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2002-09-30

20,000 Peacefully Protest Against Corporate Globalization: D.C. Police Arrests 650 On Friday As IMF/World Bank Meetings Begin

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The voices and sounds from Saturday’s International Monetary Fund and World Bank protests.

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  • Scott Parkin, arrested IMF/World Bank protester.
  • Sharon Ann Lynch, Act-Up & Health Gap.
  • Ricardo Navarro, Friends of Earth, El Salvador.
  • Rahel Turner, Salaam/ University of Virginia.
  • Jaime Estevez, president of Chile’s state bank.
  • Lori Wallach, Public Citizen Global Trade Watch.
  • Ralph Nader, 2000 Green Party Presidential Candidate.

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