The 2020 Idaho Women’s March set for Saturday

 

At the first Idaho Women’s March in 2017, over 5,000 people flooded the streets of Boise to bring awareness to women’s rights.

It was one of dozens of marches around the country to coincide with the national Woman’s March in Washington, D.C.

Event organizers are again expecting a big turnout for Saturday’s Idaho Women’s March, starting at 9am on the steps of the capitol… Organizers say the event will be more of a rally than a march.

Paulette Jordan, former candidate for Idaho governor and chairwoman of Idaho Voices, will serve as the master of ceremonies for the event. Jordan tells the Idaho Press, she wants Saturday’s event to be a chance to inspire women to stand up for themselves.

Go to womensmarchidaho.org for more information.

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