September 21-24, 2013

First Trinity Lutheran Church • 309 E St. NW • Washington, DC 20001

Join us whenever you can to take action for trade that puts people and the planet over profit. Questions? Email Cassidy at stopfast[email protected]

Sept. 21 and 22: Stop Fast Track Action Camp with Bill Moyer of the Backbone Campaign and Steph Cascadia of Rising Tide, where we’ll work together on strategy for direct action and developing ways to convey our message creatively.
Sept. 23 and 24: Two days of creative actions to bring attention to the TPP using Washington, DC as our stage.


Keeping up the pressure after the camp and days of action – Sept. 25 and onward: Join the Fair Trade Brigade, who’ll be in the halls of Congress until the vote on Fast Track to shine a light on the secret TPP and hold policymakers accountable. Materials and training will be provided.

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