Seventh Community Mobilization Network Open Planning Meeting for G8/20 Resistance in Toronto

Saturday, May 29, 2010 - 15:00 to 17:00

Seventh Community Mobilization Network Open Planning Meeting for G8/20 Resistance in Toronto

Hearing so much about the G20 but don't know how to plug in? The open planning meetings are a great way to meet folks, hear updates and get a sense of what is needed from various committees.

We will be giving updates on schedules, distributing posters and flyers and discussing logistical details.

Followed by Outreach in different parts of the city - please come prepared to give an update!

The Community Mobilization Network is organizing the community based outreach, independent media, convergence for the days of action leading up to and during the G8/20 Summits in Ontario (June 25-27,2010).

If you are unable to attend but would like to participate in one of the committees, get more information or host a G8/G20 related event, email [email protected]

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