Progressive Populist Resources
News and analysis is available all over the Internet if
you know where to look.
Information on the Global Fairness agenda of the organized
Campaign on Corporate Globalization and Postive
reports from alternative press
with background and links to progressive groups on trade
Background and information on globalization and corporate
Advocates that governments and international financial institutions cancel and/or repudiate illegitimate debt in poverty-stricken nations.
A human rights organization dedicated to promoting
environmental, political, and social justice around the world, its
web site has breaking news and information on the April days of
action in Washington.
Live coverage of IMF and World Bank protests
a non-profit alliance founded in 1994 to stimulate new
Some helpful links:
joint activity, and public education in response to economic
news and background from the April days of action in
Coverage of the April days of action, also known as "Seattle,
the Sequel." Also see the
"Seattle Sequel in DC" editorial from 4/24/00 issue.
See also Free
Trade/Fair Trade, a forum (from the 12/6/99 issue)
Links to breaking news and comment on global corporatization
and other progressive issues.
with nuggets gleaned from Sam Smithg
A division of Ralph Nader's Public Citizen that keeps an eye
on trade issues.
Comprehensive coverage by Seattle's alternative weekly,
including background on the WTO and reports from the
a speech by Jim Hightower at an anti-WTO rally in Austin on
Oct. 18, 1999
WTO and trade information by the Institute for Agriculture
and Trade Policy, including a calendar of activities in Seattle and
beyond; documents, articles and reports on trade; live and archived
multimedia reporting from delegates, officials, community leaders and
activists during the Ministerial; a press center to assist the media
in covering the trade debates; categorized links to trade resources
around the world; and facts to help you understand complicated trade
a source for understanding global economics and trade issues,
IMF/World Bank demonstrations in Washington DC.
Remarks of Ronnie Dugger, founder and co-chair, Alliance for
Democracy, at a Public Forum on the Multilateral Agreement on
Investments in Austin December 3, 1997
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