Viewpoints: Letters / Opinions
Women's March January 21st
By Mary L. Stephenson
November 29, 2016
With the popular vote, the Democratic party was left stunned to learn Hillary Clinton would not be President and the moral fiber of the nation is left in limo. A movement underway is the Million Women (Men and Children) March on January 21st in Washington DC. The many days after the elections, we took to the streets in a peaceful way, to unite as a populous and introduce ourselves to newly elected President Trump. We can lose our foothold on (individual and family) health, education, out-of-poverty, community safety, local economy needs and environment issues.
Feeling isolated living on an island, my lower 48 friends and family told me of the March in Washington. I went to one of many websites and copy/paste their message listed below. If you can not make it, I will meet you downtown at Pier 1 & 2 on January 21st. Ketchikan can keep mainstream with our presence – rain or shine!
Mary L. Stephenson
Explaining the Women's March on Washington
Received November 25, 2016
- Published November 29, 2016
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