Laurel R. Jones

  I believe that Donald Trump is a racist, mysogynist, narcissistic demagogue with no respect for anyone but himself. He is likely to be a terrible president, making decisions seriously detrimental to this country. Visit my Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/laurelrjones.

Diana-Ashley Krach

I’m joining the march because I believe everyone should have access to protest and because it’s the only way I can be involved at the moment. Due to my autoimmune diseases, my health is making it physically impossible to be there in real life, but I want to show my support for equal rights. I also…

  I am a disabled queer cis woman, I follow no faith and I am a white West Indian by birth. Culturally I am drenched in Yoruba belief and I eat my vegetables ridiculously spicy. My family is made up of the one I built from my queer community, a queer cis Muslim woman of…

Taylor Beard

  I want to march because I’m a woman. Because I’m queer. Because I’m chronically ill. I want to march because this administration seems to detest all those things. They’re setting a dangerous precedent with their hateful rhetoric and threats to laws and programs that exist to protect the country including, and sometimes especially, people…

Peg Danek

Why am I joining the march? “Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights.” I am marching for women’s rights, disability rights, LBGTQ rights, immigrant rights, right to practice the religion of your choice, right to free speech and free assembly, POC rights, rights to access affordable healthcare, right to sex education…

Kelly Williams

While I can’t attend any of the marches due to an illness, I want to unite my voice with all of the other amazingly strong women out there who are fighting this war against misogyny, hate, oppression, discrimination, inequality and the threatened and very real loss of our dignity and rights as well as the…

Janet Drapalski

I’m disabled, so I’m marching for myself. I’m also marching for my daughter, whose spine looks like mine. I’m marching for my grand-daughters who are so little yet. And I’m marching for my future great grand-daughters because we all matter. Visit my Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/JanetGareeDrapalski.

  I think that a lot of people feel we are in a post-feminist culture– that women and men are treated equally. Sadly, this is just not so. I am marching because we continue to live in a culture that at the core truly does not treat men and women as equal, as evidenced throughout…

Emma Lipschutz

  I am joining my fellow women to stand together against those who try to bring us down. I stand with my fellow woman, no matter their age, race, ethnicity, religion, etc. I want to walk through the streets without fear of assault. I want to be able to choose what happens with my body….

Rachel

Since I was not able to attend the March in DC, I am joining virtually to stand up against the ableism, sexism, racism, homophobia, xenophobia, and other -isms that are being encouraged in this new administration. The rhetoric is personally attacking people I care deeply about and thousands of others who share the same identities….

Lisa Daxter

  I’m a 33-year-old living on disability. I maintain a memorial site to autistic homicide victims at http://autism-memorial.livejournal.com/ and volunteer for the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network. As an autistic person, I am endangered by this administration. I may lose services, lose my home, or even lose my life. I worry for my neighbors and friends. And…

Lila Smith 

I am joining the disability march because I am in currently in the hospital with pneumonia. Although I can’t talk right now, I’m aware that trump was inaugurated today and am disgusted. I am an 84-year-old Jewish woman who was born and raised in Los Angeles. My mother and her twin sister marched as suffragettes in…