We Are All Treaty People: Panel and Discussion on Support for Six Nations Land Defenders and April 28th Follow-up
Join us for an important follow-up discussion on the April 28th Walk for Peace, Respect and Friendship – an inspiring event that demanded respect for Six Nations land rights and asserted that “we are all treaty people”. Organizers will share critical lessons learned and discuss exciting next steps.
Guest speakers will focus on the pressing need to resist the criminalizing of Six Nations land defense and ways to support Six Nations political prisoners.
May 28th 7:00-9:00pm, at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), 252 Bloor St West RM 5250
Connecting Struggles: An Indigenous Solidarity Town Hall for the KW Community
Join Grand River Indigenous Solidarity as we invite you to participate in a community discussion, from a settler perspective, about what it means for us to live and work on the Haldimand Tract after the April 28th walk for Peace, Respect and Friendship. Come out and learn from local organizers about current Indigenous sovereignty struggles and solidarity work, as well as how you can get involved!
May 28th 6:00pm-8:00pm Faculty of Social Work, 1st floor auditorium