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End Corporate Rule: Global Struggles Against the World Bank & IMF
Date Wednesday September 18
Time 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location Details
New College Theater, 777 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorCharlie Hinton
End Corporate Rule: Global Struggles Against the World Bank & IMF Wednesday September 18, 7:30 pm New College Theater, 777 Valencia Street, SF Live Webcast: at 7:30 pm on Sept 18: copy & paste into your browser: http://63.89.115.2:8000/listen.pls You will need the Real Media Player (free download at http://www.real.com) 50 Years is Enough 2002 Teach-In Tour Speakers: Demba Dembele, Senegal, Director of the Forum for African Alternatives, economist, and researcher with the National Coalition of Development NGOs (CONGAD) in Senegal. He has written extensively on international trade and finance, as well as on African economic integration. Carola Kinasha, Tanzania, works with the Tanzania Gender Networking Program, which fights for women's equality and rights in Tanzania and throughout Africa. She also contributes to the struggle through her songs and dance. Rebecca Malay, Philippines, works with the Philippine Freedom from Debt Coalition, composed of organizations and individuals from across the political spectrum. They have played crucial roles in a number of national mobilizations, including campaigns against the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, increases in oil prices, and attempts to impose a Value-Added Tax. Host organizations: New College Center for Education and Social Action, International Rivers Network, National Radio Project, NICCA, Global Exchange, Bay Area Jubilee Debt Cancellation Coalition, Marin Inter Faith Task Force, WAGE, Economic Justice Now. ($5-10 donation requested - no one turned away). For more information, contact: Charlie Hinton, 415-626-2139
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