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An Invitation to Direct Action

From: Project Censored

An Invitation to Direct Action:
Confront the Corporate Media in the Streets of San Francisco.

Join us in protesting the National Association of Broadcasters
convention, September 20-23, 2000.

Help make history when media activists from all over North America
converge on the National Association of Broadcasters' radio convention.

From Seattle and D.C. to Philadelphia and Los Angeles, people are
mobilizing for social justice. Mark your calendars for the next
historic confrontation -- four days in San Francisco beginning
September 20.

The National Association of Broadcasters is the WTO of the
broadcasting industry.

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