Date and time:
Saturday 28th November 2020. Virtual march from 5-7pm and rally at 7pm
Although this year we cannot march through London we are asking women to mark the occasion wherever you are, and post a film or photo on Twitter between 5-7pm. We hope to recreate the solidarity and resistance we feel when we’re together, and to have a visible presence online, a space that is too often hostile to women. Make sure you tag us @RtnLondon and use the hashtag #RTNLondon2020.
- Make a placard and march together with a sister from your household up your road
- Put a placard in your window or garden
- Light a candle in memory of a sister lost to male violence
Just make sure you get a photo and /or video and share it so we can be together online!
Our Reclaim The Night rally will be on zoom from 7pm. In 2020 we raise up the voices of Black women and are excited to be joined by speakers including:
- Femi Otitoju, Life long feminist, and campaigner, former chair of Women’s Aid and founder of the equality training company Challenge Consultancy
- Michelle Daley for Million Women Rise. She is also a Director of the Alliance for Inclusive Education and co-founder of Sisters of Frida
- Rose Lewis from Sistahspace. A specialist service for African heritage women & girls who’ve experienced domestic or sexual abuse
- performer and writer Miss Yankey
Details of how to join will be made available nearer the time.
Reclaim The Night is a women-only march, but everyone is welcome to join us our rally. In previous years, male supporters have also organised a men’s vigil in support of Reclaim The Night. We will post details here if this happens in 2020
To get in touch with us contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.