A Woman’s Place is Smack Dab in the Middle of a Revolution
In all 50 states and 40 nations people marched in solidarity for, well everyone’s human rights and against the new POTUS.
In Boulder the line to get on a bus went around the block, and it was only 6:00 am. Full busses, with people standing, left every 15 minutes. Thank you Colorado RTD!
The Women’s March on Denver began at 9:00 am, (I’m in there somewhere!) 40,000 signed up on line, over 100,000 showed up.
The energy, enthusiasm, and common frustration was evident throughout the day:
And then there were signs I couldn’t photograph:
SUPER, CALLOW, FRAGILE EGO TRUMP IS QUITE ATROCIOUS
WE SHALL (NOT) OVER COMB
TOUPEE OR NOT TO EQUAL PAY
NOW YOU’VE MADE GRANDMA MAD
DON’T IMPLY THAT I DON’T HAVE EQUAL RIGHTS
The speakers spoke to everyone in the crowd encouraging them to stay strong. They spoke for five minutes each and didn’t spare any words. There was music and dancing, and lots of standing and singing and believing in what we can accomplish when we all work together. Thank you organizers, speakers and all who attended.