Powell River Women’s Marches Planning Group presents a community march followed by a free screening of Kim O’Bamsawin’s searing documentary Quiet Killing, a film about the systemic failures of colonialism and racism that contribute to the unsolved and uncounted crimes against missing and murdered Indigenous women. Prior to the film, there will be spoken word performances.
Join us in Powell River as we march to continue to bring attention to the 'Me Too' movement and work toward ending systemic violence against women and girls.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Meet at BaseCamp and March down Marine to the square, then screen film at the Patricia Theatre
Muster at BaseCamp on Marine, make posters for march
March from BaseCamp to square at Willingdon/Alberni,
meet in a circle, give meditation for missing and murdered women, the theme of this year’s march
Car pool to The Patricia Theatre
Patricia Theatre: Spoken word performances
Screening of Quiet Killing (76 minutes)
Admission to the film Quiet Killing is free, with donations to Grace Transition House gratefully received.
If you would like to knit a pink ‘pussy’ hat, Great Balls of Wool is offering a 25% discount on supplies. You can find the pattern online such as https://www.studioknitsf.com/knit-pussy-hat/
- January 19, 2019 at 2pm – 5:30pm
4548 Marine Dr
Powell River, British Columbia V8A 0G5
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- 28 people are going
604 838 1099