Resistance / FACTS
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INDONESIA: Shouting slogans against the IMF and globalization, young Indonesians pour onto the streets of Jakarta, 18 April 2001. Police break up the demonstration with teargas and batons.
GHANA: Two woman from Jubilee South, a network of Southern groups campaigning for the non-payment of illegitimate debt, an end to repayment conditionalities, and recognition of the social, historical and ecological debts due to the peoples of the South.
BRAZIL: The Landless Movement occupy a piece of land. They have taken part in mobilizations from Seattle to Quebec to Genoa.
SOUTH KOREA: A giant statue made of old US bomb casings burns as 20,000 workers and students protest globalization at the ASEM free-trade meetings in Seoul, October 2000.
AUSTRALIA: Anti-capitalist demonstrator outside the stock exchange, May Day 2001.
INDIA: One hundred thousand farmers converge on New Delhi, September 1998 to demand India’s withdrawal from the World Trade Organization.
ECUADOR: Huípala, the flag of diversity, is carried aloft by indigenous women after the IMF ‘dollarizes’ the economy, January 2000.
THAILAND: Nike’s brand becomes a scythe of death in the hands of protesting sweatshop workers.
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