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Buffetlibre DJs and Amnesty International Present: PEACE, Compilation to Benefit Human Rights

Three weeks before the official launch of the PEACE compilation, Buffetlibre DJs have announced the latest additions to this new initiative, co-produced by Amnesty International. Back in September, we introduced you to PEACE, which includes exclusive songs by musicians from over 50 countries, building the first musical atlas in the net.


PEACE will be released on March 1, 2010, given for free to all those who, through the official website, make a minimum donation of € 2 in favor of the NGO Amnesty International. All proceeds will go to Amnesty International to stand up for humanity and human rights. Their purpose is to protect individuals wherever justice, fairness, freedom and truth are denied.

Watch the video below, and then jump after for some freebies. And make a donation on March 1!




mp3: Ivri Lider - Mike

mp3: The Requesters - Breakin Up

mp3: Marissa Nadler - I Love My Man

mp3: The Antlers - Two (Buffetlibre Remix)



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How did the Peace March during the Vietnam War impact our country economically?
Who were important in the peace march? Why was it important that veterans spoke at the capital who actually came from the Vietnam War? How did it impact the country short term and long term? Where and when did the peace march take place?

What are the basic concepts of freedom vs enslavement to you?
Also do you think the following to be a true statement:
"Depending on the society a 'slave' subject to a master may have more freedom and better treatment than one that lives in a 'free' society subject to a repressive economic system"

whatever our interests, our rights are undeniable and must be enforced in any circumstance

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