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FIONA BROADFOOT

FIONA BROADFOOT

Fiona will be opening the conference as well as leading the March Against the Sex Trade on Saturday evening.

Please join me and other survivors/abolitionists on a memory walk 19th October Centenary Square Bradford.

The walk is in memory of women and girls killed by / in the sex trade.

As a sex trade survivor I am leading ( with other sex trade survivors ) a walk in memory of the many women and girls who we have lost! So often their deaths go unreported or if they are reported the articles are victim blaming and without compassion.

I want  women to stand in solidarity with our lost sisters and honour them. 

Bradford has a very high number of girls and women who have lost their lives.

IN MEMORY. MARCH AGAINST THE SEX TRADE

ORDER OF THE EVENING SESSION

MEET IN RECEPTION AFTER YOUR SESSION FINISHES AT 5:30

COLLECT FLOWERS AND CARDS

WE WILL MAKE OUR WAY TOGETHER TO CENTENARY SQUARE
GATHER UNDER THE BIG SCREEN

SURVIVORS WILL READ OUT NAMES OF THOSE WOMEN MURDERED IN THE SEX TRADE

FOLLOWED BY A MINUTE OF SILENCE

LAYING DOWN OF FLOWERS AND PHOTOGRAPH HOLDING UP WOMEN’S NAMES

BREAKING OF THE ‘INVISIBLE MAN’ POT


A coming together of Women to March Against the Sex Trade.

Message from Fiona Broadfoot:

As a sex trade survivor I am leading ( with other sex trade survivors ) a walk in memory of the many women and girls who we have lost! so often their deaths go unreported or if they are reported the articles are victim blaming and without compassion.

I want women to stand in solidarity with our lost sisters and honour them.

Bradford has a very high number of girls and women who have lost their lives.

We will walk from the conference venue to the Centenary Square (an accessible walk of about 5 minutes).

We will read the names of those murdered in prostitution in the UK and take a moment of silence for them, laying flowers in their name.

A pot created by Claudia Claire called ‘The Invisible Man’ will then be broken.


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Route for In Memory: March Against the Sex Trade

Route for In Memory: March Against the Sex Trade