Harvest Celebration 2008
A Gathering At Kakwa Ecovillage Cooperative
Saturday Oct. 18-19th, 2008
Dome Creek, BC
To meet members and explore potential membership. Reservations are required.
Join us for a celebration of the arts, revolution and community. This event includes music, theatre, art, guest speakers and a social justice fair.
Date: September 6
Location: Camosun College (Lansdowne) By the Paul Bldg
Price: By Donation
One Year Too Many in Sanctuary - Status for Laibar Singh!
Sunday July 13
Gathering at Abbottsford Gurudwara
Meet at 11 am for rides from Vancouver
Safeway Parking Lot (Commercial and Broadway)
Return by 2 pm
To confirm a spot in car (or if you have a vehicle - we need a few more - we'll cover gas) please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 778 999 9219 or
The African Peace Festival aims to:
-showcase local African artists, musicians, NGOS and entrepeneurs
-to fund a grassroots initiative in Africa
-to raise awareness of African issues
-to expose BC to African culture and artists,
-to unite the African diaspora to work for peace and justice on the African continent
This year the African Peace Festival is supporting an initiative to
PALESTINE SOLIDARITY WEEK @ UBC
Brought to you by SPHR-UBC (Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights- UBC)
WHEN: March 25th-29th 2008!!!!
More info & posters to come soon....
Tuesday March 25th, and Thursday March 27th
TABLING @ the SUB, southside, outside!
Join us for great resistance music, information, slide shows and more!
Wednesday March 26th 2008
People's Prom February 14th
The revolution will not be televised...the revolution will be live.
[Vancouver] Zapatista Women’s Gathering: Women Coming Together/Hacia el Encuentro de Mujeres Zapatistas: Mujeres Conviviendo
Join us at Rhizome Café to find out more about the struggle of the Zapatista women in Chiapas, Mexico. Before the Zapatistas rose up on January 1st, 1994, the Zaapatista women (including Comandanta Ramona) had already begun their struggle within the movement to ensure that women's demands were included within the Revolutionary Laws.
Los invitamos a convivir con nosotros en el Café Rhizome para aprender y compartir sobre la lucha de las mujeres zapatistas en Chiapas, México. Antes de que los Zapatistas se levantaran el 1 de enero de 1994, las mujeres zapatistas (incluyendo a la Comandanta Ramona) ya habían empezado su lucha dentro del movimiento para asegurar que las demandas de las mujeres fueran incluidas dentro
de Las Leyes Revolucionarias.