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“This isn’t just a trend for us”: why New York women went on strike, in their own words
The crowd at the International Women’s Day Rally at Washington Square Park is ready to keep fighting. NEW YORK, NY — A little more than a century ago, the tragic deaths of 145 garment workers — most of whom were women, many immigrants — became a rallying cause for America’s burgeoning labor movement. The crowd, awash in red, stood with handmade signs blasting everything from President Donald Trump to monochromatic feminism as it waited for the signal to march down to Zuccotti Park, the site of the 2011 Occupy Wall Street demonstration. Read more