Routes, schedules and road alternatives

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Various marches and rallies are expected this Thursday, September 28, 2023 in the streets and avenues of Mexico City, within the framework of the “Global Day of Action for Access to Legal, Free, Safe and Free Abortion 28#S”.

The activists will carry out various artistic activities, raise slogans, and close streets to advance their contingents at various times and points in the country's capital. Here are the most important ones.

11:00 am.

In the so-called Glorieta de las Mujeres que Luchan, located on Paseo de la Reforma Avenue, number 96, Tabacalera neighborhood, members of Amnesty International Mexico will meet, they will carry out various artistic activities that transmit the message: Human rights are non-negotiable! Because deciding about our body is a political act.”

2:00 p.m.

At that time at the same point 'Women sowing equality - The Mx Constituents' will meet, this is a group of Catholics for the right to decide Mexico. Just like the Information Group on Chosen Reproduction (GIRE), also 'Pan y Rosas', a teaching and normalist group who call themselves free and combative.

3:00 p.m.

From the so-called Glorieta de las Mujeres que Chan will begin a march towards the Zócalo of Mexico City, the participants will demonstrate to demand that abortion be removed from all penal codes and its access be guaranteed to women, trans men, people non-binary and other people with the capacity to gestate.

In addition, they will ask for comprehensive sexual education in higher education, the right to decide, contraceptives for all, and freedom for prisoners to abort.

At the same time at the Ángel de la Independencia another march will also leave for the Zócalo.

It is planned that other contingents will meet at these points:

Road alternatives:

  • To the East: Eje 1 Norte, Chapultepec Avenue, Río de la Loza and Fray Servando Teresa de Mier.
  • To the West: José María Izazaga, Arcos de Belén and Chapultepec Avenue
  • Lázaro Cárdenas Central Axis
  • José María Izazaga
  • Insurgentes Avenue


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