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FIRE THIS TIME
June 2, 2017
2 Solidarity Actions
USA HANDS OFF VENEZUELA!
1) Protest Action
1075 W. Pender Street
Downtown Vancouver, Canada
2) Petition Drive
Vancouver Art Gallery
Robson Street & Howe Street
Downtown Vancouver, Canada
Fire This Time Movement for Social Justice
FIRE THIS TIME RECOMMENDS
May 23, 2017
New Era of War & Occupation
The Urgency of Building
The Antiwar Movement
in Large North Hall
1150 Commercial Drive
January 5, 2016
On the opening day of Venezuela's new national assembly
2 ACTIONS FOR VENEZUELA
In Venezuela the Struggle Continues!
¡En Venezuela la lucha continúa!
December 17, 2015
FREE PUBLIC FORUM
ELECTIONS AFTERMATH: REVOLUTION & COUNTER REVOLUTION IN VENEZUELA
December 4 & 6, 2015
2 Days of Actions in Solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela
<<1>> US Hands Off Venezuela! Picket Action at US Consulate & Info Tabling at the Vancouver Art Gallery
<<2>> Free Public Forum - Revolutionary Venezuela Advances Social Equality: What is at Stake in the Upcoming Elections?
Actions were part of the International Days of Action Called by the Cuba and Venezuela Solidarity Committee www.cuba-venezuela.org
September 29, 2015
Who is to Blame for the Refugee Crisis in Europe?
September 26, 2015
The Struggle for Justice in Ayotzinapa
Continues 1 Year After the Atrocity
Against 43 Innocent Students
December 19 2014
Cold War II: Capitalism Vs. Capitalism!
U.S., EU, RUSSIA & CHINA, Where are We Heading?
Vancouver event organized by:
Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba (VCSC)
Vancouver event endorsers:
Friends of Cuba Against the US Blockade – Vancouver (FCAB-Vancouver), Stories from the Salish Seas,
Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist), Human Rights and International Solidarity Community ETEA (Federation of Post-Secondary Educators Local 21), Richmond-Centre Federal New Democratic Party (NDP), ANSWER – Seattle,Seattle/Cuba Friendship Committee, Proyecto Cultural Sur-Vancouver, US Women and Cuba Collaboration, Battle of Ideas Press, Fire This Time Movement for Social Justice-FTT, Mobilization Against War & Occupation (MAWO), Communist League, Legacy of Equality, Leadership & Organizing - LELO
Nanaimo event organized by Friends of the Cuban 5 in Nanaimo, BC
Cuba Solidarity in Canada
Five Decades of People-to-People Foreign Relations
Long Live the Memory of Leslie Feinberg Transgender Leader in the Working-class Movement and Revolutionary Communist Fighter
Leslie Feinberg, who identified as an anti-racist white, working-class, secular Jewish, transgender, lesbian, female, revolutionary communist, died on Nov. 15. She succumbed to complications from multiple tick-borne co-infections, including Lyme disease, babeisiosis and protomyxzoa rheumatica, after decades of illness.
She died at home in Syracuse, N.Y., with her partner and spouse of 22 years, Minnie Bruce Pratt, at her side. Her last words were:“Hasten the revolution! Remember me as a revolutionary communist.”
The 18th World Festival of Youth and Students opened December 7th – 13th, in the Ecuadorian capital, Quito, under the theme ' Youth unite against imperialism, for a world of peace, solidarity and social transformation', with the participation of delegations representing more than 83 countries from around the world.
This 18th edition is dedicated to Eloy Alfaro, leader of the Liberal Revolution of Ecuador (1895-1924); Comandante Hugo Chávez; and Kwame Nkrumah, the Ghanaian independence leader.
On August 31,2012, at Metrotown Skytrain Station near Vancouver, Canada, Transit police officers and the RCMP assaulted, handcuffed and removed three activists that were peacefully distributing the Fire This Time newspaper (FTT). Because FTT is a non-commercial, free social justice newspaper, the officers had no legal ground to stop the distribution. It is clear that the aim of the assault was to intimidate and harass social justice activists which is political targeting as FTT publishes many articles against war and in support of social justice struggles in Canada, from Indigenous rights to labour organizing. This was an attack on our fundamental civil and democratic rights which include freedom of expression and the right to organize and demonstrate without violence and intimidation. It is also a case of police brutality, which is a disturbing trend growing in Canada...