Create change where you are. Take a stand for what you believe in. #FearLessLoveMore, a youth-led city-wide rally in Winnipeg does just that.
The #FearLessLoveMore campaign and Rally aim to raise awareness about Islamophobia and to take action against the Immigration Ban recently felt in the U.S. As a grade 12 student at the Seven Oaks Met School, Palvi Saini has been impacted by her topics of study, the Syrian civil war and refugee crisis. Feeling overwhelmed in how to take action, Palvi looked to what could be done here at home. Partnering with the Met School Justice League, the campaign of #FearLessLoveMore was born and focuses on standing in solidarity with those affected by Islamophobia and the Immigration Ban.
The Rally, held at three different locations on Wednesday, May 17th, is one of three parts to the campaign: Outreach, Rally, and Action. To learn more about the campaign, please visit the Youth For Justice website here.
To take immediate action, join your fellow global citizens in promoting a community of love, acceptance and tolerance by participating in the #FearLessLoveMore Rally.
What: #FearLessLoveMore Rally
Where: 10:00 am Winnipeg Central Mosque, 715 Ellice Ave.
10:45 am Manitoba Legislative Building, 450 Broadway
11:30 US Consulate, 201 Portage Ave
When: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 – 10:00am – 12:00 pm (*see times above)