the ethics of globalization > Part 2: The Wild Facts Contiuned...


Part 1: The Wild Contiuned and How some people are responding:

Scripture: David and Goliath: (1 Samuel 16: 14-23: 17: 1-58) (Click here to read) or skim the shorter version

Neo-liberal economic policy: My understanding of this policy is that it is a lessening of regulations on workers rights (unions) and other forms of labor. It has created a market driven society for imports and exports of goods. The side effect is that poor countries become depended on low paying jobs in order survive in the own country. Many have called this a new form of colonization. It is odd that we call ourselves civilized when large-scale environmental degradation, poverty, and starvation are modern inventions. ("A Short History of Neo Liberalism" by Susan George Found on December 4, 2001, at: )

Keyword: Interconnection, Neo-Liberal Economic Policy

Browse through and listen, read and watch what you want.
The goal of this page is to point to a few of issues involved with Globalization and how a few have responded.




  • "Another World is Possible." by Jay Willjasper
    • In this short essay Willjasper highlights some of the main concerns of what is being billed as the anti-globalization movement. What the article does do is address that there are many smaller groups around the world are striving to live in their own traditions and frustrated at the global project of the transnational corporations.(Utne Reader. November-December 2001, No 108. pp64- 67)Download in Adobe Acrobat




  • Make Poverty History
    • A child dies every three seconds as a result of extreme poverty. Poverty is not inevitable. If we have the will to act — we can Make Poverty History. watch |


  • School Of The Americas Watch:
    • An interview with Father Roy Bourgeois Founder of School of Americas Watch - Listen
    • Confronting the School of Terrorism - Watch


  • Sweat Shops
    • Fight Not Over, Say Saipan Retailers in Quicktime
      • Much of Abercrombie's clothing bears the "Made in the U.S.A." label, which to many consumers implies that the apparel is produced in factories protected by United States labor codes. However, the clothing is produced in Saipan, a U.S. territory located in the Pacific Ocean, where allegedly thousands of workers have been producing garments for dozens of retailers under sweatshop-like conditions since the 1980s.
      About the Souce: is a multimedia news magazine and on-line community covering the stories and people of the global clothing industry - the hidden stories of the millions of workers around the world who make our clothes, the people who care how their clothes are made and the multinational corporations behind the labels. At least a hundred short videos on many different topics from Gap, Abercrombie, Target, Coco-cola, Adidas, Reebok, and Nike.
    • Global Village or Global Pillage? Download -35mb 27min
      View the transcript




Are you willing to follow the White Rabbit: Consumer Consciousness 101 Case studies: (Follow the change of interconnection)Lets Go



December 7, 2001 ~ Last Updated:  July 15, 2006
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