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(en) Canada, Ottawa: BRINGING THE STRUGGLE HOME -- the IMF, War and Globalization

From "Lysander Zimmerman" <LAMZ@sympatico.ca>
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2001 06:17:42 -0500 (EST)


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> From: "montreal" <montreal@dojo.tao.ca>
> From: Darren Puscas <darrenp@riseup.net>

 ===> BRINGING THE STRUGGLE HOME: A CRITICAL LOOK AT THE IMF, WAR AND
 GLOBALIZATION <===

 Wednesday, November 14th, 7:00pm
 Room 202 Montpetit Hall (125 Université),
 University of Ottawa
 Wheelchair Accessible

 Panelists:

 * Sue Collis, organizer with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP)
 and the Ontario Common Front in Toronto

 * Chelby Daigle-Oniyemofe, member of Anti-Oppression Ottawa

 * Jaggi Singh, member of the Anti-Capitalist Convergence (CLAC) and AGIR
 (Action contre la guerre, l'imperialisme et le racisme) in Montreal


 "Bringing the Struggle Home" is a contribution to the collective
 organizing and analysis leading up to the demonstrations in Ottawa against
 the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank and G20 meetings
 (November 16- 18), as well against the Tory provincial government
 (November 15).  This evening panel and discussion aims to make links
 between capitalist globalization abroad and at home; between the IMF's
 structural adjustment programmes and the Tories' Common Sense Revolution;
 between globalization and imperialism; and ultimately, between imperialism
 and "America's New War".

 "Bringing the Struggle Home" will also look critically, and honestly, at
 the social justice movement against globalization, including
 anti-oppression politics, racism, anti-authoritarian organizing, as well
 as strategy and tactics after Genoa and September 11.

 There will be a free-ranging discussion after the panel presentations, as
 well as announcements and key information about upcoming actions, demos
 and teach-ins between November 15-18 in Ottawa. Bring a friend and come
 out in large numbers. Find out what those "radicals" are up to anyway.


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