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Schedule of Events
If you are organizing an action during this time, please contact the Toronto Community Mobilization Network immediately to ensure that all actions are safe and supported.
The Toronto Community Mobilization Network is supporting mobilizations for:
~ self-determination for indigenous peoples
~ climate and environmental justice
~ income equity and community control over resources
~ migrant justice and an end to war and occupation
~ gender justice, queer and disAbility rights.
Organizers percieved level of police interference
* = low; ** = medium; *** = high
* 18-20 June 2010, All Day, Forum, Ryerson: 2010 People’s Summit
21-24 June 2010: THEMED DAYS OF RESISTANCE (BUILD UP)
J21-24, Various times/locations, Reel Solutions Documentary Film Series
Monday June 21 - Migrant Justice and An End to War and Occupation, Income Equity and Community Control Over Resources
7pm, Harper's Attacks on Reproductive Rights at home and abroad, 25 Cecil Street, OCAC firstname.lastname@example.org
**2pm, Allan Gardens, March: "All Out In Defense of the Rights of All"
**Various Times/Locations, creative civic transformations and street theatre for Gender Justice
Tuesday June 22 - Gender Justice, Queer Rights, DisAbility Rights
4:30pm, Yonge and Queen St, Creative Queer Resistance to the G20
Wednesday June 23 - Environmental and Climate Justice
*7pm, Ryerson Student Campus Centre (SCC115), 55 Gould St: People's Assembly on Climate Justice: Moving Forward from Cochabamba (Poster) (Facebook)
Thursday June 24 - Indigenous Sovereignty
**11am - Canada Can't Hide Genocide: Indigenous Day of Action, Queens Park, South Lawn (Poster Image)
5pm, Toronto Underground Cinema 186 Spadina Ave, "Six Miles Deep" Documentary
25-27 June 2010: DAYS OF ACTION
Friday June 25
12:30pm, Allan Gardens (corner of Carleton and Sherbourne), G20 Feminist Picnic and Politics
**2:30pm, Allan Gardens (Carlton Street between Jarvis and Sherbourne Street) Free the Streets! March. Block Party. Tent City: "Justice for Our Communities"
*6:00pm, Forum, Massey Hall: "Shout Out For Global Justice"
Saturday June 26
***1:00pm, March, Queen's Park: "Get Off the Fence"
***CANCELLED, Radical Street Party: "Saturday Night Fever." (Poster)
CKLN radio (88.1) will have all night programming from 11pm-6am.
All night dance party at the detention center @ 629 Eastern Ave. starting at 12am.
Sunday June 27
***Time/Location TBA, Autonomous Direct Actions: "Getting Down to Business"
*1pm, Corner of Bloor and Spadina, Bike Block action
**2pm, St James Park (on King St. between Jarvis and Church), March: "Prayer Vigil"
***5pm, Bruce Mackey Park (Dundas and Wardell), March: Fire.Works.For.Prisons
The G8/G20 meetings took place in Ontario from June 25-27, 2010. Toronto-based organizations of women, people of colour, indigenous peoples, the poor, the working class, queer and trans people and disabled people organized a peoples convergence with 40,000 people taking to the streets, standing up for justice in collaboration and solidarity!
Activists, community members, inspired and outraged individuals came together as a movement to demand justice for people and the planet. Over a week of mobilizations, events, workshops and direct actions took place in the face of state and police repression, violence and infringements on rights and freedoms.
We must continue to mobilize and build greater solidarity among our communities- an important part of this is supporting all those arrested during the G20 summit, including our allies still in detention, and those released on bail.