Stephanie Guilloud was a co-founder and organizer with the Direct Action Network in 1999 and is now the co-director of Project South. Stephanie is the editor of two anthologies: Through the Eyes of the Judged; Autobiographical Sketches from Incarcerated Young Men and Voices from the WTO; First-person Narratives from the People who Shut Down the World Trade Organization.
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Friday, November 29, 2019
WTO Shutdown: What Now and What Next
WTO Shutdown 20-Year Anniversary Series: The Shutdown WTO Organizers History Project and Common Dreams have produced this series of ten people's history accounts and forward-looking lessons from organizers who were in the streets of Seattle in 1999—at the very end of last century. Articles in the...
Friday, November 15, 2019
Remembering the Battle for Seattle: Organizers Launch Project to Reflect on 20 Years of Lessons
It is imperative that we remember what happened in Seattle 20 years ago. We are living in a moment of mass uprisings around the world. Today’s political moment traces back to many turning points in political, economic, and social movement history. In order to face the crises of today and chart our...