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Monday September 27, 2010
Start: 12:00 pm
End: 4:00 pm

Resistance through Art – Fighting to win! (Workshop)
September 27, 12:00pm - 4:00pm
York Concert and Social Justice Fair
York University Vanier Field

No One Is Illegal - Toronto is a grassroots movement for migrant justice that fights for justice and freedom for all migrants particularly those that live without immigration status. We struggle against the military and economic systems that displace and exploit people and the deportation and detention machinery that pulls apart families and forces people to live in fear. Come join an art and design work and learn hands-on about the history of anti-capitalist anti-colonial struggle for migrant justice in Toronto.

Make your own T-shirts, flags, bandannas, cloth scraps, whatever! Choose from our designs or make one of your own and learn how you to build silk screens. Please bring something to print the designs on (T-shirts, bandannas, anything else)! As well as amazing amazing ideas!

Wednesday September 29, 2010
Start: 7:00 pm

Wednesday, September 29th
Fitzgerald Building -- Room 103
150 College Street

A panel discussion organized by Health For All (

Amina Ali - Organizing member of the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
David McNally - Professor of Political Science at York University
Ritika Goel - Organizing member of Health For All

This June amidst mass protests against the policies of the G20, world government leaders met behind fences and an unprecedented billion dollar security apparatus to announce their deepened commitment to, in Stephen Harper's words, an "Age of Austerity".

Thursday September 30, 2010
Start: 4:30 pm

Let Them Stay! Status for All (Panel Discussion)
Sep 30, 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Room 313, Student Centre, York University

In the context of the never-ending “War on Terror” refugees, migrants, and racialized people are increasingly being racially targeted, dehumanized as security threats, and criminalized through unprecedented police and state powers. Despite its rhetoric of ‘liberating’ and ‘protecting’ women globally and locally, the Canadian state is detaining an increasing numbers of women and children that cross these borders. In light of increasing repression and exclusionary policies and idelogies, we demand “Justice, Freedom, and Status for All!”

Followed by:

Continuous Journey (Film Screening)
Sep 30, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Room 313, Student Centre, York University

Friday October 22, 2010
Start: 4:00 pm

Organized by our friends and allies at the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape

The theme of this year's march is '30 years of Struggle, Resistance, and Liberation'

JOIN the Migrant Justice contingent, meet at 8pm at the south-east corner of the Yonge & Dundas intersection.
LOOK out for the red No One Is Illegal flags.

Friday Oct. 22
Yonge-Dundas Square
4pm-8pm: Community Fair/Town Cry/Rally
8pm-9:30pm: March

We march because we remember much more than 30 years of struggle.
Over 30 years of women and trans people of colour fighting for gender equity and rights in this city.
Over 30 years of migrant women fighting for the right to live, work and move with justice and dignity.
Over 30 years of our indigenous sisters fighting for sovereignty and the right to self determination.

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