Stephanie Saunders Lynch

I am joining the disability march (disabilitymarch.com) because I do not have the stamina to be physically present at any of the marches, but I have a strong conscience and spirit, and I wish to be counted, along with my sisters, and my brothers, who stand in opposition to those who would disrespect, discredit, exploit,…

Alicia Deadrick

I believe in love and equality. This means we should all have access to basic human rights, like health care and a say over our own bodies. I’d love to be out in support in Seattle, but my chronic stomach condition is flaring. Thank you for making this virtual march a reality! Inclusivity will get…

Anne Moore

I am joining the march because it matters. I receive Social Security and Medicare and am pretty much uninsurable due to pre-existing conditions. My daughter is thirteen and has many years ahead of her when reproductive issues will matter hugely and personally. Many of my friends also have disabilities and/or are not neurotypical, and quite…

Brandie

I can’t march because I’m recovering from a hysterectomy (due to breast cancer) But I wish I could donate my uterus to some male politicians because if they had one, I think health care options in this country would skyrocket!!! #LoveTrumpsHate #MyBodyMyChoice #HealthcareForAll

Cameron T. Whitley

My name is Cameron T. Whitley. I recently had a kidney transplant after years of suffering with kidney disease. Although I wanted to attend the march, I have a compromised immune system and cannot be in large crowds. I stand in solidarity with all those who are marching and unable to march today. Thank you…

Rose Bates-Summers

i’m joining the disability march so that i can support positive change for all my sisters which is also good for all living beings on this planet!  

Aimee

I am joining this march to show solidarity with others re: freedom of women to choose, spreading compassion and love around the world instead of hate, disagreement with many or most of Trump’s decisions. I am a retired teacher who organizes a meet up called “Vancouver Women Over 55” in Vancouver, BC, Canada. I have…

Jory

I am doing this in support of BOTH the disabilities march, and the womens march happening RIGHT NOW! I have a natural biased toward other individuals with disabilities seeing as I am paralyzed. Considering the current situation of our country, I felt obligated to participate in SOME way. As human beings, we have to be…

Ren Delutri

I was so upset that I had to sit out for the woman’s march,but there’s no way I could physically handle such a long day  due to my medical issues. It’s so great to know that those of us who can’t make it out to these marches are still able to participate and have our…

Margaret Arabella Kenney

I’m marching because I want to affirm that the true majority of this country’s citizens operate from a foundation of compassion, integrity, and good-will toward others. We work to create benevolent community, and support policies that promote inclusion, personal safety, dignity and justice for all.. I march because the current “leadership” in this country and…

Group of 8 Marchers

Erin: As a mother of 2 with chronic health problems, I join to fight for the rights of my fellow warriors. I join to fight for the rights of our LGBTQ brothers and sisters. I join to give my boys a future to look forward to. One day I will look back and know- without…

Ashley Clark

For myself, for my friends and loved ones, for every woman and every human worldwide who has suffered at the hands of inequality. Alone, we are incredible – together, we are unstoppable. Love for all of you out there, forever and always!