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Sep 6, 2010
Condominiums in downtown Vancouver. Photo: Gord McKenna/Flickr

Suburbs vs. cities -- whose utopias?

Michael Stewart
Just as white flight was rooted in xenophobia and racism, gentrification relies on displacement and neglect of marginalized people. At the heart of both is the suppression of alternative narratives.
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Trans film night: 'Cruel and Unusual' and 'Red Lips [Cages for Black Girls]'

Sep 21, 2010 to Sep 22, 2010
The Centre for Women and Trans People UofT
563 Spadina Ave. North Borden Building rm. 100
M5S 2J7 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 35.8488" N, 79° 24' 1.0368" W
Ontario CA
The Trans Inclusion Group hosts a FREE screening of: “Cruel and Unusual” AND “Red Lips [Cages for Black Girls]” by Kyisha Williams Tuesday September 21st 6pm
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Sep 3, 2010
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, Syilx, (left) and Chief Wayne Christian, Secwepemc, (right) with framed Memorial. Photo: Kerry Coast

The Wilfrid Laurier Memorial 100 years later

Kerry Coast
The leaders of three First Nations remember and reaffirm the irrefutable claims laid out in a letter a century ago, addressed to a prime minister who promised to meet their predecessors but never did.
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Latidos Productions Free Cuban Dance Workshop

Sep 17, 2010
Scotiabank Dance Centre
677 Davie St
V6B 2G6 Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 37.2396" N, 123° 7' 33.4596" W
British Columbia CA
An workshop to get a taste of the sexy and seductive flavour and energy Latidos brings from Cuba annually.
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Book reading: Our Way to Fight

Oct 14, 2010 to Oct 15, 2010
Beit Zatoun
612 Markham Street (by Bathurst subway)
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 53.2584" N, 79° 24' 44.6868" W
Ontario CA
In 1,000 year-old olive groves, besieged villages, refugee camps, checkpoints and barracks, here are the dangerous lives of non-violent activists, via excerpts from the author's text & the activists.
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Film screening: Remembering Iinninimowin

Sep 29, 2010 to Sep 30, 2010
Beit Zatoun
612 Markham Street (by Bathurst subway)
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 53.2584" N, 79° 24' 44.6868" W
Ontario CA
The work addresses the impacts of genocide on the Inninuwak, who have been systematically severed from their ancient language, Inninimowin.

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