Day 24: Obert Madondo continues his hunger strike against Bill C-10

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[From an e-mail from Occupy Ottawa]

 

Friday, April 6 to Saturday, April 7.
Human Rights Monument
Elgin and Lisgar

Obert Madondo continues his Hunger Strike against the Omnibus Crime Bill C10. Among his 5 demands for the government of Canada, are the repeal of Bill C10 and justice for over 600 missing and murdered Indigenous women.

More information about Obert's Hunger Strike can be found at:
http://www.canadianprogressiveworld.com/2012/03/28/crime-bill-c-10-hunger-strike-open-letter-to-parliament-of-canada/

This Friday and Saturday, from noon to noon, Friends of Obert will hold our second Solidarity Fast, for Obert's cause. While this fast will endure for 24 hours, we ask that supporters participate only as long as they are willing and able to do so.

To highlight Obert's demand for justice for Canadian Indigenous women, Sue Martin, of Families of Sisters in Spirit will be speaking about the plight of Indigenous women in Canada and the hundreds of women who have disappeared, without inquiry.

Please join us and show your support.

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the repeal of Bill C10 and justice for over 600 missing and murdered Indigenous women.

This Friday and Saturday, from noon to noon, Friends of Obert will hold our second Solidarity Fast, for Obert's cause.