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Here are some of the actions that took place on September 10th and 11th.
It is that time of the year again to get out and let the people of Boston know that truth aboput what has shaped the last 20 year of our lives. We need people to stand on hte overpass at Walnut and the Mass turnpike and also people to operate the Boston 9/11 Truth Booth ikn from the Massachusasets State House.
The Dates: September 10th & 11th
What we need: Volunteers for both venues
Locations: Massachusetts Turnpike, Massachusetts State House
- September 10th, request for volunteers. Boston 9/11 truth will be doing our annual Hi-Way Blogging on Sept. 10th & 11th on the Walnut bridge over the Massachusetts Turnpike from 3pm to 6pm. We need volunteers to hold signs and hand out 9/11 literature. Parking is at the Star Market parking lot at the corner of Walnut st. bridge and the Mass pike.
- September 11th, 10am to 2pm, Boston 911Truth also needs volunteers to hand out literature at the foot of the Massachusetts State house steps to passers by and legislators. We will have our Truth Action Tent and 20 foot banners.
Please call: Alfred Magaletta, 978-387-7790.
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