Marching in Spirit for Equality

I was unable to attend the march, but it still meant a lot to me! I am a young, white woman, who has not had that bad of a life. I marched in spirit for those who have not had the fortunate life I have. While I may not have health insurance and I may be middle class, I am still better off than so many other women are. I don’t have to deal with not receiving services because of the color of my skin or the income that I make. Those who do not have fortune like many of us are the reasons we need to march! I do however fight everyday to bring education, prevention, and intervention to those who have been affected by Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. We must protect women’s rights and keep fighting for more equality!

My Voice is Important. I Will Not Quietly Allow Our Rights to be Stripped Away.

I marched because ALL women’s rights are important. Trump plans to overturn the Affordable Care Act which threatens Planned Parenthood, availability to birth control, safe abortions, and inclusive sex education. I marched because I wanted white women to see that ALL women matter, not just them–and also to help them realize that Trump and his appointees don’t care about them. My voice is important and I will NOT quietly allow my rights to be stripped away, nor will I stand by while other people’s rights are being stripped away–especially not by an angry, fearful man.

I care

I wanted to make sure that my white privilege wasn’t masking the fact THAT I CARE. I care about minorities. I care about lower income families. I care about a women’s right to make decisions regarding her health care. I care that our current President has lashed out and said hateful things to certain groups of people and I want those groups of people to know THAT I CARE.