As a person with a disability, I am concerned with how a Trump presidency can negatively affect so many people. The hateful rhetoric from the campaign, the fear he has placed in so many people’s hearts and the grave concerns those with a disability/health issues have as it relates to health insurance coverage are enough…

Group of 55 marchers

Name: Christine Sarno-Doyle Why I Am Joining The March : I am joining the March because it’s important to me that I add my voice and my being to the message of equality. I’m 63 years old and I’ve lived through and overcome discrimination – from taking out a loan, buying a car, and in the workplace….

Trena Goggans

Why I Am Joining The March : I cannot march because I am very ill with POTS Syndrome. I am a feminist, bisexual, and disabled. I want the world to know that women are Rising Up and we will not quietly accept this attempt at setting us back. We are organizing and will be Acting.

Casey Campbell

Why I Am Joining The March : Why wouldn’t I? This stands for everything right and what needs to change. I will stand with all marching for what is good and right.

Judy Kavanagh

Why I Am Joining The March : I am a Canadian and former photojournalist and I want to much to join the Women’s March here in Ottawa (or in Washington) but spinal problems that make walking painful may keep me at home. I’m so glad to see this way of having our voices heard.

Paulette Callen

Why I Am Joining The March : I want to be counted as someone who is opposed to and disgusted by everything Trump stands for.

Geraldine Lloyd

Why I Am Joining The March : Because I’m not capable of the physical stamina required to march.


Why I Am Joining The March : Because everyone deserves justice, health care, and respect. Because this is the first time a protest has become accessible to me.