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Some interesting Web links:

Tragedy of an American President by John Cahill
This is a on-line novel that combines fictional characters with solid facts to give the reader a glimpse of what it would be like if the current war in Iraq was adjudicated in an international court of law.  The narrative also explores the transformation that the true-believers in each of the major religions must undergo if the ancient vision of “peace on earth” is to become a reality. For your free electronic copy of “Tragedy of an American President,” send an e-mail request to the author:  jpcahill@ecgovernance.com. Please enter the words “Free Book” on the subject line.
The Long View
The Long View Radio Broadcast Newsletter Is About Living & Working Towards Sustainability Through Media Literacy, Highlighting Economic, Environmental & Social Development News. The Long view is produced by Isa Cann, who hosts the audio version Thursdays on Thinking Out Loud.
Lowell Citywide Parent Council

Lowell's citywide parent-teacher organization.  Margaret Gilsenberg provides monthly updates on their activities on Thinking Out Loud.

Left In Lowell
Lowell's politically progressive blog, produced by Lynne Lupien.

is the 'shell', the body, the school and gathering place for individuals of all beliefs, culture, educational backgrounds and ages to cultivate their personal pearls of wisdom and heart and to share in the wondrous journey of others.  Three of the monks from the Center host Thinking Out Loud's Laotian language segment every Monday from 11:00 till noon

Radiola Brasil - Collaboration for a Better Work Environment for Brazilians
This is the website of the Brazilian hosts of Thinking Out Loud's Tuesday 11:00 hour.
WUML Community DJs Podcast site
This is the website where podcasts of WUML's diverse communiity radio programs are archived so you can listen at your leisure.
Between the Lines Radio Show
One of our weekly features played each Thursday at 10:30 a.m.  Between the Lines is a syndicated, half-hour program produced at WPKN in Bridgeport, CT, providing a platform for individuals and spokespersons from progressive organizations generally ignored or marginalized by the mainstream media.
Radio4all radio feature repository
Several of our past features are archived here, along with lots of informative public affairs mp3s
Voices of our World - Maryknoll
Voices of Our World is a weekly 28 Minute radio program featuring stories of social justice. It presents perspectives rarely heard in media. Listen to programs about human rights, peace, global economics, the environment, and the plight of under-represented people around the world.  Hear it on our show Tuesdays
Making Contact Radio Show
Another of our features, played every Friday.  Making Contact, produced by National Radio Project, is an award-winning 29-minute weekly magazine/documentary-style public affairs program focusing on the human realities of politics and the connections between local and global events, emphasizing positive and creative ways to solve problems.
Maria Gilardin - TUC Radio
Another of our features
WINS: Workers Independent News Service
This is a news service for labor news to which we submit interviews and which we feature Monday through Friday shortly after 10:00 a.m.
Democracy Now Radio Program
The best daily alternative public affairs show on the air/net
Common Dreams
A great source of links to progressive commentary and news
Indymedia Main site
Pointers to worldwide decentralized news and commentary
Industrial Workers of the World
A radical labor union that some of us belong to, which provides material for some of our shows.
Left On Line - Z Magazine
Noam Chomsky, Michael Albert, Participatory Economics, all the news that gets left out of the mainstream media - What's Left!
PeaceNet - IGC
This is a clearing house for peace/justice/ecology material on the net.
Mumia Abu Jamal
A page to get latest info on the case of writer, radio personality, activist and Pennsyslvania prison inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Share the Wealth, and United for a Fair Economy (Boston)
The top 1 percent of Americans own 40 per cent of the wealth! Let's change this absurd inequality! Tax the Rich!!