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    Rally: No War on Iran!

    Date: Saturday 06/22/2019
    Time: 1-2pm
    Place: Boston Commons near Park Street Station, Boston, MA

    The U.S. war and media propaganda machines are currently gearing up for war with Iran. We will rally to say no to war with Iran! To attempt to justify their actions the U.S. government has put out blatantly false propaganda, including the frankly ridiculous assertion that there is a link between Iran and al-Qaeda. If the U.S. attacks Iran it will certainly be a disaster for the people of Iran and the whole region, and it will be a disaster for people here in the U.S. as well.

    We must come together to oppose this reactionary and absurd war! No war on Iran!

    Student Occupation of State House

    Students occupy the state house, demanding debt cancellation, free public college, and state funding for public education.

    Stand Out for Chelsea Manning

    Date: Thursday 04/25/2019
    Time: 5:30-7:30pm
    Place: Copley Square, 607 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116

    Chelsea Manning was recently arrested and thrown into solitary confinement for refusing on principle to testify in front of a grand jury. We demand her freedom, and freedom for all those who bravely expose the crimes of the U.S.

    Boston-area students will be coming together to protest at the same time as students at Brown University, as part of their week of solidarity with Chelsea Manning.

    This event is co-organized by BU Students Against Imperialism and MIT Students Against War.

    May Day 2019 – International Workers’ Day

    Join in the resistance! Let’s come together to demand driver’s licenses for all, free health care, education, and childcare, affordable housing, and rights for working people including abolishing the wage system. Instead of declaring a national emergency to build a wall, let’s declare a national emergency to combat climate change, rebuild the crumbling infrastructure, and end police brutality. Join us in demanding immediate legal permanent residence for all undocumented migrants and an end to the blockade of Venezuela. This year’s May Day will feature a Puppet Parade including a funeral procession for capitalism. Let’s usher in spring with a fresh and energetic rally and parade which will celebrate the resistance of working people and the oppressed worldwide.

    Wednesday, May 1, 2:30 PM
    Boston Common, Parkman Bandstand
    Followed by a Puppet Parade to Government Center

    Boston May Day Coalition

    Letter from the Birmingham Jail

    A public reading of MLK’s Letter from the Birmingham Jail. 4pm April 16th, at Boston City Hall Plaza.

    The Letter from the Birmingham Jail. A public reading at Boston City Hall Plaza. April 16th, 2019 4pm

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