Economic Inequality: What Do We Do?

Monday, March 26, 2012 - 23:00 to Tuesday, March 27, 2012 - 01:00

You are invited to the fourth in a series of public forums on
 
Economic Inequality: What Do We Do?
 
We are building on the discussion of the first three meetings to help create an agenda
with broad public appeal.

 This will be a large meeting and rally. Bring your Friends.
 
Speakers:
Jim Stanford, economist with the Canadian Auto Workers, and columnist for the Globe and Mail
John Ralston Saul, president of PEN International, author of many books including
`A Fair Country, Telling Truths About Canada.’
 
Music by Mike Ford. Latest albums include `Canada Needs You’,
`The Cocksure Lads’, and `Seaway.’
 
Attend this important meeting and rally about ways to achieve a more equal society.
This event is wheelchair accessible. Free - donations welcome.
 

Twitter: @canequal

Metropolitan United Church
Queen and Church Streets, two blocks east of Yonge Street
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 43' 10.4196" N, 79° 24' 3.9204" W
Ontario CA
Anna Willats

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