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Thursday December 07, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Friday December 08, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Saturday December 09, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Sunday December 10, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Monday December 11, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Tuesday December 12, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Wednesday December 13, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Thursday December 14, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Friday December 15, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Saturday December 16, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Sunday December 17, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Monday December 18, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Tuesday December 19, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Wednesday December 20, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Thursday December 21, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Friday December 22, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Saturday December 23, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Sunday December 24, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Monday December 25, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Tuesday December 26, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Wednesday December 27, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Thursday December 28, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Friday December 29, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Saturday December 30, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Sunday December 31, 2017
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Monday January 01, 2018
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Tuesday January 02, 2018
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Wednesday January 03, 2018
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Thursday January 04, 2018
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Friday January 05, 2018
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
Saturday January 06, 2018
(all day)
Start: 10:12 pm
End: 10:12 pm
Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Friends House (60 Lowther Street)
 
Refreshments will be provided!
This venue is accessible.
As part of the Canada 150 "celebrations," many narratives celebrate the history of immigration as part of Canada's history. Canada's boosters will revise violent settler history as one of multiculturalism and tolerance, erasing Canadian genocide, slavery, and racialized hyper-exploitation in the process. We aim to shine a light on the living legacies of that history, and look at ways we can connect struggles against Canada's continuing colonial and imperial project.
As a migrant justice organization also dedicated to indigenous sovereignty and solidarity, we bring three speakers to discuss the tensions, contradictions and possibilties for solidarity when it comes to indigenous sovereignty and migrant justice.
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