12th Annual Victoria Anarchist Bookfair

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We are pleased to announce the twelfth annual Victoria Anarchist Bookfair, located on unceded Coast Salish Territory in Victoria, British Columbia.
The Bookfair is for anarchists and non-anarchists, with participants from all over North America and beyond. Events include book and information tables, workshops, readings, films, presentations, and much more! Get involved! Please get in touch with proposals for workshops and tables by August 15st, 2017. Late proposals will be considered but may not be included promotional material. Continue reading

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Reportback from Happy Stolen Land Day

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This didn’t seem to get posted anywhere else; better late than never:

*** corporate media coverage: http://www.cheknews.ca/happy-stolen-land-day-activists-rally-indigenous-rights-canada-150-343188

In answer to Idle No More’s Unsettling Canada 150 call for a national day of action in honour of the late Secwepemc leader Arthur Manuel, in support of Indigenous self-determination over lands, territories and resources and celebration of the pride and resiliency of indigenous peoples, a lively counter-celebration was held at the colonial legislature buildings in so-called Victoria, British Columbia on July 1, 2017 during the state-sponsored nationalist “Canada Day 150” event.

This took place on the unceded land of the Lekwungen speaking people now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.

Said one attendee:

“we marched straight into the heart of the beast and our drums thundered round the totem pole, then slowly, surely, as new citizens pledged allegiance to a fantasy, we roared past the stage, sabotaging their national anthem of false idolatry, misplaced glory and violent colonial history

there cannot possibly be a better way to publicly mark this despicable day…thank you to everyone who shared in this action with us…the next 150 years belong to the decolonized!”

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Indigenous protesters build tiny homes in Trans Mountain pipeline’s path

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Secwepemc tiny house warriors 1Canadian Press, September 7, 2017

CHASE, B.C. – Members of the Secwepemc Nation in British Columbia say they are building the first of 10 tiny homes that will be placed directly in the path of Kinder Morgan’s $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Kanahus Manuel of the Secwepemc Women’s Warrior Society says the house is a symbol of sustainability in the face of an environmentally damaging project and is based on homes built at the Standing Rock protest in the United States.

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Ts’Peten 1995 — Graphic History Collective Poster Series

Graphic History Collective Poster Series Poster and introduction by Gord Hill The siege at Ts’Peten (Gustafsen Lake) occurred in Secwepemc territory (in the south-central interior of “British Columbia”) in the summer of 1995, after a white American rancher began harassing an elder and his family at a Secwepemc Sundance camp. Warriors responded to the elder’s […]

via Poster: Ts’Peten 1995 — Warrior Publications