This 2018 Women’s March was a call to vote, to run for office, to speak out, and never be silenced.
From the stage, newly-elected New Jersey Freeholder Ashley Bennett, a psychiatric emergency screener attending grad school, shared the story of how she had seen New Jersey Freeholder John Carman post a meme during last year’s Women’s March that read: “Will the women’s protest end in time for them to cook dinner?
The banner “Marching For Everything We Hold Dear” was held at one corner by Lynn Mc Mahill from Washington Heights who said, “I don’t know all the people holding the banner with me.
People just joined in to help and really, that’s what this is all about, people joining together.” Nina Kulkarni, with the League of Women Voters, was marching nearby with a speaker announcing that she could register voters on the spot.
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