Daley Plaza protest in defense of women's rights
August 26, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A protest in Daley Plaza related to the Republican National Convention was held on National Women's Equality Day.
Sunday, women in Chicago and across the country took to the streets in defense of women's rights.
Supporters are concerned about the Republican Party platform regarding abortion, which calls for a constitutional ban on abortion and does not provide exceptions for cases of incest and rape.
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