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unceded Coast Salish territory / Surrey

Decolonize & Anti-Oppression Community Workshop (Surrey)

A lightly facilitated community dialogue.

- 4:30pm
Saturday July 12 2014

Venue: Conference Centre side "A", Kwantlen Polytechnic University-Surrey Campus
Address: 12666 72nd Avenue
Cost: $5 - $50 sliding scale (no one turned away due to lack of funds)
Accessibility: the building, workshop space, and washrooms are wheelchair accessible; ASL interpretation has been confirmed, please contact us if you require this service by July 10th at noon.

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Taking place on unceded Coast Salish territory - Kwantlen, Katzie, Semiahmoo, & Tsawwassen nations.

Hosted by Kwantlen PIRG
In solidarity with the grassroots community actions of Idle No More.

Tami Starlight - 2-Spirit Nehiyawak (also known as Cree) elder from the Peguis Nation (Manitoba)
vanessa bui - first-generation Vietnamese youth born on traditional Lekwungen & WSANEC territory (Victoria, BC)
- both currently reside on unceded Coast Salish territory (Vancouver, BC)

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


Cost: $5 - $50 sliding scale; no one turned away due to lack of funds
Location: Conference Centre side "A", Cedar Building, Kwantlen Polytechnic University-Surrey Campus, 12666 72nd Avenue, Surrey BC
Date: Saturday, July 12th, 2014
Time: 1:30pm - 4:30pm


- discussion about colonization from an indigenous context within Canada
- anti-oppression terminology investigation & circle discussion
- grassroots community organizing, meaningful solidarity building, & horizontal group/community structures


- the building, workshop space, and nearby washrooms are wheelchair accessible.
- ASL interpretation is has been CONFIRMED. Please let us know if you require this service by July 10th at noon.
- Please leave your scents/perfumes at home, this is a scent-free/scent-reduced event. For more information on Multiple Chemical Sensitivities:
- This space is also safer space = anti-oppressive.


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