Wen-Do is the longest running self-defense organization by and for women in Canada. Since 1972, Wen Do has been providing empowerment and self-defense training to
A secret network of routes and safe houses, the Underground Railroad was a vital project in helping to liberate as many as 100,000 enslaved African
Saturday, Feb 28, at 5:30 From the facilitator: I’ve been chatting with a few people about some recent experiences involving police visits and jail stories.
Come help crack locally harvested black walnuts on Sunday, Feb 22 at 2pm! Eat them and talk about harvesting them. Intended for all ages, Julia
In February, we will be beginning a Queer Reading Group at The Tower to discuss queerness, sexuality, gender and how they relate to radical politics.
For our next Extravagant Fundraising Dinner, we will gathering funds for our comrades currently imprisoned in Mexico. These solid comrades Amelie and Fallon from Montreal
Screening of a documentary film about the citizens’ movement to stop the closure of the Frontenac Prison Farm in Kingston, Ontario, at 7pm, Thursday Jan
Over the past few months we’ve had some questions about how The Tower operates – what’s our structure? how are decisions made? how can people
On December 14 from 5-7pm, The Tower is holding it’s fourth general meeting. We host these gatherings every two months as a consistent and