Judith Kitzes

I have bipolar disorder fibromyalgia, and osteoarthritis. Crowds terrify me. As much as I want to be in the Los Angeles march, it is too much for me to handle. Thank you for creating a way for people like me to participate.

I march for human rights for all vulnerable groups:  women, Blacks, Latinos, Muslims, LGBT, senior citizens, people with disabilities. I march for clean air and water. I march for restoration of the Voting Rights Act. I march to protect the National Endowment for the Arts, and National Endowment for Humanities. I march for peace, equality, and unity.

Bio:  fine artist, Travel Agent, mom, grandmother to five kids. Political activist, from George McGovern through Hillary Clinton.


Judith Kitzes, a woman with short grey hair and desire to participate

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