Stephanie Speranza

Stephanie, a woman in a leather jacket and glasses holds up a note that says "hope" with a smile
Stephanie, a woman in a leather jacket and glasses holds up a note that says “hope” with a smile

Because of my lupus and Hashimoto’s disease I knew I’d never manage physically marching, but I stand in solidarity with all those in this country who are fearful and anxious.

I march for woman and people of color, for lgbtq, for disabled rights, freedom of religion, freedom of press, freedom to choose.

But mostly I march for hope, that the people of this country and this world are good and strong, and we will overcome.

Yes we can.

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