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RadTO People's Assembly: Public Panel and Strategy Session

March 25, 2018

Our half-day weekend assembly will start-off with a public event spotlighting kick-ass local organizers and their experiences, stories, and guiding visions on uniting to fight for the city we need! Featuring speakers from: Education Not Incarceration, JFAAP, OCAP, Toronto Overdose Prevention Society. Moderated by Desmond Cole.

Following this, we'll dig into a strategy session, discussing a draft manifesto and forming committees to begin our work together!

Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Venue: Library Building (LIB72), Ryerson University
Location: 350 Victoria Street Toronto, ON
Categories: Urban Issues, Transit, Housing, Public Space

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