“We show that we leave no one behind and fight for the rights of everyone: speak out against Islamophobia and racism, against queer hatred and discrimination, the dehumanization of refugees, the destruction of the cultural sector and the denial of the climate crisis.” according to the initiators. “Together we show that the vast majority of people do not want to live out of fear and hatred. They speak out in favor of a just climate policy, in favor of social security for everyone (not just for Henk and Ingrid) and in favor of the rule of law.”
In recent days, demonstrations have taken place in various cities following the election results. Dozens to hundreds of activists gathered in Tilburg, Nijmegen, Leiden and on Dam Square in Amsterdam, among others. “And now it is time for Den Bosch, the city that profiles itself as inclusive and hospitable, a city of equal opportunities and culture. The PVV is a party that consciously excludes and discriminates against groups and wants to “de-Islamize” the Netherlands. That is why we take to the streets together, together against hate.” is the call from Den Bosch Kan Het to participate.
Come to the town hall at the Den Bosch market on Sunday at 4 p.m.
Shoulder to shoulder.
Make your voice heard, show your solidarity!