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Come to a farinata workshop and learn how to make an Italian gluten-free bread! January 27th, 3:30-5:30pm in the People's Potato kitchen. Please RSVP at email@example.com if you'd like to come!
Come and learn the ropes here at the People's Potato! Curious about the organization and wondering how get a hands-on experience?
We will be holding our first volunteer orientation of the semester on Wednesday, January 20th at 4pm. It will be held in our kitchen on the 7th floor of the hall building (1455 de Maisonneuve W.)
This event is open to everyone.
See you there :)
Today was our last day of service for the semester. Thanks so much to our amazing volunteers who have help us serve lunch to over 400 people every school day this year!
We'll be back with our regular lunch service on the first day of classes - January 6th, 2016. Happy new year!
FALL FEAST: An anti-colonial evening of food, film and resistance with Toghestiy (Wet'suwet'en Likhts'amisyu Clan) & Demian DinéYazhi' (Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment Collective)
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Native Friendship Center of Montreal
2001 boulevard St-Laurent (métro St-Laurent)
doors at 6pm; evening events to continue until 9pm
Free – Welcome to all! — Wheelchair accessible
Childcare on-site — Whisper translation (EN-FR)
Please get in touch about any accessibility needs.
This event takes place on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka. The Kanien’kehá:ka are the keepers of the Eastern Door of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The island called “Montreal” is known as Tiotia:ke in the language of the Kanien’kehá:ka, and it has historically been a meeting place for other Indigenous nations, including the Algonquin peoples.
Confirmed presentations & speakers:
Toghestiy is a traditionalist and grassroots land defender. He is a Hereditary Chief of the Wet'suwet'en Likhts'amisyu Clan and has lived on the frontlines for 5-1/2 years. He is starting a new Wet'suwet'en Frontline Camp called the Likhts'amisyu Stronghold on his people's traditional territory stopping all Pipelines from starting construction. He is starting to assemble an Indigenous solidarity network called the Indigenous People's Frontline Alliance. This Alliance represents traditional/heredirary people battling development on their homelands using truly grassroots methods.
Demian is an artist residing & working in Portland, Oregon. Born & raised in the “Indian Capital of the World”, Gallup, NM, Diné Yazhi’ is a transdisciplinary warrior whose work is an archivalization & exploration of memory formation, landscape representation, HIV/AIDS-related art & activism, gender / sexuality, & indigenous survivance. Demian has exhibited work nationally & internationally, in addition to having his artwork & writing published over the last few years. In 2010 he founded the Indigenous artist/activist/warrior collective, R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment. For more info, visit: http://burymyart.tumblr.com/
Continuing an annual tradition, several Montreal-area social justice organizations committed to anti-colonial organizing and action, are presenting this evening of food, film and resistance. We have decided to cease using the term “Thanksgiving”. We are making this change as a way of distancing ourselves from colonial settler myths, and rather position our gathering in a tradition of anti-colonial education and resistance.
This event is organized and supported by: Frigo Vert, QPIRG Concordia, People's Potato, Midnight Kitchen, submedia.tv, Concordia Student Union (CSU), Kanata McGill, Center for Gender Advocacy Concordia, CURE Concordia, QPIRG McGill and others (to endorse this event, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org).
*Please note that this particular workshop is only open to People's Potato volunteers.*
We invite you to take part in a FREE and interactive workshop about anti-oppression on Tuesday, November 10th, at 3:30pm.
This workshop will look at the basics of power, privilege, and oppression in its various forms, including but not limited to racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and ableism. We will be discussing the ways in which oppression might manifest in the People’s Potato kitchen, as well as strategies for addressing oppressive actions and words.
The workshop will be facilitated by Noah, from QPIRG-Concordia.
Where: In the PP kitchen!
When: Tuesday, Nov 10th, 3:30-5:30pm
Food will be served!
Come learn how to make vegan pumpkin pie on Thursday, October 22nd at 3:30pm. It will be in our kitchen, on the 7th floor of Concordia's Hall building. The workshop is free and open to everyone!
Spaces are limited, so reservations are required.