This item consists of a recording of speeches protesting James's Bay II, the hydro-electric megaproject between the city of New York and Hydro Quebec, in front of the Canadian consulate in New York. There is an introduction by an woman speaker named Joanna. The first speaker is Matthew Coon Come, Grand Chief of the Grand Council of the Cree of Quebec, on the environmental problems caused by James' Bay I, the first such agreement. The next speaker is Mark Summer from Greenpeace Action who speaks on the economic drawbacks of the agreement. The third is Lou [Guerowitz?], an attorney working with Aboriginal groups, who speaks on how unnecessary and morally wrong the agreement is and what kind of actions need to be taken to stop the agreement. The next speaker is an unidentified man who says a prayer. Next Joanna co-ordinates the march and gives instructions. The audio cuts off during the speech of an unidentified woman who speaks about God and is planning on doing a chant.