No to violence, yes to love

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

© Wendy Marijnissen

Here’s a little photographic impression of the Antwerp One Billion Rising walk from the new Palace of Justice to the city center of Antwerp.
I’ve met some wonderful people during the march and almost everyone we talked to along the way supported the wonderful message everyone carried out today.
No to violence, yes to love.

I was however incredibly annoyed and disgusted really, that the city offices didn’t allow for a walk on the main streets where lots of people could hear this important message. Instead they made us walk on the city’s main axes where mostly cars chase by and where there’s hardly anybody out to hear our message. And instead of letting us walk on the main shopping street they made us walk the parallel street where again mostly cars race by. Shame on them…

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One thought on “No to violence, yes to love

  1. Reblogged this on Fabulous Feminine Flanders and commented:
    Met dank aan Wendy Marijnissen voor de mooie reportage.

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