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CIPO-RFM tour of Ontario and Québec

The "Ricardo Flores Magon" Popular Indigenous Council of Oaxaca(CIPO-RFM)currently has members touring Ontario (dates below) and will continue their speaking tour in Québec in November.

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The "Ricardo Flores Magon" Popular Indigenous Council of Oaxaca (CIPO-RFM) is an organization that connects twenty indigenous communities in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. Their mission is to support the reconstitution and free association of indigenous peoples through autonomy and direct action. Specific goals include the promotion and defense of social, cultural and political human rights including collective and individual land rights. Other goals include: supporting communities to self-organise in an autonomous and libertarian manner, initiating sustainable, self-sufficiency projects that form part of holistic community development among indigenous communities, always respecting local culture and ecosystems, actively defending and conserving land, nature and resources.

They chose to use the name of Ricardo Flores Magon because he was indigenous, fought for freedom, and all though he was from Oaxaca, his heart, thoughts and work was for the liberations of all people of the world. Adopting Magon´s principles represents that they fight without searching for material riches or personal benefit but rather to banish arrogance, authoritarianism, and lies. It also represents they aren´t seeking power over others, nor imposing ourselves on anyone. “Using mutual support as our base, solidarity, direct action, and autonomy as our path to liberation.”

for more information and to help with the tour please contact :

cipo-rfm-canadatour@lists.riseup.net (Ontario)
bernie@nefac.net (Québec)

*Saturday October 21 HAMILTON 7pm at the SkyDragon Community Development
Co-operative 27 King William St (905) 777-8102

*Sunday 22 in GUELPH 1pm Behind the Matrix building, atthe corner of
Wyndam St. N and Eramosa, and Woolwich St. (a commmunity gathering
against police repression)

*Monday Oct 23 WATERLOO- 2:45-4:00 Room Ba201 at the Bricker Academic
Building (at the corner of Bricker and King st.)

*Tueday Oct 24 TORONTO- 3pm at First Nations House @ University of Toronto
563 Spadina Ave.

*Wednesday Oct 25 GUELPH at the University of Guelph, UC 103 at 7:30 *free
food* donations for the Popular Indigenous Council of Oaxaca encouraged

*Thursday Oct 26 in LONDON 5pm London Public Library Landon branch 167
Wortley Road

*Friday Oct 27 in PORT COLBURNE port Colburn Labour council hall.

*Saturday October 28 SIX NATIONS Lacrosse Arena (gathering for reading of
excerpts of the Great Law Event) 7:00pm
--for directions see

*Sunday Oct 29- special presentation at Kanonhstaton (Six Nations
Reclamation site just outside of caledonia)

* Monday Oct 30 - PETERBOUROUGH TBA

* Tuesday OCt 31 - back in MONTREAL

November : TOUR OF QUÉBEC