Coop média de Montréal

Journalisme indépendant

More independent news:
Do you want free independent news delivered weekly? sign up now
Can you support independent journalists with $5? donate today!

Montreal

Defending the Land: Indigenous Resistance to Extraction - Presentation by Mel Bazil


6:30pm
- 8:30pm
Thursday May 22 2014

Venue: Native Friendship Centre of Montreal
Address: 2001 St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H2X 2T3
Cost: Free
Accessibility: The venue is wheelchair accessible. Whisper translation towards French will be provided.

» More information

[English below]

CKUT, Justice climatique Montréal, GRIP Concordia, subMedia.tv, Personne n'est illégal, le Collectif de solidarité anticoloniale et le McGill Sustainability Projects Fund présentent:

la 7e édition d'Under The Weather: Climate Change Research and Justice

Défendant la terre : résistance autochtone contre l'extraction

* avec MEL BAZIL, gitxsan et organisateur wet'suwet'en, souverainiste autochtone et anarchiste impliqué dans le Camp d'action Unist'ot'en http://unistotencamp.com/

*et Clifton Nicholas. Clifton Arihwakehte Nicholas est un Kanienkehaka (Mohawk) de Kanehsatake. Clifton est actif dans sa communauté en tant qu’activiste et en tant que défenseur de son peuple. Clifton est l’une des personnes qui a défendu la communauté de Kanehsatake en 1990. Il défend farouchement la résistance autochtone partout au Canada et dans les Amériques.

* avec une performance spéciale des BUFFALO HAT SINGERS

Jeudi le 22 mai
au Centre d'amitié autochtone, 2001 Boul. Saint-Laurent

Les portes ouvriront à 18h30, l'événement débutera à 19h

Entrée GRATUITE, mais nous ramasserons les contributions faites en solidarité avec le Camp Unist'ot'en

**Le lieu est accessible aux chaises roulantes. Une traduction chuchotée vers le français sera offerte.

Cet événement sera diffusé en direct sur les ondes de CKUT sur le 90.3 FM et en ligne à http://ckut.ca/c/

Pour plus d'information sur ce projet, visitez http://undertheweather.ckut.ca/

Cet événement fait partie du Festival de l'anarchie
http://www.salonanarchiste.ca/

------

CKUT, Climate Justice Montreal, QPIRG Concordia, subMedia.tv, No One is Illegal, The Anti-Colonial Solidarity Collective, and the McGill Sustainability Projects Fund present...

The 7th Edition of Under The Weather: Climate Change Research and Justice

Defending the Land: Indigenous Resistance to Extraction

featuring MEL BAZIL, indigenous Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en organizer, sovereigntist, and anarchist of the Unist'ot'en Action Camp http://unistotencamp.com/

* and Clifton Nicholas. Clifton Arihwakehte Nicholas is a Kanienkehaka (Mohawk) from Kanehsatake. Clifton is active in his community as both an activist and as a defender of his people. Clifton was one of the people who defended the community of Kanehsatake in 1990, he has been a staunch advocate of Indigenous resistance throughout Canada and the Americas.

with a special performance by the BUFFALO HAT SINGERS

Thursday, May 22nd

At the Native Friendship Centre of Montreal, 2001 Boul. St. Laurent

Doors open at 6:30, Event begins at 7:00 PM

Admission is FREE, but we will be collecting donations in support of the Unist'ot'en Camp!

**The venue is wheelchair accessible. Whisper translation towards French will be provided.

This event will be broadcasted LIVE on CKUT's airwaves at 90.3 FM or online at http://ckut.ca/c/

For more information on the project, visit http://undertheweather.ckut.ca/

This event is a part of Montreal's Festival of Anarchy
http://www.anarchistbookfair.ca/

Organizer:http://undertheweather.ckut.ca/

Socialize:
Want more grassroots coverage?
Join the Media Co-op today.
448 words
Join the media co-op today
Things the Media Co-op does: Support
Things the Media Co-op does: Report
Things the Media Co-op does: Network
Things the Media Co-op does: Educate
Things the Media Co-op does: Discover
Things the Media Co-op does: Cooperate
Things the Media Co-op does: Build
Things the Media Co-op does: Amplify

User login


Google+
Subscribe to the Dominion $25/year

The Media Co-op's flagship publication features in-depth reporting, original art, and the best grassroots news from across Canada and beyond. Sign up now!