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Alberni violence against women march

Annie Ross-Watts is one of more than 100 people who walked from the Tseshaht Administration building to Victoria Quay as part of the national Sisters in Spirit Campaign, last Thursday afternoon. The event was held across the country to raise awareness of the high rates of violence against Aboriginal women in Canada. - SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
Annie Ross-Watts is one of more than 100 people who walked from the Tseshaht Administration building to Victoria Quay as part of the national Sisters in Spirit Campaign, last Thursday afternoon. The event was held across the country to raise awareness of the high rates of violence against Aboriginal women in Canada.
— image credit: SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
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