Globalization Archive

Radical folk musician and organizer Ryan Harvey, along with others, called into Free Radio Santa Cruz from New Haven to give an update on the DNC2RNC march.

The biotechnology industry meeting in San Francisco was countered by an alternative gathering called Reclaim the Commons, from June 3-9, 2004.

In November, 2003, trade ministers from 34 countries met in Miami, Florida, to negotiate the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA).

Hundreds of people marched from Santa Cruz Mission Plaza and demonstrated at national financial institutions in downtown, as part of Occupy Santa Cruz

Photos taken in the late morning of Sunday, May 2, as the graffiti and broken glass were being removed.

The HidroAysen project involves 3 dams on the Pascua River and 2 dams on the Baker River that would flood globally rare forest ecosystems and some of the most productive agricultural land in the Aysen region.

Mothers breastfed their babies and displayed photos removed by Facebook as part of a coordinated and widespread campaign in support of the rights of breastfeeding mothers and their children everywhere.

The University of California’s most significant contribution to the world has been in the form of increasingly sophisticated and destructive nuclear weapons.

Hundreds of people protested in Richmond on March 15th, 2008, to demand that Chevron stop stealing oil around the world while polluting our communities. The actions were in solidarity with the peoples, plants and animals of Ecuador, Nigeria, Burma, Iraq, Alberta and every other community exploited and poisoned by Chevron (Texaco, Unocal, etc!)

The Navy and other branches of the military wanted to avoid dealing with the Raging Grannies, so they, closed on December 15, 2007.