Full Moon Memory Walk Thursday
THUNDER BAY – The Full Moon Memory Walk is Thursday September 19th. Under the light of the Full Moon, women will gather, support each other, and share. There will be a flag raising at City Hall, and then the walk will start. The walk is to remember the missing and murdered Aboriginal women.
In Thunder Bay, Sharon Johnson is the reluctant heroine who has keep the flame burning in the the city, and via social media is now reaching out to a wider audience.
As the Full Moon Memory Walk draws nearer, Sharon and Mary talk about the walk, about living with the memories of their missing loved ones, and how they get through their days.
Sharon and Mary Share Their Thoughts
FULL MOON MEMORY WALK & Flag-raising Ceremony
Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013
Flag-raising: 4:00 pm
Will proceed to walk following the flag-raising Meeting place: City Hall, 500 Donald St. East
Will take the following route: From City Hall down May St, turn right onto Victoria Ave, left onto Simpson St, right at the Pacific Ave bridge then proceed east on Pacific Ave up to 110th St where we will turn left until we reach the Neebing-McIntyre Floodway. Drum ceremony and feast upon reaching the Neebing-McIntyre Floodway at the end of the walk.
A sacred memorial walk in support of family and friends – To raise awareness for our vanished mothers, daughters, aunts, grandmothers
To honour the lives of our murdered sisters, nieces, granddaughters, our friends
Bring your flags and hand drums,
carry your signs and photos of loved ones.
For more info, contact Sharon: