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Friday, October 29, 2010

George Galloway in Vancouver

George Galloway speaks: Free Palestine, Free Afghanistan, Free Speech

Come and hear the person Jason Kenney and his office tried and failed to prevent from speaking in Canada. George Galloway's Vancouver appearance is part of a 10-day, 10-city pan-Canadian speaking tour.

How much are tickets??

$15 and $10 for the unwaged

Where to get your tickets??

** Online: To register online click HERE

** UBC Students:
>> The Outpost inside the SUB facing the bagel shop.
>> The Norman Finkelstein talk on Saturday Oct. 30th, 7:30 PM
>> SPHR Table during Palestine Week

** Surrey Residents:
>> Al-Iman Grocery store on 10700 King George Highway or call:

** Vancouver Resident:
>> Coop Bookstore on 1391 Commercial Dr or call:

** New Westminster (will be available Sunday):
>> BC Market on 930 Twelfth Street or call:

** SFU Students: Stay tuned for more info on where to get your tickets.

** If all the above fails call 604-379-4050

George Galloway speaks

Free Palestine, Free Afghanistan, Free Speech

Monday, November 22
7:30p.m. (Doors at 6.30.m.)
St Andrews Wesley United Church
Corner of Burrard & Nelson Street, Vancouver.

Organized by Coalition. Co-sponsored by the Seriously Free Speech Committee, UBC-SPHR and the Social Justice Center at UBC. For more information contact


Eighteen months ago, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Jason Kenney blocked then-British MP George Galloway from Canada, labeling him a terror supporter and a national security risk. At the time, Galloway was scheduled to appear in four Canadian cities on a speaking tour called "Resisting War: from Gaza to Afghanistan."

Galloway and his supporters protested, saying the move was a crass political attempt to silence criticism of Canadian foreign policy on Afghanistan and Palestine. Weeks before the ban, Galloway had led a humanitarian aid convoy to Gaza as part of an international campaign to break Israel's illegal blockade.

Galloway and his supporters were vindicated Federal Court Justice Richard Mosley issued his 60-page decision on the matter. (Read more here: