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Free speech: Not so free

Posted at 8:43 AM on August 14, 2008 by Tim Nelson (0 Comments)

Get a massage. Send a message.

That's what the Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War would like you to do tomorrow night at the Black Dog Cafe in downtown St. Paul. They're holding a silent auction, including restaurant meals, massages, private wine tastings, arts and crafts, use of vacation homes "and more" to raise money for the big protest planned for St. Paul on Sept. 1.

sundin.jess.JPGMarch organizers have had an office open all summer. They've got to pay for the lights and phones, sound equipment, signs and all manner of protest paraphernalia, according to Jess Sundin, one of the principal organizers.

Change the world, one art and craft at a time.




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