Protests followed Obama from Malaysia to Manila this week, while more than 3 million across the U.S. spoke out against the TPP. Help spread the word today!

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Southern Tagalog Exposure -- Hundreds gather to resist U.S. economic and military aggression in Manila.

President Obama returned from his trip to Asia this Tuesday, after activists on both sides of the Pacific raised their voices against the TPP and growing U.S. military presence in the region. Despite Obama's efforts, Japan and Malaysia refused the key concessions on TPP provisions he'd hoped to gain -- and things are looking worse and worse for this toxic trade agreement.


Meanwhile, protesters projected a clear message against the TPP right beside the Capitol in Washington, DC. More than 3 million have now signed the Stop the Secrecy petition, and the global resistance to Obama's visit demonstrates that communities across the Pacific won't give up until the threat of the TPP is through.  

 

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