But the Afterparty andLadyfest Gig is still on.
Saturday 6th Big Red Door @ 8pm!
One Week to go!!
This year the march is set for Saturday 6th March (to coincide
with International Women’s Day on March 8th). The march will be
approximately 90 minutes long, starting at 18:45 at Bristo Square
and finishing at the the paved area on Castle Terrace
infront of Saltire Court.
The afterpart is at Big Red Door where there will be speakers, and an awesome gig, hosted by Ladyfest Edinburgh with Hailey Beavis, Ceylan Hay, and Jo Foster!
its shaping up to be a great (reclaimed) night!
So come along, bring your friends, your banners, and voices to call for an end to all gender violence, and ending fear of violence on our streets.
Weds 20th January 5.30pm, University Library Cafe, George Square.
Wheelchair accessible, groundfloor, warm…
New folk always really welcome to get involved….
message me if you’d like a phone number in case you come late/want someone to meet you outside.
hope to see you there
ps. click on the picture for a map!
The next planning meeting will be on Tuesday the 24th (ie this coming Tuesday) at 6pm in the Lounge Room in Teviot Union. There is wheelchair access. Don’t worry if you aren’t a student as there will be someone hanging around to sign you in. Please do come along if you’re interested, we’re very non-scary! If you have any questions or concerns then email EdinburghRTN2008@googlemail.com
Its time to start organising the next Reclaim the Night march, and so this is your first chance to get involved! Many of those involved in organising the last march are unable to commit to another run so we’re looking for some new women to get involved with the next one, to bring new ideas, energy, planning skills etc. We’ll be meeting Monday the 9th (this Monday) at 6pm in the Filmhouse cafe (good wheelchair access, feel free to bring children). This is a chance for those who have been involved in the past to hand over the information and skills they have collected to those who want to organise the next one. You’re not making a massive commitment by coming along, feel free to come along if you just want to find out about more.
The filmhouse cafe is quite big, so if you can’t find us or just don’t know anyone then feel free to call 07988187031 and we will come find you!
Will be this Sunday (the 22nd) from 2-5 at 1b Greenhill Terrace in Bruntsfield (just off Whitehouse Loan). We’re going to be doing some basic British Sign Language, learning the alphabet, how to say our names, where we live, what we do and how to greet people.
If you want to learn some new skills in a relaxed and totally non-intimidating environment then we’d love to see you there.
‘I’m too lazy to run a marathon, and too much of a wimp to throw myself out of a plane. What I am good at is getting attention, and I have a very high embarrassment threshold’
The week of beard wearing will commence on the 20th of February, and Liz will keep a live blog of her experiences.
‘I am passionately committed to the fight against men’s violence towards women, hopefully when people ask me why the hell I have a fake beard on, I can tell them a bit about Reclaim the Night. I can use my attention seeking nature for good instead of evil’.
The beard challenge will be launched on the 18th of February, starting 7.30 at The Bowery with performances from raging eccentric Withered hand, the more ballsy Americana sound of glasgow based trio Sparrow and the Workshop and Fence collective favourite Jo Foster.
The money raised will be split between Reclaim the Night 2009, a march taking place on international women’s day, and Zero Tolerance an Edinburgh based organisation committed to tackling violence at its cause.