RECLAIM THE NIGHT BRIGHTON IS BACK! COME WALK, ROLL, SKATE, DANCE AND CHANT DOWN THE STREETS OF BRIGHTON TO REMIND THIS CITY THAT WE HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO WALK SAFELY AT NIGHT.
Last year over 500 people came together to take a stand against gender based violence. Join us again to reclaim the night in Brighton. Show those who would deny us the right to walk the streets without fear that they are not welcome in our city. We won’t go away until we win. Are you with us?
Reclaim the Night Brighton is open to people of all genders. Our march is trans* inclusive and we welcome those working in the sex industry to join us in the fight for safer streets. Families are also welcome. A buddy system will be in place for those who don’t want to walk alone.
We’ll be starting at Brighton train station and ending at the rally point. For those who think they’ll be marching at a slower pace there will be the option of space at the front of the march.
The march will be followed by a rally, which will be held in a fully accessible venue. We are working on a fantastic and inspiring line up of speakers and entertainment (further details to be announced). Please note that no alcohol is allowed inside the rally venue.
THE AFTER PARTY
We very exited to announce that this year Traumfrau are hosting our Reclaim the Night after party! Join us at Latest Music Bar to dance the night away. Please note this event is for over 18’s only. More details to be announced.
Despite our best efforts, we were unable to find a fully accessible venue for the after party. The first floor of this venue will be wheelchair accessible, but there are no accessible toilets.
If you’d like to get involved in organising or stewarding Reclaim the Night Brighton you can post a message on Facebook, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or come along to one of our meetings! Brighton Feminist Collective meets every Thursday 7-9 – everyone is welcome who agrees with our statement of intent, which can be found on our facebook page.
If you want to donate to Reclaim the Night Brighton, you can do so here: link
You can watch a short video about last year’s march and the Brighton Feminist Collective here: link
Please keep checking here in the coming weeks for further details about the march, rally and after party.
I will be at this!