Guest Speakers Include:                                                          Starhawk, author and activist, Dennis Brutus, former political prisoner in South Africa, Chie Abad, a former sweatshop worker from the Philippines and Damu Smith, Black Voices for Peace

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 12:00 ?V 5:30 P.M.
University of the District of Columbia
4200 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Building #38
For more information contact: (202) 722-1392

Come to the People's Summit to learn, discuss and
debate different issues in the global justice/
anti-corporate movement. The afternoon??s events will
be made up of workshops with a final plenary titled
"Debates In The Movement: Where Do We Go From Here?"
We will also have information on the protests,
teach-ins and trainings being held to protest the IMF
and World Bank Meetings and Bush??s planned war on


Opening Panel: 12:00-1:00pm

The September 2002 Mobilizations in DC: Why Are We Protesting?

Speakers from Mobilization for Global Justice, Colombia Mobilization, Anti-Capitalist Convergence, DC Social Forum and Peace Groups

Workshops Session 1: 1:05pm- 2:15pm

* Bigger and Badder than the Bank: Export Credit Agencies and Corporate-led Globalization
* Iraq: The Mad Drive for War and How to Resist it
* Can We Zap Our Way to a Safe Food Supply?
* Why McDonald?s needs McDonnell-Douglas: Connecting Economic and Military Imperialism
* The Untold Story of the World Summit on Sustainable Development

Workshops Session 2: 2:30- 3:45pm

* Globalization and Resistance in Colombia
* The Ongoing Struggle for Palestine
* Hey, Anti-Authoritarian Anti-Capitalists, What Are You FOR?: A Dialogue Between Anarchism & Marxist-Humanism.
* Fair Trade Coffee
* Gentrification in DC: The Grand Prix and Other Grand Schemes

Final Plenary: 4:00- 5:30 pm

Debates in the Movement: Where Do We Go From Here? Dialogue with Starhawk, activist and writer; Dennis Brutus, former political prisoner in South Africa; Damu Smith, Black Voices for Peace; and Chie Abad, a former sweatshop worker from the Philippines