Approximately 50 marched for women’s rights in Conshohocken

Approximately 50 people took part in “The March for Women’s Rights” on July 16th in Conshohocken. The march was in response to the recent United States Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.

The group met at the Conshohocken Train Station and then walked up the western side of Fayette Street to Conshohocken’s Borough Hall. At the corner of West 4th Avenue and Fayette Street, there were a few speakers. Thanks to Jim Greipp/ Pau Hana Productions for the photographs.