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Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories

Radical Animals and Ravaged Environments:

A New Understanding For a Common Struggle


7:00pm
- 9:00pm
Thursday September 12 2013

Venue: Former-Rhizome
Address: 317 East Broadway
Accessibility: The main space is wheelchair accessible throughout, the washrooms are on the same level and semi-accessible. There are two gender neutral washrooms, and the larger of the two may accommodate some but not all folks who use electric or manual wheelchairs; the door swings inward, there is minimal clearance once inside, and there is little space between the toilet and the sink to transfer.

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Radical Animals and Ravaged Environments: A New Understanding For a Common Struggle

Thursday, September 12th, 7pm
The Yet-to-be-named Former Rhizome Café, 317 East Broadway

Hosted by The Black Paw Print Collective and Rising Tide - Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories.

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Join us for a community discussion about bridging together environmental struggles and animal liberation.

With presentations by
Aylon Cohen, Black Paw Print Collective
Comrade Black, Profane Existence and former SHAC Canada
Fletch, Rising Tide-Vancouver
Suzy Q, Black Paw Print Collective

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The Black Paw Print Collective is an anarch@-feminist collective devoted to total animal, environmental, and human liberation through direct action and education.

Rising Tide: Vancouver Coast Salish Territories is a grassroots environmental justice group committed to fighting the root causes of climate change and the interconnected destruction of land, water, and air.
http://risingtide604.ca/

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Accessibility information: The main space is wheelchair accessible throughout, the washrooms are on the same level and semi-accessible. There are two gender neutral washrooms, and the larger of the two may accommodate some but not all folks who use electric or manual wheelchairs; the door swings inward, there is minimal clearance once inside, and there is little space between the toilet and the sink to transfer.

The Former Rhizome Space was audited by the Radical Accessibility Mapping Project in 2011. For the full audit, please visit: http://buildingradicalaccessiblecommunities.blogspot.ca/2011/07/rhizome-cafe-access-audit.html

Organizer:Black Paw Print Collective or Rising Tide - Vancouver

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