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AFTER QUEBEC: Where Does the Global Justice Movement Go From Here?

A new generation of fighters and political activists is being forged in the wake of protests against the WTO in Seattle, the a16 protests in Washington D.C. against the IMF and World Bank and the April protests against the FTAA.
AFTER QUEBEC: Where Does the Global Justice Movement Go From Here?

A panel with Kevin Danaher, Soren Ambrose and Meredith Kolodner.

A new generation of fighters and political activists is being forged in the wake of protests against the WTO in Seattle, the a16 protests in Washington D.C. against the IMF and World Bank, and the April protests against the FTAA.

What’s next in the fight against corporate globalization? How can we beat the multinationals? This discussion, led by Kevin Danaher of Global Exchange, Soren Ambrose of 50 Years is Enough and Meredith Kolodner of the International Socialist Organization and the New York Coalition to Stop the FTAA, aims to contribute and further this ongoing debate.

4:15pm Friday, June 15, Congress Plaza Hotel, 520 S. Michigan Ave. Downtown Chicago.
Part Of
A WORLD TO FIGHT FOR, A WORLD TO WIN
Socialist Summer School 2001

For more information call 773 583 8665, e-mail socialistsummerschool2001 (at) hotmail.com or visit www.socialistsummerschool.org.

Check out these other meetings at Socialist Summer School - The End of the Miracle Economy - Why Workers Are Central to Changing Society - Black Power in the Unions in the 1970s - Why Half the World Goes Hungry - Capitalism is Killing the Planet - Can Labor Organize the New Economy - On the Front Lines of Labor’s Battles Today - Can a Planned Economy Work? - Who Controls the Media? - Marxism and Trade Union Struggle - The Politics of Neoliberalism - Is There An Energy Crisis? - Why “Buying American” Won’t Help U.S. Workers - Fighting Corporate Power with Chie Abad - and more.

Sponsored by the International Socialist Organization (www.internationalsocialist.org) and the Center for Economic Research and Social Change.
 
 

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