George Galloway speaks on revolution in the Arab world

Monday, March 14, 2011 - 23:00 to Tuesday, March 15, 2011 - 01:00

Tickets: $10 and up - or pay what you can | There are no advance ticket sales. Please arrive early to guarantee admission.

In the first few weeks of 2011, revolutions have swept across the Arab world, toppling dictators in Tunisia and Egypt, and threatening to topple one in Libya. Uprisings are also underway in Bahrain, Yemen, and elsewhere, as people all across the region -- including in Saudi Arabia -- stand up against tyranny and oppression.

Please join us for this special event to hear long-time anti-war and Palestine solidarity campaigner George Galloway talk about the current situation in the Arab world, and what we can do in Canada to support the Arab peoples' struggle for liberation.

A discussion period will follow Mr. Galloway's speech.

 

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