Caputi, Jamail and Chomsky Benefit Raises $4300 for the Justice for Fallujah Project
BOSTON/Beacon Hill - A talk by US Marine veteran Ross Caputi, journalist Dahr Jamail (on live video via the internet), and MIT Prof. Noam Chomsky drew over 150 attendees to the Paulist Center on Thursday. The event was a benefit to help the Justice for Fallujah Project bring two Iraqi doctors to the US to present their research on the health crisis in Fallujah since the US military invasion in 2003. Alisa LaSotnik was Master of Ceremonies and music was provided by Simon Rios. According to organizers, the benefit was a success - raising the $4,300 necessary to bring the Fallujah doctors to America in the near future.
The 1 hour 30 minute audio recording of the talk can be played directly on this page or downloaded from the Internet Archive audio service in the free software Ogg Vorbis format. Download the free software VLC Player to play Ogg Vorbis files on your own computer.