Friday, August 14, 2009
CANADIAN ANARCHIST MOVEMENT-VANCOUVER:
MORE FROM THE OLYMPICS RESISTANCE NETWORK:
Here's the latest goings-on from the Olympics Resistance Network, protesting the upcoming 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and Whistler.
Upcoming ORN meetings:
Upcoming ORN general meetings:
(Every 2nd Sunday)
Sunday, Aug. 16, 6pm @ Spartacus Books, 684 E. Hastings (The first meeting of each month includes time for new member orientation and Olympic issues background.)
Sunday, Aug. 30, 6pm and Sunday, Sept. 13, 6pm @ Spartacus Books, 684 E.Hastings
If you are interested in ORN, but unable to attend Sunday meetings, consider getting involved in one of the subcommittees planning popular education/outreach, legal defense, fundraising, indy media, etc. and contact firstname.lastname@example.org t for more information.
The Vancouver Renters At Risk group want to collect stories and interviews about some of the housing impacts of the Games; anyone with contacts, personal stories, ideas, etc., please send to: "Renters At Risk Campaign -
Subject: renters on video I'm looking for BC renters who have been affected/experienced evictions, renovictions, and/or huge rent increases in the lead up to the Olympics. If that's you, are you willing to allow me to film you in a short 15-45sec segment? If you're interested in hearing more, please write: email@example.com "
Olympic Resistance Network: contact -
ABOUT THE OLYMPIC RESISTANCE NETWORK
The Olympic Resistance Network is primarily based in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories and exists as a space to coordinate anti-2010 Olympics efforts. In doing so, we act in solidarity with other communities across 'BC' - particularly indigenous communities who have been defending their land against the onslaught of the Olympics since the bid itself. Our organizing is largely being done under the slogan of "No Olympics on Stolen Native Land," while creating an opportunity for all anti-capitalist, indigenous, anti-poverty, labour, migrant justice, environmental justice, anti-war, and anti-colonial activists to come together to confront this two-week circus and the oppression it represents.