Wednesday Weekly Newsletter - July 15, 2015

OPIRG Carleton's Wednesday Weekly is your newsletter portal to social justice events and Working Group activities on campus and in the community.
 
OPIRG-Carleton General Meeting
Wed, July 15, 6 PM @ 326 Unicentre, Carleton
OPIRG-Carleton is facing a July 31st eviction from room 326 of the University Centre. OPIRG was served the eviction notice from the CUSA executive without sufficient notice or appropriate consultation. OPIRG has been a part of the Carleton campus since 1979 and has operated out of room 326 UC since 1988. CUSA has offered to move OPIRG to room 127B of the Unicentre, which is 73 per cent smaller than OPIRG’s current space. OPIRG has asked the CUSA executive to rescind the eviction notice and engage in dialogue with our shared membership and affected groups regarding space reallocation in the UniCentre.
On Wednesday, July 15 at 6pm, OPIRG is hosting a general meeting in room 326 UC so that our undergraduate and graduate student members, campus community, alumni, and community stakeholders can come together to discuss the current situation and potential courses of action. Please join us.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1637354213169123/

State Invaders - CCPA Monitor Release Party
Wed, July 15, 5:30 PM @ House of Targ
The July-August issue of the Monitor focuses on Canada's love affair with investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS).
 
Octopus Book Club
Wed, July 15, 6 PM @ Octopus Books Centretown
http://octopusbooks.ca/event/octopus-book-club-discussion-all-about-love-new-visions-by-bell-hooks 
 
Harm Reduction Meet & Greet
Thurs, July 16, 1:30 PM @ Dundonald Park, Centretown
https://www.facebook.com/events/897522120283485/

2015 Ottawa Int'l Drug Users Memorial
Tues, July 21, 10 AM @ Cathcart Park
https://www.facebook.com/events/800944073359486/ 
 
OPIRG Roots Radio
Next show: Tues, July 21, 12 Noon @ 93.1 CKCU FM / www.ckcufm.com (every 2nd Tuesday). Now recruiting new hosts!! Contact: opirgonckcu@gmail.com.
 
FILM: Selma
Fri, July 24, 9 PM @ Dundonald Park
Under the Stars. FREE.
 
CKCU Picnic
Sat, July 25, NOON @ Britannia Park
As a show of appreciation, please join us for a relaxing picnic in the park! Bring your family or a friend and don't forget your blanket and/or lawn chair. Sandwiches, salads, deserts and drinks will be provided. Feel free to bring something if you feel inclined. Please R.S.V.P. to volunteer@ckcufm.com by July 21st to confirm guests and dietary preference (vegan, veggie, omnivore). We look forward to seeing you!!!!
 
QueerED: Picnic in the Park
Thurs, July 30, 3:30 PM @ Dundonald Park
Come on out to this sizzling summer edition of QueerED! We will be having a picnic in Dundonald Park, complete with board games and sports. We will be supplying food, but you are welcome to bring snacks to share. This event is open to all LGBTQ+ students at Carleton, U of O, Algonquin, or La Cité. Come on out to QueerED to socialize with other queer post-secondary students in an inclusive space!
 
Feminist (Indoor) Yard Sale
Thurs, July 30, 5 PM @ Atrium, Carleton
Need your fill of feminist stuff this summer? The Womyn's Centre is hosting a summer indoor yard sale! We will have folks selling clothes, books, crafts and handmade things! We still have a spot or two left so if you would like a table for *free* please email us at womyns_centre@cusaonline.ca
*This is a free event and open to everyone*
July 30ths 5-8pm in the atrium between Roosters and Starbucks!
We will be selling our old feminist and women related literature - anything sold at our table supports us so we can buy NEW books for our library! So please consider stopping by :)
 
Bi'Giwen Indigenous Adoptee Gathering Karaoke Fundraiser
Fri, July 31, 7 PM @ Shanghai Restaurant
Seeking raffle donations for our raffle table. (If you have an item to donate please contact info@indigenousadoptee.com 
Seeking donations of raffle items: 
 - Art, craft, painting, drawings
 - gift certificates
 - gift baskets
 - t-shirts/clothing swag
All proceeds to support  the Bi'Giwen Indigenous Adoptee Gathering
The 2nd National Bi-Giwen Indigenous Adoptee Gathering is coming up August 25, 26,27th. It is an important unique event for Indigenous adoptees and their families and unlike any other specifically for those who identify with the 60's scoop.
The gathering is for adoptees/foster care survivors who have been impacted by the 60's scoop and their children.
To make this event successful we fundraiser all year long by hosting events, presentations and seek donations from the community, unions and churches.
 
Gardening at the Collective Kitchen
Everyday until Sept. 1, 5:30 PM @ 329 Bell St. S.
Carleton Food Collective.
https://www.facebook.com/events/388578044669188/

Posted on July 15, 2015 and filed under Newsletter.