What Is to Be Done? Navigating the Political Moment

Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Friends House, 60 Lowther Avenue (north of St. George subway station), Toronto

BRENT PATTERSON, well-known Canadian activist and writer for RABBLE will be speaking on
"WHAT IS TO BE DONE? THOUGHTS ON HOW ACTIVISTS CAN NAVIGATE THE CURRENT POLITICAL MOMENT"

Brent Patterson is a political activist and writer - you can read his excellent articles at - rabble.ca/category/bios/brent-patterson

Brent has worked in solidarity with revolutionary Nicaragua, advocated for the rights of prisoners in jails and federal prisons, taken part in civil disobedience actions in Toronto's financial district and at the Ontario Legislature, and participated in street protests at the Battle of Seattle and at UN climate summits. He supported cross-country activism at The Council of Canadians for almost 20 years. Brent has a BA in Political Science from the University of Saskatchewan and an MA in International Relations from York University. He lives in Ottawa on the traditional, unceded and unsurrendered territories of the Algonquin nation.

Brent's been travelling around Ontario for speaking events in Burlington (Nov. 20), London (Nov. 21), Hamilton (Nov. 27), Guelph (Nov. 28) and Peterborough (Dec. 5). And the Toronto chapter is so excited to be hosting him for the final stop of his tour!

Join us for an uplifting and challenging evening with a brilliant, passionate soul!

Free event. PYWC donations welcome. 

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