This Saturday: March for Reproductive Justice in San Francisco

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March for Reproductive Justice: Saturday, May 14, 11 AM at Grove & Hyde St

Join us and our friends at Women’s March San Francisco for a march for reproductive justice on Saturday, May 14 at 11 AM.

Line up will start at 10:45 AM at Grove & Hyde, and the march will start at 11 AM sharp. We will march down Market to Embarcadero Plaza.

There will be no rally or speakers at this event. Please wear your mask. Everyone who supports the reproductive rights of all people is welcome!

For more information, see their event page at https://womensmarchsf.org/march-logistics-2022.

We stand for people’s right to bodily autonomy and the freedom of reproductive choice. We hope you come to this March, and join us in continuing the fight for reproductive justice.

Keep Fighting,

The Indivisible SF Team

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