Montrealers are taking to the streets. A Montreal protest against sexual violence will start at Parc La Fontaine on Sunday, July 19.\nAiming to bring awareness to sexual violence and abuse and to give voice to the survivors of assault, the protest's organizers, C'est Assez, hope "for a more secure, inclusive and just future."\nParticipants are asked to gather at Parc Lafontaine, to wear a mask, and respect social distancing measures.\nIf you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual assault, call the Assaulted Women's Helpline at 1-866-863-0511 or find them online here. You can also contact the Support Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Assault at 1-866-887-0015 or online here. For a list of resources by province, go here.\n"With this walk, we wish to educate the population and bring awareness on sexual assaults of any kind, such as sexual coercion, sexual harassment, sexual violence and rape culture as a whole," said the protest's organizers.\nEditor's Choice: Quebec Isn't Going To Extend The Salary Bonus Program For Essential Workers\n"We wish to democratize consent, support victims in a concrete way and educate the population about this societal issue."\nOver the past week, survivors across Quebec have spoken out against their abusers on social media in a wave that has reverberated across society.\nSeveral well-known Quebec celebrities have been accused of sexual assault, aggression, and misconduct.\nThe wave of sexual assault allegations in Quebec has prompted supportive responses from the province's politicians and even Premier François Legault's wife, Isabelle Brais.\nView this post on Instagram Je veux entendre les hommes! A post shared by Isabelle Brais (@isabelle_brais) on Jul 13, 2020 at 2:38pm PDT\nSpeaking directly to men, Brais said that she hopes men who claim to respect women"speak out against the actions of your deviant brothers, the very same ones who tarnish your reputation."\n"This demonstration is a collective movement against the Boys Club’s horrendous actions, as well as its silent witnesses," wrote the protest's organizers.\nPosted by C'est assez on Thursday, July 16, 2020\n"Because we are tired of the shortcomings in the justice system. Because we demand fair and inclusive justice for POC, trans, indigenous sisters and brothers and everyone else who feels alienated by our current society."\n"Because sex workers struggle to get the help they deserve in a system that already rejects them. Because we are exasperated and extenuated to feel invalidated, minimized and trivialized."\nPosted by C'est assez on Thursday, July 9, 2020\nA GoFundMe page has been set up for anyone who wishes to donate to C'est Assez and contribute to the demonstration.