Queers United Against Kapitalism (QUAK)
We seek to queer the radical community and radicalize the queer community. We Recruit!
PO Box 4004
Quesnel, BC V2J 3J2
Phone: (250) 992-3479
Fax: (250) 992-3337
Publication: The Radical
Raging Grannies - Vancouver
West Vancouver, BC V7T 2K8
Reach for Unbleached
PO BOX 39, Whaletown, BC V0P 1Z0
Phone: (250) 935-6446
Fax (call first!): (250) 935-6446
email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.rfu.org
Red Wire Magazine
521-119 W.Pender St.
Vancouver, B.C V6B 1S5
Phone: 602-7226 Fax: 689-4242
Publication: Red Wire Magazine
Resist Corporate Rule
email: email@example.com www.tao.ca/~resist
Rock Against Prisons
PO BOX 78005, 2606 Commercial Drive
Vancouver, BC, V5W 5W1
Saving our Living
52 East Cordova St. Vancouver, BC V6A 1K2 Phone: 681-0001
Shuswap Association for the Promotion of Eco Desarrollo (SAPED)
Unit 180 #101-1001 W. Broadway
Vancouver, BC V6H 4E4
Phone: 931-1396 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sierra Club Vancouver
1009-207 West Hastings, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H7 Phone: 915-9600
Fax: 915-9601 email@example.com
Publication: Sierra Report
Sierra Club of BC's Mission: to explore and protect the wild places of the earth;
to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources;
to educate and enlist humanity; to protect and restore the quality of the natural
and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.
The Sierra Club of BC is working to prevent the destruction of the remaining
undeveloped watershed in the Great Bear Rainforest, and to protect its sensitive
ecological areas and wildlife. We promote an end to clearcutting in all areas on
the coast, and work for a move instead to sustainable ecoforestry logging practices
with more localized control and long-term benefits, and to further diversify our
use of the coastal environment to enhance tourism, fisheries and recreation.
451 Powell St.
Vancouver BC V6A 1G7
Publication: Balitang SIKLAB
Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG)
SFU TC 326, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Sleeping Dragon Press
PO Box 8404, Victoria, BC V8W 3S1
Publication: Sleeping Dragon Press
Slocan Valley E.A.C.T. Watershed Group
Rebel Centre, 2278 East 24th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5N 2V2 ph: 874-9048 Fax: 874-9041 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publication: Socialist Action
A revolutionary feminist organization dedicated to the replacement of capitalism with a democratic socialist society. We work for a world in which all individuals have the opportunity to enjoy a life free of wage slavery, racism, sexism, homophobia and xenophobia resulting from the profit system. We train our members to become decisive leaders in the mass liberation struggles. Join with us!
Society Promoting Environmental Conservation (SPEC)
2150 Maple St,. Vancouver, BC V6J 3T3
Phone: 736-7732 Fax: 736-7115
Open Mon-Fri 10-4pm
Started in 1969, one of Vancouver's oldest current environmental organizations.
Current campaign is to raise consumer awareness of genetically modified food.
South Asian Women's Centre
8163 Main St.
Vancouver, BC V5X 3L2
The centre is a space for South Asian women to work actively for social change. We offer discussion groups and information sessions for South Asian women. It is a primary resource for information and referrals. Look for the South Asian Newsletter in your community. Volunteer positions available.
311 W. Hastings Van., BC V6B 1H6
Phone: 688-6138 email@example.com
For twenty-seven years, Spartacus Books has maintained a healthy habit of compiling
eclectic assortments of books, periodicals, and 'zines that take explicit
(textual) aim at the oppresive capitalist, racist, and heterosexist status-quo.
"Normal" ain't us. We loath the homogeneity produced under the corrosive regime
of coporate rule; for all corporations stamp Profit as their logo. Profit is the
secular god and king that grants and maintains life. Though the buffed wood floors
of a Chapters, shiny from the labour of an un-unionized workforce, may appear to
reflect a glossy reality of a utopic world filled with myriad voices, it actually
portends a grim future of stale sameness. Spartacus and other independents devote
space to marginalized authors, radical voices from diverse cultures writing
revolutionary words terribly unpopular with the corporate world. If independents
disappear, it will seriously impact the kinds of books that get published. The
dispersal of (written) ideas will remain exclusively in profit-driven hands that
will assuredly pass-over (read: "censor") books with a sustained critique of the
status-quo, for they are the status-quo. WeĠre staffed by volunteers. Open 7 days a