Soon, Indigenous leaders, academics, scientists, activists and public intellectuals will converge in Vancouver, on unceded Coast Salish Territories, to explore global resistance to the new face of resource capitalism in Canada as a State of Extraction.
On March 28th, in conjunction with the State of Extraction conference-convergence, please join us for:
Extractive Industries and Voices of Resistance:
A Toxic Tour of Vancouver
MARCH through the streets! in a lively procession to stand up for community self-determination.
SEE the sites! of fancy offices where corporate decisions lead to social and environmental injustices.
HEAR from indigenous and global communities! affected by Vancouver’s extractive companies.
Music! Snacks! Dance! Street Theatre! Testimonies! Family-friendly! Bring your drums and regalia!
Saturday March 28
12pm – 3pm
Starts at Vancouver Art Gallery (North side, Georgia and Howe)
Unceded Coast Salish Territories
RSVP on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/348463725348425/
Organized by: Mining Justice Alliance, Café Rebelde, Canada-Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights, Council of Canadians, No One Is Illegal-Coast Salish Territories, Rising Tide-Coast Salish Territories
Endorsed by: Alliance for People’s Health; Beyond Boarding Collective; Canada Tibet Committee; Critical Criminology Working Group at KPU; In Solidarity With All Land Defenders; INDIGENOUS ACTION MOVEMENT-Coast Salish Territories; International Allies Against Mining in Latin America; International League of People’s Struggle (ILPS); Migrante BC; Red Sparks Union; Rights Action; Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG); SocialCoast; South Asian Network for Secularism and Democracy (SANSAD); Stop Enbridge, Stop Kinder Morgan-Call to Action; Streams of Justice; Teaching Support Staff Union at SFU, The Purple Thistle, Vancouver Solidarity with Ayotzinapa, We Love This Coast, Wirikuta Vancouver Alliance
Thanks to: CUPE BC
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