Activists planning to rally thousands of protesters outside the World Economic Forum next week soundly rejected the idea that the city is too traumatized in the aftermath of Sept. 11 to experience any more disorder. In fact, they predicted yesterday, New Yorkers will welcome a spirited dissent.
The A.N.S.W.E.R. coalition's logistics team in NYC has put together a list of things YOU can do in the last week to help make Feb. 1-2 protests in New York City vs. the World Economic Forum a resounding success! (ALSO: check out the calendar at the bottom of this post listing ANSWER-sponsored NY area events to participate in this coming week. Other events, including those outside NYC are listed on the pages of the ANSWER site : www.internationalanswer.org )
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Spiegel, which owns Newport News and Eddie Bauer, joins a list of 28 companies that have made similar pledges in the past 20 months against association with the pariah nation, reviled for its use of forced labor.