One day after the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States, Geneva will join many other communities around the world by having a march and rally to affirm human rights, and to protest racism, fascism and oligarchy.
The Geneva Women’s March will begin at 11 AM at the Jardin Anglais and end about two hours later at Quai Wilson.
A separate event, the Solidarity for Humanity Rally, will begin at 2 PM just outside the United Nations campus at Place des Nations (the famous sculpture of the chair with a broken leg). There will be speeches and protest songs.
For more info and to show your support, see the group’s Facebook page.
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