Coca-Cola Campaign April 2005 US Speaking Tour

The International Campaign to Hold Coca-Cola Accountable will be on a Speaking Tour of the East Coast of the United States from April 4-19, 2005. The tour will feature speakers on both the Colombian and Indian campaigns against Coca-Cola.


Mon, April 4 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Graduate Student Lounge behind Au Bon Pain 7 pm
Contact: Laura Weitzman E: lauraweitzman(AT)yahoo.com

Tues, April 5 Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY

Bonhoeffer Room 12:30 pm
Contact: Ranjit Mathews E: rm2132(AT)columbia.edu

Wed, April 6 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY

Business Development Center, Second Floor, Axinn Library 7 pm
Contact: Vanessa Cudabac E: Vcudab1(AT)pride.hofstra.edu

Thu, April 7 Georgian Court University, Lakewood, NJ

Little Theater 6 pm
Contact: Rumu DasGupta E: dasgupta(AT)georgian.edu

Mon, April 11 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

Building 1, Room 190 7 pm
Contact: Sriram Ananth E: sriram.inqilab(AT)gmail.com

Tue, April 12 Smith College, Northampton, MA

Campus Center, Carroll Room 7:30 pm
Contact: Shira Wolf E: swolf(AT)email.smith.edu

Wed, April 13 Boston, MA

33 Harrison Ave, 3rd flr, ChinaTown 7 pm
Contact: Suren Moodliar E: suren(AT)fairjobs.org

Thu, April 14 Haverford College, Haverford, PA

Chase Auditorium 7 pm
Contact: Megan Brooker E: mbrooker(AT)haverford.edu

Fri, April 15 Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA

Scheur Room, Kohlberg Hall 4 pm
Contact: Carrie Floyd E: cfloyd1(AT)swarthmore.edu

Tue, April 19 Coca-Cola Shareholders Meeting, Wilmington, DE

DuPont Hotel, 11th and Market Streets, Wilmington 9:30 am
Contact: Amit Srivastava E: info(AT)IndiaResource.org

National endorsers of the Speaking Tour to Hold Coca-Cola Accountable include the United Steel Workers of America, United Students Against Sweatshops, Campaign to Stop Killer Coke, International Labor Rights Fund, Indigenous Environmental Network, Global Resistance, Colombia Peace Project, Colombia Action Network, Public Citizen, North American Alliance for Fair Employment and India Resource Center.

For more information, visit www.IndiaResource.org and www.KillerCoke.org

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