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« Thursday November 03, 2011 »
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Start: Nov/03/2011 - 9:00 am

Jam the Deportation Snitch Lines! Stop Racism!

UPDATE: We've added three more names to our most wanted list. Call all day Friday and Monday, November 4th and 7th to jam the deportation snitch lines!

If you have information about more war criminals or those you suspect of serious criminality, please report them to your neighbours and friends; post their names and information on social networking sites like facebook and twitter; and, please, let us know at: nooneisillegal@riseup.net

Over the past three months, the Conservative government has issued multiple lists of migrants that it charges with serious criminality or war crimes, often without evidence. Jason Kenney and Vic Toews have created phonelines across the country dedicating to reporting and deporting people.(More information below)

Start: Nov/03/2011 - 8:00 pm
End: Nov/03/2011 - 10:00 pm

Thursday, November 3, 2011
St. James Park, King and Church
Who is the 99% Tent.

As people of color and Indigenous people around the world and in Canada bear the greatest brunt of the financial crisis and corporate greed and exploitation, this discussion aims to bring together anti-racist activists and Occupy Toronto participants to speak about building and strengthening multiracial alliances in the 99%.

Harsha Walia is a South Asian activist and writer from Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories who has been active in anti racist, femnist, migrant justice, and anti imperialist/anti colonial movements. She has been at several Occupy movements over the past two weeks.
Tannis Nielsen is an Indigenous (Metis) artist / educator, whose academic interests center upon the theories born from the European Enlightenment period, that have served as an "attempted" justification for imperial domination over Indigenous peoples.

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