Pushback Against Petro PARTY!


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Join Pull Together organizers for a fun night of dancing, music, drinks and solidarity !
Saturday November 16th 2019 • 8:00 pm
The Pace, 520 Alexander Street, Vancouver, BC

Tickets: https://fundraise.raventrust.com/event/pushback-on-petro-pull-together-at-the-pace/e255056

Join the dialectic dance of celebrating life and fighting climate change at the same time. In collaboration with Pull TogetherThe Pace and Vines Art Festival, local artists of Vancouver are organizing a fundraiser to prevent the construction of TMX. There will be a silent auction, soundscape installation, interactive spaces, and jiving living music! Get ready to dance, network, and regenerate!

“It’s not if but when there is a spill”

Contamination to trepidation,
we will not stand for this violation.
Four Indigenous nations
Have united to launch legal challenges
to stop the Transmountain Pipeline and the federal government, Dead in their tracks.
For the pipeline encroaches and would leave death in its tracks,
If its construction comes to fruition, and bleeds crude oil into the soil.

So, we invite you to stand behind the voices
That will echo in the chambers of a court case.
Their momentum is rolling
Like a groove from a bass
Carrying the song
that is worth striding along.

Come listen to spoken word, jazz, and Brazilian samba
Make this a night that we all rememba
With the money you donate
You will help to abate
The immense fee of legal action.
In solidarity we carry together
The responsibility to make the world better.

Tickets are $15 or any quantity you would like to donate to the cause. All funds will go to Pull Together and bringing this event to you.

Kayah George from Tsleil-Waututh First Nation and Tulalip Tribe will be opening the space

There will be a bar serving alcoholic drinks. Cash/Debit/Credit.

Peace and blessings y’all.

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We acknowledge that this event will take place on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tseil-Waututh people. Territory they have stewarded for thousands of years, and must continue to be protected.

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Accessibility: 1st floor is not accessible through the front door because of stairs but there is a ramp with an 8% grade accessible through the garage door.

Two all gender washrooms on the first floor. The largest door width is 750mm. Neither washroom is currently accessible to people with mobility aids but work is being done to make one more accessible.

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