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National Day of Remembrance and Action to End Violence Against Women
November 29, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
In 1991 the Parliament of Canada declared December 6th as the National Day of Remembrance and Action to End Violence Against Women. It was on December 6. 1989, a day know as the Montreal Massacre, that 14 women were systematically separated from the men and murdered at l’Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, for no other reason except that they were women
Please join us: Dec 6, 2017
177 King St. E, Chatham, ON
No cost for admission
No Place to Hide: The Rehtaeh Parsons Story
No Place to Hide is a gripping documentary about a teenage girl from Halifax who, after being relentlessly cyberbullied and harassed following the online distribution of a photo taken while she was being sexually assaulted, ultimately ended her life. The film reveals the far reaching effects of cyberbullying, and the extent of rape culture and victim blaming all borne by one girl, Rehtaeh Parsons.
Speaker: Jacob Wells
At 24, Jacob Wells has unique insight and particularly though-provoking message for young and old alike. Jacob knew Rehtaeh Parsons and wonders: had he been there that night, would he have been one of those young men who brutally assaulted, then tormented Rehtaeh? Jacob will share his personal story and following the film, be available for discussion.
Viewer Discretion Advised
The first 30 students 16 or older, or accompanied by a parent or guardian, will receive a $10 gift card to McDonalds!
For more information call 519-354-8908
Chatham-Kent Sexual Assault Centre
Chatham-Kent Domestic Violence Community Coordinating Committee
Unifor Local 127