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Trade Justice P.E.I. coffee house and film night Sept. 17


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Trade Justice P.E.I. is hosting a coffee house and film night Sept. 17 in Charlottetown.
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

A coffee house and film night with BLACT Media/ Urban Island is set for Tuesday, Sept. 17, in the TD Learning Centre at UPEI’s Cass Science Hall from 7-10 p.m.

Presented by BLACT Media, the event is open to the public and admission is free. Three short films will be shown including “The Pipe Dreams Project”, “Frontera Invisible and Saving Rosia Montana”.

The coffee house adn film night is part of  “Building a Just and Sustainable Future”, a series of events taking place on the UPEI campus and at the P.E.I. Farm Centre on Sept. 17-18. The series has been organized by Trade Justice P.E.I.

Wednesday, Sept. 18 , Clayton Thomas Müller will give a talk called Indigenous Rights, Climate Change and Trade Justice at 7 p.m. at the P.E.I. Farm Centre, 420 University Ave. in Charlottetown.  

Müller is a Cree climate justice and indigenous rights activist from Winnipeg. He has been recognized by Utne Magazine as one of the "top 30 under 30" activists and as a “Climate Hero 2009” by Yes Magazine. 

For more information, find Trade Justice P.E.I. on social media at Facebook.com/tradejusticepei and Instagram.com/tradejusticepei or email tradejusticepei@gmail.com


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