For the second year in a row, I went to the Women's March in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
San Juan Women's March
A significant march especially when it has been 6 months after Hurricane Maria and so much is still to be finished and even started towards an acceptable recovery.
I had the opportunity to spend time with many of my heroes when it comes to fighting for the well being of the Island.
These heroes are the women who were up since early hours of the morning dealing with the many hurdles our current government hands us.
My daughter got to enjoy the beats of the drums, some activities created to teach our future generations about gender equality, and be in the presence of many who I am glad they serve as role models.
Special Thanks for the Free Meals for the Participants
Especially our friends Isa and Stephanie who co-own Peace N Loaf a Vegan Pizzeria and decided to make 400 Free meals for the participants of the march.
Last year I was able to eat after a full day of covering the different events as a volunteer thanks to them.
Isa is also an entrepreneur I admire and consider a role model for my daughter.
Count Me in for the Long Fight
To the many other women fighting for Puerto Rico and Equal Rights, I thank you and I am here as an ally to continue fighting towards a better Puerto Rico.
Below are a few images of what I captured today!
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