A family of four stands on a wooden bridge over a small stream with green grass and mountains in the background. Sam, the mother, has brown wavy hair. The father is wearing a hat and sunglasses. The children, ages 5 and 8, have blonde hair.


We are joining the disability march as our son has a diagnosis of autism and cannot handle the crowds, noise, and unpredictability involved in a gathering like this. Grateful for the opportunity to participate in this way! We, as a family, believe women’s rights are human rights and will be spending the morning of the march writing letters to our representatives and senators expressing this message. We march for family, we march for equality, we march for justice and human decency. The voices of the people will not be suppressed or denied!

I am a mother and speech language therapist in Colorado.

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