4 events on Wednesday, April 5, 2017

: Emergency Protest in Calgary: No to Chemical Attack in Syria

Calgary City Hall
We urge EVERYONE who cares about human rights to join us on an EMERGENCY protest organised in direct response to the recent (and ongoing) use of chemical warfare in Syria. Please join us Wednesday April 5 at Calgary City Hall (5pm sharp) to say No to chemical attacks in Syria. Join us to ask the Canadian Government to protect civilians in Syria from these attacks. Join us to support Syrians as they struggle to survive against those who are determined to exterminate them.
Posted by Saima Jamal.

: Anti-Racism in YYC

Women's Centre of Calgary
Racism and racial violence are becoming more publicized in recent months. If you'd like to learn more about anti-racism in Calgary, what others are working on and how you can get involved, sign up for the next Women's Centre monthly Social Issues Discussion Series.
Posted by Women's Centre of Calgary.

: Re-Imagining the Commons

Illingworth Kerr Gallery
Artists Alana Bartol, Kevin Jesuino, and anne drew potter invite you to Re-Imagining the Commons on April 5th 6-8pm at Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art+Design. Join us for an evening of discussion of urban agriculture and community gardens as a site for critically examining and strengthening our commons in Calgary. Contribute your ideas to the gallery installation and enjoy some slow cooker vegetarian chili. This event is free and open to the public.
Posted by Illingworth Kerr Gallery.

: Film Screening: Arctic Defenders

Glenbow Museum
Inspired by North of Ordinary: The Arctic Photographs of Geraldine and Douglas Moodie, Glenbow is featuring a range of films about Canada's North. Arctic Defenders tells a remarkable story that began in 1968 with a radical Inuit movement in Canada. It led to the largest land claim in western civilization, orchestrated by young visionary Inuit with a dream - the governance of their territory - the creation of Nunavut.

Tickets: $10/Members $8. Available at the door or call 403.268.4110

Posted by Glenbow Museum.