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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

FLASH MOB Round Dance December 21, 2012-PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT!!

An organized and mobilized action by-IDLE NO MORE -TORONTO
Calling all - Indigenous people(s) and Canadians, that are in support of both; ensuring the inherent rights of First Nations People(s) and the protection of our environment/waters.

WHEN-Friday- December 21st
Gather at Noon in Dundas Square

Ground plan details will be disclosed early Friday morning with a posting on our FB event page. We encourage people to bring their Native pride and be ready to #idleNOmore. Make sure your cell phones are capable of receiving fb notifications to stay up to date with all the excitement.


We have organized this event -to gather in support/Solidarity and Unity with The First Nation(s) across Canada, and also in Support of ATTAWAPISKAT Chief Theresa Spence, who is currently enduring a HUNGER STRIKE to raise critical awareness, of the dire position of her Peoples. While- the media continues to mythologize the history, which has coerced the Attawapiskat Nation into crisis.

This FLASH MOB-ROUND DANCE- has been created to EDUCATE /RAISE AWARENESS /BUILD SOLIDARITY (WITH ALL PEOPLE(S) ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND) So that they may know, of what is happening to Indigenous People across the Country and HOW BILL C-45 is an act of cultural/environmental genocide-WHICH AFFECTS US ALL

What is FLASH MOB?
A flash mob is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place to perform an unusual act for a brief time, and then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression. Flash mobs are organized via telecommunications, social media, or viral emails.!

What is a ROUND DANCE?
Round dance is not ballroom dancing. It is a friendship dance that has long been held as a courting activity. It is performed during a portion of a powwow and during many social occasions. The round dance has an infectious upbeat tempo and creates a simple and fun activity. Round daces are performed during the intertribal social portion of a powwow. During the long winter nights Native people gather for the Round Dance, this traditional dance inspires both young and old alike. It is a time for friendship! A Dance that, builds UNITY and relationships with ALL NATIONS.

:::::::::::: FOLLOWED BY... A TEACH IN.
Details to follow shortly.


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