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Kinnie Starr in Concert with guests Amai Kuda, Lena Recollet, Mata Danze & dj Nik Red

Apr/01/2011 - 8:00 pm

R3 and No One Is Illegal-Toronto present:

Kinnie Starr in concert
with guests Amai Kuda, Lena Recollet, Mata Danze & dj Nik Red
hosted by Rosina from Lal and Sedina Fiati.

April 1, 8pm doors
9pm show start!
A 'transformed' 25 Cecil Street

Tickets Available at Toronto Womens Bookstore 93 Harbord / Soundscapes 572 College St. ($10 in advance, $1.50 service charge)

Juno Nominated artist (2004 – “Sun Again”), Kinnie Starr appears in concert with Amai Kuda, Lenna Recollet (formerly of Red Slam), dance crew Mata Danze and DJ Nik Red at an all ages show in a completely transformed one-night only venue at 25 Cecil Street on April 1.

Rosina Kazi from Toronto electronic crew Lal and the amazing theatre artist Sedina Fiati will be hosting this fabulous, politically charged, all women and trans performers event, where partial proceeds go to Turtle Island and African Reparations Funds and No One Is Illegal

To buy tickets online, please click the Donate button below. Tickets are sliding scale, $25-$10, but please donate as much as you are able to. Partial funds go to Turtle Islands Reparations Fund and No One Is Illegal - Toronto. Simply donate through paypal, and we'll have your ticket(s) waiting for you at the door of the event.

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Supported by:
Seven Directions
Moyo Africa


we have different stories. of missing and murdered sisters.
of kidnapped children. of languages and cultures stolen.
of lands defiled by mining, by corporations.

we have different stories. of war, poverty and the destruction
of our lands. we came across borders. some as slaves.
some as temporary workers. too often deported.

we have the same stories. of being pushed out of our homes.
of racism. of police violence. of struggle. of resistance.

we are indigenous to Turtle Island. refusing to be colonized.
we are indigenous to other lands. migrants. refusing to be settlers.

our struggles are separate. our struggles are linked.

we are taking back the land. we are building a sanctuary city.
we are fighting. with hope. for justice. for dignity.
for all of us.


On May 1, No One Is Illegal - Toronto and community and labor allies are organizing the 6th annual May Day demonstration for migrant justice and status for all.


No One Is Illegal and Institute for Community Inquiry
Present “Show and Tell” installation artwork
A dynamic piece challenging the hypocritical language used when addressing immigration in the media and government statements. Nonetheless, through these complexities and in the keeping the Voice strong, the true story remains most powerful.