Strengthening our resolve after the G20: Movement building and ongoing resistance to the G20 agenda

Friday, September 17, 2010 - 22:30 to Saturday, September 18, 2010 - 01:00

Speakers: Alex Hundert, Jen Meunier, Judy Rebick, Herman Rosenfeld, Liisa Schofield, Ro Velasquez, and Harsha Walia.

This is a Pay What You Can event. All contributions go to the G20 Legal Defence Fund (

Join us in this event with speakers and discussion about responses the G20 agenda, and making linkages across issues and ongoing struggles. With courage and with care, this event is about building solidarity and understanding, about creating real alternatives to this exploitative and destructive system, and to strengthen our resolve to continue resisting.

For more information email  or call 416 922 4595

Sponsored by: Network247 G20 Defence Committee, CAW Sam Gindin Social Justice and Democracy Chair, CUPE 3903 First Nations Solidarity Working Group, CUPE 3907, OPIRG Toronto, OPIRG York, Toronto Community Solidarity

80 Gould Street (Rogers Communication Centre) RCC 204 (Eaton Lecture Theatre)
Toronto , ON
43° 39' 9" N, 79° 22' 54.0012" W
Ontario CA

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