Café for Chiapas is a mix between Café and storefront, so that friends, new acquaintances, those curious about the Zapatistas, and who want to support beyond Fair Trade projects in solidarity with an indigenous autonomous movement in resistance in Chiapas, Mexico, can come out and enjoy some great Cafe Ramona with cinnamon, while shopping for or just looking at beautiful Zapatista products rangi
Is criticizing Israel Anti-Semitic?
Talk by ALAN SEARS
Professor of Sociology at Ryerson University
Followed by a round-table audience discussion
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23rd @7:30PM
Vancouver Public Library Downtown, 350 West Georgia
“Alma and Peter” Rooms, Lower level
Organised by the Seriously Free Speech Committee,
Sponsored by Canada Palestine Support Network (CanPalNet) and
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This is an open invitation for youth, youth workers, teaching professionals, and others connected to youth organizing, to join us in an open meeting for the Teaching 2010 Resistance project.
The Right to the City: Civil Liberties and the 2010 Olympics
David Eby, Executive Director, BC Civil Liberties Association
Matt Hern, Writer
Stefanie Ratjen, Board Member, IOCC
Harsha Walia, Social Activist
Alissa Westergard-Thorpe, Olympic Resistance Network
Jeff Derksen, SFU professor
David Dennis, President-Elect, United Native Nations (UNN)
*Please forward widely*
Malalai Joya in Vancouver
Saturday, November 14
7 p.m., St. Andrew's - Wesley Church
(1022 Nelson St, at the corner of Burrard)
Suggested Admission: $10 (no one will be turned away for lack of funds)
In solidarity with Indigenous Women across Turtle Island
please join us in an evening of understanding The Epidemic of Continuing Violence Against Indigenous Women
6:30 PM Wednesday, September 16th, 2009
Auditorium, National Library and Archives
395 Wellington St. Ottawa, Algonquin Territory
Lecture and Discussion
Speaker: Joseph Patrick of the German Marxist quarterly GegenStandpunkt
What the World Economic Crisis Teaches about Capitalism
7 PM Thursday, September 3, 2009
522 Valencia @ 16th Street
San Francisco, California 94110
Against the hopes and concerns for the speedy recovery of “our” economy
[Vancouver] Hip Hop and Media Organizing Against Displacement, Colonization and Gentrification (w/Invincible)
Hip Hop and Media Organizing Against
Displacement, Colonization and Gentrification
w/Detroit based emcee & activist ** INVINCIBLE ***
Friday August 7th. FREE!
Doors: 5:30 pm @ W2 Flack Block Gallery
Address: 157 W Hastings
Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territories
Bus tickets and snacks provided
Child-friendly/childcare on site
B.C. DAY INDIGENOUS GATHERING
THURSDAY, JULY 27 2009
5:00 p.m.-7:00 pm
Grandview Park - Commercial Drive
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THE OTHER ARARS: WHERE THE EXCEPTION IS THE RULE
*ADIL CHARKAOUI* Speaks in Vancouver on Security Certificates and Secret Trials.
Friday June 26th @ 6:30 PM
SFU Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings
Limited seating, please arrive early to guarantee seating.
Sliding scale $0-20 (pay what you can)
Who are these NOII'ers anyway?
Tuesday, June 9th @ 6:30 pm Rhizome Cafe (317 East Broadway)
This is a child-friendly meeting and venue.
Interested in finding out more about No One Is Illegal?
The Bil'in Pan-Canada Tour: Israeli Apartheid on Trial
Two Events in Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territory
June 7th and 8th
*Emily Schaeffer an Israeli lawyer representing the village of Bil'in
*Film on the Bil'in Struggle
*Carol Martin, Nisga'a/Gitxsan Nation, Downtown Eastside Women's Centre
*Please forward widely*
"The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy"
With author Yves Engler
TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 7:00 pm
Harbour Center, 515 W. Hastings St., Vancouver
TCSW: War Criminals Not Welcome Here: Public Forum and Demo
May 29-31, George Bush, Bill Clinton, John Howard, John Bolton, Michael Chertoff will be in Toronto.
Friday, May 22, 7:00 PM Public Forum, The United Steel Workers Hall, 25 Cecil Street. (South and East of College and Spadina) (416) 795-5863 Come here all about these international criminals and what is being done about them.