The 5th Anual Anti-Colonial Thanksgiving Dinner

  • Date

    Friday, October 23, 2009

  • What

    The 5th year of an event that celebrates decolonization struggles and challenges the Pochahontas-like history we are taught about Canada and Indigenous Peoples.

    It is a free dinner and people are encouraged to contribute to the potluck if possible and to bring donations for land defenders if you are able.

    This is a wheelchair accessible space and family-friendly event. If you have any accessibility concerns feel free to contact [email protected]

  • Where

    The Guelph Youth Music Centre (5 minutes from downtown)

    Organized by the Indigenous Peoples' Solidarity Movement-Guelph, OPIRG-Guelph, the Critical Knowledge Collective, and the CSA Human Rights Office

  • When


  • Why

    Celebrating Decolonization

  • Cost

    Free ( though donations are welcome)

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