Thursday, August 28, 2014
Native Friendship Centre of Montreal
2001 St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H2X 2T3
The Call Out:
Fwd: CKUT and the McGill Sustainability Projects Fund present
The final edition of Under The Weather: Climate Change Research and Justice
LAND IS LIFE: UNDERSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLENCE. ...
The focus of the panel will be on Indigenous Feminism, Harm Reduction & Anti-Colonial Struggles.
This panel will feature presenters from:
**Native Youth Sexual Health Network**
**Indigenous Women & Two-Spirit Harm Reduction Coalition**
Panel moderated by Haudenosaunee filmmaker **Amanda Lickers** from Reclaim Turtle Island
THURSDAY, AUGUST 28TH at the Native Friendship Centre (2001 Boul. Saint Laurent)
Doors open at 6:30 pm, Panel begins at 7PM SHARP!
This event will be broadcasted live on CKUT's airwaves at 90.3 FM or online at ckut.ca
For more information on the project, check out http://undertheweather.ckut.ca/
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