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Bruderhof Radio & Seattle Indymedia
Looking Back at N30
Regular Show
 Andrew Zimmerman  Contact Contributor
Nov. 17, 2000, 5:38 a.m.
An audio documentary looking back at the events of Nov 30, 1999.
Producer: Andrew Zimmerman & Brad Zeffren
Uploaded by: Andrew Zimmerman
In this special co-production with the Seattle Independent Media Center, we present a look back at the events of Tuesday, November 30, 1999, when tens of thousands of protestors took to the streets of Seattle to protest the actions of global capitalism as embodied by the World Trade Organization. The message to global capitalism was clear: we will not stand for your secretive politicking or destructive practices - and so powerful was this unity of purpose that the state responded with excessively harsh force. Suddenly scared by the mass mobilization, the police of Seattle came down indiscriminately on protestors of all stripes and by-standers alike. They used tear gas, truncheons, and rubber bullets on those they'd pledged to serve and protect. As these images of police brutality filled newspaper pages and TV screens, millions of Americans saw for the first time the lengths to which big business will go to protect its interests. This exciting audio documentary is composed primarily of sounds recorded on the streets of Seattle by independent journalists and community members.

Bruderhof Radio is a production of the Bruderhof Communities, a Christian movement dedicated to nonviolence, communal living and justice. Members pool their time and talents, and share all goods and property in common. For more information about the Bruderhof Communities and Bruderhof Radio, call (800) 778-8461 ext 239, or email, or visit

The Seattle Independent Media Center is part of an international collective of independent media organizations and journalists called Indymedia, offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage of local and global issues. Indymedia is a democratic and participatory citizens' media outlet for the creation of radical and accurate news and information. Visit their up-to-the-minute newswire and extensive archive on the web at

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