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Activist Communique: Toronto Flash Mob round dance in solidarity with Chief Theresa Spence on Sunday

Toronto Flash Mob round dance in solidarity with Chief Theresa Spence on Sunday

The Deets:

Sunday December 30, 2012

2:00 pm

Toronto Eaton Centre fountain

Toronto, ON

 

The Call Out:

Chief Theresa Spence’s has issued the following call out on December 28, 2012

“Chief Spence is requesting all Canadians and Indigenous People worldwide join in solidarity for ceremonies, events and rallies to call on Prime Minister Harper to answer the call of Aboriginal Nations to meet with Chief Spence and commit to a path of recognition and implementation of the treaty commitments and forging a new First Nations crown relationship. National and International Coordinated events will be planned for Sunday December 30, 2012 at 2 pm Eastern time.”

Solidarity activists have called for a Flash mob round dance at 2:00 pm on Sunday inside the Eaton Centre at the big fountain.

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