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Hundreds gather for third annual Women’s March in Downtown El Paso

Hundreds gather for third annual Women’s March in Downtown El Paso

Alexia Nava, Reporter January 21, 2019

https://youtu.be/mabQ6Fs80CA The third annual Women’s March took place at San Jacinto Plaza in downtown El Paso, Saturday Jan. 19. The event held close to 600 people and featured music, poetry, speeches and demands of the El Paso citizens to the...

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El Paso high school students march toward San Jacinto Plaza in downtown El Paso as they participate in the national March For Our Lives on Saturday, March 24.

March For Our Lives rally takes over downtown El Paso

Elenie Gonzalez and Michaela Román March 24, 2018

Hundreds of demonstrators including students, educators and parents took the streets of downtown El Paso in unison with the national March For Our Lives movement. The El Paso march was just one of at least 846 other planned protests across the globe on...

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Two participants in the Womens March El Paso 2018 hold signs at Centennial Plaza.

Women’s march returns with an emphasis on voting

Michaela Román, Editor-in-Chief January 21, 2018

In a sea of signs and "pussy hats," hundreds women and allies commemorated the one-year anniversary of the nationwide Women's March on Sunday, Jan. 21. This year organizers of the El Paso March wanted to turn last year's "Hear our Voice" message into...

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Women’s March: “Power to the Polls” edition

Michaela Román, Editor-in-Chief January 18, 2018

On Sunday, Jan. 21, El Paso women will come together with allies to represent a broad group of unified interests that affect women including the current presidential administration and the importance of voting as they aim to dismantle systems of oppression...

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Thousands took the streets of El Paso for Women’s March on the Border

Michaela Román, Editor-in-Chief January 21, 2017

In solidarity with the 500,000 participants of the Women's March to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., over 1,000 El Pasoans and Juarenses came together for the Women's March on the Border. Supporters of equal rights for women marched from Armijo Park...

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