Time: December 6, 2016 from 8am to 3pm
Location: Vancouver Art Gallery
Street: Robson Street side
Website or Map: http://www.shoememorial.com
Phone: contact John (604) 807-8940 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Type: shoe, memorial
Organized By: Women, Information & Advocacy
Latest Activity: Oct 31, 2016
IT IS TIME FOR THE KILLING TO STOP
1 is too many, 1000 an ATROCITY
Help us to not forget:
donate woman’s and girl’s shoes to the
December 6, 2016 Annual Shoe Memorial
Vancouver Art Gallery, Robson Street side
8 am to 3 pm
Ceremony at 1 pm
December 6, 2016
It has been 27 years since fourteen women were selectively killed at the Montreal Polytechnique. It has been 14 years since we started the Shoe Memorial to remind people that Dec. 6 was a National Day of Remembrance and Action for Women Killed by Violence and more importantly remember all the many other women and girls killed by violence.
Since then more than 300 BC women have been added to our list. We will reach 1000 victims next year. We need your help to raise awareness of this atrocity and to remember the women murdered in BC.
They should never be forgotten: our goal is to represent each woman with a pair of shoes and listing their names. Join us and pay your respects to those who have been killed.
To donate shoes:
Lower Mainland: to donate shoes, for more information or to volunteer, please contact John (604) 807-8940 or email@example.com
To our friends and volunteers the deadline for pick up or delivery of shoes is Nov. 24.
After the memorial the shoes are given, both directly and indirectly, to women in need.
Want to End the Violence?
- Donate women or girls shoes to our event and pass on the attached poster: Dec6poster2016.pdf
- Reflect on your own attitudes and beliefs in order to support gender equality & non-violence
Ending Violence Association of B.C.
BE MORE THAN A BYSTANDER
The key message in these 8 Bystander videos is that violence against women is preventable and that those close by, such as friends and family have a crucial role to play.
Become a Change Maker at www.WeCan.bc
Special thanks to Dianne Olson Re/Max Advantage and to all the women and men who made this event possible.
Presented by Women, Information & Advocacy