International Migrants Day

Saturday, December 18, 2010 - 19:00 to 23:00

Join us in celebrating International Migrants Day, organized by a network of various migrant workers' groups and allies. Highlights of the celebration include cultural performances through popular theatre, dance, music, mural painting and photo exhibits.

We will celebrate victories won, affirm the right of migrant workers to
self-organize, and strengthen the bonds of solidarity with all workers.
There will be a report back, through video, by delegates from the
recently-concluded International Assembly of Migrants and Refugees held in
Mexico City, as well as photo exhibits of the Pilgrimage to Freedom last

Refreshments will be provided.


George Brown College, St. James Campus
290 Adelaide Street East Room 303 - Theatre
43° 39' 6.8508" N, 79° 22' 11.2944" W

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