March 30, 2018
No question about it. Women’s March 2.0 brought the kind of fierce energy, joyful civic participation and positive activism to the forefront that we all hoped it would. Tens of thousands of people took their hopes, dreams, partners, parents, and children to the streets to show the world that the repeated attacks on women and our democracy, coming directly from the White House, will not be tolerated.
When the sun came up on Sunday, January 21st, after all the signs and buttons had been put away and pink hats removed, we didn’t just look in the mirror and wonder, “What now?” Nope. We continued to march with resolve toward our elected positions of the future.