On the weekend of June 11-12, 2016 Alliance Against Displacement organized a gathering of leaders of homeless and evicted peoples’ movements throughout southern British Columbia.
This year anti-displacement activists have begun organizing between tent cities, building a stronger, united movement of communities experiencing different forms of housing crisis and displacement pressures.
The fight for housing and health continues for homeless drug war survivors in Abbotsford, but they have refused to disappear and they are getting stronger.
By Pivot Legal Society and DJ Larkin Originally published in The Volcano In late 2015 the BC Supreme Court ruled against the City of Abbotsford’s anti-homeless bylaws. Homeless people [...]
By Dave Diewert Originally published by The Volcano For 6 weeks this past summer, the Abbotsford chapter of the BC/Yukon Drug WaSurvivors and its team of lawyers have been [...]
By Dave Diewert and DJ Larkin Originally published in The Volcano On June 4, 2015, members of the Abbotsford Chapter of the Drug War Survivors and their allies gathered [...]
By Ivan Drury Originally published in The Volcano The Dignity Village homeless camp in Abbotsford, established in the spring of 2013, is the longest running protest tent city in [...]
By Dave Diewert Originally published in The Volcano If there is one thing to learn from the City of Abbotsford, it’s how not to deal with the homeless crisis. Abbotsford’s [...]