An activist gathering and people's forum
supporting and empowering each other
to raise our voices in critical resistance
featuring engaging speakers, impassioned activists and YOU!
Focused on social environmental economic justice
speaking truth to power,
celebrating our solidarity and having fun all at the same time!
FEATURED RANTERS FOR THE EVENING INCLUDE:
Sonia Furstenau, CVRD Director
Shawnigan Lake: The Continuing Struggle to Save Our Water
Tamara Lorincz, Canadian Voice of Women for Peace
Our Money; Our Values? Understanding the Federal Budget
What Comes After civilization?
Ted Woynillowicz, Council of Canadians Co-chair (Victoria)
Behind the Curtains of Free Trade Agreements
Is Canada Ready for a Basic Income to Address Poverty?
Laura Weileby, March Against Monsanto
Local Resistance to GMOs, Frankenfood and Political Corruption
MORE FEATURED RANTERS TO BE ANNOUNCED
The evening includes a soap box open mic to get you up there,
audience participation activities to get you involved,
and flyer tables to get you informed,
spreading the word, being heard!
This is our forum! All power to the people!
Bring your favourite radical poem and songs to share with us
Obviously, hate speeches of any kind will not be tolerated
Loose theme for the evening: POWER
Wanna be a featured speaker?
Know someone else who should be?
Let us know!
Doors open 6 pm
Show starts 6:30 pm sharp
THIS IS A 19+ EVENT
Sponsored by the Social Environmental Alliance
and the free radical bulletin board
Admission: $5 or pay what you can
(no one turned away due to lack of funds)
All proceeds will go to worthy causes
We acknowledge this event is taking place
on traditional Lekwungen territory
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