From Occupy to the Maple Spring
You're invited to a forum and book launch with Judy Rebick
Sunday, June 17
7pm (Doors at 6:30)
W2 Media Cafe (111 W. Hastings)
"If there is an Arab Spring in Canada, this is it." - Judy Rebick, March 22, 2012, after returning from a student strike solidarity march and rally of 250,000 people.
Feminist, writer and activist Judy Rebick joins us for a special talk about Quebec's Maple Spring in light of the Occupy Wall Street movement which she has written about in her new book, Occupy This!
Admission by donation.
Sponsored by rabble.ca and the W2 Morning Radio Project.
About the book: 'Occupy This!'
Feminist and social activist Judy Rebick brings decades of experience to her account of the Occupy movement in cities across North America. Linking Occupy to social movements of the past and exploring the courage and creativity of a new generation, Rebick argues that the Occupy movement and its counterparts around the globe represent a rise of people power at least as important as the 1960s.
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