Out from Under:
Shifting Forces in Latin America

While political winds have been blowing rightward in North America,
the opposite has been happening in Latin America

Hear directly from resource people from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil and Venezuela about the changes in their countries and the region.

        • Join a roundtable on the nature and significance of changes in Latin America
        • Discuss oil and gas in the Americas, implications for sovereignty, and how a public resource can best serve the public good
        • Hear stories from three Bolivian indigenous women reflecting on what this new moment in Bolivia's history means for them
        • Enjoy music by Heather Chetwynd and Marcelo Puente 

Sunday October 15th , 2006 

10:30-5:30
  USW Hall, 25 Cecil Street, Toronto

No charge. Donations appreciated (free no-FTAA poster).
There will be catered-in Latino/Caribbean food that can be purchased for $15 on site.

Sponsored by:

Common Frontiers-Canada, The Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLAC), The Transformative Learning Centre-OISE-UofT, The Gindin Chair-Ryerson U., and The Toronto and York Region Labour Council

More information: Rick Arnold:905-352-2430; comfront@web.ca

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