Carlton Village students stand up to violence against women

News Nov 28, 2016 Bloor West Villager

The students of Carlton Village Junior and Senior Sports and Wellness Academy painted the town orange, spreading the United Nations' anti-violence movement.

The students walked down to 11 Division police station Friday morning Nov. 25 and strung up hundreds of orange balloons, orange ribbons and streamers on boulevard trees. They also wrote messages of hope, courage, perseverance and optimism on the sidewalk with chalk.

The event to “Colour the World Orange” was to commemorate the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

The event also included speeches by Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders, 11 Division unit commander Supt. Heinz Kuck, MP Julie Dzerowicz and principal Lorelei Eccleston.

 

Carlton Village students stand up to violence against women

News Nov 28, 2016 Bloor West Villager

The students of Carlton Village Junior and Senior Sports and Wellness Academy painted the town orange, spreading the United Nations' anti-violence movement.

The students walked down to 11 Division police station Friday morning Nov. 25 and strung up hundreds of orange balloons, orange ribbons and streamers on boulevard trees. They also wrote messages of hope, courage, perseverance and optimism on the sidewalk with chalk.

The event to “Colour the World Orange” was to commemorate the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

The event also included speeches by Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders, 11 Division unit commander Supt. Heinz Kuck, MP Julie Dzerowicz and principal Lorelei Eccleston.

 

Carlton Village students stand up to violence against women

News Nov 28, 2016 Bloor West Villager

The students of Carlton Village Junior and Senior Sports and Wellness Academy painted the town orange, spreading the United Nations' anti-violence movement.

The students walked down to 11 Division police station Friday morning Nov. 25 and strung up hundreds of orange balloons, orange ribbons and streamers on boulevard trees. They also wrote messages of hope, courage, perseverance and optimism on the sidewalk with chalk.

The event to “Colour the World Orange” was to commemorate the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

The event also included speeches by Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders, 11 Division unit commander Supt. Heinz Kuck, MP Julie Dzerowicz and principal Lorelei Eccleston.