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Celebrate the 1st Anniversary of Seattle!
22 Nov 2000
Celebrate the one year anniversary of Seattle and the beginning of the U.S. movement for global justice. Attend the premiere Boston screening of This is What Democracy Looks Like!
One year ago this week preparations were in full force for the first of many mass actions on U.S. soil to protest neo-liberal economic policies which are resulting in environmental destruction, economic injustice and human rights atrocities across the globe. Over 50,000 people converged on Seattle to protest the meetings of the World Trade Organization (WTO) an unelected body of world trade representatives meeting to determine international laws which would supercede those of individual nations. But the meetings barely started when they were called off due to street blockades and a refusal on the part of some South delegates to continue participating without concessions to the needs of their countries.

All this and more is recorded in the 70 minute documentary This Is What Democracy Looks Like. Cut from footage of over 100 media activists, and marking a turning point in media collaborationn. This Is What Democracy Looks Like captures the raw energy of the WTO protests while clarifying their global and historic significance at the same time.

Celebrate the 1st Anniversary of Seattle at the premiere Boston screening of This Is What Democracy Looks Like, Thursday, November 30, 2000.

Time: 7:30 pm
Location: MIT Room 10-250
Suggested Donation: $5 (to benefit Boston IMC)

For more information call 617-256-8920.
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is it possible to change the white letters
24 Nov 2000
It is impossible to print your news given white letters text and background black don'enable
print outs of it a the Library 1 hour or 20 minutes limit of readership, but which allows free
printing for enough number of papers to copy and read at home your internet news? Thanks,
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