SF walk against rape

From the May-June 2018 issue of News & Letters

Photo by: Urszula Wislanka for News & Letters.

San Francisco, Calif.—Several hundred people participated in the 13th annual San Francisco Walk Against Rape on April 7. Many were survivors of rape. There was a large contingent of youth from City College of San Francisco and an especially visible presence of Transgender folks. A favorite chant, shouted with feeling during the two-mile march, was: “Tell me what community looks like?! This is what a community looks like! Tell me what an activist looks like! This is what an activist looks like! Tell me what a survivor looks like! This is what a survivor looks like! Tell me what an ally looks like! This is what an ally looks like! Tell me what a community looks like! This is what a community looks like!”

—Urszula Wislanka

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