Dear ACLA Members and Allies, 2017 became synonymous with ongoing international strife, political crisis, environmental degradation and economic turmoil. From Charlottesville, to the increasing gap in income inequality to the proliferation and ongoing threat of nuclear war, it would be easy to end this year on a negative note. However, amidst these crises there lies many…
TUES NOV. 21, 2017 from 8:00-9:30pm Sheraton Centre Hotel Toronto, Hall E Refreshments will be served
Workers of Colour Assembly/Educational March 25 & 26, 2011 OFL Building, 15 Gervais Drive, Auditorium, Toronto This will be the first ever OFL Workers of Colour Assembly/Educational organized by the OFL Workers of Colour Committee co-sponsored by the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Latin American Trade Unionists Coalition and Asian Canadian Labour Alliance. For…
Over 50 community members gathered together on July 13, 2010 to hear from 4 racialized candidates running for City Council in the 2010 Toronto Municipal Elections. The event was co-hosted by ACLA, CBTU and LATUC featured Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27), Cadigia Ali (Ward 2), Neethan Shan (Ward 42) and Karen Sun (Ward 19).
Release G20 ‘political
prisoners’: rights groups
Last Updated: Monday, July 5, 2010 | 3:13 PM ET Comments71Recommend41
The Canadian Press
Civil rights groups say mass detentions during the G20 summit were an abuse of power. (CBC)
The mass detention of people and widespread use of police force over the G20 summit weekend was a gross abuse of state power that demands an independent inquiry and the immediate release of “political prisoners,” a civil-rights coalition said Monday.