Emiliana Guereca

executive director of Women’s March Los Angeles

Emiliana Guereca on KCRW

Tens of thousands of people are expected to gather this Saturday in downtown for the fourth annual Women’s March LA.

Why the Women’s March is still relevant

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The third Women’s March will take place across the nation this Saturday.

Why the Women’s March movement is fracturing

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