Text of this interview can be found at the following url: http://depts.washington.edu/wtohist/interview_index.htm People discussed in interview: Ace Saturay, Nina Schkoroska, Brenda, Jo Anderson, Sally Soriano, Sequoia, Velma Valoria, Devon, Althea Britton-Lewitt, Petra Durance, Mike Dolan, Jim Puckett, Dave Batker, Bill Aal,
Erica Kay, Don Engelbach, Nancy Dolan, Ian Murray, Mike Godfreid, Gabriella, Summer, Monica (UW student), Devon, Dick Burton, Amanda Jarman, Robin Denburg, Emily Burke (from SCCC), Zoe Ezekia, Mike Rimsquire, Hop [Hopkins?], Ricardo from LELO, Susana Soraria, Brenda's Mom, Miguel Bocanegra, Shanon, Rice, Webster, Colin from Bi-National Student coaltion, Marty, Nicole, John Ching, Madsen, Tyree Scott, Ron Judd.
Organizations discussed in interview: Gabriella (Philippine women's group), GabNet New York, International Monetary Fund (IMF), People's Assembly, Sentenaryo ng Bayan, Seattle University (SU), Host Committee, Bi-National Student Coalition, People for Fair Trade/Network Opposed to WTO (PFT), steering committee,
Third World Alliance, Amazon, Public Citizen, University of Washington (UW), SHO [Seattle Host Organization], Seattle Central Community College (SCCC), Pacific Lutheran University (PLU), Student Outreach and Education Committee, Philippine Women's Center, Ruckus Society,
Labor and Employment Law Office (LELO), UW Chapter of NO WTO, Workers Voices Coaltion, Brown Coalition, JustAct, Critical Resistance Coaltion, Four Angeles group, Labor, Third Eye Movement, Storm people.
Summary of interview: Lydia Cabasco was inspired to work with People for Fair Trade/Network Opposed to WTO (PFT) by the founder of GabNet New York, a Philippine women’s group. Concerned with the ways institutions like the IMF and GATT affect sweatshop labor and sex trafficking, Cabasco began attending WTO protest planning meetings months before the ministerial. She describes efforts to mobilize students and people of color, discusses the debate over the naming of the organization People for Fair Trade versus NO2WTO, and explains her goal to shut down the WTO meetings. Cabasco also discusses relationships between many groups and individuals involved in the mobilization efforts and the protests, and expresses concern for students and people of color marginalized by the Public Citizen/People for Fair Trade coalition.