[mgj-discuss] Reminder: IDB demonstration and teach-in
sgrusky at citizen.org
Fri Apr 16 17:31:06 EDT 2004
The Center for Economic Justice (CEJ) is organizing a teach-in on the
of the IDB in the corporate globalization agenda. Topics include the
of the IDB in the World Bank/IMF agenda, the impact of IDB policies in
Central America, the Plan Puebla Panama, and Resistance against the IDB
Latin America. The teach-in will be followed by a demonstration at IDB
headquarters at 3pm, 4/22
Please spread the word
WHEN: April 22, 2004 9am-1pm
WHERE: St. Stephens Church, Newton and 16th Street, NW, Washington D.C.
blocks from the Columbia Heights Metro stop on the green line)
Camille Chalmers (Haiti), The Platform for the Advocacy of Alternative
Gustavo Castro Soto (Mexico), Center for Economic and Political
for Community Action
Bertha Caceres (Honduras), Council of Indigenous and Popular
Mario Godinez (Guatemala), Association for Community Promotion and
Jorge Varela (Honduras) The Committee for the Defense and Development
Flora and Fauna
DEMONSTRATION: IDB headquarters on 1300 New York Avenue NW at 3pm.
DIRECTIONS: By train, take the Red Line to the Metro Center stop. Take
13th Street exit. Walk one block north on 13th Street and turn left
New York Avenue, NW.
CONTACT: Mvuselelo Ngcoya, 202 393 6665 or mvu at econjustice.net
Please help distribute this announcement.
Thanking you in advance,
Center for Economic Justice
733 15th St. NW Suite 928
Washington DC 20005
Water for All Campaign
Phone: (202) 454-5133
"Most of our populace and all of our leaders are
participating in a mass hallucinatory fantasy in
which the megatons of waste we dump in our rivers
and bays are not poisoning the water, the hydrocarbons
we pump into the air are not changing the climate,
overfishing is not depleting the oceans, fossil fuels will
never run out, wars that kill masses of civilians are an
appropriate way to keep our hands on what's left, we
are not desperately overdrawn at the environmental bank
and really, the kids are all right."
Excerpt from Barbara Kingsolver
"The Good Farmer"
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