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Sept & Oct Important Events

Lkwungen Territories :: Victoria

We acknowledge these events will be taking place on stolen land, on the traditional territory of the L'kwungen peoples, the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.


Sept 27, 2018
7 PM – 8:30 PM
400 Herald St, Victoria
Sunset Labs

Courageous Conversations with RAVEN, John Borrows & Adam Olsen

Hosted by RAVEN Trust

We’re kicking off this new RAVEN program with an evening of stories, poetry and dialogue with some of the country’s leading Indigenous scholars, poets and visionaries!



Watch at home via computer, phone or tablet! By donation: sliding scale from $0 to $20. Tickets & details are here:

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Sept 28, 2018

Orange Shirt Day

On September 28 all are encouraged to wear orange shirts to show respect for residential school survivors and their families.

Be a partner in the work of reconciliation by attending events, listening, learning and taking part in discussions that promote mutual understanding and respect.


Online book raffle in support
of Matriarch Camp!

Proceeds to Matriarch Camp Food and Supplies and the ongoing grassroots resistance to toxic fish farm invasions of traditional Indigenous waters.

$5 per chance to win (enter as many times as you like!)
Stay tuned for the announcement of the winner next month!

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Some enviro and social justice events you might be interested in this Month

SEA September Members Meeting

SEPTEMBER 16th at 5:30pm
560 Johnson Street
Green Cuisine, Lower Level, Market Square


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Where We Stand

1. People and the planet before profit.
The Social Environmental Alliance is committed to a world where the wellbeing of people and the planet takes priority over the accumulation of private wealth.
2. Respect for ecological systems.
We believe all human activity and social systems must operate within the limits imposed by ecological systems and with respect for non-human life.
3. Transformative social change.
Recognizing the dangers of catastrophic climate change, the injustice of colonization and imperialism, and the inhumanity of growing poverty in the midst of plenty, we pledge ourselves to the lifelong project of transformative social change.
4. Ecological and democratic socialist principles.
We aim to accomplish our objectives through the application of ecological and democratic socialist principles to public affairs and the governance of our communities.
5. Grassroots organization and action.
Committed to action and outreach, we are nurturing a community of organizers to mobilize the consciousness and confidence of ordinary people and forge alliances in coalition with social movements, cultural organizations and grassroots community groups.
6. Traditions inform practice.
We are guided by the best traditions of indigenous, feminist, co-operative, socialist, labour and environmental movements.
7. Democracy.
We embrace a participatory, pluralistic and emancipatory model of democracy.
8. Equality.
We believe in a classless society and in the inherent dignity and equality of all people on the basis of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, age and ability.
9. Self-determination.
We recognize the right of indigenous and colonized peoples to self-determination.
10. Internationalism.
We embrace an internationalist perspective in foreign policy based on equality among peoples and the shared stewardship and fair distribution of the finite resources of the planet.