If this applies to you, please describe your involvement in women's memorial making/violence prevention?
I've attended a vigil for the women who were murdered at the Ecole Polytechnique gender-based shooting.
If this applies to you, what is the name of your group or project or memorial? (Or is it now ROSE?)
If applicable, how long have you been involved in women's memorial making/violence prevention?
I've only directly involved myself in it recently.
What changes for women would you like to see happen?
That they are not blamed for their deaths. That they are seen as valuable individuals who each deserve the recognition, despite their nationality, ability, sexuality, religion, gender, and any other forms of identity. That there is more education on why violence against women is unacceptable and misogynistic and ways to prevent violence against women.
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