Creating a Respect Culture with #150waysiRespect

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In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday and the upcoming Westerner Days Parade, Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre (CASASC) is sharing #150waysiRespect with the community. The #150waysiRespect is a part of the ongoing #iRespect campaign which aims to promote a culture of respect everywhere.

In this campaign CASASC is encouraging the public to take social responsibility by showing what they respect before the parade on July 19 where some of the ideas will be showcased.

Anyone can share simply by posting what they respect on social media channels like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and by mentioning or tagging CASASC in their posts. They can also use the hashtags #150waysiRespect, #iRespect and #respectculture to show their support.

CASASC will be appearing as one of the parade entries, spreading awareness about respect culture and sharing some of the submitted #150waysiRespect ideas. Local Latin band Grupo Konga will be entertaining the crowd with festive beats as the float winds through the streets of downtown Red Deer. Not only will staff and volunteers from CASASC be participating and showing their respect but they will be joined by volunteers from the Central Alberta Theatre (CAT).