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Del Norte women will hundreds of thousands worldwide seeking an end to violence and equal rights for everyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, immigration status and race. Both marches will have police protection, said Lynn Szabo, one of the local organizers.
The Washington Post reported Friday that though Virginia is the 38th state to ratify the amendment, the minimum required to enact it, there are legal disputes over whether the time for ratification. According to Szabo, part of the national march will focus on setting aside the deadlines established for ratification of the ERA.
For Szabo, one of the unity principles she will focus on is environmental justice. Before the march, speakers will talk about the historic figures that have inspired them and will discuss how they plan to address the specific issues they are concerned about.
Szabo said she was inspired by indigenous women who continue to fight climate injustice. She said she will minimize her air travel this year and cut down on the amount of meat she consumes. Congress, Jared Huffman, who continues to address the climate crisis.
There will also be several groups tabling. Open Door will be there as well as teen advocates focusing on gender and queer issues, she said.
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