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Public Forum - From Hong Kong to Sudan: World in Revolt


Steelworkers Hall | 25 Cecil St Toronto , ON
Ontario CA

Hong Kong and Sudan in revolt

September 18 | 7:00 pm
Steelworkers Hall | 25 Cecil St

Winnie Ng - long time activist in the Chinese community in
Toronto and trade union organizer
Elham A. Bakri - Kandaka in White Campaign for Peace and Democracy and MUNSaM
Ali Awali - International Socialists

Across the world, millions are marching and organizing to demand a better world. From Hong Kong to Sudan, to Puerto Rico to Algeria to the mass mobilizations against climate chaos and racism, we are watching unprecedented numbers of people joining protests. Each action gives us a glimpse of how the world could be different if the masses act against oppressive rulers. What are the lessons of these mobilizations? How can we learn from them in Canada? Join a public forum to discuss the uprisings and what we can do here to bring about real change for the better.

Organized by the International Socialists

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - 07:00
Organized by: 
International Socialists

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