UPDATE: Audio from May 19th, 'Organizing and Disruption', now available-
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3rd Thursday of every month
St. Luke's Church (Education Centre)
353 Sherbourne Street
Free Event with: Dinner, Childcare, Wheelchair Access, Tokens
Once a month, join OCAP for a new, free speaking series on a bunch of topics central to organizing around poor people's issues! A new topic will be presented every month and all events are open to the public. Come on out, invite your friends and please share widely!
May 19th - Organizing and Disruption
Speakers: Chanteal-lee Winchester and John Clarke
- What are examples of people winning what they need?
- Why is disruption important?
- How do we fight to win?
11th Annual Strawberry Ceremony for Indigenous Women, Girls, Trans and Two-Spirits
Sunday, February 14
Toronto Police Headquarters (40 College Street)
This year, OCAP hit a rare milestone in anti-capitalist community organizing: we turned 25 years old!
This year, OCAP hit a rare milestone in anti-capitalist community organizing: we turned 25 years old! Over the years we have learned a lot about organizing and some of that has been compiled into an online course so we can share what we know with others.
Below is the interview Justin Podur did with course instructors John Clarke and A.J. Withers about the course which was published in The Bullet.
OCAP Members Occupy Rotunda at City Hall as Council Approves George Street "Revitalization"