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[OPIRG-EVENTS] Poster/PSA for teach-in
"Don't cry for me, Argentina"
The Finance Ministers and central bankers of the seven richest
countries in the world (the G7*) are meeting in Ottawa on February 8
& 9, 2002.
Why do they insist on enforcing policies that cause so much pain for
so many people? How can we stop them? What are the alternatives?
Learn how these policies affect people all over the world, and learn
how they affect you. Bring your own ideas for change.
Come to a Teach-In
Thursday, February 7, 7:00 pm
St. Paul University amphitheatre, 223 Main Street, Ottawa
Speakers will include:
Bill Moore-Kilgannon, Communications Coordinator, Council of
Canadians, and documentary filmmaker
Carl Hétu, Dévéloppement et Paix
Jane Stinson, Research Director, Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)
Jaggi Singh, Montréal-area activist and writer, and a member of the CLAC
Oscar Carrillo Arroyo, former organizer of the general student strike
at UNAM in Mexico City, a political refugee living in Canada, and an
activist in Montréal
Jeremy Wright, Economist
Brought to you by the good folks at Global Democracy Ottawa
For more information call 237-0730, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.gdo.ca
Wheelchair accessible. Bus Routes #5 and #16
*the G8 minus Russia
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