Confront the invasion: Down with the G8/20

Friday, June 25, 2010 - 00:00 to 03:30


A Night of Solidarity with the Mapuche Peoples & All Our Indigenous Nations in the Struggle for Indigenous Sovereignty!

BECAUSE they come to Plan our Hunger, Displacement & Death through War, Occupation & Economic Adjustment....

BECAUSE they Steal our Land, Water & Energy through their State Policies, Laws & Borders...


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***Speakers Directly from the West Coast, Secwepemc Territory*** 

For the First Time in Toronto: Miranda D of NYM (The Native Youth Movement)

& Other Members of NYM...


**PLUS:  From Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.**

Missy "Ojistari:yo" Elliott from Y.O.U. (Young Onkwehonwe United)

**Speakers from the Akwesasne Women's Fire **


**Sharon Sanchez on the Ongoing Struggle of the Mapuche Nation **
of the WCCC [Toronto] (Women's Coordinating Committee Chile-Canada


A Night of Subversive Music, Poetry & Video Clips! (TBA)

Anti-Colonialist, Anti-Capitalist Panel Discussion on How the G8/20 Affects OUR Indigenous Nations & MUCH MORE.....


*FREE ADMISSION. Food By Donation*

Delicious Latin American Delicacies:

  • Churrascos
  • Sopaipillas
  • Mote con Huesillo (& Strawberry Punch)

Thursday, June 24th @ 8PM

Steelworker's Hall [Toronto]

25 Cecil Street (South of College, East of Spadina)





Organized By:

The Women's Coordinating Committee Chile-Canada

Email: [email protected]

See us on Facebook! Visit:!/event.php?eid=114904661884528&ref=ts


Part of the Toronto Community Mobilization Network Week of Action.

For more information on the G8/20 Convergence, G8/G20 in Toronto, visit


Endorsed by:

UTSU, OPIRG Toronto, CUPE 3907, [email protected], YOU (Young. Onkwehonwe. United)

The Steelworkers Hall
25 Cecil Street (South of College, East of Spadina Ave.)
Toronto , ON
43° 39' 24.5988" N, 79° 23' 44.5452" W
Ontario CA
Sharon Sanchez

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