Home > AHA Media, April Smith, David Eby, Downtown Eastside, DTES, Human Rights, Media Representation, Sid Tan, Vancouver, W2, W2 Community Media Arts, W2 Storyeum > AHA MEDIA to livestream at Human Rights and Media Matters: A Public Forum on Media Responsibility at W2 on Dec 9, 2010 7pm-10pm

AHA MEDIA to livestream at Human Rights and Media Matters: A Public Forum on Media Responsibility at W2 on Dec 9, 2010 7pm-10pm

Livestreaming of the event will be provided by AHA MEDIA

You can view it at http://www.qik.com/AHAMEDIA for our livestream videos

On the eve of International Human Rights Day, a public forum on “Media Matters and Human Rights” will be co-hosted by ACCESS Association of Chinese Canadians for Equality and Solidarity Society, the Chinese Canadian National Council and W2 Community Media Arts Society.

Time:  Thursday, December 9 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Location: 151 West Cordova, Vancouver

Moderated by Charlie Smith, editor of the Georgia Straight, the members of panel are:

David Eby – lawyer and currently executive director of B. C. Civil Liberties Association

Tami Starlight – anti-oppression activist and a founder of the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood Council

Harsha Walia – anti-racist, migrant justice, human rights activist and women’s advocate

Henry Yu – historian, educator, writer and UBC associate professor of history

By donation. No host bar and light refreshments available.

We look forward to seeing you this International Human Rights Day.

Please RSVP via Facebook event
Phone W2 at 604-689-9896
or email
w2tv@creativetechnology.org

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