When: Sat, October 29, 12pm – 3pm Where: Nathan Phillips Square to Occupy Toronto (St. James park) Join us at the square, & come down to Occupy Toronto if you can! Why Disability Pride? As a recognition of recent injuries and deaths of people with disabilities in interaction with Toronto Police. This march is not … Continue reading Toronto Disability Pride March ~ this Saturday!
Ethno-racial People with Disabilities Coalition of Ontario Invites you to attend a community meeting to talk about the Social Assistance Review in Ontario on: Monday August 22, 2011 1:00 - 4:00 P.M. Ryerson University, 99 Gerrard St. East, Room EPH 222 AT THE COMMUNITY MEETING: You will learn about the commission the provincial government has … Continue reading This Monday: Free Social Assistance Review hosted by ERDCO | #Disabilities #Toronto #li
First Nations are fighting back in solidarity with farmers and ranchers in the Orangeville area to stop the Mega Quarry Open Mine Pit. This quarry is privately backed by a U.S. hedge fund, and will decimate the crops, water supply, and wildlife. For a better picture of the extent of this mine, imagine digging a … Continue reading Fight Back against #MegaQuarry Open Mine Pit near #Orangeville
PUBLIC FORUM The NDP has made historic gains in this federal election with its largest ever caucus in the House of Commons and official opposition status. But Harper's conservatives benefited from the equally historic collapse of the Liberals to win a majority with only 40% of the vote. The Orange Wave has raised the hopes of millions … Continue reading NEXT STEPS FOR THE ORANGE WAVE: How can we stop Harper?
Monday, March 14 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm Trinity-St. Paul's Centre 427 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON In the first few weeks of 2011, revolutions have swept across the Arab world, toppling dictators in Tunisia and Egypt, and threatening to topple one in Libya. Uprisings are also underway in Bahrain, Yemen, and elsewhere, as people all across the region … Continue reading GEORGE #GALLOWAY Speaks on #revolution in the Arab world
*******PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY********* Revolution is sweeping the Arab world. In Tunisia, Bahrain, Egypt and now Libya, women are playing a central role in these movements. In so doing they are defying stereotypes and inspiring struggles all over the world by showing the possibility of genuine women's liberation. At the same time, the government of Stephen … Continue reading #Women, #Resistance and #Revolution – a one-day conference March 19th, 2011 #Toronto