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Dozens march to focus on girls

Inequality topic for world effort

(PATRICK DODSON / GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER)   Maryum Nazir, left, and Jade Jackson, right, both 10 years old and of Schenectady, lead a march with others from Girls Incorporated of the Greater Capital Region to Schenectady City Hall on Friday, October 11, 2013 as part of United Nations’ International Day of the Girl.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
(PATRICK DODSON / GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER) Maryum Nazir, left, and Jade Jackson, right, both 10 years old and of Schenectady, lead a march with others from Girls Incorporated of the Greater Capital Region to Schenectady City Hall on Friday, October 11, 2013 as part of United Nations’ International Day of the Girl.
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About two dozen girls marched to Schenectady City Hall late Friday afternoon in support of the International Day of the Girl. The march, which included supporters from Girls Inc., local chapters of Working Group on Girls and the Girl Scouts, state legislators and members of the Schenectady County Human Rights Commission, walked from the corner of State and Clinton streets to Jay Street and then on to City Hall. Along the way, the group of ...


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