Thursday, October 22, 2020

Protests Against CDN Lockdowns & Nigerian Police Brutality: The October 22nd, 2020 Age of Ingenuity

Last week, "Age of Ingenuity" hosts Al Calder and Chuck Black attended the Saturday, October 17th, 2020 Freedom Protest at Dundas Square in Toronto, Ontario. We thought it was a big deal and so did most of the 10,000 or so protestors in attendance. 

But there wasn’t a lot of coverage in the legacy media and we’re going to talk about that. The Freedom Protest wasn't even the only group of good, politically engaged and active people being mostly ignored that day.

While covering the first protest. Al came across a completely different, smaller, but just as important a group of people objecting to the actions of a different and far more repressive regime. They were also mostly being ignored and their message deserves to get out. 

To assist, we're going to talk about the Anti-SARS, anti-Nigerian police brutality protest held at Dundas Square in Toronto on October 17th, 2020.
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