Friday, December 21, 2012

Idle No More #Toronto flash mob protest

First Nation activists took over the Yonge and Dundas intersection for a mid-day protest on Friday, December 21, 2012. A round dance and drum circle flowed around the all-way pedestrian intersection while  traffic came to a standstill for approximately twenty minutes.
Idle No More protests took place in locations around the world in support of First Nations and Indigenous Rights. See more after the jump.

Protesters move into the scramble intersection
Looking up Yonge Street as the intersection fills

The crowd moves back to the urban park out of the roadway
I think this butt sniffing dog is changing his vote in the next election

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