Women Gather in Capitol Rotunda on International Women's Day

March 08, 2018 07:05 PM

Thursday was International Women's Day. 

And in Minnesota, hundreds of women gathered in the State Capitol Rotunda, calling for an equal rights amendment to the state constitution.

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Elizabeth McLister brought along her 2-year-old daughter. While 102-year-old St. Paul native Carol Robertson was there as well.

"I have seen what women have gone through in my youth, and the advancements we've made until recently," she said. 'And I want to be sure we don't go back to those days." 


 

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Jessica Miles

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