Bridges Against Hate: March and Rally Against Racism, Hate, and Discrimination
Around 200 people took part in Bridges Against Hate on March 27th. The march and rally began at Wong’s Benevolent Association at 10242 96 Street. From there, participants walked to Churchill Square for a program of speakers talking of their lived experiences with racism, hate, and discrimination. Bridges Against Hate was organized by a coalition of community organizations including Asian, Black, Indigenous, Muslim, and LGBTQ2S+ representation. Similar rallies took place on the same day in Calgary and Lethbridge.