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(en) Canada, Montreal, RESISTANCE ON TRIAL: A Solidarity Assembly (December 18)

From "la C.L.A.C." <clac@tao.ca>
Date Wed, 4 Dec 2002 07:27:56 -0500 (EST)


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               RESISTANCE ON TRIAL
  Fighting the Criminalization of Social Movements
              A SOLIDARITY ASSEMBLY
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           Wednesday, December 18, 7pm
          L'X (182, Ste-Catherine East)
          metro Berri-UQAM or St-Laurent
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Speakers include:

* John Clarke, Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP)
* Samer Elatrash, Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR)
* Dexter X, Quebec City 2001 defendant
* Geneviève of the CLAC Legal Committee and the March 15 Defence Committee

and others ...

Childcare available on request.
Speeches in English and French, with translation.
This event is FREE.


This coming January, three members of the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
-- John Clarke, Gaetan Heroux and Stefan Pilipa -- are going to trial,
charged with "participating in a riot", "counseling to participate in a
riot," and "counseling to assault police." The charges, relating to an
anti-poverty demonstration in Toronto, involve potential jail terms of two
to five years.

Meanwhile, local activists are also facing several trials, as well as
restrictive conditions, fines, and potential jail terms, for their
involvement in organizing resistance -- against police brutality and
poverty, the visit of Benjamin Netanyahu to Concordia University, or the
Summit of the Americas protests in Quebec City, to name a few.

This solidarity assembly will bring together various groups and movements
fighting the criminalization of resistance, as we together share collective
strategies of self-defense against repressive governments, courts and
police.

Organized by the Anti-Capitalist Convergence (CLAC).

Endorsers: le Comité des sans-emploi, the No One Is Illegal Campaign, le
Collectif Opposé à la brutalité policière (COBP), the Northeast Federation
of Anarcho-Communists (NEFAC), Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG)
-- McGill & Concordia, and others. To add your endorsement, please get in
touch ASAP.

INFO: clac@tao.ca or 514-409-2049.

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