- Organizer: Salt Spring Library
- Date: Friday, November 3
- Start Time: 3PM
- Event Length: 4PM
- Location: Salt Spring Library
- Expires: 23 days, 5 hours
Friday, November 3, 3-4PM
(Art Opening) 150 Years and Counting: Fighting for Justice on the Coast. For 150 years and more, Indigenous Peoples, Asian Canadians and their allies have been fighting for justice on the Pacific Coast in the face of colonial dispossession and racist exclusions. This historical exhibition displays materials related to this ongoing struggle and was developed by Faculty Researchers, Tusa Shea and Imogene Lim as part of the ACVI Project headed by Professor John Price of the University of Victoria.
Events highlighting this exhibition will be held during the month of November as follows:
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8
2:00-3:00pm Talk to accompany the exhibit “150 YEARS AND COUNTING: FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE ON THE COAST” by Professor John Price of the University of Victoria, History Department.
Co-sponsored by, and at the monthly meeting of, the Salt Spring Island Historical Society.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15
7:00-9:00pm JAPANESE CANADIAN INTERNMENT FROM SALT SPRING ISLAND, a presentation by
Brian Smallshaw. Sponsored by the Japanese Garden Society.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25
3:00-5:00pm CHARCOAL PIT KILNS OF THE SOUTHERN GULF ISLANDS: A LEGACY OF EARLY JAPANESE SETTLERS. Sponsored by the Japanese Garden Society.
NOVEMBER 1 – 30
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Monday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm (when not in use)
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