Women’s rights march held in Rapid City

RAPID CITY, S.D. —  The Women’s March, an event advocating for women’s rights, was held in Rapid City on Saturday.

The march started at Central High School and the group of both men and woman marched to Memorial Park’s band shell. Women’s March advocates for women’s rights such as equal pay, health care and workplace equality.

“We are really about women’s bodies being their own and respecting that human rights are women’s rights. We are really covering a vast amount of women’s issues and having women exist in an equal world.” said Callan Baxter, local organizer.

Over 50 people came out in support of the march which was put on by the National Organization For Women.

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