#TIMESUP on harassment, oppression, abuse and exploitation.
21st January marks one year since the historic Women’s March that took place in London and around the globe. This year, UK SAYS NO MORE is renewing the struggle for justice and equality by marching at the Time’s Up Rally this Sunday, 21st January.
Please join us as we Take a Stand against gender based violence, sexual assault, discrimination and marginalisation, prepared with UK SAYS NO MORE placards.
The Time’s Up Rally begins at 11am at Richmond Terrace, opposite 10 Downing Street, and will finish approximately two hours later at 1pm. The UK SAYS NO MORE team will be meeting at 10.30am at Caffé Nero outside Westminster Station (Portcullis House, Westminster, London SW1A 2JH – see map below).
If you are interested in joining us at the Time’s Up Rally and would like a UK SAYS NO MORE placard, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can organise this for you.
The event organiser Women’s March London are also looking for volunteer stewards on the day, so drop an email to email@example.com if you would like to do this, and we can pass your details on to Women’s March London.
We are coming together to pledge that we are going to make change in big and small ways. We will stand side by side, once again, in solidarity with our sisters, brothers and siblings around the world. Together we are strong and if we all work for a better world then time is really up for oppressors of women. – Women’s March London
Please remember to wrap up warm and bring water and snacks to keep you going. Whilst it’s only a two hour rally, you’ll be amazed at how peckish walking through London can make you!
Sunday 21st January, 11am
Richmond Terrace, opposite Downing Street, London, SW1A 2, United Kingdom
10:30am UK SAYS NO MORE team (and you!) meet at Caffé Nero outside Westminster Station
11am March assembles at Richmond Terrace, opposite Downing Street.
1pm March is expected to finish.
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