When: Monday July 30, 2012. Doors at 6:30 Starts at 7 pm
Cost: $20-25 per picket
Location: Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, 1803 East 1st Ave (just east
of Commercial Drive).
- please note this is a TICKETED event -
Please join us in a fundraiser to support the 3rd Annual Unis’tot’en Action Camp against proposed and approved mining and pipeline projects in Wet’suwet’en territory. The camp dates are August 6 – 10 and will see a lot of activities around building solidarity and planning.
Tickets are $20-25 each and we need to sell 50-60 tickets.
Your ticket includes:
Dinner, salad, dessert, drinks.
Information and updates on the Unis’tot’en Action Camp
An evening of solidarity and resistance with allies
No One Is Illegal is helping to fundraiser for this camp, in particular byraising funds to support members of other Indigenous communities affected by resource extraction to be able to attend this important camp. Webelieve we must all proactively support opportunities for relationship-building between grassroots Indigenous communities.
As written by the Lhe Lin Liyin, who are hosting the camp: “Ourcommunities and nations are at the forefront of land defense against resource extraction, oil and gas development, mining projects, andcorporate land theft. These colonial developments have had a devastating impact on our water, salmon, food base, spiritual sites, cultural well-being, traditional livelihoods, children and future generations. Butwe have been resisting since time immemorial and by uniting our resistance, we are stronger.”
We will also be doing a food drive for the Unis’tot’en Action Camp. If you can, please bring non-perishable/dry/packaged sugar, coffee, pasta, beans, and rice to the dinner.
We are aiming to raise $1200 through this fundraiser, and so we need you – our grassroots friends, communities, allies – to buy a ticket and spread the word. Your donation will directly support Indigenous delegations who need travel funds to participate in the Unis’tot’en Action Camp, as well as the Unis’tot’en Action Camp itself.
Hosted by No One Is Illegal-Vancouver Coast Salish Territories and Streams of Justice. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 778 885 0040.
Accessibility info: Grandview Calvary Baptist Church’s kitchen’s entrance is at street level, which gives access to washrooms, kitchen and lower hall. The women’s washroom has a stall that can accommodate a wheelchair. The washroom door opening is 86 cm, and the stall door is 61 cm.
For more information:
On the 3rd Annual Unis’tot’en Action Camp
Invitation to Indigenous land/water defenders:
NOII’s Fundraising drive for the Unis’tot’en Action Camp: http://noii-van.resist.ca/?p=5064