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Bruderhof Radio
The Balkans, Seattle, & Beyond
Regular Show
Kathryn Turnipseed; Mike Thornton with Rose Braz
 Andrew Zimmerman  Contact Contributor
Jan. 29, 2000, 6:42 a.m.
Finishing up our three-part series on activism, protest, and resistance with a look at the Balkans, the WTO protests in Seattle, and "where do we go from here?"
Producer: Andrew Zimmerman
Uploaded by: Andrew Zimmerman
Program Summary:
As globalization erodes the barriers between nation-states and transnational corporations steadily increase their foreign influence, it seems fair to say that Americans protesting wars today need to adopt a completely new model for resistance. In the final segment of the Roots of Resistance series, we hear from Kathryn Turnipseed, an anti-war and human-rights activist who spent three years living in war-torn Croatia in the mid 1990s. Turnipseed saw the war in the Balkans as resulting from economic injustice on the highest levels of international finance. She felt a call to work for peace, whether or not the US was directly involved militarily. Meanwhile, in the US, the first sign of a new model of protest came in November 1999, when crowds of protesters convened at the ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization in Seattle. To many, it represented not only a resurgence of mass organizing, but also the introduction of new tactics to fight a new reality of globalization. In our program, Mike Thornton of KVMR Radio speaks with Rose Braz, a San Francisco lawyer, about the tactics used in the WTO protests.

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