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Historical marker & mural dedication for 1937 antifascist women's march

Photo c/o Manny Leto
A new Ybor City mural commemorates Tampa’s antifascist women’s march of 1937.
The mural is on the western wall of the Ybor City Development Corporation building near the corner of Seventh Avenue and 20th Street, a block away from Dirty Shame dive bar and 7th+Grove. From left to right, it features three women: Dolores Ibárruri who rallied against Franco, Guatemalan labor organizer Luisa Moreno, and McNamara’s great aunt, Margot Falcón Blanco who was born in Ybor City.

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