Cameron Z

I march for women’s and disability rights because real men respect all people. I march for my former social work clients with disabilities who are unable to march. I march because healthcare is a right. I march because we are stronger together. I march because I love my wife. For more on why I march,…

Roxie Robles

Hello, I am Roxie (49) from Tucson, AZ.  I so wish to be physically and financially able to join the March for Women and those of us living with chronic illness and disabilities. I am  proud and thankful for these organizers, those who are walking for all of us, and  so very grateful for giving…

Teresa Z

I am marching because disability and women’s rights are civil rights. I am marching because healthcare is a right, not a privilege. I am marching because women and people with disabilities deserve respect and inclusion. Living with autoimmune Sjogren’s Syndrome, probable MS and restrictive lung disease.

Dr. Allener M. Baker-Rogers aka Sissy Rogers

My disability has destroyed nerves, joints and muscles throughout my body, but my mind is strong and clear. I am a black female Feminist and community activist, and I love my dreadlocks! I am joining the March because it’s the only thing to do, and the right movement in a pivotal time in women’s history….

Karen Isaacson

I have Asperger’s Syndrome (autism), and ‘march’ for those on the spectrum that haven’t yet found their voices. Found out when I was 60 (I’m 62) I have autism, which explained all the weirdness in my life.  I embrace my disability; I think of it as my superpower and it’s an integral part of who…

Anna Renee Hunter

I’m joining the disability march because I suffer from arthritis in my back and from social anxiety. Not only can I not march physically, it brings me too much stress to be in crowds. I care deeply about equality. I support love, not hate. I believe that the earth deserves to be treated as an…

Julz and her beautiful Mutti

I am joining the Disability March because I’m unable to march and feel strongly that women must be better represented. Additionally, my wonderful, one-of-a-kind mother passed away from cancer in 2014. I miss her every single day, but she was a strong, independent woman who I greatly respected and I want to honor her by…

Jade Head

I am a chronically ill 18 year old currently studying writing and film at Portland State University. Ever since I became a teenager I have had to fight my way through Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and other undiagnosed disorders for an education. I am joining the digital Women’s Disability March because of what I…

Shannon Banks

I’m a SAHM of 4 kids ages 24 to 6 living in NW Georgia. I wish I could join the amazing ladies of the march!  I suffer from severe, medication resistant Fibromyalgia as well as Raynaud’s, Osteoarthritis and Connective Tissue Disease and because of this, I am unable to walk for very long.  I am…

McKenna Giovingo

I’m McKenna, a 22 year old graduate student. I have a bachelor’s degree in music focusing on vocal performance in opera and musical theatre. I teach music, dance, and acting at a youth theatre center and work as an archivist and secretary at a local law firm. I had every intention of driving to New…

Anonymous

I march for my little girl who deserves to grow up in an America where she is equal, treated with dignity, free from the fear of sexual assault, and free to believe the American dream that even SHE can be president of these United States. I march because I no longer know how to look…