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(en) US, [nycanarchists] *** City-wide FTAA Meeting, Nov 4th 6:30pm ***

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Date Wed, 29 Oct 2003 08:23:26 +0100 (CET)

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Date/Time: Tuesday, November 4th - 6:30pm
Location: CUNY Grad Center, Room 5414 (Corner of 34th street & 5th Ave)
(scroll down for other FTAA related events in NYC this week, ride boards,
and Calender of events taking place down in Miami)
With only a little over 2 weeks left until the important FTAA ministerial
down in Miami - this meeting will be a place for people to get updated and
get involved with a variety of FTAA related events:
*Report back from the New Haven consulta over the weekend
*Updates on organizing down in Miami, logistics for travel etc.
*Getting on the Bus leaving from New York City, Tuesday Nov. 18th
*Organizing solidarity actions/ fundraising for the trip down to Miami
*Legal/Medical updates

Based on the turn out and discussion at this meeting we will be putting
down payments on transportation - please try to attend this meeting if at
all possible, even if you are not sure you are heading down. There are a
lot of people who simply cannot head down because of work/school - but
hopefully they can find ways to support those who are able to but do not
have the financial resources.

As it stands - busses will be leaving New York on Tuesday (18th) late
afternoon/early evening and staying in Miami until Saturday (22nd)
returning to New York City at some point Sunday afternoon. However busses
will not be organized if there is not enough interest as no one can afford
to cover the high costs of empty seats etc.


Leading up to next Tuesdays meeting there are a few important events that
people should be aware of by now:

*North East consulta in New Haven CT this weekend - if people have cars
available please contact me at: max@riseup.net or otherwise post on the
ride board at: www.gpjo.org/yale.htm
(You can use the website to register, get the program etc.)

*The Autonomous Social Movements Caravan is making its NYC stops this week
(Tuesday through Thursday) - for more info check out: www.autonomista.org

*This Thursday, October 30th from 6-10pm there will be a large FTAA event
over at New York University (FREE - bring ID though) featuring:
-Rainforest Action Network/ Global Exchange speaking tour
-Beehive Collective presentation
-Autonomous Caravan

Located @ the Bronfman Center @ NYU 6-10pm
7 East 10th Street (between University & 5th Ave)

Calendar of Events

Nov. 18-21 - Miami, Florida - Stop the FTAA

TUESDAY, November 18, 2003
• Miami Reality Tours
• Tech-Ins (Workshops and Panels - Theme: "Sustainability and
• Workers’ Forum
• ORIT Int’l Labor Forum (all day, Gusman Theater)
• People’s Carnival (6-10 p.m.)
• The other face of the FTAA – Latin@ conference
• Steelworkers’ Forum (evening, Marriott, Biscayne Bay)
• Interfaith Vigil (evening, Methodist Church)

WEDNESDAY, November 19, 2003
• Teach-Ins (Workshops and Panels – Theme: "Health & Social
• AFSCME Rally to Take Back Public Education (12noon, School
Board, 1450 NE 2nd Ave.)
• People’s Gala for Global Justice (5-7pm Bayfront Park
Biscayne Blvd and NW 1st)
• Globalization and the African World Conference
• The other face of the FTAA – Latin@ conference
• AFL-CIO Workers Forum (3-5pm, Gusman Theater, 174 E.
Flagler Street)

THURSDAY, November 20, 2003
• MARCH AND RALLY (2-5 p.m. - BayFront Park Amphitheater,
Biscayne Blvd and NW 1st)
• Amnesty International rally at the Torch of Friendship
(Biscayne Boulevard and NE 3rd St.)
• Globalization and the African World Conference
• The other face of the FTAA – Latin@ conference
• Concert with David Rovics, Chris Chandler, Anne Feeney,
David Moore and other special guests (8pm, Churchill's, 5501
NE 2nd Ave.)

FRIDAY, November 21, 2003
• Tech-Ins (Workshops and Panels - Proposed Theme: "Voices of
the Global Economy")
• Globalization and the African World Conference
• Final Press Conference

SATURDAY, November 22, 2003
• Globalization and the African World Conference

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