In a town of roughly 7,000 people, we had approximately 500 show up for our Woman's March. I believe there were more this year than last. It was great to walk with like minded people in solidarity. Although it was not in a big city, I felt we were making an statement. As one speaker pointed out, sometimes it is braver to march in a small town where you lose the ability to be anonymous. We were not invisible, we were seen by many. Some cheered and waved, some were not as kind. I, as well as many, will continue to march until we have achieved change.
Photos taken from a drone
A group of kids made pins and were handing them out.