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Please join Peter Phillips and Project Censored May 14-16 in Santa Cruz for the Understanding Deep Politics Conference From: Project Censored (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Understanding Deep Politics Conference
University Inn and Conference Center Santa Cruz, CA May 14 – 16th, 2010
With Speakers: Cynthia McKinney, David Ray Griffin, Peter Dale Scott, Ellen Brown, Ian Crane, Annie Machon, Jim Marrs, Michael Parenti, Peter Phillips, and Barrie Zwicker
In one packed weekend, Understanding Deep Politics will bring together ten distinguished speakers and hundreds of concerned citizens for the purpose of challenging the mainstream perceptions of political reality - revealing the hidden forces behind many widely accepted historical and current events.
This unprecedented and provocative conference will span three days, including an early Friday evening meet and greet get-together.
Please join us at this sure-to-be-historic conference and be a part of the crucial effort to gain a critical, deeper understanding of the causes of our societal dilemmas as we work together to fashion new possibilities for the betterment of all.
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Early Bird Tickets until March 31st
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