WE MARCH TO RECLAIM OUR SPACE, OUR BODIES AND TO PUT AN END TO SEXUAL VIOLENCE
Reclaim the Night is an annual march in Cambridge and other places across the country. It is a night rooted in the struggles of sex workers. It is a night intended to reclaim bodily autonomy and space that is often stolen from us by gendered and sexual violence. It is a night to walk the streets without fear of persecution.
This march is for women and those who have woman as part of their gender identity. Children of all genders are welcome.
We welcome and encourage members of the public and community groups to march with us. There will be rallying speeches on Parker's Piece, followed by a march through Cambridge and a vigil. You are welcome to attend whichever parts of the evening work for you.
Become a Steward! Sign up for steward training here:
Training 1 - 13th February 6pm-7pm
Training 2 - 15th February 6pm - 7pm
18:00 - Assemble on Parker's Piece
18:10 - Rally and speeches
18:30 - March begins
19:30 - Vigil begins
More details to follow.
Access statement: Reclaim the Night is organised in a way that means people can access different parts of the event depending on their requirements.
Rally: the rally will be standing and there will not be seating available
March: the march will be led by a delegation of disabled students who will set the pace for the march. there will be stewards who are trained in responding to access requirements, and exit points for people who need to leave the march
Please check out our Facebook event here!