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Of Love

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Poem
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
10
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Summary: 
A poem about love.

Celebrate the Holidays With U.S. War Resisters in B.C.

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
The 'Bring the Troops Home' movement asks the Canadian government to allow U.S. war deserters to find sanctuary in Canada.
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Keywords: 
Government - Resistance To

A Winter Solstice Lantern Procession

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Announcement
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
A lantern procession will be winding through Chinatown on Dec 21st.
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Keywords: 
Chinatown

Christmas Eve at Muskrat Lake

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Poem
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
9
Summary: 
A magical night at Muskrat Lake.
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Keywords: 
Muskrat Lake

Merry Christmas Greetings to All of Our Hard Working Volunteers

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
7
Summary: 
Recognition for all the volunteers who make Carnegie Centre a special place.
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Keywords: 
Charity; Carnegie Centre

Merry Christmas

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
7
Summary: 
A thank you to all of the Carnegie members during the holiday season.
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Keywords: 
Carnegie Centre

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Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Poem
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
5
Collections: 
Summary: 
A poem wishing everyone a happy holiday season.

Carnegie Participates in Pilot Project to get Homeless People on Welfare

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
6
Summary: 
Welfare rules are currently so cumbersome that many who would live off the streets if they could get welfare are unable to do so.
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Keywords: 
Homeless Persons; Downtown Eastside

Cahs Registers and Christmas Trees

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Poem
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
4
Collections: 
Summary: 
A poem about Capitalism and Christmas.

During the Holidays, Let's Remember the People Who Work Everyday

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
5
Summary: 
An article about the difficult conditions sex workers must survive in.
Collections: 
Keywords: 
Discrimination

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