Book launch - Unlikely Radicals: The Story of the Adams Mine Dump War

Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 22:30

Join author Charlie Angus and friends for a launch and celebration of his
new book Unlikely Radicals: The Story of the Adams Mine Dump War. Unlikely
Radicals traces the compelling history of the First Nations people and
farmers, environmentalists and miners, retirees and volunteers, Anglophones
and Francophones who stood side by side to defend their community with mass
demonstrations, blockades, and non-violent resistance.

Free event. Not wheelchair accessible.

“A Grisham-like political thriller with the feel-good accents of a Frank
Capra movie.”
- Quill & Quire

Published by Between the Lines. More info: or


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