Wednesday Weekly - October 14, 2015

OPIRG Carleton's Wednesday Weekly is your newsletter portal to social justice events and Working Group activities on campus and in the community.
Eric Stanley Colloquium
Wed, Oct 14, 2:30 PM @ 2017 Dunton Tower, Carleton
Necrocapital: AIDS, Affective Accumulation, and Viral Labor.
Walking With Our Sisters
Wed, Oct 14, 5:30 PM @ Carleton University Art Gallery
Canadian Roots Exchange Field Trip
DIY Sushi Dinner
Wed, Oct 14, 6 PM @ Carleton Food Collective, 329 Bell St. S
Join the Consent Culture Committee for its second FREE DIY Sushi Dinner party!
CKCU Funding Drive Mtg
Wed, Oct 14, 7 PM @ Senate Rm, Robertson Hall, Carleton
Annual CKCU Funding Drive Meeting. All things funding drive, database, phone room, on air presentation, events, 40th Anniversary Update and more. Plus Pizza !!!! A must for all CKCU volunteers to attend.
Womyn's Centre Bake Sale
Thurs, Oct 15, 10 AM - 2 PM @ Carleton Atrium
TRC Info Session
Thurs, Oct 15, 3 PM @ GSA Boardroom, Carleton
Aboriginal Service Centre and GSA’S Truth and Reconciliation Committee.
Planning Meeting
Thurs, Oct 15, 4 PM @ Womyn's Centre, Carleton
This meeting is for anyone interested in planning the events and programming for December 6th (The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women).
Dance for Palestine & JNF Protest
Thurs, Oct 15, 5:15 PM @ Chateau Laurier (in front)
Join us for traditional Palestinian dabke dancing led by local community members, and free traditional Palestinian food, as we celebrate Palestinian identity while protesting an anti-Palestinian "charitable" organization, outside their annual fundraising gala.
Book Launch: Religious Freedom at Risk
Thurs, Oct 15, 7 PM @ Octopus Books Centretown
Religious Freedom at Risk: The EU, French Schools, and why the Veil was Bannned.
Decolonize Art - Response to the Vandalized Murals
Sat, Oct 17, 10:30 AM-5:30 PM @ Odawa Native Friendship Centre
In response to the vandalized murals within Ottawa, Ningoshkoz invites you to come and attend to promote combating racism and oppression with art and education. We've invited various artists to come speak about their work. We'll be having a discussions on decolonizing art and gaining hands on experience with graffiti. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. 
HARPERMAN Farewell Sing-Along
Sun, Oct 18, 2 PM @ Parliament Hill
Get Out the Vote
Mon, Oct 19 @ Local Polling Station
with Ecology Ottawa.
Oct 20-22 @ 2017 Carleton University
Hosted by the Womyn's Centre. Check here for events: 
Mental Health on Air Documentary Launch
Sun, Oct 25, 6:30 PM @ Kailash Mital Theatre, Carleton
Depression and mental illness affect youth regardless of where they live. Youth mental health is an issue often left undiscussed -- in Canada and in developing countries like Malawi and Tanzania, where malaria and malnutrition are often treated as more pressing public health concerns.
Two radio shows, along with school-based listening clubs, are helping to foster the next generation of leaders of Malawi and Tanzania by starting a discussion on the difficult topic of depression and mental health. Join Farm Radio International and TeenMentalHealth.Org at the launch of this insightful documentary.
OPIRG Roots Radio
Next show: Tues, Oct 27, 12 Noon @ 93.1 CKCU FM / (every 2nd Tuesday). Now recruiting new hosts!! Contact:
Volunteer w/ Free the Falls Group
We are looking for more volunteers for the Free the Falls group supporting the late Chief William Commanda's vision for a public and indigenous peace centre and park on Chaudiere and Albert Island, to "free" the Chaudiere falls and to fight to stop the corporate Windmill/Dream multi-million dollar condo development. 

Posted on October 14, 2015 and filed under Newsletter.