Women March On For Justice

. March 1, 2019.
Women March on for Justice

Take equality to the streets and unite area women during the Women March on for Justice on Saturday, March 16th. Held in celebration of Women’s History Month, this inclusive rally and walk is organized to be a peaceful and accessible event with ASL interpreters and an ADA section. Meet at the Diag on the University of Michigan campus at 1:30pm for sign-making, organization info and to sing folk and protest music with others before the 2pm rally. A speaker list is in progress and will be announced prior to the event.

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