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River Run 2014 – Water is Sacred
Walk with Grassy Narrows for clean water and Indigenous rights. (Toronto)
Stephen Lewis and Leanne Simpson speak with Grassy Narrows
Tuesday July 29, 6:30 p.m.
Event details, and Purchase Tickets here.
100 pay-what-you-can tickets will be available at the door on a first-come first-serve basis for low-income people (no questions asked).
River Run 2014
Thursday July 31, Noon.
Walk starts at Grange Park, Toronto.
9 Ways to help amplify Grassy Narrows’ voice!
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6. Join the facebook group: www.facebook.com/
7. Take Action: http://freegrassy.net/
Aboriginal Issues Working Group at the Church of the Redeemer
Canadian Union of Public Employees – National
Centre for Women and Trans People – U of T
Centre for Women and Trans People – York
Council of Canadians
CUPE 3903 First Nations Solidarity Working Group
CUPE 4600 at Carleton University
Educators for Peace and Justice
Greater Toronto Area Council – Ontario Public Service Employees Union
Health for All
Idle No More
Justice for Migrant Workers
Mining Injustice Solidarity Network
Native Youth Sexual Health Network
No One Is Illegal – Toronto
Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP)
Ontario Federation of Labour
Ontario Public Interest Research Group – Toronto (OPIRG)
Ontario Secondary School Teachers Foundation (OSSTF)
OSSTF – District 12
Public Service Alliance of Canada
Rhythms of Resistance
Toronto Immigration Legal Committee
Toronto New Socialist Group
Toronto & York Region Labour Council
Women’s Coordination Committee for a Free Wallmapu