Someone Else's Treasure: photo exhibit by Allan Cedillo LissnerOctober 15th, 2008
Friday Oct. 17, 8:30am
University of Toronto International Student Centre
Cumberland Room (33 St. George Street)
Please RSVP with Kris at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-972-6303
Wednesday Oct. 29, 6pm
University of Toronto Hart House
Debates Room (7 Hart House Circle)
Home to fifty-seven percent of the world's mining companies, Canada leads the way in the global mining industry. But people the world over are raising complaints describing the mining industry as Canada's number one contribution to global injustice. Complaints include the displacement of indigenous communities, families being torn apart, destroyed livelihoods, ruined ecosystems and the erosion of ancient indigenous cultures.
Please join Toronto based photographer Allan Cedillo Lissner to discuss Someone Else's Treasure, an ongoing documentary project shedding light on the experiences of people around the world – including the Philippines, Tanzania, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Chile, and Canada – whose lives have been impacted by the global mining industry.