Cindy Elton

I was appalled when PE Trump made fun of the disabled reporter at one of his rallies. It absolutely made me sick to my stomach. Then when I heard him say the things he did about women, I simply could not understand how anyone could vote for him. I would like for my voice to…

Morgyn Leri

I┬ádon’t want the generation coming up now to have to fight the same fight I did just to survive. I want those who have them, to be able to have their neurodivergence, their mental illnesses, and their invisible or visible disabilities acknowledged, accepted, and accommodated. I want them not to have those differences used to…

auntfoggy

I am a disabled nurse. I personally witnessed the positive change that the ACA made – and still live in hope for single-payer coverage for all citizens of this country like is available in other modern nations. I grew up in a time of optimism and hope, of a belief in the inevitable progress towards…

Lee Strickler

I am joining the march because DJT is not my president. He only cares about the rich. He has only appointed rich people without credentials to his cabinet. He has mocked and denigrated both women and the disabled. As a disabled woman, I find him offensive and unfit to rule our country.

Sally Hoffman-May

I am joining the March for all the women and friends of women who marched before me, are marching today, and who will march in the future. I am marching for all the wonderful students with disabilities I had the pleasure of teaching for 35 years. I am marching to support health care for everyone…

Lindsey Linsenbigler

I am joining the march because as a member of the LGBT community, and a cis woman, I believe it is important to stand up for our rights. I think all people regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, immigrant status, or any other factor, should be able to have equal rights. I refuse to…

Kella Hanna-Wayne

I knew I had to participate in the March in some way when I found out it was going to be one of the biggest protests in US history. The people in our country need to be as loud, vocal, and visible as possible about the fact that we do not support the oppression outlined…

Michelle Owings-Christian

I am joining because I want my voice to be heard. I am 3 weeks pre-op for a total hip replacement, and my hip joint is a fused mess. So being able to do this virtually is a godsend.

Laurie Atwater

Before I developed social anxiety disorder, I went on the March for Women’s Lives in 1986. I felt it was a crucial action at a crucial time. I feel even more strongly now, about this March. But I cannot handle being in a crowd of 200 people, let alone 200,000. This anxiety is truly debilitating,…