Peggy Sears

  I am joining this march because I have family members who could be impacted by a number of potential changes in the new administration, i.e. repeal of the ACA, changes to Medicare, the hate being encouraged to minority groups.  I also believe that this man – I will NEVER call him my president –…

Lily Holcomb

  My name is Lily Holcomb and I am Marching to raise awareness about kids with special needs like me. My Mom has always told me I am a “World Changer” and that I can make a difference in this world with just my smile and the love in my eyes. I am Marching today…

Vicki-Marie Petrick

I join this march in solidarity with my fellow spoonies to protest the incoming losing president, to support women, reproductive rights, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of expression, and my lgbtqa family – we need each other now! Vicki-Marie is a proud graduate of New College of Florida, and Ph.D in history…

Melody Strahan

  I want to join the March on Washington because I’m worried about healthcare and income for my family and myself. I am a disabled mother due to a genetic condition I didn’t ask for. I am terrified that I won’t have access to healthcare soon, and that I won’t be able to support myself…

Lindy

I am marching for my wife, for my mother and her mother, for my goddaughters, for queer women, for Jewish women, for abuse and assault survivors, for women with PTSD, for women with chronic pain. I am marching to improve quality of life for the girls who come after us. I am a queer woman…

Alanna C.

  I’m joining this march because standing up for what’s right is important to me. I can’t join in person because of my disability, but I want to stand united with my fellow humans to show that this incoming government doesn’t speak for us, and that we will fight back with everything we’ve got for…

Rin

I’m marching to protect us all. Drumf’s decisions will result in the deaths of some of the most vulnerable members of our community. That’s unacceptable. People shouldn’t have to fear for their lives for being who they are. Everyone is affected by this so we all have to fight back. As much as I hate…

Kathy L. Parkhurst

As a disabled woman on medicare and having many LBQT friends I believe that the President elect id dangerous.  I want to show my support for all those that feel the same as I do. Blessing on us all.

Claude

I’m joining the march because I spent the afternoon with my elderly Muslim grandfather-an immigrant from Lebanon, Also, he didn’t try to r*pe me or commit any acts of terror during that time. Whoops! Guess immigrants and Muslims can’t be all that bad. I’m also marching for my girlfriend, because I’m not letting her live…

Em Poole

  I am joining this march because I am unable to be in D.C. for the Women’s March but would like to show my participation and support. I fear for our rights as well as our healthcare and education. In this time of misfortune and oppression, I would like show support for women and minorities so that…

Kim Ryser

I am joining the Disability March because if it were not for my chronic back condition I would be marching today.  I’m currently laid up in pain, though, so I have to cheer on those who are marching.  I’m deeply worried for all those that the election of this President and the policies of the…

Phoenix

  If I had the energy to be marching in the street I would be, but as you can see I don’t even have the energy to take a good picture. I oppose everything the new American regime stands for. I can’t do much of anything, living my life is hard, but I want to…