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Our 2018 BTS Boat Tour is now sold out!

We are now sold out of tickets! Hope to see you next year! …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Join Captain Andy Rankin and BTS friends on the Brown Eyed Girl for the BTS Boat Cruise Fundraiser on August 18, 2018.                     We will have a tour of the the coast of Western [...]

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In her own voice: Speaking Tour with Sandra Moran in the Maritimes

Sandra Morán is the first feminist and openly gay Member of Congress to be elected in Guatemala. She is a member of the Convergence CPO-CRD Party which brings together feminists, students, farmers and Indigenous peoples. She is also a highly accomplished drummer. She is returning to the Maritimes thirty years after her first visit as a member of [...]

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Join us for the BTS AGM with Sandra Morán from June 15 to 17th

Join us Friday, June 15th @ 7pm to Sunday, June 17th @ 1pm at the Tatamagouche Centre! Facebook event here.  Register here. All are welcome to attend the Annual Gathering of the Maritimes-Guatemala Breaking the Silence Network, a human rights solidarity network. The Annual Gathering is an opportunity for inspiration, connecting with BTS members and hearing first-hand about [...]

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April 6, 2018: Screening of Finding Oscar in Antigonish

  First Friday Film – Finding Oscar Friday April 6, 7:00PM StFX Schwartz 215 In the Dos Erres massacre during Guatemala’s decades-long civil war, a young boy was spared, only to be raised by one of the very soldiers who killed his family. Nearly 30 years after the tragedy a dedicated team uncovers the truth [...]

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Rebeca Lane

Mestizo Soul – Identity and Rights Tour with Guatemalan Hip Hop Artist Rebeca Lane Rebeca Eunice Vargas (Rebeca Lane) was born in Guatemala City on December 6th, 1984. She was born in the middle of a civil war and was named after her aunt that had been kidnapped and disappeared by the military government in 1981 because [...]

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