Rally for Mapuche Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 16:30

Free all Mapuche political Prisoners

Campaign for the Defence of Mapuche Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike

Wednesday, September the 15th

Demonstration in front of the Chilean Consulate at 12:30 (PM)

(Located at 1185 West Georgia St., Suite 1610 – Vancouver, BC).

Wednesday, September the 15th

Information Table at 5:00 (PM) at Vancouver's Art Gallery - Robson St. side
Organized by: The Mapuche Solidarity Collective –Unceded Coast Salish


(Favor ver documentos adjuntos)

¡Libertad Para los Prisioneros Políticos Mapuche!

Campaña por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos de los Prisioneros Políticos

Miércoles, 15 de septiembre

Demostración en frente del Consulado Chileno

(Ubicado en el 1185 de la calle Georgia, Oficina 1610 – Vancouver, BC)

Miércoles, 15 de septiembre

Mesa de información a las 5:00 (PM) en la Galería de Arte de Vancouver – en
el lado de calle Robson

Organizado por: Colectivo de Solidaridad con el Pueblo Mapuche – Territorios
no Cedidos de los Pueblos Coast Salish

Chilean Consulate
1185 West Georgia St.
Vancouver , BC
49° 17' 13.5528" N, 123° 7' 29.5752" W
British Columbia CA

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