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Malindi dances today to say no to violence against women

The flash mob One Billion Rising in Uhuru Garden at 4pm

14-02-2017 by redazione

It's a group of Italian women, headed by Rita Valentini, to organize in Malindi each year the "Flash Mob" against violence against women, which takes place simultaneously in the streets around the world.
It is a choreography to the tune of a song, "Break the chain" (Breaking the chains).
The Malindian choreography this year will be staged in Uhuru Garden, the square of the change, to 16.30.
For 2017, the campaign slogan of One Billion Rising is solidarity: solidarity against the exploitation of women, solidarity against racism and sexism still present around the world. Meanwhile, they are enjoying much interest workshops involving teachers and students of dance schools, as well as teachers and students of some secondary schools in the city to reflect on the theme of violence against women and to learn together the One Billion Rising choreography: a dance collective held around the world as a testimony to the commitment and the deep desire to stop by any means cultural, legal and civil violence against women and girls.
Begun in 2013, the mobilization was the brainchild of American writer Eve Ensler, founder of V-Day movement. Year after year ONE BILLION RISING saw growing membership globally, opening up a new debate on the rights, racism, economic inequality and war declared on the bodies of women around the world.

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