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Marchers support International Women’s Day

TRE GREAVES, tregreaves@nationnews.com

Added 08 March 2018


Some of the participants in this morning’s International Women’s Day March organised by the Gender Equality Committee of the Barbados Workers Union (BWU) (Photo by Reco Moore)

Scores of women and men are marching through Bridgetown in support of International Women’s Day.

The annual march which was organised by the Gender Equality Committee of the Barbados Workers Union, (BWU) left Solidarity House just after 10 a.m.

Many of the participants came armed with placards and they are dressed in purple and orange in support of the cause. (TG)



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