N30 Events in Seattle

After taking action during the day for climate justice, fair trade, and immigrant rights, take the evening to reflect and celebrate the WTO+10 throughout Seattle…

6 p.m. “Today We Have the Power” produced by Christopher Timm, at University of Washington, Johnson Hall. Click here for more information.

7 p.m. “Nov 30, 2009: Ten Years to the Day that Seattle Shut Down the WTO”. Eric Holtz-Gimenez, Executive Director of Food First-Institute Food and Development Policy, Author of ‘Food Rebellions: Crisis and the Hunger for Justice’-at the University of WA, Gould Hall, on the corner of NE 40th St. and 15th Ave NE-Admission free of charge

5:45 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.  N30: 10 year anniversary – The BATTLE in SEATTLE. Commemorate the 10 year anniversary of the “Battle in Seattle” Through International Solidarity, Foods, Arts, Multi-media and being involved in the struggle….After 10 years…Now What? Beacon Hill Library 2821 Beacon Ave, Seattle , WA, Sponsored by: Philippine US-Solidarity, No to WTO / People’s Assembly, International League of Peoples’ Struggle, Bailout the People Movement-Seattleand BAYAN-USA.  For info, email: [email protected]

8 p.m. “The Whole World Was Watching,” a new half hour program on KCTS Channel 9 Seattle produced by John de Graaf

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