Women who have taken to the streets of major Latin American cities
The largest parades in America for International Working Women’s Day are being planned in major cities. In the Mexican capital, a march will take place starting at noon at the Monument to the Revolution, and at three o’clock in the afternoon the march will begin to the Zocalo, the central square.
In Colombia, demonstrations were called in Bogota, Medellín and Cali, among other cities. In the capital, a rally was called to the planetarium at nine in the morning. The march will start at three o’clock in the afternoon from the office of the Attorney General of the Nation and will reach the Center for Memory, Peace and Reconciliation.
In Brazil, the main concentrations will take place in Brasília, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. It will take place in the capital at four o’clock in the afternoon in the Ibero-American Cultural Hub (formerly Funarte), and will head to the Palazzo Buriti. in São Paulo, five o’clock in the afternoon, on Avenida Paulista; And in Rio, at four o’clock in the afternoon, in Candelaria.
In the Southern Cone, in Argentina, the march will begin at four o’clock in the afternoon, at the intersection between Avenida 9 de Julio and Avenida de Mayo, and will reach the National Convention. And in Santiago de Chile, the first call will be at three in the afternoon, in front of Centro Arte Alameda. Three hours later, at six o’clock, the procession will take place from Plaza Italia, also called Plaza Dignidad, to Los Heroes metro station.