#icantkeepquiet day

On April 8th choirs and individuals will activate at 1pm in their respective time zones to sing out, speak up, and express themselves. You can participate both online and offline.

  1. Sing “Quiet” by yourself or with a choir.

  2. If you don’t sing, express yourself however you’d like (telling your story, dancing, painting, calling your mom or long lost friend to share something important to you). *Extra credit if you Facebook live yourself so MILCK can see it too!

  3. Post your experience with hashtag #ICANTKEEPQUIET and geographic location, so the world can join in on the healing! We will be surfing through the hashtags with location tags to share them on our ICKQ map afterwards.

#icantkeepquiet full on flash mob, Wellington

If you’re in Wellington on Tuesday April the 4th come to Meet Cuba Street, corner of Manners Mall at 12 noon to sing #icantkeepquiet.

Wellington Sexual Abuse HELP will be filming the flash mob as part of a video which will be used to support a ‘State of the Nation’ report on Sexual Violence ahead of the May 25 Budget.

The purpose of the Flash Mob is to stand in support of survivors of sexual abuse and the agencies that support them.

All are welcome – the Wellington HELP is committed to inclusivity and want to create a safe and welcoming space for people of all genders to participate.

Come and join the Wellington voices, led by Carol Shortis, in the singing of MILCK’s song.

Want to sing #icantkeepquiet in Auckland?

Please email Ros Britton here

Were you at Pride in Wellington?

You might have seen the Wellington singers and some Women’s March people there in support there. And the choir sang at the International Women’s Day breakfast in Wellington.

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