Category Archives: unemployed

Montreal’s Inter-Tribal Youth Centre closes indefinitely

Montreal’s Inter-Tribal Youth Centre closes indefinitely Sign the petition.

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It could get worse…. (STOP CRIME BILL C-10)

It could get worse It could get worse (facebook)

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a dream october 15th – october 16th

last night i dreamt i woke up and the first thing i saw was the cover of the newspaper/magazine. the image was of a man’s chest ripped open with two bloody gashes. i realized he had been killed and it … Continue reading

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writing by collaborators

jessica maccormack (and me) at viva! art action 2011  

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Justice Pour les Victimes de Bavures Policières /// Justice for the Victims of Police Killings

Justice Pour les Victimes de Bavures Policières /// Justice for the Victims of Police Killings Justice pour les victimes de bavures policières Justice for Victims of Police Killings Justicia para las Víctimas Asesinadas por la policíaVigile, manifestation et marche Le … Continue reading

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Oct. 6, 2011 (PROTEST/ART)

On Thursday we met at Berri-UQAM.Not all people in the group had met each other before today. The intention was to meet and discuss the situation/the articles/mental illness/police violence/oppression and decide what to do do. Karen said, “I don’t feel comfortable … Continue reading

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“We cannot act without supports, and yet we must struggle for the supports that allow us to act. “

‎”in the case of public assemblies, we see quite clearly not only that there is a struggle over what will be public space, but a struggle as well over those basic ways in which we are, as bodies, supported in … Continue reading

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