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(en) Canada, Toronto: Rebel Music Americas w/ CIPO-RFM speaker (Sept 24)

Date Wed, 21 Sep 2005 10:38:33 +0300


Please join us for a speaking event with Raul Gatica of the CIPO-RFM, an
Indigenous Peoples' Council in Oaxaca, Mexico that is affiliated with
NEFAC through the anarchist International Libertarian Solidarity network.
REBEL MUSIC AMERICAS Musica Rebelde en las Americas Political, Cultural Solidarity Tour
A day/evening of video, rabble-rousing & live musical performances...
Saturday, September 24th/05 3:00 pm
Koffler Auditorium (U of T), 569 Spadina Ave. (north of College)
3pm Video Screening (79 min):
This 2004 feature-length documentary, Rebel Music Americas (Productions
Multi-Monde) by Marie Boti and Malcolm Guy chronicles the link between
music and the social and political movements rocking Latin America. It
features candid portraits of artists such as Lila Downs, Chico Cesar,
Santa Revuelta and the displaced communities of Colombia's Choco province.
Through the power of its music and imagery, the film takes you to the
front-lines of Argentina's militant unemployed workers' ("piqueteros")
movement, the Landless Workers' Movement (MST) in Brazil and the struggles
of Indigenous peoples in Mexico and Afro-Colombian communities displaced
by profit-driven war.
http://www.pmm.qc.ca/mram_tournee <http://www.pmm.qc.ca/mram_tournee>

4:30 pm Panel Discussion: "Movements Rocking the Region"
Raul Gatica Poet and spokesperson of the CIPO (Indigenous Peoples' Council
of Oaxaca, Mexico).

Maria Ligia Chaverra
Afro-Colombian elder who sits on the Community Council of Curvarado in the
Choco province of Colombia.

Rose Kazi
Singer/songwriter and activists with Toronto Women's Bookstore & band LAL.
Rusa Jeremic Common Frontiers & KAIROS (Canadian Ecumenical Justice
Initiatives).

PERFORMANCE & AFTERPARTY
Sat Sept 24th/05
CERVEJARIA DOWNTOWN (842 College St.)
doors @ 9 pm/performances @ 10 pm
$5

Featuring
Argentina's militant troubadours SANTA REVUELTA
Jeferson "Ali" Orejuela (Colombia CAVIDA rapper)
LAL
Red Menance
Colombian Kidz drummers
Bomba
Maracatu Nunca Antes

DJs Machetero & No-Capitalista

Organized by: Colombia Action Solidarity Alliance (CASA), Toronto Women's
Bookstore & Productions Multi-Monde/

Co-sponsors: Punching Out - North East Federation Anarchist
Communist (NEFAC) Toronto, OPIRG-Toronto, CUPE ON Division,
CUPE ON International Solidarity Committee, CKLN 88.1 FM, CERLAC
(York University), York University Film Department & Accompaniment
Solidarity Project Colombia (PASC).

MORE INFO: (416) 929-1834/ (514) 842-4047
E-mail: cca_toronto@hotmail.


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Punching Out
P.O. Box 79538
1995 Weston Rd
Toronto, ON, M9N 3W9

email: punchingout@nefac.net
Website: http://www.nefac.net

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