An estimated 15,000 people gathered in Seneca Falls on Saturday for Women March in Seneca Falls on Saturday, January 20, 2018, an event created to unite people in the modern fight for equality. A number of speakers, including Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul and Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren participated in the event.
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Lead organizer of Women March in Seneca Falls and former Mayor of Auburn, NY Melina Carnicelli is in-studio as a guest on the Melissa Killeleagh Show to talk about Saturday’s event in Seneca Falls and her life and career journey.
The event started with a rally at the park at 10 am, which was followed by a long march around Seneca Falls, before concluding at the The First Presbyterian Church on Cayuga Street. The event saw 30 speakers, which included Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner. She might have been the featured speaker, but multiple poets, musicians, and others added their own touches to a unique event. Watch the post-march rally speakers inside the Presbyterian Church on Cayuga Street in Seneca Falls…