. Thousands march for missing and murdered Indigenous women « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Red colored the streets of the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver Tuesday, Feb. 14 as thousands gathered to honor the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women across Canada at the annual Women’s Memorial March. This was the 32nd march — which began in 1992 in response to a murder of a woman in the Downtown Eastside. Today, it continues to allow the community to grieve the lives of women and gender-diverse people lost in the Downtown Eastside, remember the women still missing and to fight for justice. The public march began at 12 p.m. at the Carnegie Community Centre in downtown Vancouver.


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