International Women's Day Strike In Capital Federal

jantango

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Join the mass of women around the world on March 8 by going to the national Congress building (14 hs) and walk with thousands to Plaza de Mayo at 17 hs.


http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1978158-ni-una-menos-prepara-un-paro-internacional-por-los-derechos-de-las-mujeres

http://www.lacapital.com.ar/las-mujeres-haran-un-paro-mundial-marzo-n1326840.html

https://www.facebook.com/Ni-una-menos-351635908360931/?fref=ts

http://www.resumenlatinoamericano.org/2017/01/23/argentina-llamamiento-al-paro-internacional-de-mujeres-8-de-marzo-2017/

http://www.nuevamujer.com/mujeres/actualidad/todos/un-dia-sin-mujeres-el-mundo-vivira-la-huelga-internacional-de/2017-02-12/144432.html

http://www.lavoz.com.ar/ciudadanos/se-viene-un-paro-internacional-de-mujeres-para-el-8-de-marzo



https://www.womensmarch.com/
 

jantango

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Wednesday, March 8 is a big day for women's rights in Argentina.

http://www.thebubble.com/the-world-will-tremble-argentina-to-participate-in-international-womens-strike/

WHERE AND WHEN

In Buenos Aires, the strike will kick off at 12 PM with a ruidazo (banging of pots and pans) and at 5 PM, protesters will march from the Obelisco to the Plaza de Mayo, according to Ni Una Menos. The longstanding demand for the decriminalization of abortion and an end to femicides are expected to form the central pillars of the Argentine platform.
 

jantango

Registered
the location in The Bubble article above is incorrect. The March is from CONGRESO to PLAZA DE MAYO, not from the Obelisco.

12 hs. assemble at Congress and make lots of noise

17 hs march from Congress to the Plaza de Mayo in front of the Casa Rosado, walking down Avenida de Mayo all the way.
 

mmoon

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The longstanding demand for the decriminalization of abortion and an end to femicides are expected to form the central pillars of the Argentine platform.
Is it so hard to read the post before you ask questions that have already been answered? It's not such a long one!
 
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