100 Women, and Many Others, Join Pope Francis in Support of Working People and Immigrants

September 25, 2015

As Pope Francis was making his way to Washington, D.C., 100 women, inspired by his messages of justice for working people and immigrants, marched 100 miles from the York Detention Center in Pennsylvania. Other working people from various walks of life also joined in to help amplify and celebrate the message that the pope has brought to the world—the lives and struggles of working people, no matter where they live, are one of the most important challenges that we face. 

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