Thanks for the great support in 2002 from the BC Federation of Labour, BCGEU, BC Legislature, Bill Hartley Insurance, City of Victoria, iD2 Communications, Monday Magazine, Sunshine Communications, Victoria Folk Music Society and the Victoria Peace Centre. Each of these agencies have very generously supported this year's Walk.
...and to our other Donors
Ann Gower, Alison Acker, Alison Acker, Alison & Bounhens Phosy, Amnesty International Group 27, Angus Morton, Ann Gower, Bernice Levitz Packford, Birgit & Robert Bateman, Brita & Ann Sorensen, Conscience Canada, Council of Canadians (Victoria), Cultivating Communities, C.U.P.E. local 951, Dee Bailin, Ellen Conway, Felix & Eva Lion, Francis Thibeau, Dr. Fred Knelman, Fred Salmon, Global Village Store, Greater Victoria Teachers' Assn., Greg Morley, Helina Egerdee, Ida Weisse, Mrs. J. Rutherford, Jane Brett, Joyce Lydiard, Lifecycles, Margaret Argue, Margaret Fear, Mary Sandford, Marya Nyaland, Milnor Alexander, Pamela Odgers, Peter Golden, Philip Symons, Robert Sutherland, Sacred Heart Parish Social Justice Committee, Shirley Fyles, Sisters of St. Anne, Thelma Macmurchie, Unitarian Church of Victoria Social Responsibility Committee, University of Victoria, Victoria Peace Coalition, VIPIRG, Women for Women in Afghanistan, World Federalists of Canada (Victoria).
Thank You to the Performers
The following great musicians and entertainers helped in the Walk's benefits and from the Walk stage in 2002: Calvin Karens, The Clover Point Drifters, Dan Wiesenburgere, Dave Harris, Denis Donnelly, The Ecclestons, Jeremy Walsh, John & Bruce McBain, Kitangus, Oliver Swain and Rick Van Krugal.
In addition to the above, BC Anti-Prohibition League, BCGEU Area Cross Component Committee, Canada Tibet Committee, Canadian Action Party, Conscience Canada, CUPE, Local 374, Fairfield Conversations, Greater Victoria Compost Education Centre, Health Sciences Association, Hospital Employees' Union, International Socialists, International Year of the Tiger Foundation, The Sisters of Saint Ann, Social Responsibility Committee of the First Unitarian Church of Victoria, International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movements, International Socialists, and the World Federalists of Canada.
Add your name to this rapidly growing list by contacting the Walk at the address above.
...and Last But Not Least, The Organizers!
The 2002 Walk for Global Justice would not be possible without the tremendous efforts of many volunteers: Alan Rycroft, Andre Bueno, Andrea, Andrew Swain, Freda Knott, Indu Vashist, Justine Dawson, Kealey Pringle, Kim Toombs, Larry, Lynn Aurora, Melissa Klingler, Oliver Swain, Scott, Shane Calder, Sharmeen Kahn, Stephan Jacob , Steve Filipovic, Tim Boultbee, Valerie Elliott and Will Alvarez.
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