Monday, June 12, 2006

Thank you to the South Korean contingent who came through NYC!

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Photos from June 9, 2006.

Friday, June 09, 2006

June 8, 2006: Rally in front of a building near Capitol Hill and a mock funeral of multinational agro-giant Cargill in front of the company offices in Washington, DC.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

June 7, 2006: Sam bo Il Bae (three steps and one bow) for 1.5 km in front of the Capitol Building to Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC.

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Building with allies.
All night vigil in Lafayette Park, June 5, 2006.

KBS News:Video of June 5, 2006

Protesting in front of the White House, June 6, 2006
Protesting while the South Korean delegation enters negotiations, June 6, 2006.
Press conference June 5, 2006. Korean People's Delegation to US Against KORUS FTA.

Video of June 5, 2006: Rallying Outside of the offices of the U.S. Trade Representative

Video of June 5, 2006: Surrounding the South Korean delegate after a Negotiation Session

Article in Korean with photos from June 5, 2006 (ohmynews, June 6, 2006)

Monday, June 05, 2006 everything that's not happening at the wto

check out the US-Korea link

Kucinich to Sponsor Briefing on US‑Korea Trade Agreement

American and Korean workers, farmers, and legislators voice opposition

The proposed US-Korea Free Trade Agreement (FTA) comes under scrutiny at a congressional press conference on June 7, 2006, at 10 a.m. at the Cannon Terrace in Washington, DC.

Bigger Than NAFTA, Just as Controversial (Interpress Service News Agency, June 5, 2006)

US, Korea Face Tough Issues in Free-Trade Talks (Reuters, June 4, 2006)

Free-Trade Negotiations with U.S. Get Underway (Chosun-Ilbo, June 5, 2006)

Autos, Rice Among Tough Issues as U.S.-Korea Trade Talks Start (U.S. Department of State, June 5, 2006)

South Korea, US Begin Free Trade Talks (Dong-a-Ilbo, June 5, 2006)

Korea Tests US Position in FTA Talks (Korea Times, June 5, 2006)

June 4th - Day of International Solidarity with our South Korean contingent

Photos from our first day of actions in Washington, DC. It started with a rally at Murrow Park and a march past the IMF and World Bank Buildings, the US Trade Representative's Office, to the White House and ended with a rally in Lafayette Park.