March for women

MARCH TO Brolly Square and be part of a flash mob for social justice and to help end violence against women this Valentine’s Day.

MARCH TO Brolly Square and be part of a flash mob for social justice and to help end violence against women this Valentine’s Day.

The March to Brolly Square event is part of the bigger One Billion Rising worldwide event, a day of awareness to help end violence against women.

People of all ages are asked to march down to the square for refreshments, music, information on community resources and a flash mob style dance.

“We would like to see a big turnout for our community to bring awareness to the needs of women and the end of violence against them,” said Diana Falardeau, specialized case manager, Work BC Employment Services Centre, Northwest Training Ltd.

The event takes place tomorrow, Feb. 14 from 12:15 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. so people can participate during their lunchtime.

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