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They Marched to Remember and to Call for Action.

 

The Women’s Resource Center held their annual Women’s Memorial March and Red Dress Project Tuesday evening.  Speaking to the group of marchers at Pioneer Square the Center’s Carmen Fisher explained this is the 27th year for the march and the third for the hanging of red dresses in the community and the visual of the empty red dresses is to remind us of the staggering number of women who are no longer with us.  She said we invite you to march with us in solidarity to mourn the loss of our sisters and to remember those who are still missing and we stand together and ask for action, we ask for answers and we ask for justice.

             

Fisher added the RCMP has identified more than one thousand cases of missing and murdered aboriginal women and that number continues to grow.

 

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