Indigenous Rights

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Toronto anarchist bookfair 2011

Apr 15, 2011 to Apr 17, 2011
Steelworker's Hall & Bahen Centre
25 Cecil St. & 50 St. George. St.
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 37.8576" N, 79° 23' 49.1928" W
Ontario CA
The 2011 Toronto anarchist bookfair and is set to be an amazing weekend of workshops, radical discussions, books, zines, great food and friends.
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Rev. Kevin Annett lecture and book launch: "Unrepentant: Disrobing the Emperor"

Mar 28, 2011 to Mar 29, 2011
Ryerson University
Oakham House, Room G, 63 Gould Street (east of Yonge, north of Dundas)
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 29.4516" N, 79° 22' 40.3572" W
Ontario CA
The former United Church minister, who first blew the whistle on Canada's infamous Indian residential schools, will speak at 2 Toronto locations as part of a world film tour/book launch.
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Rev. Kevin Annett lecture and book launch: "Unrepentant: Disrobing the Emperor"

Mar 26, 2011
OISE (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education)
252 Bloor St. West Room 2-212
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 40' 4.854" N, 79° 23' 54.0816" W
Ontario CA
The former United Church minister, who first blew the whistle on Canada's infamous Indian residential schools, will speak at 2 Toronto locations as part of a lecture tour/book launch.
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Against the Wall: The Art of Resistance in Palestine by William Parry

Mar 28, 2011 to Mar 29, 2011
Adams Auditorium
3450 University Street
Montreal , QC
Canada
45° 30' 20.6028" N, 73° 34' 31.2528" W
Quebec CA
British writer and photographer William Parry discusses the significance and symbolism of resistance art in its various forms across the occupied Palestinian territories.
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Against the Wall: The Art of Resistance in Palestine by William Parry

Mar 29, 2011 to Apr 2, 2011
various Ottawa, Toronto, London, Hamilton , ON
Canada
43° 14' 36.9708" N, 79° 53' 20.67" W
Ontario CA
British writer and photographer William Parry discusses the significance and symbolism of resistance art in its various forms across the occupied Palestinian territories.
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Their spirits live within us: Marching for murdered and missing Indigenous women

Their spirits live within us: Marching for murdered and missing Indigenous women

February 16, 2011 | by Krystalline Kraus

The national day of action for justice for murdered and missing Indigenous women made a public declaration on Feb. 14 that proclaimed their remembrance and love for those taken or killed.

Full article: http://www.rabble.ca/news/2011/02/their-spirits-live-within-us-marching-murdered-and-missing-indigenous-women

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Day of prayer for the land

Jan 30, 2011
Walden Parking Lot, Beaver Pond Forest Ottawa , ON
Canada
45° 24' 41.6592" N, 75° 41' 53.4984" W
Ontario CA
All people and every Faith are called to join together at the Beaver Pond Forest in Kanata.
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Open Pit Imperialism: Canada at Home and Abroad

Feb 1, 2011 to Feb 2, 2011
Harbor Centre
Room 7000, 515 West Hastings St, Vancouver, BC
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 17' 2.67" N, 123° 6' 42.9948" W
British Columbia CA
Join us for Todd Gordon’s book launch and a panel discussion about imperial Canada.
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Reel activism film screening: 'Fighting for our Land'

Jan 14, 2011
Bloor United Church
300 Bloor Street West
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 40' 1.3764" N, 79° 24' 7.326" W
Ontario CA
Reel Activism will feature two films documenting Native American struggles for justice, followed by a speaker and discussion.
Forum topic

Should all colonialists just leave Canada?

I'm thinking of leaving Canada to move to my wife's country of Singapore.  They have a slogan there... "one people, one nation, one singapore" and that is the kind of country I want to live in.  Here, even though I'm born in Canada, I feel like first nations have way more rights and benefits than me.  I feel like a second rate person in this country, like I am one of the temporary workers in UAE that just works for the rich first nations people.  Should all people who don't have status cards just leave Canada to countries where they can feel like real citizens, not second rate, non-status people?

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