Toronto's 25th annual socialist May Day celebration
Their crisis, our solutions
Jorge Soberon Consul General of Cuba in Toronto
Nancy Pridham Vice-President, Region 5, Ontario Public Service Employees' Union
John Clarke organizer for the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
Khaled Mouammar President of the Canadian Arab Federation.
B.C. Holmes representing the Toronto Haiti Action Committee
Barry Weisleder Federal Secretary, Socialist Action, and substitute teachers' organizer
M.C.: Elizabeth Byce, federal Treasurer, NDP Socialist Caucus, and retired member of the Toronto Local, Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Celebrate with entertainers: Jon Brooks, 2010 Winner Kerrville (Texas) New Folk Contest, 2009 Canadian Folk Music Award Nominee 'Best Songwriter', 2009 Winner NPR's Mountain Stage NewSong Contest (Canada); Marianne Girard, roots/alternative country singer-song writer, 2009 Canadian Folk Music Award Nominee 'Best vocalist', with acclaimed new CD "Pirate Days"; Faith Nolan, singer, songwriter, political activist; Robert Priest, poet, playwright, songwriter and singer; Steve-Paul & Maya, singing originals, international folk songs, and performing some theatre; Glen Hornblast, folk singer on the social justice scene.
Enjoy delicious food from the menu and drinks from the bar. For details, call the Free Times Café at 416-967-1078. At the event there will also be a literature and CDs display, a raffle, and surprises.
Sunday, May 1, 2011 7 p.m.
Free Times Cafe, 320 College St., (2 blocks west of Spadina) Toronto, Ontario Admission: $10 waged, $5 non-waged or PWYC
For more information, go to: www.socialistaction-canada.blogspot.com
E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (416) 535-8779
sponsored by Socialist Action (Fourth Internationalists in the Canadian state)
Event endorsed by: Toronto Local - Canadian Union of Postal Workers, Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, Toronto Haiti Action Committee, NDP Socialist Caucus, National Council of Latin American and Caribbean Women in Canada - Latin@s, Youth for Socialist Action, Toronto Forum on Cuba, Free the Cuban Five Cultural Committee, and the Workers' Solidarity and Union Democracy Coalition.
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