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We Still Grieve- Toronto's National Day Of Action 2019


April 16, 2019


With great sadness, we invite you once again to the National Day of Action on the Overdose Crisis as we continue to "Grieve Thousands".

On April 16th we will join 22 towns and cities and take to the streets to protest the treatment of people who use drugs and of people living in poverty, racist and classist drug policy, the continued escalation of the overdose crisis which has now taken the lives of more than 10,000 people in 3 years.

This year's iteration "We Still Grieve" will be comprise a funeral procession (please wear all black). Bring flowers, signs, photos of your loved ones.

Time: 12 Noon
Venue: Queen's Park
Location: Toronto, ON
Website: http://www.facebook.com/events/2301210496827320/
Categories: Social Change, Social Justice, Alternatives

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