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Sunday June 05, 2011
Start: 2:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

Sunday, June 5, 2011
2pm - 5pm
Allan Gardens, Carlton & Sherbourne
(look for the blue fabric "waves of support")

After two intense weeks of rallies, meetings, street parties, press conferences, video testimonials, calls, emails and petitions - Alvaro is free from detention!

This is a victory for Toronto's queer and arts community, for migrant justice, and for global solidarity. It's a victory against the conservative immigration agenda that is anti-queer and anti-migrant. It's a victory against the silencing of our voices in the mainstream media. It's a victory for those of us that believe that grassroots organizing, collective power and resilience can actually win change.

It's a victory and it's time for a celebration! Come join Alvaro Orozco and his friends and supporters at Allan Gardens at 2pm.

Wednesday June 29, 2011
Start: 6:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

Do you live/work in Parkdale? Come to this meeting!
June 29, 6:00-8:30pm
Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre
220 Cowan Avenue (east of Queen & Lansdowne)

Take the People's Poll:

On June 16, two dozen Parkdale community members and service providers met in Masaryk-Cowan Centre to defend public services in the neighborhood. After much discussion, we decided to organize march through Parkdale marking out publicly funded agencies in the city and set up an outreach committee. We will be meeting on June 29 at 6pm, to decide on details of the march and outreach campaign, and determine our actions for the next three months. Do join us! To help us along, please forward this invitation to people you know that live and work in Parkdale.

Thursday June 30, 2011
Start: 2:30 pm
End: 6:30 pm

No One Is Illegal - Toronto Art Collective
Calling all art enthusiasts and creative people!

On Thursday June 30th from 2:30pm – 6:30pm
At Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre (220 Cowan)

Art is a great way to express dreams and ideas, while transforming our city. In these dangerous times of attacks on immigrant rights, targeting communities of colour, and cuts to public services, our creativity and collective power is more important than ever. Want to create change through art?

Join No One Is Illegal Art Collective for our first art session at Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre

There will be:
* Silkscreening workshop - Bring any items that you would like to have the No One Is Illegal T-shirt design printed on
* Button making - Make your own button design or use our template
* Creative Poster Designing - To combat cuts to public services

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