This podcast features a talk University of Maine graduate Sarah Bigney gave on Thursday September 25, 2008:
“The Two Fair Trade Movements: Bridging the Divide Between Buying Coffee and Repealing NAFTA”
Sarah Bigney is organizer at the Maine Fair Trade Campaign, a statewide coalition of 50 organizations for building a just, sustainable, and democratic economy. (Check out their site for information on current campaigns, including the one to oppose the Panama Free Trade Agreement.)
This talk was part of the Fall 2008 Thursday controversy series sponsored by the Marxist-Socialist Studies Interdisciplinary Minor, and co-sponsored by the Maine Peace Action Committee (MPAC) and Campus Activities and Events, with support of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University.
Additional photos (described in the talk) are posted below the fold.