Posted by subMedia.tv on Monday, November 7, 2016
Over 1,000 people joined on the streets on November 12, 2016 to stand with Standing Rock, an indigenous community in “North Dakota, USA” that has been fighting to stop an oil pipeline from crossing their territory. The march stopped at several banks that invest in the Dakota Access Pipeline.
This is just one of many solidarity actions worldwide to bring attention to the struggle to protect the water and for indigenous sovereignty.
Montreal #NoDAPL Solidarity Over 1 thousand people Invaded the streets to stand with Standing Rock, An indigenous community in “North Dakota, USA” That has been fighting to stop an oil pipeline from crossing their territory. The march stopped at several banks that invest in the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Three workshops: Climate Justice 101, Climate Justice and Austerity, and Pipelines and Tar Sands
Presented at ECO convergence, Camp Line 9, rhyme writing workshops, Shakti rock gym and other events
On September 28th 2016, Climate Justice sponsored another Rap Battle for Climate Justice at Concordia University. With your help, we raised over $800 for ASAP (Aamjiwnaang and Sarnia Against Pipelines).
Rap Battle for Climate Justice: Shem G. vs Bruce Payne
What happens when a Climate Justice emcee takes on a Big Oil lobbyist rhymer? Find out here. Please share and donate to www.line9shutdown.ca if you like this video!
Starring Shemar Gordon, Bruce Payne (secretly Jon Lachlan Stewart), and Aamjiwnaang activist Vanessa Gray. Directed by Stefan Verna. Beat by Yeezus, Black Skinhead. If you like what you see, come see this LIVE: Rap Battle for Climate Justice: Wed. Sep 28th.
Posted by The Rap Battles for Social Justice on Sunday, September 25, 2016
Organized three screenings of Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance, followed by discussions in UQAM, Plateau, and NDG featuring Dan David from Kanesatake.
Oct 14, 2014
Under The Weather was a 12 month Climate Change Speaker series presented by CKUT and co-sponsored by CJM.
Thanks to all who came to the Saturday January 19th, 2013 community forum to build resistance and alternatives to tar sands pipelines
Following the forum, three strategy meetings have been held with forum participants, partner organizations, and others concerned about the tar sands coming to Quebec.