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Thursday February 19, 2009
Start: 11:00 am
Start: 5:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

CiaS Logo

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Co-Sponsored by CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy
Supported by Migrante Ontario and Justicia for Migrant Workers

Featuring:
Leila Shah, Audre Lorde Project-New York;
Beatriz Hererra, People Organized to Win Employment Rights-San Francisco;
Doreen Silversmith-Six Nations;
Harsha Walia- Vancouver based organizer and writer;
Erline Brown,Domestic Workers United-New York;
Shyam Selvadurai, Author of Funny Boy;
Dan Doreen, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory;
Alaina Tom, Native Youth Movement-St'at'imc Nation

... and many more. Check back regularly for updates.

Millions of people are forced off their lands and out of their homes because of wars for land and profit. Canadian mining companies, trade agreements such as NAFTA and SPP and the military occupation of Haiti, Afghanistan, and Iraq have taken away our livelihoods. We are forced into cities that are the pulsing heart of exploitation and domination fuelling an oppressive economic machine. Cities like Toronto.

Friday February 20, 2009
(all day)
Start: 5:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

CiaS Logo

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Co-Sponsored by CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy
Supported by Migrante Ontario and Justicia for Migrant Workers

Featuring:
Leila Shah, Audre Lorde Project-New York;
Beatriz Hererra, People Organized to Win Employment Rights-San Francisco;
Doreen Silversmith-Six Nations;
Harsha Walia- Vancouver based organizer and writer;
Erline Brown,Domestic Workers United-New York;
Shyam Selvadurai, Author of Funny Boy;
Dan Doreen, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory;
Alaina Tom, Native Youth Movement-St'at'imc Nation

... and many more. Check back regularly for updates.

Millions of people are forced off their lands and out of their homes because of wars for land and profit. Canadian mining companies, trade agreements such as NAFTA and SPP and the military occupation of Haiti, Afghanistan, and Iraq have taken away our livelihoods. We are forced into cities that are the pulsing heart of exploitation and domination fuelling an oppressive economic machine. Cities like Toronto.

Saturday February 21, 2009
(all day)
Start: 5:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

CiaS Logo

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Co-Sponsored by CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy
Supported by Migrante Ontario and Justicia for Migrant Workers

Featuring:
Leila Shah, Audre Lorde Project-New York;
Beatriz Hererra, People Organized to Win Employment Rights-San Francisco;
Doreen Silversmith-Six Nations;
Harsha Walia- Vancouver based organizer and writer;
Erline Brown,Domestic Workers United-New York;
Shyam Selvadurai, Author of Funny Boy;
Dan Doreen, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory;
Alaina Tom, Native Youth Movement-St'at'imc Nation

... and many more. Check back regularly for updates.

Millions of people are forced off their lands and out of their homes because of wars for land and profit. Canadian mining companies, trade agreements such as NAFTA and SPP and the military occupation of Haiti, Afghanistan, and Iraq have taken away our livelihoods. We are forced into cities that are the pulsing heart of exploitation and domination fuelling an oppressive economic machine. Cities like Toronto.

Sunday February 22, 2009
End: 5:00 pm
Start: 5:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

CiaS Logo

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Co-Sponsored by CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy
Supported by Migrante Ontario and Justicia for Migrant Workers

Featuring:
Leila Shah, Audre Lorde Project-New York;
Beatriz Hererra, People Organized to Win Employment Rights-San Francisco;
Doreen Silversmith-Six Nations;
Harsha Walia- Vancouver based organizer and writer;
Erline Brown,Domestic Workers United-New York;
Shyam Selvadurai, Author of Funny Boy;
Dan Doreen, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory;
Alaina Tom, Native Youth Movement-St'at'imc Nation

... and many more. Check back regularly for updates.

Millions of people are forced off their lands and out of their homes because of wars for land and profit. Canadian mining companies, trade agreements such as NAFTA and SPP and the military occupation of Haiti, Afghanistan, and Iraq have taken away our livelihoods. We are forced into cities that are the pulsing heart of exploitation and domination fuelling an oppressive economic machine. Cities like Toronto.

Tuesday March 10, 2009
Start: 7:00 pm

Migration and Fighting Violence Against Women
A teach-in for women and trans people

Tuesday, March 10, 2009
7 pm
Sistering, 962 Bloor St. W (major intersection: Ossington)
Child Care and light refreshments provided.

Speakers and Topics:

Angela Robertson, Executive Director of Sistering -
“The history of anti-racist feminist organizing”

Doreen Silversmith, member of Six Nations and No More Silence –
“The resistance of Indigenous women”

Pura Velasco
“The struggles of Live-In Caregivers”

Wendy Babcock, Bad Date Coalition and Safer Stroll –
“Sex workers and the victory at the Toronto Police Services Board”

Rashmee Singh
“The experiences of marginalized and racialized women when they
encounter the legal system”

Magaly San Martin – Shelter, Sanctuary, Status
“The fight for the rights of migrant women”

The Shelter, Sanctuary, Status Campaign presents a teach-in, which
brings together anti-racist feminists to share our struggles in

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