A walk for justice begins at a most symbolic place

Aboriginal human-rights activist Gladys Radek and more than three dozen other supporters of missing women began the long journey to Prince Rupert on Thursday, starting a “March for Justice” that will take them through the interior of British Columbia and on to Prince Rupert, all in a bid to continue to maintain interest in the missing women of the Highway of Tears.

Ms. Radek and her fellow marchers begin their journey from the site of one of British Columbia’s most horrific murder scenes, as they left the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre destined for the infamous Pickton farm, the site of a number of murders, with Vancouver pig farmer has been charged with killing 20 women and convicted in the deaths of a further six…

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