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Sunday, July 09, 2006
Protest the New York Times Revealing of U.S. Secrets,
Monday, July 10, @ 5 p.m.
(Thanks to Free Republic.)
We have a sound permit, and we will be across the street from the New York Times. They are at 229 West 43rd Street.