[OPE-L:1769] another interesting site

Subject: [OPE-L:1769] another interesting site
From: michael a. lebowitz (mlebowit@sfu.ca)
Date: Tue Nov 30 1999 - 02:36:01 EST

        You may find this site (as well as Z Magazine's site) interesting in the
next few days. The independent (pirate) radio has been reporting tonight on
one occupation as well as one planned for tomorrow.

        in solidarity,

>Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 23:02:44 -0800
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> Studio X
> Streaming live online during the WTO. How to see and hear
> Realaudio and realvideo explained. (Realplayer also plays mp3 sounds.)
> Share your thoughts about the WTO. Rewire
> Have a news story, picture, video footage, or audio clip? Publish it here
> Calender
> View a calender of events in Seattle during the WTO ministerial Satellite
> Downlink satellite TV feeds in your home town Outreach
> Help break the information blockage, tell your friends about indymedia
> Background on the World Trade Organization from Public Citizen Daily
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> Contact Us
> Where we are and how to get a hold of us Media Guide
> Independent media outlets bring you the stories that don't make it past
>corporate filters. Find a TV show, radio program or newssheet that suits
>your information needs. The Seattle Indy Media Center is a
>coalition of many independent media organizations and producers, offering
>coverage of the upcoming WTO protests ignored by the corporate media.
>Click here for more info. Anti-WTO March Proceeds without
> by Seattle People's Assembly 10:07pm Mon Nov 29 '99
>>> The Seattle People's Assembly will march from the International
>>>District on November 30 even without the permit. This is part of the
>>>direct action in showing resistance and opposition to the World Trade
>>>Organization. The People's Assembly will be joined by students and
>>>youth, workers and many others.
> For Immediate Release
> For more information contact:
> Ace Saturay, 721-6355
> Anti-WTO Rally Defies Permit Denial
> (Seattle) - Delegates from the International Seattle Peoples Assembly will
>hold a rally at Fourth and Jackson in Seattle's International before
>marching down Fourth Street despite being denied a permit to march a part
>of the International Day of Protest Against the WTO. A People's Permit ,
>signed by community members and participants of the People's Assembly
>asserting the basic democratic right of the People's Assembly to voice
>their opposition to the World Trade Organization, will be carried
>throughout the March.
> The People's Assembly will march from the International District to
>Fourth and Pine where it will join with labor and other critics of the
>World Trade Organization.
>""We see the true meaning of globalization to the world's people every time
>we pick up the paper --- wage cuts and jobs loss, drastically reduced
>budgets for social needs, and the erosion of basic human rights. In short,
>it ravages the environment, devastates countries and subjugates entire
>peoples with unequaled ruthlessness.
Michael A. Lebowitz
Economics Department
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, B.C., Canada V5A 1S6
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