Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]: Anti-Colonial, Anti-Capitalist Call Out for 9/11, 2012

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SEPTEMBER 11th, 2012

39 Years after the Coup d’état in Chile, We continue Laying the Seeds of the Permanent Uprising


Toronto Chilean Consulate|2 Bloor Street West

Freedom for Our Mapuche Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike since August 27thin Angol Prison!

Freedom for Our Anti-Authoritarian & Anarchist Political Prisoners in $hile!

Freedom for KELLY PFLUG BACK & All Toronto G20 Political Prisoners in KKKanada!


Speakers & Performers:

*Sakura Saunders (Mining Injustice – Pascua Lama)

*TEST THEIR LOGIK (Anarchist Hip-Hop Duo)

Day of Action Dedicated to the Memory of Claudia Lopez & All Our Martyrs Gone with the Wind…

8 PM: SUBVERSIVE FILM NIGHT (All Films with English Subtitles)

Mapuche Doc Shorts + Feature Films

With Claudia in Our Hearts

Beloved student, dance artist, and Anarchist Claudia Lopez, was murdered by Chilean National Police during the riots of September 11th, 1998 in commemoration of the bloody fascist coup d’etat of 1973. The film depicts her memory among the Santiago community of La Pincoya and the mobilizations that she inspired in her people.

Calle Santa Fe

On October 5th 1974, on Santa Fe Street in Santiago Chile, Carmen Castillo is wounded while her partner Miguel Enriquez, head of the M.I.R (Leftist Revolutionary Movement) and armed resistance against the Pinochet dictatorship, is killed combat. The film depicts the story of the armed resistance movement against the dictatorship through the eyes of the film’s director, Carmen Castillo, and other testimonies of MIR militants illustrating prison, torture, exile, and the fall of the movement.

*Critical discussion through an Anti-Authoritarian analysis to follow after the film*

HARVEST NOON CAFE (GSU) – 16 Bancroft Ave (North of College, East of Spadina)

Organized by the Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]



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