Bread, Roses and Hormones aims to bring low-income trans people out of social isolation and into political organizing. We are fundraising $5,200 for 2021, so we can continue to connect with other low-income trans people in the fight for trans liberation!
This pamphlet was developed by Bread, Roses & Hormones, a campaign led by trans women and non-binary people. Misgendering is a fixation on trans people's bodies to control our genders and sexualities. It is a form of sexual harassment that must be fought on every front!
We need your help to keep the Whalley Centre open! We have to raise $1000 in monthly donations or $12,000 in one-time donations by December 31st to have the financial confidence we need to renew our lease and pay rent for the next year.
The Whalley Centre is run by and for the community: people surviving on the streets, warehoused in shelters, and incarcerated in supporting housing. The founding declaration explains the need for a street-run space in the face of police repression, government neglect, and social worker control.
Red Braid's "No War on China!" pamphlet argues that we need a clear, anti-imperialist, anti-war movement to oppose Canada's role in a new Cold War with China.
Join us Tuesday, December 1st from 12:00-1:00 PM for a picket outside Meng Wanzou’s ongoing extradition hearing at the Liberal MP Joyce Murray's office (2112 W Broadway, Vancouver). Stop the extradition of Meng Wanzhou! Fight anti-Chinese racism! No war on Iran! End US sanctions now!
Red Braid opposes the Western imperialist bloc that is reassembling against China, and especially, Canada’s central role in it. We believe the working class in the West must stand with the working class in China, not with Western imperial power. That means opposing war on China without compromise, and fighting sinophobia and the Canadian state head on.
By occupying the TD mods and evicting Lookout Society, our movement is taking for ourselves what the government, property developers, and the non-profit poverty industry will never and can never give us: housing that we control ourselves.
In the midst of a global pandemic and spiralling economic crisis, Surrey is demolishing one of its few non-market, welfare-rate housing developments.
Residents named the new tent city "Whalley World" in honour of the low-income neighbourhood that the City of Surrey is trying to rebrand and sell off to developers. People are tired of watching luxury condo towers go up while their friends are evicted to the streets, and they are fighting back!