Release: In cities throughout North America, protesters shame Canadian mining company Pacific Rim

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Media Advisory - May 24, 2010

In cities throughout North America, protesters shame Canadian mining company Pacific Rim;

Demonstrations fault U.S. and Canadian governments for trade policy, lack of regulation

Where: Actions to be held in Washington DC, Boston, New York, Seattle, Portland, USA. Vancouver, BC and Toronto, ON, Canada.

When: Thursday, May 27, 2010

Who: Front-line environmental defenders from El Salvador; environmental, human rights, trade justice, and solidarity organizations from the International Coalition against Mining in El Salvador

What:Colorful press conferences and vibrant demonstrations

Contact:Alexis Stoumbelis, Executive Director of CISPES (Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador) Office: (202) 521-2510 ext. 205, Cell: (978) 394-0425

Environmental, human rights, trade justice, and solidarity organizations will hold a creative press stunts and vibrant demonstrations in cities across the U.S. and Canada to denounce Canadian mining company Pacific Rim. The company

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