Speaking first was Eriko Nagai, a student with Northeastern Univeristy Campus Antiwar Network chapter. She was followed by Boston City Councilor Chuck Turner, Brown University Professor of English Literature William Keach, and Prof. Naseer Aruri of the National Council of Arab Americans.
Hear and download George Galloway's speech (non-commercial use only). Radio airplay is encouraged.
Download higher bandwidth version mp3 for radio and broadband:
mp3 - 48 kbps mono - 13 mg (37:36 minutes)
Download lower bandwidth version for dialup connections
mp3 - 16 kbps mono - 4.4 mb (37.36 minutes)
All U.S. events are sponsored by: The New Press, The Center for Economic Research and Social Change, International Socialist Review, and the National Council of Arab Americans.
Traprock Peace Center co-sponsored the Boston event. Also participating were speakers from the International Socialist Organization and the Campus Antiwar Network.
Traprock and the national sponsors wish to thank Jeff Manzelli. He recorded and edited the audio as our web editor was unavailable. His websites are http://www.freemanz.com/ and http://492cafe.org/
We were in a pinch to find an audiographer for that night, and coming to our aid was Stan Robinson, the radio host with the WZBC News Team, the radio station at Boston College. We also had help from two people affiliated with the North Bridge Chapter of The Alliance for Democracy.
See http://www.traprockpeace.org/george_galloway_audio.html for links to sponsoring and participating organizations.
See the National Tour Blog at http://www.traprockpeace.org/george_galloway_tour/
and learn more about George Galloway and the tour; find links for listening to his Sept. 14 debate with Christopher Hitchens and order tickets at http://www.mrgallowaygoestowashington.com
For those of you who wish to download the mp3 directly (and miss all the great photos and links) here is the mp3 file: