44 Hours in

Posted: June 12, 2011 in Hunger Strike Participants' Blog

Fatigue and hunger are starting to set in. Waking up in the morning was harder than usual, but our motivation is strong. The lack of energy is much more obvious today, as many of us are lying down, too tired to walk around. Visitors continue to drop by, lending their support and distributing flyers. In a multicultural city like Toronto, many passers by shared their own experience with crimes against humanity.  A Ukrainian woman and a Croatian man spoke about the genocides in their own countries.  At 9:00 pm today, the Candlelight Vigil will take place in front of the Turkish Consulate of Toronto at 10 Lower Spadina St, on Queens Quay. Thank you to all those who came to support the initiative on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. See you again tonight!

  1. Tanya Tachdjian says:

    Wow you guys are amazing! So proud for all of you guys. For every hour, you guys are making a difference. God bless all of you!

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