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posted by FOCI in on Feb 1, 2010 - View profile


Our Terrain of Struggle: Immigration, the G-20, the crisis of capitalism and global apartheid

Featuring Montreal based organizer, Jaggi Singh

Thursday February 4 2010

Venue: Room 105, Weldon Law Building
Address: 6061 University Avenue
Cost: Free

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A multi-media presentation. Using research and lived experiences, the
presentation will raise questions about all border controls
nation-states; make the case that all human beings have the autonomous
right to migrate, resist displacement and return home. The big picture
is one of global apartheid, and with the economic crisis deeply set
and the G8/G20 working to keep unequal relations in tact, the terrain
of struggle grows rougher.

About Jaggi Singh

Jaggi Singh is an organizer, active on indigenous solidarity, migrant
justice, no border, anti-poverty and anti-police brutality issues. He
is a founding member of groups such as the Convergence des luttes
anti-capitalistes (CLAC), No One Is Illegal, Solidarity Across Borders
and the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair, as well as many related campaigns
and initiatives. He is also a writer and independent journalist, and
has reported from occupied Palestine, India, as well as all over
Canada. Jaggi hosts a monthly current affairs radio show on CKUT 90.3fm.


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