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Second Annual ‘Reproductive Justice March’ Scheduled For October 8

State College’s second annual Reproductive Justice March will be held on Saturday, October 8, at the Allen Street Gates.

The rally begins at 1 p.m. and will run until 3 p.m. It will serve as a sister march to the national rally in Washington, D.C., ahead of the midterm elections.

The event is sponsored by Paul Takac for State Representative, Centre Safe, Penn State’s Gender Equity Coalition, State College Borough Council President Jesse Barlow, and State College Area School Board Member Peter Buck.

“Women and people who can give birth demand our rights,” Takac wrote on his website. “People all around the country are uniting for a fall of reckoning. We will not sit back and accept the attacks on our families, our future, and our freedom. And since October 8th marks 30 days until Election Day, we’re more fired up than ever to elect more women and pro-choice candidates around the country — we’re ready for change!”

Participants are encouraged to bring signs, wear comfortable shoes, and bring a friend. You can RSVP through Mobilize.

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