Join us this Sunday, Mar. 28: Rally Against Anti-Asian Hate
Please join us this Sunday:
This Sunday, March 28, at 2pm, the Council of Newcomer Organizations in cooperation with the Afacte Charity Foundation (Canada) will hold a rally against Anti-Asian Hate at Queen’s Park to protest discrimination against Asians, mourn the victims of the Atlanta shooting in the US, support Asian Americans and Canadians, and call attention to the growing discrimination against Asians during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is part of the cross-Canada rally that will also take place in Vancouver and Calgary at the same time.
Meeting place: 8365 Woodbine Ave. Markham
Time: 12:30pm We will leave promptly at 1:00pm to be at Queen’s Park together at 2:00pm.
Rallying place: Queen’s Park
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR VEHICLES
Limited by the total number of vehicles (there is no limit to the number of people in the vehicle), you MUST register before you can participate in Vehicle Rally. Please contact the organizer to register: 416-727-9990
In order to follow COVID-19 restrictions, please do not leave your vehicle and if you have questions, please contact one of the organizers. Please respect all COVID-19 rules.
Please drive safely and be wary of the distance between your car and the one in front of you.
Organizer printed signs:
- Stop Asian Hate. Unity Against Discrimination
- Say No To Racism. We Build Canada Together.
If you’re making your own signs, suggested slogans:
- Say No To Racism
- Unity Against Discrimination
- End Violence Towards Asians
- We Build Canada Together
- Rest In Peace and Power
- We are not Virus! Discrimination is!
- Protect Asian Women
- Stop Anti-Asian Racism! Stop Misogyny!
- End Violence Against Asian Women Now!
- Asian Rights Are Human Rights!
- Make Toronto Racism-Free!
Make Ontario Racism-Free!
Make Canada Racism-Free!
- Time to TRULY Prosecute Hate! No More Denial, No More Delay!
- Racism Has No Place in Canada.
Vancouver Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/469438650865818
Disclaimer: All participants in this rally are voluntary participants. Please be peaceful and stay safe during the rally. Individuals are responsible for their own actions and safety.
2. Toronto Solidarity Rally Against Anti-Asian Hate