The Kitchener-Waterloo Solidarity Association for International Liberation Struggles (SAIL) presents…
MOTHER’S DAYRALLY ‘N’ RIDE 46 NATIONS!
Come to hear speaker Jacqueline House, spokesperson for Six Nations land rights regarding Douglas Creek Lands (near Caledonia), and then hop on a bus for a short day trip to Caledonia to peacefully show our support for the Six Nations in their struggle!
Where? Speaker’s Corner (corner of Benton and King Street, downtown Kitchener)
When? Sunday, May 14th, at 12pm (the bus will leave at 12:30pm). (We are flexible to pick people up on the way in Guelph, Hamilton, and other cities on the way – please let us know).
Solidarity price? 20$ (or pay what you can). Please RSVP ASAP to reserve a place! Any extra money made after covering the cost of the bus/event will be donated to the Six Nations protesters.
If you would like to donate money or items to the Six Nations protesters, feel free to bring them to Speaker’s Corner at 12pm. The following items are greatly needed:
- baby food
- pop, water
- anything BBQ-able
- canned foods (kidney beans, tomatoes, vegetables)
- batteries (2A, 3A, D)
- night vision goggles
- cutlery and large styrofoam cups
Please forward this information to anyone and everyone!
For more information and/or to RSVP please email email@example.com or call (519) 729-6469