Today was awesome. Protesting awareness of women’s rights, was just one of many issues being called out today. Being able to protest with my family was a great highlight of the day. My son held up until we broke from the crowd before hitting Trump Tower. Below are just a few images of many .
Woman’s March On New York
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10 thoughts on “Woman’s March On New York”
Reblogged this on Espiritu en Fuego/A Fiery Spirit and commented:
I was not able to be there but I salute all the people who participated!! We the People will make Our Voices Heard!!
I saw this on DeBorah’s blog and thought, “Hey, I know that little guy!” Yeah!!!
Very proud of him. His school marched as well, but we were a bit late and couldn’t find them!
I am probably too thin-skinned, but I would cry if I knew that people all over the world were marching against me and everything I stood for. He probably doesn’t even give it a second though. Sad!
must have been wonderful energy….
Very proud of everyone that marched against Trump globally! Lets hope the energy, the protests never stop!
we are awake…i imagine a kinder world Keith 😀 smiles hedy
This is what the administration was concerned with, on their first day. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/21/us/politics/trump-white-house-briefing-inauguration-crowd-size.html?smid=fb-share&_r=0
Its all about size! It’s the substance that the rest of us are concerned with.