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Sisters In Struggle

5 Apr

An Interview with Artist and Revolutionary Faith Nolan

Faith Nolan Photo

Photo by Anne de Haas

Faith Nolan is an Artist, Revolutionary, Queer, Women of Colour originally hailing from Nova Scotia and now living and agitating in Toronto, Ont.

In this interview we hear Faith talk about the struggles of working class women in Toronto and across Canada. She tells us about her work inside prisons, founding the land project Camp SIS (Sisters In Struggle), and her work integrating her struggles with those of Six Nations land defenders.

She is a composer and guitarist whose style varies from blues and folk, to jazz, with a taste of funk and reggae. You can find out more about Faith Nolan and listen to some of her music on her website http://www.faithnolan.org/.

This is a 2 part interview, you can find the links to the audio on Media Co-op below:

Part 1

Part 2

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No Queers In Uniform

27 Sep

 

Pink Bloc action against the Police

Fuck the Police

 

On Saturday Sept. 18th 2010 in Toronto, 40 people came out for a pink bloc action called to confront the police. The cops were planning on hosting a queer recruitment drive at the 519 community centre, in the queer village.

Organized under the banner, No Queers In Uniform, they planned their own recruitment drive to draw attention to the queer-phobic policies and tactics of the police. Earful of Queer was there to get the low down on exactly what was going down on church st.

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