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Home | News | Story in Many Pics: 2019 Women’s March El Paso
Over 1,000 women, men and children gathered Saturday morning for the Women's March 2019 held at San Jacinto Plaza. Speakers, music and other entertainment was provided before and after the march.

Story in Many Pics: 2019 Women’s March El Paso

Under a crystal-clear West Texas sky, El Pasoans gathered to march through Downtown El Paso as part of the nation-wide Women’s March.

With scores of groups from different walks of life, the participants were entertained by dancing groups, musical performances and informed about topics, with keynote speaker Congresswoman Veronica Escobar capping the event.  Her predecessor, Beto O’Rourke and wife Amy were also in attendance.

As part of our coverage, photographer Ruben R. Ramirez captured the events and we bring you his view of the march with this ‘Story in Many Pics.’

Over 1,000 women, men and children gathered Saturday morning for the 2019 Women’s March held at San Jacinto Plaza. Speakers, music and other entertainment was provided before and after the march.

Gallery courtesy Ruben R. Ramirez – Special to the El Paso Herald Post

 

 

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