Video Release: “Praha 2000: World Bank and IMF Under Siege”

You’ve been waiting forever, and it’s finally here. Praha 2000: World Bank and IMC Under Siege is now complete and is ready for distribution…In this video, interviews with organizers, demonstrators, observers, and theorists explain this new movement for freedom and why the IMF and World Bank are "under siege".

The Prague Independent Media Center presents:

Praha 2000: World Bank and IMF Under Siege

On September 26th, 2000, activists from around the world gathered to protest the World Bank and International Monetary Fund’s annual meeting in Prague.

On the heels of persistent massive protests
against global economic institutions, the protests in Prague marked the first time that trade unionists, students, anarchists, workers, pacifists, socialists, non-governmental organizations, communists,
ecologists, and many other groups came together under the banner of anti-globalization and anti-capitalism.

In this video, interviews with organizers, demonstrators, observers, and theorists explain this
new movement for freedom and why the IMF and World Bank are "under siege".

You’ve been waiting forever, and it’s finally here. Praha 2000: World Bank and IMC Under Siege is now complete and is ready for distribution. This is the U.S. mix of the video compiled in Amsterdam, re-edited in Italy, and now updated with more interviews and WB/IMF information. Individual copies of this tape may be purchased online at http://www.freespeech.org for $20.

If you would like to organize a screening and want to get a case of tapes to sell, please send an email to
info@praguevideo.indymedia.org

Tapes may be purchased wholesale at $10 each in quantities of 10 or more.

To watch the video, or for more information, check out: http://praguevideo.indymedia.org

Thanks to all those who have worked so hard to make this video possible!

Author: Adam Stenftenagel

News Service: IMC-Global

URL: http://www.indymedia.org