Shelley Davis

I was there to protest Kent State, I worked in support of gay rights in the 70s and worked to shine a light on our environment with the first Earth Day. My mobility issues keep me from participating in a March on January 20th. I march in support of all those bullied and all those…

Karen Koning

I’m marching for equal rights for ALL women. Even before becoming president, Donald Trump has put down, belittled, bullied, and disregarded the rights of every category of women I can think of. Trump’s policies will disproportionately effect women and we need to fight back! As a young woman, I’m also marching for the many many older women who came before me and fought for the rights I have…

Alanna Robles

My name is Alanna Robles. I’m 36 years old. I had brain surgery(in 2009, at 28 yrs. old), have a device (VNS-Vagus Nerve Stimulator) that requires my battery to be changed every so many years, and take 3 meds for Epilepsy(which I have had since I was 8 months old). I have been receiving SSI…

Theresa Rayburn

I am joining the march because as a disabled woman with type 2 diabetes, arthritis, autism, and also having learning disabilities, i want to stand up for those who would not have the great care from medical professionals to help them with problems like I have been able to. And also for continued access for…

Brandy Montgomery

I am joining the march to stand up for myself and my daughters. As a victim of sexual assault, it is something that should never be bragged about. Women are more than breasts and vaginas. Our girls deserve a better future than the one being painted for us by this incoming administration.

Amy L. Hayden

The Affordable Care Act marked the first time in recent memory that I was able to receive comprehensive care for all of my chronic illnesses without worrying how I would pay for the doctor, the physical therapist, or (more worrisome) my medication. The relief I’ve felt at having that burden is palpable. The thought of…

Nancy M Briscar

I March for my 10 year old daughter. I want her to feel safe, and not like she’s a second class citizen. I want there to be truth in my words when I tell her that she can be anything she wants to be when she grows up. I March in solidarity with my fellow…

Rhonda Frazier-Evans

As a lesbian and a disabled veteran, I can’t stand to see someone so disrespectful of others; someone so obviously out only for himself, and not for all Americans in our highest office.

Laurie Atwater

I marched in the March for Women’s Lives in ’86. That was before this horrible social anxiety got ahold of me. Now I can’t handle a crowd of 200 let alone 200,000. We must retain and expand our rights as women and honor and respect the holy in all human beings. I’m proud that my…