Songs for Aamjiwnaang--Toxic Tour Fundraiser
Sunday August 23, 2015
Tranzac Club – 292 Brunswick Avenue
The Call Out:
Musical Fundraiser for the upcoming Chemical Valley Toxic Tour
-Hosted by Toronto350.org and Rising Tide Toronto.
Please come out to listen to great music, find out more about the Toxic Tour, and support awareness of and action against environmental racism experienced by Indigenous communities in Canada.
Musical Performances by:
Cee from Test Their Logik
PWYC (Sliding Scale $5-$5000!)
What is the Toxic Tour?
Aamjiwnaang First Nation is located in Sarnia's Chemical Valley.
It is the climate and pollution crisis of Southern Ontario. It is where nearly 1 million barrels of tar sands are processed each day. It is where fracked gas is processed. It is the place of all of the environmental crises of our times. It is a place of environmental racism: the Valley exists on stolen land, and its people are being slowly killed by pollution.
On Sept. 4-5 Aamjiwnaang is holding a Toxic Tour of their home to open our eyes, noses and hearts to what they experience everyday. This fundraiser will help cover bus costs to bring folks from Toronto, as well as donations to support Aamjiwnaang activism.
Sign Up for the Toxic Tour Here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1652135671666174/
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