Friday, December 21, 2012

Idle No More Toronto video Dec. 21, 2012


Published on Dec 21, 2012

Update: Thousands Round Dance for Indigenous Rights, Dec. 22, 2012. News alerts, photos and videos http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2012/12/idle-no-more-thousands-round-dance-for.html
 
Idle No More Toronto Friday
Over 1000 people! Idle No More FlashMob Round Dance Took Over Yonge-Dundas Square today in downtown Toronto as part of the Idle No More rallies happening in solidarity with First Nations across Canada and the world.
There's a google map of all the worldwide #IdleNoMore events and rallies scheduled today
(Friday), find your local rally! View the Google Map here: http://bit.ly/ZWzvNA
RALLIES ARE HAPPENING IN EGYPT, OTTAWA, TORONTO, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, LOS ANGELES, -BRITISH COLUMBIA, SASKATCHEWAN, EDMONTON, WINNIPEG, SUDBURY, SIOUX LOOKOUT, YUKON, OWEN SOUND, SAN FRANCISCO, HAMILTON, VANCOUVER AND MORE!
FOR UPDATES AND MORE INFORMATION:
http://www.IdleNoMore.com/
LIKE THE IDLE NO MORE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY PAGE: http://www.facebook.com/IdleNoMoreCommunity
Video by: Derek @ Occupy Canada http://www.OccupyCanada.Org/
Dec. 21, 2012- Over... 1000 people flooded downtown Toronto outside Toronto Eaton Centre - Idle No More FlashMob Round Dance Took Over Yonge-Dundas Square today in Toronto as part of the #IdleNoMore rallies happening in solidarity with First Nations across Canada and the world. -D

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