On January 20th, Ottawa antifascist group No Pasaran will be holding a documentary screening of Antifa in solidarity with the J20 defendants in the US. Come join us for free food and casual discussion.
Defend J20 Fundraiser
Saturday, Jan. 20 at 6:00pm The Garden G-Spot (329 Bell St. South) Watch the trailer for “ANTIFA” here: https://vimeo.com/243014186
Over 200 people were arrested protesting Trump’s inauguration in DC on Jan 20, 2017. They are all being charged with up to 75 years in prison. This unprecedented authoritarianism is part of the rising international trend of criminalizing dissent. We can’t be complacent any more. Come and show your solidarity. There will be a suggested donation of $5 and all funds will go towards the defendants’ legal costs.
Learn more about DefendJ20 or donate directly here: www.defendj20resistance.org
**This event is taking part on stolen Algonquin land that is being militarily occupied by the settler colonial Canadian state as part of its ongoing project of nation building and genocide of the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island whom hold the only legitimate sovereignty on this land.**
This event is part of an international day of action for the DefendJ20 cause. We will be screening the new documentary “ANTIFA”, which is all about antifascism and the past year of actions in the US. After the documentary we will be having an open salon discussion of the documentary and on antifascism in Canada and Ottawa.
This space is a ‘safer space’ and committed to anti-oppression. Racism, homophobia, transphobia, classism, misogyny, settlerism, and ableism will not be tolerated. If someone is speaking about a marginalization/oppression they experience that you do not, please listen respectfully and do not speak over them.