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traditional Mohawk Territory/Montreal

Decolonize & Anti-Oppression Community Workshop Tour (Montreal II)

- 4:00pm
Dimanche Mai 19 2013

Venue: The Center for Gender Advocacy of Concordia
Address: 404-1500 Boulevard de Maisonneuve West
Cost: $5 - 50 no one turned away due to lack of funds (sliding scale)
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible.

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Organized on and taking place on Mohawk Nation territory / Montreal.

We - Vanessa and myself are traveling from Vancouver to Halifax and back. Through tons of unceded and occupied territories & communities facilitating workshops and film discussions. Decolonization and Anti Oppression (intersectionality) work.

Hosted by The Center for Gender Advocacy (formerly 2110 Center) of Concordia.
In solidarity with the grassroots community actions of Idle No More.

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Donation page for those who cannot make it. Please donate and pass it on. (every bit helps)

-When & Where-
Cost: $5 to $50 no one turned away from a lack of funds (sliding scale)
Location: 1500 Boulevard de Maisonneuve West, Suite 404
Date: Sunday, May 19, 2013
Time: 1:30 pm - 4:00pm

Film screening and discussion: The Invisible Nation.
The historical struggles of the Algonquin Nation from colonization.
(NFB/ONF) Online release: November 30, 2012
Richard Desjardins & Robert Monderie, 2007, 93 min

Discussion about the documentary, colonization from an indigenous context within Canada and how to organize in a good way with nations.

Wheelchair Accessible. Please leave your scents/perfumes at home = scent free event. This space is also safer space - anti oppressive.

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