Item consists of an audio recording of a march protesting James's Bay II, the hydro-electric megaproject between the city of New York and Hydro Quebec. This recording is a continuation of Tape 2000-050 / 004 (32) (ASC33182). It begins with chants and drumming sung during the march. This is followed by a speech from an a man named Jeff calling for more action and goes into specifics about the environmental impacts of the agreement. The next speaker is Bob [Stanley-Maes?], a representative from the Vermont Coalition to Save James' Bay, who talks about the efforts to reject Hydro Quebec's agreement in Vermont. Next is Billy Sparks who sings "Warriors of the Rainbow" and "How Much Longer Will it Be". Next is Donna Eagle who sings [00:37:35] and speaks on her experience with the issue. Next is [Union?]from Amazonia who speaks through a translator on solidarity between the Cree peoples and his own. The audio cuts off abruptly.