this year's event schedule, click here!
The Walk for Global Justice is more than just a Walk. It's
a protest, a celebration, and a day for the whole community.
During the walk, peace keepers ensure the safety of the marchers. They
direct walkers along the parade route and ensure that traffic is halted.
If there is any disturbance on the route, peace keepers are present to
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Fuel Free Parade
Skate, cycle, scoot! Cyclists, skateboarders, roller bladers, and folks
on scooters and wheelchairs are welcome to gather on Saturday morning
before the Walk to demonstrate the multitude of ways there are to transport
oneself without using fossil fuels.
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Many various musicians performed on this day, playing anything from folk
to electronic music. The walk has also always had speakers on three subjects:
peace, the environment, and social justice. This year will be no different.
Come to this page later on to see our line-up.
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This is a place where kids can learn about and become involved in the
issues in their own way. There are crafts, stories and workshops, all
from a children's perspective.
The children's tent is a parent participation area; children under 8 years
of age must be supervised at all times.
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This is a place where ideas and inspiration are developed with activist
tools. Workshops, discussions and other activities focus on getting involved.
From training in direct action tactics and street medic first aid, to
workshops provided by community groups on pertinent local and global issues,
the action tent you feeling informed and empowered.
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A number of concerned organizations will host tables on the lawn of the
legislature. Browsing these tables is a great way to learn about these
organizations and their issues.
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