Women’s March in El Paso

Life of an El Paso Woman

Hi everyone! Someone once said “A strong woman stands up for herself. A stronger woman stands up for everyone else.” Although I didn’t attend the bigWomen’s March in Washington D.C. or Austin, I attended the Boundless Across Borders/El Paso’s Women’s March on Saturday afternoon. I had the opportunity to join 1,000 others here. More than 4 million participated in 673 marchesworldwide. This was the first time I’ve everattended a march and it was incredibly empowering. Why did I decide to march?

wp-1485065745801.jpgNative Americans/Mexican Natives perform a dance and prayer before the march.

wp-1485065229963.jpgArmijo Park in Segundo Barrio (Second Ward).

wp-1485065193820.jpgCold weather, rain or wind didn’t stop this crowd!

wp-1485051094834.jpg❤ this sign!

Sí se puede! (Yes we can!)

Because I want women to have access to free birth control, the right tochoose alegalabortion procedurewithout any questions being asked(a personshould havethe right to choose what they want to do with their…

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