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Cradle of Liberty Issue 3

5 Aug

Cradle of Liberty Issue 3

Hey all, check out my newest articles and other great 
news stories in the latest issue of The Cradle of Liberty:

We are proud to announce the release of Issue #3 of The Cradle of Liberty,
a Newsletter of Mass. Struggles. View it here:
Issue 3

Inside this issue:
-Somerville Passes Wage Theft Ordinance
-Bostonians Vent Anger at Martin’s Death, Zimmerman’s Acquittal, and
Violence in Their City
-Workers and Allies Demand Higher Minimum Wage
-Fighting for Workers’ Rights at Harvard University
-Activists Rally to Re-imagine Reproductive Justice
-MBTA Hikes Averted, But Taxes Raised in New State Budget
-Hyatt Agrees to Union Contract for Workers in Several Major Cities,
Boston Not Included

Check out our website to download the Web Version or the
Print Version –
Print out some copies!The Cradle of Liberty is an all volunteer run organization, we invite you
to print out some copies on 11×17 paper and help distribute the paper to
your friends, co-workers and around your community!
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Book Release Party!

6 Dec

Friday, December 21st, 2012, 6-8pm
Book Release Party!
For Jake Carman’s first book, “Nine Years of Anarchist Agitation: the History of BAAM (2001-2010) and Other Essays”
At the Lucy Parsons Center,
358 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain
http://www.JakeCarman.com    Facebook.com/baamhistory

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Come celebrate the long-awaited release of Jake Carman’s first book, “Nine Years of Anarchist Agitation: the History of BAAM (2001-2010) and Other Essays.” There will be snacks, music, a brief presentation, socializing, and copies of the book for sale.

About the Book:     In the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks, and in the midst of the subsequent nationalist fervor, Boston radicals came together to form the Boston Anarchists Against Militarism (BAAM) Coalition. Through interviews and an extensive study of BAAM’s public statements, activities, and publications, this history explores the evolution of BAAM from an anti-war coalition into a general union of Boston anarchists. The lessons of the past decade are useful to today’s generation of activists as they grapple with the questions of political organization and activity in the struggle against global capitalism.
http://www.JakeCarman.com           Facebook.com/baamhistory