I’m joining the march because I want to stand with women, women’s rights matter, Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ individuals, others who have disabilities, no individual is illegal, love is love, science is science and love/kindness is everything. Everyone deserves affordable and accessible health care. I want to stand with all of you fighting for the same and help to get all of our voices heard. We all matter and all of our voices deserve to be heard. Thank you to everyone who made this possible, thank to everyone who is marching and to everyone who made it possible for those that physically can’t march to be a part of this beautiful event that is filled when so many people that are standing with each other.
Biographical Statement: I was born three months early. I have Triplegic Spastic Cerebral Palsy, which is a movement disorder, that causes balance problems, tight muscles and the body doesn’t always listen to the brain, in my case. It affects everyone who has it differently. I also have a slight processing delay, math learning disability and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. I’m in college and want to be a counselor.
Photo Credit: Meagen Stevenson Photography