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Videography from the simultaneous Reclaim Our Streets: Women’s Solidarity Marches

Al Jazeera Coverage
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“It’s one thing to read an article in support of ending violence against women and it’s another to see sparks of support flash across the internet but it’s an entirely different thing to witness the unification of hundreds marching the streets in support of women and girls.

The spirit of the people was something that had to be experienced to be understood. You could feel the power when they chanted the affirmations and an even greater force when the survivors accepted them. Oh what a joy it was to see Rastafarians, Christians, gay people, straight people, all in solidarity.

The marches have revived hope, and I think it’s safe to say, started a revolution.”

– Shaneka Hall, Tambourine Army Warrior

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