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Around Prince George residents gathered at the 30th annual Take Back the Night event to honour the women who lost their lives to gender-based violence and to celebrate those who have survived. Local women marched down the streets of Prince George chanting and hollering to raise awareness for the issue before taking a minute of silence at the Courthouse in honour of women who lost their lives.
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Armstrong says awareness of the issue is extremely important, especially in light of the pandemic. A local all-women drum circle also attended the march and drummed songs all throughout the night. While all residents are invited to the event every year, only women and children participate in the walk.
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