Dr. Bill Carroll combines 2 very different approaches for strengthening people’s power. The first is political music videos like his hard hitting “400 Parts Per Million”. The second is researching corporate power and fossil fuel extraction. Come and find out how Art and Science can both be important forces for Global Justice.
1923 Fernwood Rd.
Music by John Shaw 7:30pm
Admission by donation
Doors open at 7:00 pm. Music with Nedjo Rogers at 7:30 pm
Presentation on Honduras by Kay Gimbel 8:00 pm
Kay is an active member of the Mining Justice Action Committee; this summer he went to Honduras with a Rights Action delegation.
Active in BC Ferry and Marine Workers Union, he says, “Now that the ‘working for a living’ chapter of my life is coming to a close, I hope to dedicate a lot more time to making this a better world for my grandson.”
Graeme Russell of Rights Action stated about this delegation: Our focus of inquiry was “What do the U.S and Canada have to do with repression, human rights violations, corruption and impunity in Honduras?”
Kay will address this important aspect of the current situation in Honduras. The delegation honoured the life, vision and struggles of Berta Caceres who was murdered for her pro-environment anti-dam activism.
Western Canadian Premiere “Life is Waiting: Referendum and Resistance in Western Sahara”
The Saharawi people under occupation and the lessons of Saharawi nonviolent resistance.
FEB.26 AT CAFÉ SIMPATICO
1923 Fernwood Road
Film at 8pm
Refreshments: fair trade coffee by the cup and by the pound.
Admission by donation.
Café Simpatico is presented by the Central America Support Committee and this event is cosponsored by: the Mining Justice Action Committee, Friends of Western Sahara & the Barnard-Boecker Centre Foundation.
1923 Fernwood Rd.
7:30 – Music by Grace Timney
8:00 – Presentation
Truth and reconciliation, environmental and Indigenous land rights, and basic justice were all parts of the Kairos lead bus tour through the B.C. interior this past August. Participants connected with numerous First Nations leaders and activists, frontline workers, agricultural landowners, and environmentalists. Several of the tour members will be on hand to describe their momentous trip.
Admission by donation * refreshments available * 250-598-7690
Wendy Mendez will give an overview of the present situation in Guatemala &An update on HIJOS and its projects. Wendy founded the organization, HIJOS (sons and daughters of the disappeared) in 1999 with others who were children when their parents were disappeared or massacred and during the civil conflict. HIOS believes that the best way to bring honour and glory to their mothers and fathers, to all the victims of genocide in Guatemala, is to continue the struggle for social justice and democracy.
1923 Fernwood Road Doors: 7:30 pm with live music. Presentation: 8pm Admission by donation: Fair trade organic coffee for sale All welcome! More information:email@example.com