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Chicago Week of Action on Trans-Pacific Free Trade Agreement

Chicago Week of Action on the Trans-Pacific Free Trade Agreement

As a major international trade summit begins in downtown Chicago, trade justice activists from the labor, environmental, public health, family farm and consumer movements will be demanding a Fair Deal or No Deal.


Labor Day Rally & March for Good Jobs, Affordable Medicine and a Healthy Environment

Monday * 11:00 am - 12:30pm
Grant Park's "Grove 5"
Balbo Ave & Columbus Drive

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Press Event with Ben & Jerry Delivering 10,000+ Postcards to Trade Negotiators

Tuesday * 11:00 am
Outside the Hilton Downtown Chicago
S. Michigan Ave & Balbo Ave

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Direct Action Highlighting Impacts of Negotiations on Access to Life-Saving Medications for People Living with AIDS

Tuesday * Time TBA
Outside the Hilton Downtown Chicago
720 S. Michigan Ave

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International Teach-In & Activist Reception on the Trans-Pacific Free Trade Agreement

Thursday * 6:00 pm
Roosevelt University's Congress Lounge
430 S. Michigan Ave

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Picket Demanding a Fair Deal or No Deal

Saturday * 12:30 pm
Outside the Hilton Downtown Chicago
720 S. Michigan Ave

For details, email


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