An event organized by Idle No More Toronto, the Indigenous Sovereignty and Solidarity Network, Muskrat Magazine, and the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery at Hart House, University of Toronto:
NATION TO NATION NOW
Idle? KNOW more!
Featuring conversations with good hearts and minds working for change:
Confirmed speakers include Arthur Manuel (Sewcepmec, Chair of the Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade), Leanne Simpson (Alderville First Nation, writer, scholar, storyteller), and Russell Diabo (Kahnawake Mohawk, editor of the First Nations Strategic Bulletin), Naomi Klein, Ellen Gabriel (Kahnasatake Mohawk), Aaron Detlor, Donna Ashamok (MoCreebec), Brenda Small (MoCreebec), Sylvia Plain (Anishnabe), Carla Robinson (Haisla), Bev Jacobs, Norman Matchewan (Barriere Lake) and more!
Building a New Relationship hosted by MUSKRAT Magazine
Ellen Gabriel, Naomi Klein, & Arthur Manual moderated by Carla Robinson
7- 9 pm, OISE auditorium, 252 Bloor Street West, St. George Subway Station
Many more speakers to be announced soon… Stay tuned!
Come and learn about Anishinabeg and Haudenausonee Nationhood, Indigenous Women’s Leadership in the movement, Canada’s First Nation Termination Plan, and hear directly from Defenders of the Land and allies on the realities on the ground and strategies for moving forward.
Saturday MARCH 23
10am – 9pm
OISE auditorium – 252 Bloor Street West, Main Floor
** Free entry
** Donations welcome and appreciated
Come to the Nation to Nation Now CONCERT Thursday March 21 @ 9pm!!
This event has been endorsed by:
Christian Peacemaker Teams – Aboriginal Justice Group
Educators for Peace and Justice
The Indigenous Visual Culture Program at OCAD University
Bathurst United Church – Social Justice and Community Engagement Committee
Grand River Indigenous Solidarity
CAW Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy, Ryerson University
Women’s Human Rights Education Institute (WHRI)
Centre for Women’s Studies in Education (CWSE), OISE/UT
And we would like to thank our community sponsors:
Graduate Geography and Planning Students Society
CAW Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice at Ryerson
And the generosity of all of our individual donors who are making this event possible.