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OPIRG-Toronto's information table set up at the Anti-Gallery, which included pamphlets for the exhibits, merchandise for sale, and options for donation.

Mining Injustice Solidarity Network's installation which included an exhibit of props and costumes used over the course of their history of community organizing initiatives.

For the Anti-Gallery the Library's collective organized a Library pop-up where folks could have a comfy seat, take a breather from the event, and get a taste of a small part of the Library's collection by flipping through some of their original,…

Ontario Coalition Against Poverty's interactive exhibit which featured a selection of their banners, posters, and placards, collected through 30 years of direct-action anti-poverty organizing, as well as a screen printing station where people…

No One Is Illegal-Toronto, a migrant justice collector and former action group within OPIRG UofT, presented an interactive art installation where participants could scratch away dangerous myths about migrants, revealing a message underneath the…

Design Justice Network's interactive exhibit had participants think about design processes they know of, and create space for them to rethink them through a design justice lens, asking: Who was involved, who benefited and who was harmed in the design…

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Poster used during the promotion and advertising of the OPIRG Toronto Anti-Gallery.

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"Double Bill", co-edited by Jena von Brücker, G.B. Jones and Caroline Azar, 2001
Cover design, layout and cut and paste by G.B. Jones

A fax sent from OPIRG Carleton to OPIRG Toronto notifying them that PepsiCo will be completely disengaging from the Burmese market.

OPIRG-Carleton sent to the Board of Governers at Carleton University encouraging them to divest from all companies doing business in Burma, mos notably PepsiCo, stating that there is no way of conducting business in the country without directly…

After sending a letter directly to PepsiCo questioning them on the ethics of their involvement with the Burmese government in the face of their human rights violations, OPIRG Toronto received this letter in response stating that despite conducting…

Front page of "In Your Interest," the newsletter of OPIRG Guelph

Promotional flyer to encourage the public to boycott Petro-Canada in an effort to pressure the company into not renewing its contract in Burma.

A press release from the South-East Asia Working Group of OPIRG Carleton outlining a plan of action for divesting from Petro-Canada so as to pressure them to suspend their operations in Burma while the military regime remains in power.

A letter sent to the Students Administrative Council notifying them that OPIRG will be closing the issue of the 1992 Spring elections/referendum

A promotional flyer for the Lubicon Cree campaign against Daishowa Inc.

A document that outlines procedures and guidelines for OPIRG Toronto to critically examine all proposals for projects, programs, policies, financial and staffing matters.

A form used to nominate students to run for the position of director on OPIRG Toronto's Board of Directors.
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