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Thursday, April 6th, 2000: THE WARNING

University, students prepare for WB/IMF rallies

Monday, April 10th, 2000: THE PREPARATION

GW cancels class, anticipates protests
GW students join rally on the Mall to protest foreign debt
Crisis averted? — Staff editorial
A call to action in a global economy from the World Bank and IMF — Op-Ed

Thursday, April 13th, 2000: THE BEGINNING

Information age changes the status of activism
GW prepares for IMF, World Bank protests
Information about the World Bank, IMF and WTO
Safety tips for protests
Washington, protesters prepare for international meetings
Lesson from Yale — Op-Ed
Bad policy — Op-Ed
Coalition plans peaceful protest — Op-Ed
Educated Resistance — Staff editorial

Monday, April 17th, 2000: THE PROTESTS

GW takes center stage in protests
Symbolic arrests highlight second day of mass IMF protests
Protests continue in Washington as thousands parade against the World Bank
Protesters block GAP store during weekend of unrest
World Bank and IMF protests remain calm
IMF issues hit chord with student action groups
Protesters storm GW, cause campuswide mayhem
Protesters descend upon GW campus
Students learn how to protest through non-violent means
College students ready to protest IMF, World Bank
Protests affect business in local establishments
Residence hall staff works extra hours for protests
Protest on Ellipse draws active students, groups
IMF meetings present calmer side of protests
Cartoon calamity — Letter to the editor
University’s rash reaction — Op-Ed
Protesters raise awareness, body odor — Columnist
Peace reigns — Staff editorial
Disorderly drummers — Op-Ed
DC Diary – We thought they were ‘our streets’
This is what democracy looks like?

Thursday, April 20th, 2000: THE AFTERMATH

Students may file lawsuit against MPD
GW recovers from protests
Neighborhood emerges relatively unscathed from tumultuous weekend
Protests in District end with arrests
Protesters surround FSK Hall
GW reacts to schedule changes
Coddled Cops — Op-Ed
Radical replies — Letter to the Editor
Bringing activism home

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