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The people vs the City of Vancouver : DTES community trial date : Sunday April 19th 1 p.m.

Flyer for demonstration held Sunday, April 19th, 2009 at Pigeon Park, organized "with support" of: The Olympic Resistance Network, the Anti-Poverty Committee, SFPIRG, The Workless Party, and 2010 Watch. "Accused: The City of Vancouver; Charge: Social Cleansing; Dates of Offence: July 2003-Present. Synopsis: Since the Olympic Bid of 2003 the City of Vancouver has waged a violent war on the community of the DTES. . . ."

2010? It's about making a killing

"The 2010 Olympic Games in not about sports, it's about making a killing. Several official Olympic sponsors are the worst criminals colonization and capitalism has produced. All have directly supported and financed the theft of indigenous territory, social cleansing and ecological destruction. . . ." Brochure discusses Olympic sponsors McDonald's, Coca-Cola, Dow Chemicals, General Electric, Birks, and EPCOR.

Convergence February 2010 : Why fight the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and an overview of the 2010 anti-capitalist, anti-colonial convergence, on Coast Salish Territory

"In February 2010, the Winter Olympics are set to take place in Vancouver, and Whistler, on traditional Coast Salish Territory. Though the Games themselves will merely be a two week party for the rich, and corporate spectacle for the majority, phenomenal damage has already been done. The effects on our communities, and the land have been devasting, and deserve a serious response. . . ."

StopWar statement on the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games

"The Olympic Charter states that the Olympic movement aims, 'to place sport at the service of the harmonious development of man, with a view to promoting a peaceful society concerned with the preservation of human dignity.' The StopWar.ca coalition in Vancouver, Canada considers that this noble ideal is contradicted by the reality of the Games which reveals a consistent, predictable and historical pattern of militarization and anti-democratic acts everywhere that they are hosted. . . ."

Stand in solidarity with Six Nations!

Handbill for rally held Tuesday, April 25th, 2006, at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

"This action being organized in solidarity with the Six Nations is intended to serve as a deterrence to prevent any further police escalation against the Six Nations. We stand in support of the demands of the clan mothers for an immediate cessation of all construction by Henco Industries on Six Nations territory and for resolution to the current standoff to be conducted on a nation-to-nation basis. . . . "

Anti-Poverty Committee: what we do, what we're about and how to get involved

Informational pamphlet states "We are a democratic group with no leaders. We operate collectively and vote on all decisions. Because we have no political connections to any government or political parties we are able to act independantly...Our office is located at 327 Carrall Street beside the People's Pigeon Park...The Anti-Poverty Committee is an organization of poor and working people who fight for poor people, their rights, and an end to poverty by any means necessary..."

Greenest games? : or freeway Olympics?

Poster outlining opposition to the Gateway project and its relation to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic games.
"Join GatewaySucks.org at the Take Back our City Festival, followed by a parade to the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Olympic Games. Friday February 12, 2010, 3 p.m. Vancouver Art Gallery."

Riot damage, burned signage

Item is a photograph of signage burned as a result of a riot that occurred during demonstrations against the International Commission for Supervision and Control in Vietnam. The Hotel Majestic (ICSC headquarters) and the Hotel Gallieni were both damaged during the riots.

Riot damage, hotel interior

Item is a photograph of damage inside a hotel as a result of a riot that occurred during demonstrations against the International Commission for Supervision and Control in Vietnam. The Hotel Majestic (ICSC headquarters) and the Hotel Gallieni were both damaged during the riots.

Riot damage, Hotel Majestic facade

Item is a photograph of debris and rubble outside the front facade of the Hotel Majestic. The damage was caused as a result of a riot that occurred during demonstrations against the International Commission for Supervision and Control in Vietnam.

Riot damage, hotel lobby

Item is a photograph of damage inside a hotel as a result of a riot that occurred during demonstrations against the International Commission for Supervision and Control in Vietnam. The Hotel Majestic (ICSC headquarters) and the Hotel Gallieni were both damaged during the riots.

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