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Montreal, Quebec

Decolonize & Anti Oppression Community Workshop

- 8:30pm
Jeudi Septembre 6 2012

Venue: 2110 Center - Concordia
Address: 1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest, Suite #404
Cost: $5 - suggested donation - no one turned away from a lack of funds
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible - leave heavy perfumes at home.

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event info:


(Francophone below)

Centre 2110 and Tami Starlight are excited to present a decolonization & anti-oppression community workshop - Tami has been traveling and presenting this workshop in multiple cities, we are really pleased to be able to host it in Montreal. The workshop will take place Thursday, September 6 at 6 p.m., at 1500 de Maisonneuve West, Suite 404.

Tami Starlight = Cree two spirited elder - Peguis Nation (Manitoba) currently residing on occupied and unceded Coast Salish territory. (Vancouver <-

- settler name)


Workshop details:
Decolonization 101 (history of the colony of Kanata, turtle island, the crown, hudsons bay, RCMP, treaties, white paper, small pox, etc - how we can support nations and learn protocols)

Anti-Oppression 101 (basic workshop on the definitions and how it affects our everyday lives)

Basics of grassroots, horizontal, democratic anti oppressive, collective community organizing. (for more information on any of the workshop details - email is below and information is posted on this like page wall - also see the links below)

My email:
The workshop tour page:
Not 100% in agreement or promotion of the ideas here. Some of this information is important.

Decolonize information & petition - Nicole L.

Workshop location: 2110 center - Montreal - 1500 de Maisonneuve West, Suite 404
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Time: 6:30 to 8:30pm
Cost: 5$ by donation - no one turned away from a lack of funds.

Like the page and pass it on/share!
hiy hiy!
tami starlight
(mises à jour détaillées très bientôt - restez à l'écoute)

Tami Starlight = Cree Aîné-e Bispirituel-le - Nation de Peguis (Manitoba) résidant actuellement sur le territoire occupé et non cédé côte salish. (Vancouver - le nom des colons)

Détails de l'atelier:
Décolonisation 101 (histoire de la colonie de Kanata, île de la tortue, la couronne, la baie d'Hudson, de la GRC, les traités, papier blanc, la variole, etc - comment nous pouvons aider les nations et connaître les protocoles)

Anti-Oppression 101 (atelier de base sur les définitions et la façon dont elle affecte nos vies de tous les jours)

Principes de base de la base, horizontal, démocratique et anti oppressive, l'organisation collective de la communauté. (pour plus d'informations sur l'un des détails de l'atelier - envoyer par email ci-dessous est et de l'information est affichée sur cette page comme mur - voir aussi les liens ci-dessous)

Mon email:
La page tournée atelier:
Pas 100% d'accord ou de promotion des idées ici. Une partie de cette information est importante.

Décoloniser l'information et pétition - Nicole L.

Atelier emplacement: 2110 centre - Montréal (plus de détails à venir)
Accessibility info à venir (après l'emplacement est fixé)
Heure: 06 heures 30-20h30
Coût: 5 $ par don - ne se détourna d'un manque de fonds.

Comme la page et de le transmettre / partager!
hiy hiy!
Tami Starlight

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Unceeded Coast Salish Territory (stolen land) / East Vancouver (DTES)
Member since Juin 2009


Community organizer, facilitator, social justice activist, photographer, videographer, indy media lover, LGBT2IQ equality supporter, animal rights, spiritualist. 2spirited, trans experienced, invisible disability, cree, and all around seeking growth and change within and everywhere else.

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