30 January, Vancouver: The Struggle for the Land

…cafe rebelde… connecting the dots…
— land reclamation, food sovereignty and state repression —

Saturday, January 30, 2016
Grandview Calvary Church – 1803 E. 1st Ave
Unceded Coast Salish Territory
By donation — Wheelchair Accessible — childcare
6pm Doors Open and Photo Exhibit/ 6:30pm Food and Drinks/ 7pm Program and Discussion

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/819366898189946/


Community Theatre by Vancouver Solidarity with Ayotzinapa Committee & Speakers:

Dawn Morrison, Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movement
Chandu Claver, BAYAN Canada & Canada Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights
Representative of Solidarity with Ayotzinapa-Coast Salish Territory
Worldwide there are about 3 billion peasants, tenant farmers, campesinos, fisherfolk and other small scale and subsistence agricultural producers. These communities are engaged in some of the most intense and transformative struggles in the world today, especially where organized communities are exercising their sovereignty and cultivating the land collectively. They frequently face brutal violence and repression from landlords, agribusiness, corporate mining interests, tourist enterprises and from neocolonial and imperialist states. The struggle for the land is not only a struggle for liberation from colonial and class oppression, but also a key to building a sustainable and just food system in harmony with the natural environment .

Cafe Rebelde invites you to hear from about the struggle for the land on unceded Indigenous territories in so-called B.C., Mexico and the Philippines. Enjoy delicious food, discussion and music.

Organized by: Cafe Rebelde, Vancouver Solidarity with Ayotzinapa Committee, Canada Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights, Red Sparks Union, International League of Peoples Struggle

Endorsed by: Streams of Justice, Rising Tide, Mining Justice Alliance, Young Communist League, Rumbamérica, Migrante BC, In Solidarity with All Land Defenders, System Change Not Climate Change, Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Canada Palestine Association, LatinAmerican Studies Centre, East Indian Defense Committee, South Asian Network for Secularism and Democracy, Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, Blood Alley.

For more information: caferebeldeinfo@gmail.com