Salt lives in Osh and she knows that the idea of declaring an International Women’s Day started in 1908, when thousands of women marched in New York and asked for a shorter working program, a better salary and the right to vote. Together with a group called The New Rhythm, she organised a demonstration that they called “The Peaceful March” to celebrate a day to remind us that we still have rights we need to fight for! Her resistance has the rythm of a feminist hymn and this is how her story is told by Andra Barangă – a Romanian Roma singer.
Andra Barangă is a singer and actress. She comes from a family of musicians. She was the semifinalist in the 2020 edition of X Factor Romania. She shares that she has immense interest in everything that is art, music represents her and she tries to bring a splash of originality in all the other arts that she comes across. This is the reason why she got involved in the Girls’ Resistance project and gave acting a go.