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"Web site and email list for both finding and publicizing local progressive events. See the site for guidelines. It also has a list of local progressive radio shows."
"Providing Medical Coverage for Progressive Actions in Boston and Beyond."
Calendar of social activism events.
"Boston Mobilization is a progressive community organization that educates, empowers, and organizes students and local residents to engage in grassroots campaigns for peace, economic justice, and genuine democracy."
Boston Review is a national magazine of politics and literature published 6 times a year.
"Boston Vote is a non-partisan coalition of community-based organizations, religious organizations, and neighborhood associations working to: Increase voter participation in Boston in traditionally underrepresented neighborhoods such as Dorchester, Roxbury, Mattapan, Chinatown and adjacent communities; Promote a participatory democracy that connects voting with the issues people care about and the communities they live in.; Address barriers to full voter participation and develop new models for voter education."
The Prop. 2 1/2 people.
CPPAX. The vintage liberal group.
Analysis of the 1993 city elections - the first to put an Italian in the mayor's office. By the McCormack Institute at UMass-Boston.
"DotOUT is a grassroots, political organization representing gay and lesbian voters in Dorchester. We are committed to advancing a legislative agenda that will grant us equal and fair protections under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We are further committed to working with and supporting those Dorchester elected officials and candidates for elected office whose personal conviction, public position and voting record demonstrate a commitment to us, their gay and lesbian neighbors. ..."
See what the EPA is up to in New England.
Book: A legislator's stories of government and health care, by John McDonough of Jamaica Plain, former state representative and co-chair of the Joint Health Care Committee.
Links to local comments and news on the gay-marriage issue.
George Field for State Representative, 14th Norfolk - Wellesley - Weston - South Natick
Boston Area Coalition against the Iraq and other wars.
Campaign Web site. Republican.
Campaign Web site. Green Party.
Radical left educational project. Cambridge.
Articles and opinion on various issues including taxes, education, politics and government.
Massachusetts politics from a right-wing perspective.
"The Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition is dedicated to ending discrimination on the basis of gender identity and gender expression. We educate the public, lobby state and local government, encourage political activism, and empower community members through collective action."
Working for the decriminalization of marijuna.
The Campaign for Equality is fighting a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriages and prohibit state, city and town agencies from providing domestic-partner benefits.
Political links, candidate sites, and state government information for Massachusetts residents
Fighting against the Contract for America and for Mumia Abu-Jamal.
The only Web site exclusively covering Massachusetts Republican Party politics.
Political commentary and entertainment reviews.
"Jessica Van Sack covers national and regional politics for the Boston Herald."
Group behind a ballot initiative to ban the slaughter of horses for human consumption.
Look up contributors to candidates for Massachusetts state political offices.
Campaign Web site. Democratic.
Your guide to local, state and federal elections in Massachusetts. Features Electionfind, the only search engine exclusively devoted to Massachusetts politics.
Campaign Web site. Democratic.
Links to the Boston-area progressive activist community.
Book: William Bulger's autobiography.
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