Text of this interview can be found at the following url: http://depts.washington.edu/wtohist/interview_index.htm
People discussed in interview: Martin Luther King, Jr., Richard Nixon.
Places discussed in interview: Africa, Asia, East Coast, Egypt, Latin America, Mexico, Middle East, Nicaragua, Oregon, Third World countries, United States, Vietnam, Washington, Zimbabwe.
Organizations discussed in interview: American Federation of Labor - Congress of International Organizations (AFL-CIO), anarachists, Boeing, El Centro de la Raza, United Farm Workers (UFW), United Nations (UN), Zapatistas.
Summary of interview: Regino Martinez of El Centro de la Raza participated in the WTO protests to support workers’ rights, minimize globalization, and to expose WTO's immorality: "an organization that makes trade decisions on a global scale without having to be held accountable." To mobilize and educate the Latino community, El Centro de la Raza put out flyers, faxes, e-mails and phone calls. Martinez describes his most positive WTO experiences: many different people working together for a common goal and the excitement of the march. On the negative side, Martinez lists sensationalized media coverage and lack of discussion about farm worker justice during the Labor rally.