Joyce Nelson in BC to speak on Banksters and Sequel!

September 25th, 2017

Joyce Nelson will soon be hopping on a plane out west for a seven-city book tour on the Pacific coast. As well as Beyond Banksters: Resisting the New Feudalism she will read from her upcoming sequel. In Bypassing Dystopia, Nelson provides hope for resistance and highlights what people all over the world are doing to challenge this “new feudalism.”

Come out to listen, engage, and gain understanding of the impacts private banks and investment firms have on our democracies, communities, and daily lives. Learn about their role in corporate rights agreements such as NAFTA and CETA (and the draconian, waiting-in-the-wings TISA), our current government’s involvement, and the neoliberal ideology that promotes corporations’ ability to operate without restraint or accountability.

September 25, 7 pm
University of Victoria, David Turpin Building (DTB) A104
Co-sponsored by University of Victoria Social Justice Studies

September 26, 7 pm
Mesachie Room, Island Savings Centre,
2687 James St., Duncan

Comox Valley
September 27, 7pm
Stan Hagen Theatre at North Island College
2300 Ryan Road, Courtenay
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Powell River
September 28, 2 pm
Powell River Public Library
6975 Alberni St, Suite 100

September 30, 7 pm
Ralph Fisher Auditorium at Richmond Hospital
7000 Westminster Highway

October 2, 7 pm
Sardis Library, 5819 Tyson Road

October 3, 7 pm
702 Bernard Ave (& Richter)

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