Please check out these events that are part of Indigenous Sovereignty Week in Toronto.
1: The Silence is Broken: Now What? Part II - Tonight
Tonight - Thursday November 24, 2011
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Native Women's Resource Centre,
191 Gerrard St E (at Sherbourne)
Join Lee Maracle, Darlene Ritchie and No More Silence in talking about the way forward to end the disappearances of Indigenous women!
This event is part of Indigenous Sovereignty week and is part two of a discussion began in the summer:
For more information: http://nomoresilence-nomoresilence.blogspot.com/
2: The Great Indian Bus Tour and Muskrat Magazine Launch - both on Saturday
Saturday November 26, 2011
Start 3:00 p.m.
Native Canadian Centre
16 Spadina Road
Come out with Philip Cote and Jon Johnson, members of the Toronto Native History Project and learn about the Indigenous history of Toronto -- the meeting place where people once gathered at the fish weirs.
Finish the day with a delicious feast at the Native Canadian Centre hosted by Muskrat Magazine and the launch of its Food Issue! Tickets $20 -- call to reserve a spot 647-981-2918 and pay for your ticket using paypal: http://www.defendersoftheland.org/support
In the spirit of community building and honouring our relationship to land and sustenance MUSKRAT Magazine, The Toronto Native Community History Project, ANDPVA, Indigenous Sovereignty Week, and The Accidental Caterer invite you to feast with us!!
BRING a "Traditional" dish to share (WHATEVER TRADITIONAL MEANS TO YOU! it may be featured in our next issue!)
Special Guests Include: Community leader and teacher: Sylvia Maracle; Entertainer Glen Gould; Poet: Giles Benaway and... a sneak peak of MUSKRAT's upcoming FOOD issue!
Bring home a new read from the Toronto History Project's booksale!
ANDPVA will lead children's craft activities so bring your little ones!
For more information, please see here.
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