Annalisa Ramnarain

Washington Square Park, March 8, 2017.

Feminist advocacy is sometimes seen as separate from, or even contrary to, broad-based movements for economic justice. Whether that’s sometimes true or not, it’s clearly not a dis that fits International Women’s Day, which traces its history to turn-of-the-20th-Century labor organizing and, in more recent U.S. incarnations, emphasizes bread-and-butter issues like pay equity and the centrality of women’s empowerment to broader economic development.

When New Yorkers gathered in Washington Square Park on Wednesday night, Annalisa Ramnarain—a full-time college student who also holds down a job and interns at City Limits—was there with her camera. Here’s what she captured:

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