Calling Young Aboriginal Women across Canada ages 16 to 29 !
ENTER THE YOUNG ABORIGINAL WOMEN'S CREATIVE ESSAY CONTEST
Do you want to be part of one of the biggest gatherings of women from around the world happening in Ottawa-Gatineau from July 3-7?
The Aboriginal Women's Leadership Circle for Women’s Worlds 2011 invites you to submit your written, artistic, or otherwise creative submissions to attend Women’s Worlds 2011. We greatly value the participation of young Aboriginal women and would like to hear directly from YOU about why you want to be at this exciting global event by answering " What does Aboriginal women’s leadership mean to you? "
The Not Rexes have spoken and the people have voted. rabble.ca is pleased to present the winner of our Not Rex Murphy Context -- Humberto DaSilva!
Humberto is a union representative and writer born and bred in Toronto. His father and mother, now retired, were respectively a miner and a shopkeeper in their native Portugal.
In this podcast: Why protest the Olympics, Aboriginal activists speak out, talking diversity of tactics, and all about Vancouver's Red Tent campaign for housing.
Click here to listen.
(2:38 - 6:29) The Olympic torch was intended to sail through the city on a sea of goodwill.
(6:55 - 9:11) Thousands of protesters also convened at the Vancouver Art Gallery just before the start of the Olympic Opening Ceremonies, kicking off a march through Vancouver's downtown.
(9:37 - 10:10) Not everyone was in favor of protesting the Olympics.