Social Housing Alliance BC is organizing a march to protest against the national Conference on Ending Homelessness and “government policies and NGO industries that manage homeless, low-income, and Indigenous people without challenging or disrupting the systems and social conditions that cause homelessness and poverty.”
$650 (or $400 for students) is the price of a ticket to the conference, which is happening this week in at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre. It’s a 3-day event hosted by the Canadian Alliance on Ending Homelessness and the City of Vancouver (the same City of Vancouver that evicted hundreds from Oppenheimer Park last month) and will be attended primarily by wealthy elites: The Managers of Homelessness.
Please come out and support!
Monday, November 3, 5:30pm
Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby St., Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territories
Hosted by the UBC Caribbean African Association, this discussion intends to investigate the “current situation in these regions with regards to LGBTQ communities whilst contrasting it with what we experience within the diaspora.” The event will provide a safer space for sharing and inquiry, and will be facilitated by Cicely Blain and Ivan L.
Tuesday, November 5, 5pm
UBC Global Lounge, 2205 Lower Mall, Building 1, Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territories
Safe Amp Society is holding a meeting with candidates for the Vancouver Municipal Election! The event will be centered on “issues surrounding young people, live music and performance, and local arts and culture in Vancouver.” Come to learn more about the elections this month.
Wednesday, November 6, 7pm
Astorino’s, 1739 Venables St., Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territories