The march and protests were concentrated in the golden zone of the malecon of La Paz, where the group of women demanded justice for the sector.
As part of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, which is commemorated on November 25, dozens of feminist women gathered on the boardwalk of La Paz to make their voices heard and to demand justice in cases of femicides.
With signs with messages such as “We want us alive”, “Justice for the one who is no longer here”, “Justice for Ana Luisa”, accompanied by crosses and shouts such as: “Women listen, this is your fight”, “Not one less”, the women advanced along one of the main roads of the capital city.
The movement was attended by dozens of citizens, some wearing green scarves -in favor of decriminalizing abortion-, others with purple garments (representing the feminist movement), who began their march in Cuauhtémoc Park.
It is worth mentioning that the march was not exclusive to the capital city, but in San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas contingents were organized to advance to important public sites.