Legal Filing challenges judge's dismissal (?) of a confession of murder.
    Get ready for August 27 & 18 in Philly!

    Watchdog
    Anonymous
  • Jul 30 2001 - 12:00am
    Mitch Chanin
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    An interesting article about community organizing strategies for dealing with sports franchise owners' demands for new stadiums.

    Mitch Chanin
    Anonymous
  • Jul 29 2001 - 12:00am
    Masconi
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    A web page (new location) dedicated to Carlo Giuliani who died in Genoa on 20 July 2001.

    Masconi
    Anonymous
  • Jul 29 2001 - 12:00am
    The Ash Barge Odyssey to air on PBS in Philly
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    The City of Philadelphia has a long history of dumping its toxic wastes on other states and nations. Michael Thomas Productions has produced a feature length video about 14,000 tons of toxic
    incinerated ash that left Philadelphia in 1986 on the cargo vessel Khian Sea and circled the Caribbean Sea for the next 16-18 months in search of a dumping place. On New Year's Eve 1987, the ship
    arrived in Gonaives, Haiti, a small impoverished port town on the country's west coast and illegally dumped 4000 tons of the ash, described as fertilizer,on the beach.
    The toxic ash remained in Haiti for the next ten years until efforts by Greenpeace and various environmental activist groups arranged to have it
    brought back to the U.S. The ash was removed from Haiti on Earth Day 2000 and is currently being held in a hopper barge on the St. Lucie Canal in Stuart, Florida, awaiting plans for a final resting place. Meanwhile, the people of Haiti are plagued with the destructive effects of Philadelphia's toxic incinerated ash.
    The Ash Barge Odyssey will air on WHYY-TV (Phila/Wilmington) on Aug. 19 at 3:00 P.M. For more information contact Michael Thomas Productions at: info@michaelthomasprod.com or visit our website: http://www.michaelthomasprod.com/

    The Ash Barge Odyssey to air on PBS in Philly
    Anonymous
  • Jul 29 2001 - 12:00am
    The Ash Barge Odyssey to air on PBS-TV in Philly
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    The saga of 14,000 tons of toxic
    incinerated ash that left Philadelphia in 1986 on the cargo vessel Khian Sea and circled the Caribbean Sea for the next 16-18 months in search of a dumping place can be seen on WHYY-TV (phila/Wilmington) on August 19 at 3:00 P.M. Produced by Michael Thomas Productions, this feature length film depicts a classic case of environmental racism.

    The Ash Barge Odyssey to air on PBS-TV in Philly
    Anonymous
  • Jul 28 2001 - 12:00am
    Aug17,city hall, be there - Mumia will!!
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    Mumia's 1st date - mass demo

    Aug17,city hall, be there - Mumia will!!
    Anonymous
  • Jul 28 2001 - 12:00am
    Unconvention Staff
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    Last year, the Independent Media Center (IMC) of Philadelphia and its
    newspaper, the Unconvention, provided Philadelphians and visitors with
    an alternative to the commercial media's terrible coverage of the
    Republican National Convention and the protests that surrounded it. Now
    that another convention's coming to town, we're getting ready for a
    repeat performance.

    Unconvention Staff
    Anonymous
  • Jul 26 2001 - 12:00am
    R2K Legal Collective
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    Republican National Convention Defendants John Sellers and Terrence McGuckin To File Civil Suits Against City of Philladelphia for wrongful arrest, malicious prosecution, and defamation.

    PRESS CONFERENCE--THURSDAY, JULY 26th AT 9:30AM
    601 MARKET STREET--PHILADELPHIA FEDERAL COURTHOUSE

    R2K Legal Collective
    Anonymous
  • Jul 26 2001 - 12:00am
    Ken Rosso
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    The benefits and detriments of the 76ers run to the NBA championships.

    Ken Rosso
    Anonymous