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Seattle Weekly: WTO Protest Calendar · Saturday, Nov 25 through Saturday, Dec 2, 2000 
Through Dec 1
Pick up and fill out forms for a mass filing of claims by anyone who was tear-gassed, beaten, denied free speech, intimidated, denied access to the "no protest zone" or otherwise mistreated during the 1999 WTO events. Forms at Community Action Network, 115 Prefontaine, 3rd & Yesler or at City Clerk's office, Municipal Bldg, info Dec 1 Mass Filing Coalition, info 206.632.1656 or www.seattlecan.org (nb 2007, web link dead)

Sat Nov 25, 1-5 pm
Prepare for WTO Anniversary events in a Nonviolent Direct Action Training led by Nonviolent Action Community of Cascadia, at 115 Prefontaine (3rd & Yesler), $5-$50 -- no one turned away for lack of funds, info and preregistration 206.632.1656

Sun Nov 26, 3-6 pm
Jam for Justice Benefit for Tent Village III, Food Not Bombs will be donating soup, and entertainment will include folk legend Jim Page, Celtic crooner Joe Martin (of Clay Pipe), Paula Maya, suggested donation $10, no one will be turned away, please bring surplus winter clothing, El Centro de la Raza, 2524 16th Ave S, info 206.624.9392

Sun Nov 26, 7 and 9 pm
Seattle Independent Media Center presents "This is What Democracy Looks Like!", Broadway Performance Hall, Broadway & Pine, $7-20, info 206.262.0721

Mon Nov 27, 7 pm
Janet Thomas reading from her recently completed book, "The Battle in Seattle: The Story Behind and Beyond the WTO Demonstrations," published by Fulcrum (www.fulcrum-books.com), University of Washington, Kane Hall, info jthomas@rockisland.com

Tues Nov 28, 7 pm
Janet Thomas reading (see 11/27), Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park Towne Center, 17171 Bothell Way NE

Wed Nov 29, 6-10 pm
International Solidarity Night, organizing fair and open mike, photo exhibits, refreshments, film showing -- 6:30 pm teach-in, speakers from Africa, Asia, & South America -- 8:00 pm, sponsored by The People's Assembly and Jubilee 2000, First United Methodist Church, 811 5th Ave at Columbia, info 206.763.9611 or 206.323.0300 x337

Weds Nov 29, 6-9 pm
Planning and advising for those considering participating in the mass filing of claims against the City of Seattle, see 12/1, Seattle University, Piggot Hall 103

Wed Nov 29, 7 pm
"N29 Celebrate The Movement" benefit show for Jam for Justice and Independent Media Center, featured artists include Source of Labor, Jim Page, Big Medicine, Basement Nation, at the Showbox Music Club, 1426 1st, tickets at IMC, Speakeasy, Showbox, info 425.445.7748

Wed Nov 29, 9 pm
Independent Action Media presents "Show for Social Justice", an evening of improvisational jazz / funk / rock music includes "Transmutations", The Flood, Basement Nation, Rainbow Bar & Grill, 722 NE 45th St and 8th in the U-District, info 206.634.1761

Nov 30 - Dec 2, Paris
Paris N30 Anniversary International Conference, "1 Year After Seattle: Building a World of Citizens", La Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, France, info www.postseattle.org (nb 2005, web link dead)

Thurs Nov 30, noon
N30 Global Potluck, a giant thank-you cake for Mayor Schell and Port Commissioner Davis -- now the whole world knows that the WTO is actually a corporate system that overturns democratically enacted laws. Join "A Feast of Resistance", NO WTO cookies, organic apples, bring good food, at Westlake Park (downtown Seattle), Your Mothers Army/Global Action Seattle, info 206.438.6847

Thurs Nov 30, 12:34 pm
Calling for a student & worker walkout -- the south square, Seattle Central Community College, student planned street party at 2:00 pm, free food by Food Not Bombs, DJ's, bands, march downtown to Westlake Center leaving around 4:00 pm to join the N30 carnival against capitalism, info mailto:dissident@riseup.net

Thurs Nov 30, 3 pm
The No to WTO / Seattle International People's Assembly meet (2:00-3:00 pm) at 4th and Jackson then march to the Westlake rally, Commemorate the Battle of Seattle! Reclaim Our Street! Reclaim Our Future! Continue our Resistance against the WTO and IMF/WM! Expose and Oppose Imperialistic Globalization! info 206.763.9611

Thurs Nov 30, 4-7 pm
Seattle University Law School National Lawyers Group presents "This is What Democracy Looks like!" followed by a panel including Fred Diamondstone (Trial Lawyers for Public Justice) and Prof. Gonzales on the global impact of the WTO, reception to follow, Piggot Hall, Seattle Univ, info 206.632.1803

Thurs Nov 30, 6:30-10 pm
King County Labor Council Anniversary Celebration with food, entertainment and speakers, K C Labor Temple, 2800 1st Ave, info 206.441.8511

Thurs Nov 30, 6-9 pm
Seattle Chat Club (formerly Art Bell Club) will hold a WTO Remembrance Candlelight Gathering in front of Seattle Central Community College, info 206.329.1794

Thurs Nov 30, 7:30 pm
Janet Thomas reading (see 11/27), Elliott Bay Books, South Main & 1st Ave S

Fri Dec 1, 11 am Rally at Court House Park (3rd & Yesler) followed by a march to the City Clerk's Office at the Municipal Building for the mass filing of claims -- see first calendar item

Fri Dec 1, 8 pm
The Seattle Independent Media Center presents "This is What Democracy Looks Like!" Independent Media Center, 1415 3rd Ave, $5-20 sliding scale, info 206.262.0721

Sat Dec 2, 10-6:30 pm -- Doors open at 9 am, refreshments served
"Taking Back the Power: A Community Forum on Local and Global Movements for Justice", speakers include: Hanna Petros (USTAWI), Tyree Scott (NW Labor and Employment Law Office, LELO), author David Korten, workshops, sponsors include the American Friends Service Committee, People's Coalition for Justice and Roundtable for Economic and Environmental Justice at Seattle Central Community College, info 206.632.0500 x20

Sat Dec 2, 10 am-evening
Global People's Assembly on challenges and opportunities for uniting global civil society into a powerful network giving voice to the people, Center for Urban Horticulture, 3501 NE 41st, info 206.721.5672 or www.ourvoices.org (nb 2005, web link dead)

Credits and More Information:
  • www.citiaction.org (nb 2005, web link dead)
  • www.scn.org/wtocal
  • www.seattlecan.org (nb 2007, web link dead)

Live coverage of N30 events: www.microradio.net or 89.1 FM

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