Oct.28: Art of Resistance Tour hits KPU SRY!
Please join us Wednesday, OCTOBER 28th:
KPIRG and the Critical Criminology Working Group welcome the
ART of RESISTANCE Tour to Surrey
[link to facebook event -- invite friends!]
1:15-2:30pm: Classroom 3830* (Surrey Main building):
CORPORATE CRIME in CANADA: an exploration of the
destructive practices of Barrick Gold, KinderMorgan, and other mining/extraction canadian corporations, with guest speaker Sakura Saunders (Mining Injustice Solidarity Network); presentation of the Beehive Collective banner: The True Cost of Coal
3:00-4:30 pm: Grassroots Cafe** @ KPU Surrey: The Art of Resistance Tour!
This Fall, The Beehive Design Collective is hitting the road for a cross-canada tour entitled "Art of Resistance". They'll be combining storytelling and presentations of their newest masterpiece MesoAmérica Resiste! with hip-hop performances and shows by Testament of Test Their Logik, and public interventions and actions on issues of environmental and social justice. They'll be travelling with giant art murals, a fully stocked distro of activist art and literature, and stories, songs, and experiences to share...
In Surrey, the Tour is joined by
Entre Aguas, a land defender and artist from Colombia will lead a workshop on resistance to megaprojects in South America. Entre is a representative from Ríos Vivos (Living Rivers), a social movement of dam affected communities in Colombia that struggle in defence of their territories and rivers, and for an energy model that is by and for the people.
All spaces are wheelchair accessible; w/ accessible (and gender neutral) washrooms nearby.
* Classroom 3830 in KPU/SRY Main has limited seating
**Grassroots Cafe is across from the gymnasium, in the Cedar Building)