**** Proudly supported and sponsored by Idle No More Toronto ****
Darlene Necan is building her own plywood home on her family's land in Savant Lake, 2 hours south of Pickle Lake, ON . Indigenous women continue to go missing and be murdered while Darlene faces charges and steep fines - under the public lands act s.2 (1) - for taking the kind of action that our people need. Her next court date is November 20th.
MC - Rebeka Tabobondung
Darlene Necan - Spokesperson for Off-Reserve Members of Ojibway Nation of Saugeen no.258
Mike Leitold - Anti-Colonial Committee of Law Union of Ontario
Audrey Huntley - Speaking on Community-led Database of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
* Leonard Sumner
* Amai Kuda
* Simone Schmidt (One Hundred Dollars, Fiver, Highest Order)
Come out to hear Darlene and others speak, lend your support.
No More Silence , Muskrat Magazine, Idle No More Toronto, the Anti-Colonial Committee of the Law Union of Ontario and CUPE 3903 First Nations Solidarity Working Group present an evening of speakers, dinner and music.
A Silent Auction will also be hosted by Idle No More Toronto. The Silent Auction table will include beautiful handmade Native crafts and artwork, and will include a 50/50 draw. If you are able to donate any items for the silent auction please contact Crystal by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE
Please bring as many warm clothes and blankets as you can spare for members of Mishkeegogamang First Nation (just south of Pickle Lake, ON), who are facing a harsh winter and the colonial injustice of a terrible housing crisis.
**The Native Canadian Centre is fully accessible. It is located just north of Spadina Station, which is accessible from the Bloor-Danforth line.**
$10 or Pay what you can.
16 Spadina Rd
Toronto, ON M5R 2S7
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