PICTURES: All Black Attire In Protest Against Sexual Violence Perpetrated By Soldiers Gains Regional Attention

The #BlackWednesday call for women in Zimbabwe to wear all black clothing has gained traction. The call to wear all black is being organised by TsimbaKadzi with the aim of highlighting the wanton abuse of women and to stop the sexual violence being perpetrated by soldiers against women. CYECE MALAWI, an NGO in Malawi tweeted today in support:

As we are aware of the riots in Zimbabwe, the military is abusing and raping a woman. So today is Black Wednesday as a way to speak out against the rising cases of rape. As CYECE staff we agreed to wear black as a sign of solidarity.


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Here are pictures of other organisations and individuals that have supported the call.

https://twitter.com/SwedeninZW/status/1090586712168955904

 

https://twitter.com/NewsDayZimbabwe/status/1090592937438838786

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One Comment on “PICTURES: All Black Attire In Protest Against Sexual Violence Perpetrated By Soldiers Gains Regional Attention

  1. Hats off to whoever was responsible for calling for this show of solidarity with the women and girls whose dignity was violated by senseless and callous members of our army and police. However, should there be another call, please do not restrict to women. There are many men who are horrified by the heinous acts of their gender.

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