Yesterday, March 8, the day of the Working Woman, men and women of our town gathered at the Rosales Cinema Auditorium to hear the manifesto of this very marked day.
There was talk of the need for a life with rights every day of the year, it was demanded that sexist violence be considered as a matter that concerns the State and the whole society, and there was also a denunciation of the violence that women suffer daily in All areas.
In addition, during the reading it was declared "We want to move freely in all public and private spaces, and at all hours and denounce the patriarchal justice that does not consider us full-fledged persons."
The manifesto also referred to the climate crisis that we live in "Women have a primary role in the fight against climate change and in the preservation of biodiversity, therefore, we are firmly committed to the food sovereignty of the people.", to the Immigration law and the immigration crisis.
During open mic time, the women of the Fundación Secretariado Gitano, took the opportunity to claim an effective equality between women and men, in which they did not discriminate on the grounds of ethnicity.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Calasparra