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Bikes Not Bombs 25th Anniversary & Fundraiser

When: Friday, September 25, 2009, 3:00 pm
Where: Spontaneous Celebrations • 45 Danforth St • Jamaica Plain

Join us on Friday, September 25th!

Come celebrate 25 years of accomplishments, and recognize BNB’s founder and current International Programs Director, Carl Kurz, as he departs for a two year sabbatical.


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The Fallacy of a "Post Racial Society"

When: Sunday, September 20, 2009, 6:30 am
Where: Spiegel Auditorium • 56 Brattle St • Harvard Square • Cambridge
 Ethical Society of Boston
                             Program Speaker: Carol Rose, Executive Director, American Civil Liberties Union
                             of Massachusetts, Program is free, Public Welcome, For further information
                            Call (617)-923-9050 or visit BostonEthical.Org
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History Seminar on the Underground Railroad

When: Wednesday, September 23, 2009, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Where: Community Change Inc • 14 Beacon St, Room 605 • Boston

The Underground Railroad
a seminar for "History Nuts" sponsored by


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National Equality March

When: Sunday, October 11, 2009, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: Washington, DC • First and Eye Streets NW • march ends at West Lawn, US Capitol

On October 10-11, 2009, we will gather in Washington D.C. from all across America to let our elected leaders know that now is the time for full equal rights for LGBT people. This is simply a major national strategy to kick start our national grassroots Equality Across America campaign. We will gather. We will strategize. We will march. And we will leave energized and empowered to do the work that needs to be done in every community across the nation. This is only the beginning.

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Video of 2011 St Patrick's Peace Parade

Please view these two short videos of the 2011 St Patrick's Peace Parade.

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Chuck Turner Removed from Boston City Council

by Dave Goodman (I.B.I.S. Radio) - Open Media Boston - December 1, 2010

BOSTON/Government Center - In a nearly unanimous vote today, Chuck Turner was ousted from his seat on the Boston City Council, effective Friday December 3rd.

Thirty two days after being convicted in federal court of taking a bribe, City Council members voted 11 to 1 to support an order to remove the District Seven Councilor from the legislative body. Turner has served his district for eleven years.

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St. Patrick's Peace Parade

A short film by Jesse Perrier on the 2013 St. Patrick's Peace Parade

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Supporters Rally for Chuck Turner

Chuck Turner Support Rally
Chuck Turner Support Rally
Chuck Turner addresses rally in his support, October 30, 2010
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Harvard Students Protest Peretz Bigotry

Harvard students and others protested the honor given to New Republic publisher Martin Peretz by the Harvard Social Studies Committee, Saturday, September 25.   View video of the protest at right.

The students circulated an online petition critical of Harvard's decision to honor Perez. View the petition here.


Join us at the Lincoln Memorial on 10-2-10!

by Angela Williams-Mitchell
New England Area Council, NAACP


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