Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2001 09:35:16 -0700 (PDT)

Upcoming Quebec Free Trade Protest

Irvine -- Later this month, activists will be gathering in Quebec City over the issue of the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). Today's edition of Subversity includes a feature from the National Radio Project's Making Contact on the FTAA.

The show airs from 4-5 p.m. on KUCI, 88.9 fm in Orange County, Calif., and is Web-cast at

We plan to discuss local actions, including a teach-in scheduled for Wednesday, April 11, at UC-Irvine (beginning at 5:30 p.m., location to be announced), on the FTAA. For more info. on the Academia & Action teach-in at UCI, contact

Making Contact ( is a production of the National Radio Project. This program includes the following participants:

    Chuck Mack, Teamsters Union 
    Carlos Beas, Union of Indigenous Committees in the Northern Zone
    Ramon Antipan, Canadian postal worker 
    Lori Wallach, Global Trade Watch 
    Clemente "Ibe" Wilson, Kuna Youth Movement (near Panama) 
    Marcella Olivera, Coalition for the Defense of Water and Life
    Antonia Juhasz, International Forum on Globalization 
    Richard Langlois, Centrale des Syndicats du Qubec 
    Hector De La Cueva, Red Mexicana de Accin Frente al Libre Comercio
    Nicolas Lefebvre Legault, Comit Populaire de St-Jean Baptiste 
    Jaggi Singh, People's Global Action 

We'll also bring you the latest Free Speech Radio News including a report from Mexico City on the Zapatistas addressing the Mexican Congress. (See

thanx for listening...


Daniel C. Tsang
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