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Women's Day March & Rally

As proposed by German activist Clara Zetkin, the first ever International Women’s Day took place in 1911 and brought together more than a million men and women to campaign for women’s rights to work, vote and hold public office. Now a global celebration that takes shape in thousands of events, IWD recognizes the “economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future.” Following a theme of “Women Telling Our Stories,” SA’s 25th annual event steps off from Plaza del Zacate (500 W. Houston St.) and culminates with a rally featuring speakers and music by local accordion queen Eva Ybarra at Travis Park (301 E. Travis St.).

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