MS John

I’ve have MS for 20yrs and fully disabled for 15yrs. Currently i am bed ridden which certainly prevents me from being there. The thing that sets me apart from most others is that “I have had enough”. To me, having Trump in the Whitehouse only adds to my negative view of the future. As you…

Laura Cole

I’m marching for: & people of color, immigrants, and undocumented citizens, who are called “illegal” (as if a person could ever be illegal), who are threatened and profiled and are told to “go back to ___” (even if they were born on American soil); & veterans, whose well-being is ignored, whose health care and other…

Rachel Linquist

I am so grateful that this opportunity to participate exists! So often as disabled and chronically ill people, we already feel powerless. Being unable to participate in my city’s Women’s March made me feel even more powerless, as I am unable to walk for long distances or stand for long due to fatigue and pain…

Francesca Antonaci

I am a domestic violence and sexual assault survivor. I also have fibromyalgia, degenerative arthritis, and PTSD. My pain and anxiety will not allow me to march, but I want to express my solidarity as a bisexual woman, mother, wife of a Latino immigrant, and generally compassionate human being. I do not want our rights…

Emma Surber

A white woman is holding one hand over her nose and mouth. She has a medical port and jewelry on her hand.   I, Emma Surber, am joining this protest from my bed. Where is spend the majority of my time. I have multiple disabilities and am unable to physically participate. I would not be…

Sara

I am marching to represent the interests of my class, for and with my Disabled peers, and in solidarity with all human beings who care about Justice, Peace, Love, Equity, Parity and true Security. I’m marching because The D-Word is never brought up or even mentioned in electoral politics or really anywhere unless we Disabled…

Tim and Michelle Cook

My husband and I (Tim and Michelle Cook) would like to participate in the sister match here in Atlanta, but he’s unable to walk very far due to multiple surgeries and physical ailments. I don’t want to go without him, so this allows us to stand together against hatred, bigotry, mysogeny, nativism, isolationism, greed, ignorance,…

Tema Krempley

  I want to join because I believe in equal protection under the law and the right to live your life free of fear. My community, family, co-workers and students are terrified that they will suffer from discrimination, loss of rights, and loss of protection.  I have never felt more grief after an election, nor…