WEUWAIÑ!! DOWN WITH THE POLICE STATE! OUT OF OUR TERRITORIES!

**Please Forward Widely** [Ver Castellano Abajo]

One Year after the Toronto G20 Police State…

WEUWAIÑ!! (The Struggle Continues)

Because of the Ideological, Cultural& Territorial Plunder we have Suffered for More than 500 Years…

Because of the Criminalization of dissent, persecution of our struggles, and imprisonment of our sisters & brothers…

Because of the Anguish, Injustice, Censorship and Death suffered by Our Warriors…

Because of the Policies of Hunger, Economic Cuts, Exploitation & Imposed Borders that Murder us Legally Every Day…

DOWN WITH THE POLICE STATE!

OUT OF OUR TERRITORIES!

A Night of Indigenous Solidarity with the Mapuche Political Prisoners and the Toronto G20 Arrestees.

From the West Coast: **Alaina T** NATIVE YOUTH MOVEMENT, St’at’imc Nation on aftermath of 2010 Vancouver Olympics& B.C Hydro.

**Dustin Johnson** (from the Sierra Club) Ktnuxa Nation on the issue of the Tar Sands in Alberta.

From WCCC [Toronto]: **Jaroslava Avila** on the Mapuche Struggle & personal testimony on the criminalization of dissent from this past Toronto G20 Summit**

From Kitchener-Waterloo: **Julian Ichim** of SOS and the Spot on the current case of Kelly Plug-Back, currently being processed for the mobilizations of this past Toronto G20**

**Anna Willats** member of the Shelter, Sanctuary, Status Campaign

**Maryam Andrangi** member of the Community Solidarity Network

From Six Nations of the Grand River Territory: **Representatives from the Six Nations Youth Reclamation**

Live performances from

TESTATMENT of TEST THEIR LOGIK

MARIO MUÑOZ

PLUS! The Exclusive Screening of the Documentary Film:

**”TALES FROM THE G20″ (Open Media Initiative)

FRIDAY, JUNE 24TH @ 8PM

The Graduate Students Union (U of T)

16 Bancroft Avenue (Just East of Spadina, 2 & a half lights south of Bloor)

For More Info:https://wccctoronto.wordpress.com/

**NO COVER** Donations Appreciated**

ORGANIZED BY:

The Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]

Co-Sponsored by:

The Community Solidarity Network

http://g20.torontomobilize.org/

The Graduate Student’s Union – Social Justice Committee (University of Toronto)

CUPE 3903 – First Nations Solidarity Working Group

Endorsed By:

OPIRG – Toronto

No One is Illegal – Toronto

http://toronto.nooneisillegal.org/

AW@L

***CALL OUT FOR ENDORSEMENTS TO ALL ALLIED/ANTI-CAPITALIST/COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS!!! Please write to wccc_98@hotmail.com to endorse or for more info***

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A un año del Terrorismo de Estado del G20 en Toronto…

¡¡WEUWAIÑ!!(La lucha continua)

Por el despojo ideológico, cultural y territorial que hemos sufrido por más de 500 años…

Por la criminalización de nuestras luchas, la persecución de y el encarcelamiento de nuestros hermano@s…

Por la angustia, la injusticia, la censura y la muerte de nuestros guerreros…

Por las políticas de hambre, sus ajustes económicos y la imposición de fronteras que nos asesinan legalmente todos los días…

¡¡ABAJO CON EL TERRORISMO DE ESTADO!! ¡¡FUERA DE NUESTROS TERRITORIOS!!

Una noche de solidaridad indígena con los Presos Políticos Mapuche y los arrestados del G20 en Toronto.

De la Costa Oeste: **Alaina T** del Movimiento Juvenil Indigena, Nacion St’at’imc, sobre las consecuencias de las Olimpiadas de Himbierno 2010 y la Hidroeléctrica de Columbia Británica.

**Dustin Johnson** Nación Ktnuxa, sobre el abuso del petróleoduro en territorio indígena, en la provincia de Alberta.

De la WCCC [Toronto]**Jaroslava Avila sobre la lucha Mapuche y su testimoniosobre terrorismo de Estado dentro del contexto del G20 en Toronto.

De Kitchener-Waterloo: **Julian Ichim, de la organización S.O.S y “the Spot,”acerca del caso de Kelly Plug-Back actualmente bajo procesosobre las movilizaciones del G20.

**Anna Willats** miembra de la campaña Shelter, Sanctuary, Status

**Maryam Andrangi** miembra de la organizacion Community Solidarity Network

Del Territorio Grand River: Representantes de la Juventud indígena de las Seis Naciones actualmente por la recuperación de sus territorios.

PRESENTACION ESPECIAL DE:

El Documental “Cuentos del G20” (Open Media Initiative)

**TESTAMENT del grupo TEST THEIR LOGIK

**Mario Muñoz

INVITADOS ESPECIALES

VIERNES 24 DE JUNIO @ 8PM

GRADUATE STUDENTS UNION

16 Bancroft Avenue

Para más información: https://wccctoronto.wordpress.com/

**ENTRADA LIBRE (Donacion Voluntaria)**

ORGANIZADO POR:

La Cordinadora de Mujeres para un Wallmapu – WCCC [Toronto]

Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]

Conjuntamente con:

Community Solidarity Network

http://g20.torontomobilize.org/

The Graduate Student’s Union – Comite de Justica Social(Universidad de Toronto)

CUPE 3903 – First Nations Solidarity Working Group

Endorsado por:

OPIRG – Toronto

No One is Illegal – Toronto

http://toronto.nooneisillegal.org/

AW@L

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About The Women's Coordinating Committee For a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]

The Women's Coordinating For a Free Wallmapu is an indigenous grassroots organization based in Toronto advocating for the sovereign rights of the Mapuche Nation.
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