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Fraser Valley Marches for Women

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January 14, 2020 at 5:51 am - Home, Local Chilliwack News, MyChilliwackNews
By MyChilliwackNews Editor

Everyone is welcome at the 3rd annual Fraser Valley Marches for Women March. This event is accessible, open, and inclusive. We march rain, snow or shine.

Timeline and Route:

·         Saturday – January 18th

·         11:00 AM Meet at Ann Davis Transition Society 9046 Young Rd. Organize and make signs, sign making material available

·         11:30 AM March starts from 9046 Young Rd to Chilliwack City Hall 8550 Young Rd.

·         12 PM Speakers & Drummers & Singers at city Hall 8550 Young Rd.

·         1:00 PM End of gathering!

Background
Fraser Valley Marches for Women was founded by Ann Davis Transition Society executive director Patti MacAhonic and held its first march in January 2017 in solidarity with the demonstrators that descended on Washington, D.C. to raise awareness of women’s rights, also in response to the city turning down a women’s shelter when women were dying on our streets in winter in late 2016. We are more than a march—we’re a movement. The goal of subsequent marches in the Fraser Valley is to support Women’s rights locally and globally, while raising awareness of local issues.
Who We Are
Fraser Valley Marches for Women is a collaboration and partnership of Ann Davis Transition Society, University of the Fraser Valley, Fraser Valley Labour Council and Wilma House,  with a goal of inspiring, uniting and leading the charge for the advancement of women locally and  across the world. We have a designated Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/fraservalleymarchesforwomen

Join us as we march in support of women’s rights. Donate your time by showing up and bringing visibility to our cause. We invite you to contact us to discuss ways that we can work together to heighten awareness of the march and promote participation. Dress for the weather. Carry a sign. Sing along. Celebrate our community. Keep it civil, focus on peace and inclusion and learning.

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