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Vancouver, B.C

Decolonize & Anti Oppression Community Workshop tour kickoff FUNdRaiser

- 9:00pm
Monday April 15 2013

Venue: 1803 East 1st Ave.
Address: 1803 East 1st Ave.
Cost: 5 to 100 (Donations)
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessibile on 1st and washroom has bars. Scent free - leave perfumes/scents at home. Safer space policy at workshop.

Organized and taking place on occupied and unceded Coast Salish territory = Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueum, and Sḵwxwú7mesh(Squamish) nations respectively.

A fundraising kickoff for the decolonization and anti oppression tour. (April 26 till June 26 - 2013 Gregorian calendar)

We - Vanessa and myself are traveling from Vancouver to Halifax and back. Through tons of unceded and occupied territories, facilitating workshops and film discussions. Decolonization and Anti Oppression (intersectionality) work.

Our tour facebook page:

Our website:

Donation page for those who cannot make it. Please donate and pass it on. (every bit helps)

Cost: sliding scale - 5 to 100$
Location: 1803 - 1st Ave, Vancouver (grandview calvary baptist church - corner of 1st & Salsbury Dr.)
Date: Monday, April 15, 2013
Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Food at 6pm sharp. (vegetarian & vegan options available)
Workshop starts at 7pm.
Finishing approximately 8:30 - clean up and mingle for 30 mins.

There will be an anti oppression workshop with some decolonization discussion - along with some grassroots community organizing 101 <--- as related to anti oppression/decolonization/horizontal ideology.

*accessibility info: wheelchair accessible - ramp on east 1st side of church - bathroom has a large stall with bars. Please leave your heavy perfumes at home. This is a safer space (LGBT2IQ & other marginalized people very welcomed) (No ASL or interpretation)

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