“We don’t have time to play anymore,” Celeste Scott said.
Some were serious. Others were as Pittsburgh as it gets.
|What||Gather Downtown for a march "in solidarity with communities most affected by racism, hate, intolerance and acts of violence being perpetuated throughout the nation — among many are communities of women who are immigrants, people of color, people who identify as LGBTQIA and people with disabilities."|
|Where||Pittsburgh City-County Building at 414 Grant St. (Downtown)|
|When||January 21, 2017 at 11:00 am to 1:00 pm|
Pittsburgh’s ‘sister march’ is still on, but there’s another, intersectional option on Saturday, too
The Pittsburgh “sister march” was taken off the national event’s website, but later added back.
They supported him during the campaign and are headed to D.C. to see the event “that solidifies all our hard work.”
The tentative plan is for the march to begin at the City-County Building.
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