Free-Trade Failures from Canada to Colombia: <br>Stop SPP and the Colombia FTA</strong></b><Title></h1></font> <font size=5><h2> <a target="_blank" href=" http://www.websuccess4you.biz/American-Public-Policy-Government-Accountability/march9flierb&w.pdf"> SAVE THE .PDF File of this Announcement </a> <br> 2 p.m. Sunday, March 9<br> MIT Building 34, Room 101<br> 50 Vassar Street, off Mass. Ave<br> Free and open to everyone!<br></h2> <p>Learn about the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, a "super-NAFTA" package of trade and security<br> initiatives organized behind closed doors between corporate leadership and the Mexican, Canadian, and US governments, and the Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement (Colombia FTA), a “free-trade” deal built on a history of neoliberal repression of workers rights. Find out how you can stop these undemocratic pro-corporate giveaways, and protect the rights of people, communities, and ecosystems threatened by “free trade.”</p> Speakers include:<br> • Carleen Picard of the Council of Canadians;<br> • Hector Sánchez, policy education coordinator for Global Exchange's Mexico Program;<br> • Manuel Pérez Rocha of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington,<br> • Author Maria Clemencia Ramirez, of the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History<br> • Luis Fernando Castro of Colombia Vive<br> Co-sponsored by the Greater Boston Latin American and Caribbean Coalition,<br> Boston/Cambridge Alliance for Democracy,<br> North Bridge Alliance for Democracy,<br> AFSC Project Voice, MIT Western Hemisphere Project,<br> Colombia Vive, Massachusetts Global Action,<br> Jobs with Justice, Grassroots International and Global Exchange.<br> For information, please call Barbara at 781-894-1179, <br> or email afd@thealliancefordemocracy.org <br> <br> <a href="http://click.linksynergy.com/fs-bin/click?id=TQhtzIMGsz8&offerid=46111.10000021&type=4&subid=0"><IMG border=0 alt=banner src="http://ad.linksynergy.com/fs-bin/show?id=TQhtzIMGsz8&bids=46111.10000021&type=4&subid=0"></a> <br> <br> </html>