Reclaim Your Voice Toronto

Saturday, March 19, 2016 - 17:00

We are getting ready for our next Reclaim Your Voice event and we hope you can join us! 

It will take place on Saturday, March 19th at 1 pm sharp inside committee room 1 at the Scarborough Civic Centre. As always, this is a free event, open to survivors of abuse and supporters. 18+

Any and all news regarding the event will be posted on our Facebook event page so you can check there the night before the event for any last minute updates. 

If you're interested in sharing your survival story or poetry, or if you have any questions, send us an e-mail at reclaimyourvoice@gmail.com

According to Statistics Canada, more than half of Canadian women have experienced at least once incident of sexual or physical violence and only 1 in 10 report it due to humiliation or fear of revictimization. Men are less likely to file a report, for the same reasons and other social stigmas. From these daunting numbers, it is apparent that abuse thrives on silence. By sharing your survival story, you can help save lives.

Join us, not in the war against abuse, but in the name of peace and healing for all.

Check out our website to view videos and photos from our past events
http://www.reclaimyourvoice.org/

 

Scarborough Civic Centre
150 Borough Dr
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA

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