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Article The Battle for Reality
David Solnit was one of the Direct Action Network organizers for the 1999 WTO demonstrations in Seattle. He looks at what really happened in Seattle, what politicians and the mainstream media have done with the story, and what difference the new movie "Battle in Seattle" might make to public thinking about the 1999 demonstrations.
Located in Issues / Purple America
Article 7 Ways the Battle of Seattle Changed the World
Ten years later, the protests of 1999 are still having an impact.
Located in People Power
Article The WTO and the Myth of Activist Violence
The people who have made our world through direct action have been treated as dangerous, even if they are revered when their radical acts are at a safe distance.
Located in People Power
Article The World Turned Out in Seattle
WTO+10: The 1999 protests changed America's image in the eyes of the world, crippled the WTO, and energized an international civil movement for social and economic justice.
Located in People Power
Blog Entry One More Thing Seattle's WTO Shutdown Taught the World
Among the many ripple effects of the successful shutdown of the WTO in Seattle in 1999 is one that few know about. The organizing that went into the direct action, marches, media center, and forums inspired the organizers of the World Social Forums, which have become some of the world's most important centers of people power.
Located in YES! Blogs / Sarah van Gelder
Article Seattle + 10
Time to declare our independence from Wall Street
Located in New Economy
Article The "Battle in Seattle" at 10
WTO+10: Did the 1999 protests against the World Trade Organization actually make a difference?
Located in New Economy
Article The Meaning of Seattle: Truth Only Becomes True Through Action
WTO+10: Before 1999, the momentum of globalization seemed to sweep everything in front of it, including the truth. But in Seattle, ordinary women and men made truth real with collective action.
Located in New Economy
Article Waking Up to the Dangers of "Free Trade"
WTO+10: When Fran Korten first started warning people about NAFTA, many had never heard of it. But the 1999 protests in Seattle showed that Americans were learning what many in the developing world had known for years: free trade agreements are not just esoteric rules about what goods can cross borders. They are about who rules—corporations or people.
Located in New Economy
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