Idle No More is strongly in support of this event.
With support from Venus Envy Ottawa, AIDS Committee Ottawa, Peoples’ Republic of Delicious, The Johnny’s
Special thanks to SAW Gallery
Community Teach-in (indoors)
The evening with be co-facilitated by our dear friends and mentors from the The Native Youth Sexual Health Network
Short film screening "Don't Need Saving: Aboriginal Women and Access to Justice" Directed an produced by Audrey Huntley
Bridget Tolley, her daughter Laura Spence and friend Nicole Whiteduck will be speaking about when the went missing this past fall 2013. This is the first time they have spoken publicly about what they went through and how they were found. Thankfully a happy ending but immediate action makes a difference!!
Soup & Bannock + vegan/vegetarian wraps prepared donated by University of Ottawa Society for Women's Empowerment & People's Republic of Delicious
Drumming by Elaine Kicknosway & special song by Theland Kicknosoway and DJ Danforth
Open invitation to all drummers to partipate
Free! Please come out to honour and remember our missing and murdered Indigenous women/ two spirit people.♥
CLUB SAW is accessible by wheelchair and we will have a volunteer to assist
67 rue Nicholas St
Ottawa, , ON K1N7B9
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