‘Invisibles’ will march for equal rights in San José on Saturday morning

June 16, 2012

Equal rights activists are planning their first organized protest against Justo Orozco’s election as president of the Human Rights Commission in the Legislative Assembly. Already 5,000-plus people say they plan to attend the demonstration, according to the Marcha de Invisibles Facebook page.

What: The Invisibles March – For a Free and Equal Costa Rica

Where: Parque Central, in downtown San José

When: 9 a.m., Saturday

More Info:www.facebook.com/events/244811268958529

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