Human Rights, Solidarity with Women

Join us on March 8 to Celebrate International Women’s Day!

Join us to celebrate International Women’s Day. We will celebrate the women who have never stopped fighting for equality and freedom in places like Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan.

Date: Saturday March 8, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm
Place: Lafayette Park, Washington DC (across the street from the White House)
Organizer: Mission Free Iran
Contact information: Maria Rohaly (; (240) 812-9234)

3:00 Opening Statement: March 8: From its origins to today (Leila)
3:10 Reading of the poetry of Forough Farrokhzad (Sahar)
3:20 On women’s equality (Asghar & Ahmad Fatemi)
3:30 Singing of Marzieh Oskouei’s “I’m a Woman” (Latifeh)
3:40 Statement from Women’s Alliance for Change in Iran (Shirin Nariman)
3:50 Closing statement from Mission Free Iran (Maria Rohaly)

“Women’s freedom is neither Eastern nor Western – it is universal!”
— Iranian women in the March 8 1979 March against Mandatory Hijab, Tehran, Iran


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