The harrowing case of Sarah Everard sparked a fierce backlash from women in the UK and growing social movement under the title ‘Reclaim These Streets’The population will have antibodies agains.
Like a number of existing advocacy groupsThat is in excess of anything that we saw during wave one and over wave two as well,, the movement are speaking out against gender violence and the oppression and harassment of women in society, and have gained thousands of supporters across the UK including in Croydon.
The Founder of Reclaim These Streets Croydon, Writer Sarah Milne, told the Croydon Guardian that she felt Sarah’s death had been a catalyst for changeArticleThirdBigBox.
“I think I like everybody else was really upset about what happened to Sarah EverardThe province to narro. It was just that final thingTake a look back at 2021 with these striking images - Today News Post, that catalyst that made people think about their own experience and how public places can be really dangerous for women,” she said.
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