Wednesday Weekly newsletter Oct. 29

OPIRG Carleton's Wednesday Weekly is your newsletter portal to social justice events and Working Group activities on campus and in the community.

OPIRG'S LUTHER-MACDONALD BURSARY

Deadline: Nov. 3 @ 5pm

Details: http://www.opirgcarleton.org/bursaries/

BOOK LAUNCH: Ottawa Food: A Hungry Capital

Wed., Oct 29, 7 PM @ West End Well Co-op  

ACTIVIST ASSEMBLY

Thurs-Sat., Oct 30 - Nov 1 @ UOttawa
Hosted by the SFUO and GSAÈDhttps://www.facebook.com/events/291280511069475/

PANEL: Anti-Arab Racism and Islamophobia

Sat., Nov 1, 11 AM @ FSS 1005, UOttawa 
https://www.facebook.com/events/1501015810152311/

BOOK LAUNCH: Clearing the Plains: Disease, Politics of Starvation, and the Loss of Aboriginal Life

Sat., Nov 1, 4 PM @ Knox Presbyterian Church
With author James Daschuk. 

ASEXUALITY AWARENESS WEEK

Mon-Wed., Nov 3 - 5, @ GSRC Carleton
https://www.facebook.com/events/396593087160234/

COMEDY with Ryan McMahon

Wed, Nov 5, 6:30 PM @ Kailash Mital Theatre, Carleton
Social to kick-off the Carleton Student Action Forum. Hailing from Couchiching First Nation, Ryan McMahon is an Anishinaabe/Metis comedian, writer and actor based out of Treaty #1 territory (Winnipeg, MB). Armed with a degree in Theatre and a graduate of the prestigious Second City Conservatory (Toronto), Ryan’s storytelling comedy style is fast paced, loose & irreverent.
Ryan will be joined by Ottawa's own and talented Darren Sutherland. Darren is a Cree comedian, student, and host of the ever engaging CHUO show The Circle. 

CARLETON STUDENT ACTION FORUM

Thurs., Nov 6 @ GSA

Join us for the Carleton Student Action Forum! It’s a full day of workshops and events, bringing together Carleton students from across the campus to build skills and share knowledge around community building and social justice. We will explore such topics as campaigns organizing, media training, meeting facilitation, and building inclusive movements. We’ll look at the pertinent issues facing our campuses today, from rising tuition fees to racism and colonization, and we‘ll discuss what meaningful student action can look like.
The Forum is completely free for all students, and lunch is provided!
You can download the registration form at http://gsacarleton.ca/2014/10/carleton-student-action-forum-november-6-2014/
Registration forms can be emailed tomc@gsacarleton.ca, or you can fill out a form at the GSA reception (6th floor UC).

FILM: Miners Shot Down

Thurs., Nov. 6, 7 PM @ Rm 100, St. Pat's, Carleton 
With Irwin Jim from the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa.

OPIRG ROOTS RADIO

Next show: Tues., Nov 11, 12 Noon @ 93.1 CKCU FM / www.ckcufm.com (every 2ndTuesday)

The Leveller - Vol. 7, No. 2 Release

Available in print and online @ leveller.ca
Chaudière Falls Rezoning • Anti-War Protest Ottawa • Editorial – New Wars, Old Problems • Solidarity with Mexican Students • Ottawa Take Back the Night • Live-in Caregiver Changes • Lynn Gehl Charter Challenge • Carleton CFS Defederation • Agriculture Growth Act Bill C-18 • Migrant Detention Death in Canada • Les Sans-Culottes: Le Vent Tourne à Cacouna • Les Sans-Culottes: Témoignage Critique - La nuit, les femmes sans peur • Les Sans-Culottes: Cacouna – un détail libéral dont personne ne parle • Feature – LGBTQ Community Health and Resource Centre • Kurds, Turks, and the Syrian Civil War • Racist Hallowe’en Costume • CUPE Conference Report Back • WHODUNIT • Column: Parenting from Below • Column: Resistance is Fertile • Column: Animal Sex • Comic: Watershed Blues • Horoscopes • Listings

Posted on October 31, 2014 .