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Indigenous Sovereignty Week 2011 - Toronto

November 18th, 2011     by Julia Horel     Comments

Please see here for the full schedule and details of each event.

Shameless is seeking writers who have attended/will attend any of these events to blog for us and let us know how they went! Contact Julia if you’re interested.

NOTE: Because of the move of the pow-wow back to Toronto on Nov. 19-20, ISW will be spread out over 2 weeks this year.

We missed the first two events of the week, but there are plenty more to come!

Friday, November 18 7pm - 9pm @ Room 2215, OISE. 252 Bloor Street W, at Bedford exit of St. George subway (NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE) Celebrating Community Victories - Standing up to the Harper Threat Panel organized by: Defenders of the Land supporters

Tuesday, November 22nd 12:00-3:00 pm @ York University, Room 242, York Lanes. Deconstructing Identity Barriers: Aboriginal Women’s Sharing Circle

7:00 p.m. @Ryerson Student Centre (55 Gould St.) room: SCC 115 Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) Speak About Their Struggle to Protect Scared Areas From Mining Exploration

Wednesday, November 23 7pm - 9pm Location: University of Toronto Schools Auditorium, 371 Bloor Street West (between Spadina and Huron). Accessible entrance west of main doors. Criminalization of Indigenous Peoples

Thursday, November 24 6:30pm - 9pm @ Native Women’s Resource Centre, 191 Gerrard Street East (Gerrard/Sherbourne) The Silence is Broken: Now What? Panel organized by: No More Silence and Native Women’s Resource Centre

Friday, November 25 6:00pm - 9:00pm @Beit Zatoun, 612 Markham Street Toronto, ON M6G 2L8 A Colonial Contagion

Saturday November 26 3:00pm-6:00pm GREAT INDIAN BUS TOUR

6:00pm - 8:30pm Muskrat Magazine Launch @Native Canadian Centre of Toronto

Sunday, November 27 Closing Circle Location and time will be announced at ISW events.

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