By the time I finally make it around to this post, my previous, emotionally fueled sentiments have diminished. But this doesn’t negate the fact that the Women’s March on Denver marked the most powerful demonstration I’ve ever been apart of. And I’m grateful I secured a ride downtown the day before with Nick and Regina. We left at 6:30 in the morning, parked at 7:30 and had over an hour to walk to the march from the parking garage. Not only did we manage to avoid traffic coming in, leaving Denver was a breeze as well. Plus I thoroughly enjoyed meeting Nick’s friends and connecting with other allies in the community.

I could go on and on about the people we met, the signs we read and the sounds of chilling chants, but I’ll just post my pics and videos and leave it at that. Scroll towards the bottom for additional articles in support of the Women’s March across the country.

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Rise n shine

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Just happy to be here

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These costumes were huge, creepy and impressive.

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Videos from The March:

 

A few articles worth reading:

http://thelala.com/women-support-womens-march-washington/

https://www.theodysseyonline.com/what-are-they-even-marching-for

And last but not least, this poem is everything.