The Women’s March on 21 January 2017 was only the second time that I have “marched in protest.” The first was in 2003 to protest the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Photos of Seattle March / Signs
News stories and inspiration
Perhaps the most inspirational moment post-March this week was watching Full Frontal With Samantha Bee on Wednesday night when she featured MILCK and the George Washington University Sirens singing a cappella. #iCantKeepQuiet
ICYMI, here's your resistance anthem by @MILCKMUSIC @GWSirens and @CapitalBlend. Music and pink yarn are mightier than the sword. pic.twitter.com/IxRBdNpAGx
— Full Frontal (@FullFrontalSamB) January 27, 2017
I marched in Seattle on Jan 21 to honor my mother, to continue the work of Susan B. Anthony in our slow crawl towards equality, to support those deprived of power by genes or the roll of the birth die.
My stories about the March
- Women’s March, a reflection
- Advice for Women’s March participants
- Women’s March Seattle, January 21
- Women march across Washington State on January 21